- Feb 2010
- Sunny Bournemouth, Dorset
Unless it was a machine with remote access built in, which counted 60% of the votes...Did a little poking around. Appears you are incorrect. The answer is more like zero.
The "hacking of voting machines" that is sometime cited typically requires taking physical possession of the machine itself and breaking into it manually.
A major election software maker allowed remote access on its systems for years
Have they adapted? Who knows?