Pa. Court Shuts Down Challenge To Electronic Voting

Law360, Philadelphia (August 29, 2012, 4:57 PM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania court on Wednesday refused to grant judgment in favor of a group of voters challenging the state’s allowance of certain electronic voting machines during elections, ruling the plaintiffs had failed to prove the machines didn't adequately provide paper records of votes.

The court rejected the voters’ summary judgment bid, which would have forced Secretary of the Commonwealth Carol Aichele to decertify the direct recording electronic voting systems used in Pennsylvania, ruling that the machines adequately complied with state laws that require permanent physical records...
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