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  1. It is we, Queen Maria de Medici of France! (clacke@social.heldscal.la)'s status on Wednesday, 04-Oct-2017 07:28:00 UTC It is we, Queen Maria de Medici of France! It is we, Queen Maria de Medici of France!
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    > Blockchain technology would ensure that everyone registered has exactly one vote, and that every vote is counted once.

    > No more lost ballots. No more tampering. No more miscounts and recounts. No more voter fraud.

    No more secrecy of vote.

    > Plus, blockchain voting can be cryptologically hashed to ensure secrecy, as well as provide an easy way for ANY candidate to be nominated.

    * insert handwaving argument here *

    > And compared to the cost of legions of human beings required to supervise and count votes, in addition to the logistical cost of printing and moving all that paper, a Blockchain vote is MUCH cheaper.

    There is one and only one way to do electronic voting that is relatively safe from manipulation. Free software voting machines that produce a paper trail.