Polling Place conditions, reframing the issue

From: Edmund R. Kennedy <ekennedyx_at_yahoo_dot_com>
Date: Thu May 13 2004 - 12:16:31 CDT

Hello All:
I think we're taking an engineering approach to equipment security when we might want to consider more of a risk based approach, especially for the Mark I. How likely is the equipment going to be vandalized or sabotaged. Should we suggest that one or more redundant machines be on standby at a polling place? Worst case is great for structures and electrical wiring but it may not be a good approach for this sort of administrative question.
Thanks, Ed Kennedy

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