Re: MORE Questions from election officials

From: Arthur Keller <arthur_at_kellers_dot_org>
Date: Tue May 04 2004 - 12:08:13 CDT

At 3:38 AM -0400 5/4/04, james_in_denver wrote:
>So is there an easy way around the dilemma of either

One.

>you can cast your
>vote, and review it later to make certain that the vote tabulation
>system is working and be susceptible to coercion, or

Two.

>you can vote
>anonymously and only be able to verify that your vote was tabulate, but
>not how it was tabulated? Which would be more important? Seems pretty
>situational to me?

We obviously handle case two.

Case one is handled because we support recounts of the paper ballot,
and we reconcile the computer records against the paper ballots
against the precinct voter counts. Doing the reconciliation in the
precinct helps and allowing inspection of the process is also useful.

Best regards,
Arthur

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