The Midterm ElectionsBy Baselinemag | Posted 2006-11-06 Print
Tuesday's midterm elections will test the power of technology. Will electronic voting systems measure up to expectations? Will blogs and other digital campaigning methods prove successful? Read on for the latest news and opinions from CIO Insight,
Tuesday's mid-term elections will test the power of technology. Will electronic voting systems measure up to expectations? Will blogs and other digital campaigning methods prove successful? Read on for the latest news and opinions from CIO Insight, Baseline and eWeek.
E-Voting, As it Takes Hold, Faces Big Risks
With midterm elections looming, some researchers add a Department of Defense plan to their list of concerns.
How the Web Polarized Politics
From CIO Insight: The Internet once promised a new era of communications and understanding across disparate cultures and beliefs. But Gerry McGovern, a web content expert, says it's only served to deepen the divide. Does the web encourage political polarization?
E-Voting: Will Your Vote Count?
From CIO Insight: The 2000 presidential election underscored the dire need for voting transformation. But six years later, a litany of problems remains. Can the government restore confidence in e-voting?
See Also: HAVA Works, Says EAC Chairman
From eWeek: Deep-seated problems plague U.S. e-voting system upgrade.
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