Avi Rubin tells it like it is

AVI RUBIN: ‘After Four Years of Study, I Now Believe that a DRE (touch-screen) with a VVPAT (paper-trail) is Not a Reasonable Voting System’
Johns Hopkins Professor, E-Voting Security Expert Goes on Record Against Electronic Ballots at Congressional Hearings on Election Integrity…
E-Voting expert, Johns Hopkins computer science and security professor, Avi Rubin, once again stated for the record, this time in his testimony before a House subcommittee hearing on “Ensuring the Integrity of Elections”, that Direct Recording Electronic (DRE, usually touch-screen) voting systems — with or without a paper trail — are “not reasonable” for use in a democracy.
His exact words: “[A]fter four years of studying the issue, I now believe that a DRE with a VVPAT is not a reasonable voting system. “
So between Rubin’s beliefs, and those of most every other computer scientist I’ve heard from, why do we (meaning Congress and their public-advocacy group supporters such as PFAW, Common Cause, MoveOn, VoteTrustUSA and others) continue to play this DRE game???…

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