Electronic Voting Machines In America

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Our country is changing everyday, many people may disagree with that statment, but it is not false. Part of change has to do with technology. Technology has become such a big rule in our lives that we now do almost everything on it. I think it is a great idea for us to use electronic voting machines.

Many people in America have disabilities, by using EMVs, it makes them being able to vote so much eaiser than not having EMVs. America is all about different people coming together and making something. With using electronic voting machines so many different people can vote. Half of the population in America is people with different ethnic back grounds. Going back to the people with disabilites, those who are visualy or audio imparied have

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