In a college dorm, in a prison, in a marriage
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Jim Guinness lives in Marlborough, Massachusetts, where he teaches high-school math and performs music for contra dances. In his spare time he ponders the future of humanity and wonders how to make quadratic equations fun for fourteen-year-olds.
The unfortunate reality is that about 80 percent of the vote was either taken on or counted by computers that are programmed by private corporations, and these corporations say we have no business asking how they program their computers. These voting machines leave no paper trail. There’s no way to audit them. There’s no proof that if you push button A, the machine records A rather than B.