Via ACSBlog comes this disturbing story suggesting Ohio's e-voting machines may generate paper time-stamped paper trails that could enable election workers to determine who voted for which candidate.
Punchcards and scancards are scandalous creations: both retain finger prints for one thing.
Interestingly, nowhere in the constitution or its amendments does the matter of secret balloting appear.
How has secrecy become such dogma that we fail to question its origins or necessity?
I believe it's absolutely essential that we all have proof of who we voted for.