Diebold gets the boot from Maryland’s elections

Computerworld News reports Maryland House votes to oust Diebold machines. “Maryland’s House of Delegates voted 137-0 to replace the state’s Diebold voting machines, valued at $90 million, until the manufacturer adds the ability to create a paper trail of votes.” Good. Send a clear message to vendors: closed-source, unauditable vote counting is unacceptable.

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