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Electronic Voting

This is the process of voting using electronic machines, as opposed to paper ballots. In the U.S., electronic voting machines became popular in the wake of the 2000 presidential election but have since become controversial because some research shows – and many voters believe – they are susceptible to election fraud attempts.