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M Todd Solomon We are in the middle of a revolution and although there are no guns bullets or bloodshed this revolution is still taking place It is a technological revolution and every person on this planet is participating whether they know it or not Technology is changing incredibly fast So fast in fact that we are scrambling to keep up with it Companies develop new products daily to help ease our lives and to make our every wish and desire appear instantaneously As a society we love it We crave it We cant get enough of it Of course the advent of the Internet has played a huge role in our hunger for technology Over half the homes in the United States are now connected to the World Wide Web a number which grows exponentially by the day As a society we have begun to use the Internet for many of the activities that are so common in our lives Activities such as shopping banking paying bills making travel arrangements communicating etc And companies are more than willing to accommodate our willingness to do so There are hundreds possibly thousands of websites devoted solely to helping us with these tasks So why are we as a society being stubborn when it comes to making some processes electronic or digital What I am referring to is the ongoing debate about digitizing the voting process In this paper I will argue that we need to establish a system which will make the voting process electronic To clarify when I say voting process I am speaking of this countrys system of gathering and tabulating votes I will explore the current methods of the voting process as well as making a comparison between the current process and several electronic systems which are currently being developed I will also look at some of the arguments from those who are opposed to making
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