The District of Columbia has obtained an agreement
from Sequoia Voting Systems to review a vast amount of information
about one of their voting machines, which somehow recorded
thousands of extra ballots during the September primaries.
Investigators assembled by the council will have access to the source
code and documents related to its creation, as well as blueprints for
the machine hardware.
Three recent revelations about electronic voting machines highlight the
maddening lack of security in paperless elections, and emphasize why paper ballot voting with robust post-election audits are a basic requirement for secure elections.