Re: Ballot tear-off

From: Marty Schrader <marty_at_parsecsystemsinc_dot_com>
Date: Fri May 20 2005 - 10:51:01 CDT

David Mertz said:
> A voting system both CAN and SHOULD make the answer to that demand:
> "I have no way to prove to you how I voted, even if I want to do so."

That cuts both ways. As long as we are coming up with bizarre hypotheticals,
suppose my precinct votes unanimously for Candidate A, despite the fact that I
know I voted for Candidate B? How do I complain about that? After all, I have no
way to prove to you how I voted, even if I want to do so.

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