In Texas, the state's Supreme Court has been called in to rule whether paper ballots are necessary to guarantee voter accuracy. An advocacy group filed a suit which said electronic voting systems are in violation of the state law since they don't produce a paper trail of any kind. In New Jersey, a judge recently ordered more than 10,000 electronic voting machines to be re-evaluated.
"I usually get a flood of calls about them every two years," said Dr. Rebecca Mercuri, President and Chief Technology Officer of Notable Software, a computer forensics firm. Mercuri, who is vehemently opposed to electronic voting, is a noted expert on electronic voting machines, having studied them since the late 1980s"
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