Contest Directions: Design new voting machines or tools, show what glitches, hacks, and other surprises electronic voting machines may bring or show what could be done to solve these voting machine issues.
Started: 3/2/2004 00:00
Ended: 3/4/2004 14:00
This gallery only contains our top 16 selections from its parent contest Voting Machines. All 19 contest pictures can be viewed here.
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This contest is fueled by the following news: In towns and cities from California to Maryland, electronic voting machines made their debut. At the same time, election officials from coast to coast in the United States beefed up election related security in response to voters casting E-ballots for the first time ever. In fact, there have been reports of problems with newly introduced touch screen voting machines into offices of registrars of voters across the country. One polling place in Maryland switched over to paper ballots very early on. Some experts have maintained that they new high tech, touch screen voting machines are very easy to tamper with. Problems associated with high tech electronic voting in the 21st century truly seem abundant, according to elections officials across the United States.