Ireland has faith in touch-screen voting machines despite concerns in other states

By Beth Vorhees

bvorhees@wvpubcast.org

Secretary of State Betty Irelands is standing firm in her support of electronic voting machines, despite security concerns raised by other states. Thirty-four counties in West Virginia use Electronic Systems and Software’s iVotronic touch-screen machines. Researches in Ohio and Colorado found they can be corrupted with magnets, sophisticated cell phones and other similar hand-held devices. Ireland spoke to Beth Vorhees during Friday’s West Virginia Morning.

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