Henry Vilas wrote:OK, I'll ask the constitutional question. If one can tell others how they vote (Free Speech and all that from the First Amendment), why is a visual representation that verifies one's words considered election fraud?
Same reason there are no paper print outs for many touchscreen voting machines...that is to say there is no reasoning for it.
It just is.
You must accept that United States election law is fluid and malleable. Quit wearing that tin foil hat.
Its not like we need to count AND verify the votes when we have
professionals like Kathy Nickolaus around.