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"An investigation into the surprisingly-sordid history of America’s election services industry has revealed that executives and owners of the two largest companies, E S & S and Sequoia Pacific, have been convicted of bribery and suborning public officials in more than a dozen states."
This project was created by Ariel J. Feldman, J. Alex Halderman, and Edward W. Felten, who write: "Anyone who has physical access to a voting machine, or to a memory card that will later be inserted into a machine, can install said malicious software using a simple method that takes as little as one minute. In practice, poll workers and others often have unsupervised access to the machines."
Even more frightening, you only have to access one machine. A computer virus can be implanted in only one machine and spread undetected.
Do we want to trust our elections to machines that can be hacked without a trace in less than one minute?
In the interest of fairness to 2 sides of a story, I offer this link -