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Agency report
Click and vote: citizenship on the internet

Extent: 16p., 140K. PDF 4.0
Description: Examines the potential for online voting
Date: June 18, 2001
Subject(s): Science and technology; Public administration; Voting
Creator(s): Minnesota Planning (Agency). Critical Issues Team
Contributor: Sandra Stalker
Publisher: Minnesota Planning (Agency); Minnesota Planning (Agency)
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As the electoral process continues to evolve, some are looking to the Internet to revolutionize voting. This report examines Internet voting and addresses the following questions:
1) Will Internet voting encourage greater participation by citizens?
2) Can a system of voting by Internet be fair, accurate and secure?
3) What developments in technology are necessary to implement Internet voting effectively and economically?

 

Document contents:

  • Convenience may increase voter turnout
  • Who is responsible for elections?
  • Internet voting the next stage in an evolutionary process
  • Internet voting should be introduced incrementally
  • Concerns about Internet voting are widespread
  • Vote online instead of in line
  • Internet voting trials abound
  • When will Internet voting become commonplace?
  • What does the public think?

Alternative resource record formats: XML | MARC record (for inclusion in library catalogs)

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