Monday, November 1, 2010
In Humboldt County Ca., we use paper ballots fed into a machine that some locals have made verifiable.
In their doing so, they found a flaw in Diebold scanners that we still use today because they know what the problem is here and found a way to fix it. No so for many other counties voting in this election.
There are still counties all over the state that use touch screens with no way to verify or trace the votes because private companies own the source code that the machines use to count the votes and the companies say the source code is private corporate information.