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"Here are just some high tech companies trying to solve the problem:
Voting Equipment and Services Vendors
Safevote.com - "private AND secure Internet voting" Sequoia-Pacific Voting Equipment Election.com - "The Global Election Company" e-lection - "Combining election news, candidate information, pre-election polling, secure online voting, and instananeous election results" eBallot.net - "offering secure solutions for ballot creation, voting, and tabulation" Electoral Products - from the ACE Project Website VoteHere.net - "the secure internet voting company" Xtol - manufacturer of a "portable wireless keypad system that is used to ask multi-choice questions of groups of people in a variety of training, presentation, surveys and teaching situations" Global Election Systems - voting equipment and services vendor Fidlar & Chambers Co. - voting equipment and services vendor Election Systems & Software - voting equipment and services vendor Guardian Voting Systems ELECTronic 1242 Voting System - information about an electronic voting booth product Diversified Dynamics, Inc. - a company that produces "electronic voting systems" and "ballot software" Microvote - developers of electronic voting tabulation software and distributers of DRE units. TrueBallot, Inc. Democratic Governance Systems - information about electronic voting booth, vote-by-mail, and vote-by-phone products Worldwide Election Systems, Inc. Surveys International - manufactures a patented double-sided, full-face ballot DRE, available through most major systems integrators Millennium Technology Inc. - "specializes in state of the art, electronic voting systems which are custom designed for corporations and municipal governments" DRS Data & Research Services plc Reply Wireless Response Systems - "The Reply family of audience response/voting products is used for small and large group voting"
So i figure if one of these outfits wanted to do a radio jingle, they might consider adapting something by Chad and Jeremy.
twick that company does not appear to have much as of yet...certainly internet voting is the future but I see no short term stock buy in that part of this sector as they seem to all be privately held with votenow.net seemingly the best and most advanced internet voting company
So far my quick review shows gsm as the best play as they have a proven product in use by real electorate.....I believe most will not use internet voting for some time to come and will opt for a more traditional setup where people come to polling booths...this puts gsm in the right place......I might pick some of this stock up today but I just hate buying into such a spike....been burned there before.
levy, does IBM make any type of voting machine? In the Post Office today, had to sign for a certified letter...the machine I signed on was small, similiar to the one I referred to at the department stores...also FedEx and UPS use something similar.