Testimony From House Hearing on E-Voting

by Sabrina I. Pacifici on July 21, 2004

House Committee on Government Reform’s Subcommittee on Technology, Information Policy, Inter-governmental Relations, and the Census hearing on “The Science of Electronic Voting Machine Technology: Accuracy, Reliability, and Security,” July 20, 2004.

  • Link to opening statement and testimony
  • “An estimated 50 million registered voters, representing nearly 30 percent of all voters, are expected to cast their votes using some type of electronic voting technology this November. The Subcommittee scheduled this oversight hearing to examine where we are today with the evolution of electronic voting technology, including the subject of access, utilization and the associated issues of reliability, ease of use, efficiency, accuracy, and security.”
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