Tuesday, November 02, 2004
About 50 million Americans are expected to vote on the touchscreen machines on Nov. 2. Officials insist they have been tested, and can indeed be trusted.
"I'm not sure which is a greater concern -- that the machines will fail, or that they'll be rigged," Rubin said.
As a result of the controversy, record numbers of people are choosing to vote in advance, on paper ballots.
CTV.ca - October 14, 2004
E-voting vulnerable to attacks, fraud: expert
CTV News: Alan Fryer in West Palm Beach, Florida (Windows Media, 2:32)