State-Wide Elections, Optical Scan Voting Systems, and the Pursuit of Integrity

@article{Antonyan2009StateWideEO,
  title={State-Wide Elections, Optical Scan Voting Systems, and the Pursuit of Integrity},
  author={Tigran Antonyan and Seda Davtyan and Sotiris Kentros and Aggelos Kiayias and Laurent D. Michel and Nicolas C. Nicolaou and Alexander Russell and Alexander A. Shvartsman},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security},
  year={2009},
  volume={4},
  pages={597-610}
}
In recent years, two distinct electronic voting technologies have been introduced and extensively utilized in election procedures: direct recording electronic systems and optical scan (OS) systems. The latter are typically deemed safer, as they inherently provide a voter-verifiable paper trail that enables hand-counted audits and recounts that rely on direct voter input. For this reason, OS machines have been widely deployed in the United States. Despite the growing popularity of these machines… CONTINUE READING
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