Well, it follows that the party that wants to extend constitutional rights to terrorists held in GITMO would want to have Internet voting from all over the world.
Members get a personal identification number from Everyone Counts Inc., the San Diego-based company running the online election. They can then use the number to log in and cast their ballots.
Why they are so concerned about primary voters when they tried to block Florida military votes in the 2000 Presidential election I really can't say..
As for security..
"The online system is incredibly secure: That was one of our biggest goals," said Lindsey Reynolds, executive director of Democrats Abroad. "And it does allow access to folks who ordinarily wouldn't get to participate."
What happens when they get a million votes with IP addresses Mexico??? China??
We've had no security breaches. We do constant monitoring," Steele said. Online voting "provides really a higher standard of security than is available in any other kind of system, including paper."
And the check's in the mail, the Beamer's paid for.....
Could we make that, "We've had no security breaches that we are aware of?"
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