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U.Va. Scholar Traces Voting Technology Controversy to the 1890s

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'Mechanical voting machines score higher than electronic voting machines in just about every parameter' per Dr. Brian Pfaffenberger of the U.Va. School of Engineering and Applied Science. Thomas Jefferson, who founded U.Va., 'strongly believed that engineers need to be good citizens; today, the need is greater than ever, so it's important for science and engineering students to reflect on how technologies shape our democracy.'

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