Recent Examples of voting machine from the Web
In September, Virginia banned touchscreen voting machines in next week’s closely watched gubernatorial election because of security concerns.
Hackers penetrated an electronic poll book, used to check in voters at polling places, and a WinVote 2000 voting machine, although that machine wasn’t used in the 2016 election.
Hackers pulled apart voting machines and election computers at the three-day event, uncovering security bugs that organizers said could be exploited by people trying to manipulate election results.
While these studies’ main focus was often on voting machines, many of the same concerns about outdated hardware and software could be applied to state and county voter registration systems.
My man wrote: The voting machine conspiracies belong in same category as the Trump birther garbage.
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VOTING MACHINE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of voting machine for English Language Learners
: a machine that you use to cast a vote and that records and counts all of the votes made for each possible choice
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