In search of a silver ballot

Rosenwein, Rifka
June 2001
Inc.;Jun2001, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p29
Focuses on the efforts of several companies in taking advantage of the November 2000 election in the United States. Concept behind the online training implemented by the SMR Group Inc. for poll workers; Information on the technology created by Identicator Inc. which is aimed to prevent voter fraud; Changes made by Hart InterCivic to improve its voting machines. INSET: Jumping through hoops.


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