Thunder Bay city Coun. Trevor Giertuga worries ballots could be bought if the city allowed municipal voting over the Internet and by telephone.
Canada: No online option
Giertuga said with online voting, a person could sell their vote and no one would know. One person could also cast votes for an entire household he added.
Canada: Bill before Commons would add advance polling days to federal elections
http://bit.ly/d7prNB The Manitoba MP, the Harper government's minister of state for democratic reform, introduced legislation in the House of Commons Monday to add two more advance voting days to national elections...
Fletcher suggested moving to a system of Internet voting would be risky, because the integrity of the system cannot be assured.
US/CT: Computer Glitch Pauses SGA Election(Central CT State University)
Students who were the first to vote in the Student Government Association elections on Monday morning were subject to a voting glitch that shut the system down. Student had to e-cast their ballots again after the system failure
Philippines: Protecting the vote
Everyone is agog with speculations about the failure of elections come May 10. The possible reasons for failure range from what some have termed an "electronic Garci,"
Philippines: STEPPING UP TO PROTECT OUR VOTES
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