More than that, he isn't the only professional who is opposed to this upcoming change in the way our elections are run. There are many computer security experts who believe secure Internet voting is a long way away, but their professional opinions are being overlooked by election officials and voting system companies who are pushing email, digital fax, and online voting platforms for military and oversea voters.
Susannah Goodman, a member of the Election Verification Network's volunteer leadership that has helped bring this issue to light, made a very compelling point: Internet banking systems, which have very high security systems, are "routinely hacked." Banks consider it a "cost of doing business and expect to lose money. Do we want to expect to lose ballots?"
I know I don't.
Source: Washington Times