Definition Edit

A voting system refers to the people, processes, and technology associated with any specific method of casting and counting votes.

Overview Edit

The technology component of a voting system is the mechanical, electromechanical, or electronic equipment; software; firmware; documentation; and other components required for election management activities. This includes ballot layout, vote casting, tabulation, transmission of results, and management of voting systems.

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