“California has a lemon law which protects consumers if they buy an automobile that doesn’t work. So far, electronic voting in California is a lemon. It needs to be fixed,” said Sen. Ross Johnson, R-Irvine.
Electronic voting machines have been controversial almost since their invention. Some computer scientists say the systems leave elections vulnerable to hackers, while other critics say that because most electronic voting terminals do not produce paper records, there’s no way to ensure accurate recounts.
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