Voting technology has become controversial–particularly after the 2020 election. There are 11 voting machine manufacturers in the U.S., according to the Election Assistance Commission. The companies offer a variety of products, including optical scanners, ballot marking devices and direct recording electronic systems.

Greg Miller is the co-founder and COO of the OSET Institute–a non-profit working to improve voter technology. According to Miller, the machines currently in use are vulnerable to hacking.


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