E-voting: In favor.
“While there is potential for fraud with electronic voting, it is increasingly the better option for society. All in all, electronic voting improves the voting experience - especially for many citizens who simply could not vote in the past. Moreover, the transition to e-voting is natural: with the rise of digital technology, paper ballots are increasingly antiquated. Most important, this technology is not only effective; it is safe! The challenge, therefore, is to provide reasonable safeguards so that voters may rest assured that their vote will count."
source: http://www.thetartan.org/2006/11/6/scitech/htw (Carnegie Mellon University)
source:The DRE Controversy: FAQs and Misperceptions, The Congressional Research Service (Library Of Congress)
In short, DREs are not to blame, but rather corruption of political machines, as well as people not knowing proper ballot procedure.
E-voting is essentially inevitable as we progress in an increasingly digital era. All new technology is bound to have some glitches. Rather than resorting to an outdated system, our energies should be focused on improving one that will subsequently provide multiple benefits for both voters and election officials alike!