McClatchy DC: Georgia Primary – 670 Ballots in a Precinct with 276 Voters – A Call for Accountability

The article by , quoted in part below, shows the inherent weakness and vulnerability in an all electronic voting system, where no paper trail is involved, and there is zero ability to audit, resulting in zero accountability. The focus of this article is on Georgia, but similar voting systems were alleged culprits in Ohio in 2004, and have likely become the norm nationwide, particularly in states with large, multicultural, urban populations. Systems like these have been designed for deception, and sold around the country, by companies such as Diebold. They are designed to be hacked and manipulated, and by putting our faith in the unaccountable, political hacks in charge of the elections, the old adage that says,

“You know, comrades, that I think in regard to this: I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this — who will count the votes, and how.” – Joseph Stalin