States rebut RNC complaints about e-voting systems

RNC says votes cast for Romney are credited to Obama; state officials say that's impossible

By , Computerworld |  IT Management, e-voting

Although Republicans are raising questions now, both sides have weighed in on the issue of e-voting this year. Democrats recently questioned the propriety of investment ties between a company run by one of Romneys sons and Hart Intercivic.

Hart Intercivic is a voting machine manufacturer whose systems are set to be used widely in several states next week.

Jaikumar Vijayan covers data security and privacy issues, financial services security and e-voting for Computerworld. Follow Jaikumar on Twitter at @jaivijayan, or subscribe to Jaikumar's RSS feed . His e-mail address is jvijayan@computerworld.com.

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