RE: Ballot publication problem

From: Marty Schrader <marty_at_parsecsystemsinc_dot_com>
Date: Sun May 22 2005 - 10:21:06 CDT

clintcurtis@clintcurtis.com said:
> If you make it a crime with substantial penalties (and actually
> enforce those penalties). Such instances of fraud are fairly easy
> to stop, especially if their are substantial rewards and
> protections for the whistleblowers.

Okay, then, we're back to discussing the merits of a PGP identified ballot
receipt. Remember, the idea here is that all the ballots are publicly viewable
through some election commission control mechanics, but only the individual
voter knows his own ballot's PGP. Everybody else just sees a big number.

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