Arizona Vows To Stop Electronic Voting Machines, 4009

Bill Still

Stillreport: Arizona state legislators have passed out of committee a new resolution aimed at prohibiting computerized voting machines in federal elections.
The resolution demands that all voting machines used as the primary method of counting votes in a federal election meet Department of Defense standards, and according to this morning’s report by Emerald Robinson, none of them do. The resolution, called SCR 1037, also requires that all source code, log files and ballots must be publicly posted. Today, Arizona Senator Wendy Rogers posted this tweet early this morning:

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