Wednesday, September 15, 2004
Election Officer Calls for Ontario to Explore Web Voting
Ontario's chief election officer says the province should be open to new ideas such as web and telephone voting.
In a written review of last October's election John Hollins says the Ontario Election Act is stuck in an era of typewriters and stenographers and is a long way from addressing 21st-century society.
Hollins recommended that the province examine a variety of initiatives taking place globally, including voting through a cable box.