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

By Beth Vorhees

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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