Election officials turn to signature-verifying software in mail-in ballot surge

Posted by $ Olduglycarl 10 months, 1 week ago to Technology
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Surprised that these democrat states are concerned about the voting integrity.

Do you think automated signature verifying software a good thing?

"The software’s performance variability is visible in Colorado, where the technology approves about 40% of signatures in Republican-leaning Douglas County, 20% in Democratic Denver County, and 50% in the swing county of Larimer, Reuters found. Colorado law requires that staff review at least 2% of the software’s approvals."
SOURCE URL: https://wolfdaily.com/politics/election-officials-turn-to-signature-verifying-software-in-mail-in-ballot-surge/

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  • Posted by 25n56il4 10 months, 1 week ago
    Today was a first for me. Never have I received a mail-in ballot with political ads on it. I didn't even know who on the school board, city council, and all other elected officials in the county was a Republican or a Democrat. I never cared before.
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  • Posted by $ 10 months, 1 week ago
    I think, I'd trust it more than a democrat signature verifying system...and it is quicker.

    Had to laugh that someone actually wondered about the programs ability to detect minority signatures...had to be a demoncrap.
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