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  • Ann Rea 1 comment collapsed Collapse Expand
    voters do not keep receipts they are saved for re counting or as a check on the electronic count. the voter verifies that the paper ballot(receipt) is correct but never touches it.
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  • Jeffrey McLellan 1 comment collapsed Collapse Expand
    The problem with printed receipts is the loss of anonymity in the voting process. There is a reason polling booths have curtains. So that a spouse can vote their own conscience without worrying about what their mate might think. Ditto for an employee and a boss. If there is a printed receipt, a boss could order his employees to give him a copy of their receipt and punish those that didn't vote the 'company line'. This is also a problem with mail-in ballots where, for example, a husband could force a wife to vote his way by reviewing the ballot before mailing.
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  • Phansigar 1 comment collapsed Collapse Expand
    How would having a receipt allow a voter to compare the receipt against published voting data?  About the only situation I can think of that would indicate fraud would be if someone voted for Clearince Figmout and the published data indicated that Clearince got zero votes.  Otherwise, how could an individual detect fraud if his/her receipt didn't reflect published vote aggregates?
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