Do Voting Machines Contribute to Voter Fraud?

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Mar 9, 21

Paperless voting machines can be hacked.

Princeton University professor, Andrew Appel, exposed how paperless voting machines, similar to the ones used in New Jersey, can be hacked. The Trump campaign heavily cited his work to challenge the 2020 election results.

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Mar 9, 21

Blockchain technology can prevent voter fraud.

Blockchain, the exciting technology behind Bitcoin, can potentially prevent voter fraud. It is a decentralised digital ledger supported simultaneously by millions of nodes, making it nearly impossible to tamper. No fakes can be created with this.

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Mar 9, 21

Malicious recalibration of touchscreen technology makes it not just possible but easy for the voting process to be tampered with.

Ohio-based scientists have revealed that recalibration of the touchscreens used in the electoral process can allow votes cast for one candidate to be mapped to another.

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Mar 9, 21

The 2020 US election was the most secure in the nation’s history.

A group of federal, state, and local election officials claimed that the 2020 US election had no evidence of compromised voting systems. Furthermore, 92% of votes had a paper backup and could be audited which strengthened their claim.

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