Voters in Western Australia who have poor literacy skills, are blind or sight impaired or are otherwise incapacitated will be able to vote online in the forthcoming state elections.
The iVote electronic voting system used at the recent New South Wales election has been described as one of the most significant changes seen in the electoral process in the last 100 years.
The issues and potential pitfalls of online voting will be canvassed by a leading US online voting expert at a lecture tonight ahead of this week’s New South Wales state election.
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