Tag Archives: Democracy

D.C.

When opponents of online voting want to back up their argument that voting online is “unsafe” and “unreliable”, they invariably point to the “experiment” of online voting in Washington, D.C in 2010. Meanwhile, when I want to back up my … Continue reading

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Center which? Let’s find out.

Center Left. Center Right. Ask any liberal and they will tell you that they believe the United States electorate is, for the most part, “center left”. This means that, if a concensus could be taken of the majority of Americans, … Continue reading

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“Ballotproof”

Well, I decided to base my first post here on what I watched on the first day and, whatever that story was, discuss the relevence of that story to online voting. I have been amazed how so many of the … Continue reading

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