Foreign-made vote machines in new spotlight

Last year, a Scytl news release boasted the company’s “electronic pollbook solution recently achieved a significant milestone by eclipsing the 100th implementation in the United States.”

“This number continues to grow with many jurisdictions planning to implement electronic pollbook technology ahead of the 2014 election cycle,” continued the release.

The electronic pollbook reportedly allows U.S. election officials and poll workers to manage the electoral roll on Election Day in an efficient and convenient manner.

FK – If we’re gonna involve the net in voting we should make all votes public, require a receipt at the polling place that verifies our votes, forbid the mainstream newswhores from ‘reporting’ on the outcomes until noon the next day, then post all voters and their votes online for the world to see and for those with the time and inclination to verify against the cemetery residents and pets who’ve mysteriously developed the mobility to operate a voting machine.