The Pros And Cons Of Voting In The United States

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In todays day and age, their are many new technologies being created everyday. one of those somewhat new , modern advancements in technology is electronic voting machines. Nowadays their is so many new forms of technology in this world. When it comes to voting, it is hard to tell which methods are best to go by. One method of voting, which has been around for a long time in our voting system, more commonly know in the United States than the newer, more technologic electronic voting machines are the older, paper voting ballots. The other method in the United states voting system is the newer, supposedly more efficient and safer electronic voting machines. Now that the electronic voting machines have been introduced, it has sparked much debate …show more content…
Some of them may make claims that the paper method has been around for much longer which makes it more easily to know and trust, but whos to say that this new electronic method isn't better than the paper voting method, you just have to give it time and research . In my opinion,nothing will advance if you don't take chances and try something with a high possibly of being more efficient and easier in the long run.There may even be some articles written about how they were able to hack into the electronic voting machines, but has it happend on a full scale basis yet? just because it's possible doesn't mean it's going to happen. Also who's to say that paper ballots can't be tampered with behind the scenes when no one is looking? Yeah people may say electronic voting machines are more costly, but as technology over time increases and they may cost more at first, over time they'll save the enviroment by using no paper and costs are sure to come down just like with any technolgy over time. So while there may be a few downsides to electronic voiting machines, I still personally think that the pros of the electronic voting machine defintely outweigh the cons when it comes to the battle between both methods of voting in the United States. That is just my opinion , but hey, it's the United states of America and were entitled to our own outlooks and views in comparing these two forms of

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