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Would e-Voting Work in the United States?

Three European countries will take important steps in the evolution of electronic voting in 2011. The Estonians will use e-voting during the general elections for the second time in a row, Swiss voters will continue debating on the matter and test e-voting in certain pilot cantons during their general elections, and Norway will, for the first time, conduct e-voting trials.

Do you think e-voting would be a good idea in local, state and national elections here in the United States?

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