Photos: E-voting gets touchy
by Bill Detwiler | July 18, 2006, 3:39pm PDT | Image 3 of 6
The almost-finished machine. In use, voters can carry out the voting processusing the touch screen, a "puff-sip" device, or by following audioprompts along with a keypad. AutoMark says the system should be in useby more than 30,000 precincts by November's elections, and sales willexceed $100 million this year.
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