Elections Online: Assessing Internet Voting in Light of the Arizona Democratic Primary
Rachel Gibson provides evidence for the main arguments made for and against Internet or I-voting. These range from normative criticism about the rise of “pushbutton” democracy to more optimistic expectations about increased participation and improved efficiency. The arguments are confronted with evidence from the 2000 Arizona Democratic primary election where I-voting was used as one method of ballot casting.
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