JTN: “Virginia envisages moving Election Day electronic poll books online, despite alleged fraud risks”

“The Virginia Department of Elections (ELECT) plans to press ahead with a decision to move its electronic poll books online for Election Day in a future election, despite a range of risks with EPBs cited by critics, including technical malfunctions, decreased transparency, and partisan exploitation of unequal access to election data.

Electronic poll books caused many issues on Election Day in the New Jersey gubernatorial election this year, as polling locations across the state struggled to connect online with the state database.

In that state’s election, voters signed electronic poll books that were connected to the internet to verify their identity before casting their vote, as opposed to signing manual books like in previous years. ”


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