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The primary argument against online elections is the risk of voter fraud. This is the same argument that is levied against other new voting laws or practices while also justifying.
A new online voting system in any state, and even more so nationally, could be prohibitively expensive if constructed poorly. There are several areas where municipalities have found an online.
Yes folks, no typo. The Edmonton, Canada 2012 Internet Voting Jellybean Color Election is open to anyone wishing to participate, including foreigners from the USA! Edmonton is the capital of Alberta.
Accessibility is paramount in establishing an online voting system. Next to accessibility, familiarity, and consequentially ease of use, are two of the most important factors to be considered when crafting.