Voting machines don't have paper records either. And they have been around way before electronic voting. Sometimes paper ballots cause problems too. I'm sure we all remember the "hanging chad" debacle. E-voting machines are quicker and easier to use, but yes, they have problems too. At no point should we allow voting from home, as there are no controls over who is voting, etc. Texas uses paper ballots that are then scanned. I agree that is better for recounts, but not as easy to use than the old fashion mechanical voting booths.
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