E-Voting has the potential to change the political landscape in the United States.

What is e-voting?

E-voting is using using electronic means to record or count votes.
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Current Voting Processes

Voting right now is relatively easy.
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Pros & Cons

Electronic voting systems offer many advantages to the voting process compared to traditional voting measures. These systems can be implemented in a variety of ways or steps including set up, distribution, voting, collecting, or counting of the ballots. Disadvantages also exist as well as having the potential of computerized flaws and weaknesses.

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Traditional Voting Requirements

The requirements of a traditional voting system boils down to a few core tenets.
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E-Voting Requirements

Internet based E-Voting has a few more special cases to consider, and as such, it is more complex than the usual traditional requirements of voting.
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Implementation of E-Voting

Meeting the requirements of e-voting is a difficult task. Examine a basic implementation of e-voting and some potential criticisms of that system.
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Current E-Voting Systems

E-Voting is currently in use in several places throughout the US and the world to various degrees.
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