Elections

August 6, 2014 9:23 AM

On-line voting battle pits the blind vs. the blind

Maryland’s Board of Elections fell one vote short last month of the super-majority needed to inch the state toward on-line voting, despite cyber experts’ warnings that such balloting could easily be hacked, with votes even switched to other candidates.

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