FOR Internet Voting. Jill Zityniuk CIS 1055 Section #001. Internet Voting.
"Touch screens are the only system which allows a voter with a disability to cast a secret and independent vote...
The audio ballot and adaptive aids, such as sip and puff and jelly switches, make it possible for all of these citizens to cast a secret and independent ballot... Tens of millions of Americans can and will vote secretly and independently if, and only if, they use a touch screen voting machine."
-- Jim DicksonVice President, American Association of People with Disabilities Testimony before the U.S. Election Assistance CommissionMay 5, 2004
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As years pass, and technology evolves, more computers are being made available for almost everyone. Even if you do not have a home computer, local libraries have them, Internet cafes are starting to establish more, and most likely a friend or neighbor has one.