Voting security advocates, computer scientists sound alarm over new R.I. voting law

Rob Rock, state elections director, with machines used at voting places around the state. PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Once a common office fixture, fax machines have been reduced to a rare, if novelty, relic. Unless, of course, you’re a military member or overseas resident who wants to vote in a Rhode Island election. The good, old-fashioned fax machine has long been the only alternative to sluggish snail mail for overseas and military voters…

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  1. Once again, John Marion and Common cause are demanding the use of Common Sense. It’s difficult for them to argue their case, however, against folks like McKee and Gorbea who consider common sense anathema.