The genesis of America’s corrupted computerized election system

By Jennifer Cohn @jennycohn1

  1. From 2002 until 2009, two voting machine vendors dominated United States elections: Diebold Election Systems (renamed “Premier in 2007) and Election Systems & Software (“ES&S”).
  2. By 2004, “Diebold control[led] about 50 percent of the electronic voting market…”
  3. In 2009, Wired reported that “ES&S systems were “present in 43 states and “‘utilized in counting approximately 50% of the votes in the last four major U.S. elections,’” according to the company’s website.”

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