LETTERS TO THE EDITOR|
Electronic voting machine vulnerability unacceptable
To The Daily: I am writing about the electronic voting fraud going on now in the U.S.
I heard about this first on Fox News, then on CBS News and the CNN Internet news that the electronic voting machines can be hacked into.
A group of Stanford and Harvard students proved recently that the electronic voting machine can be hacked, meaning that elections can be rigged from local elections to major elections. The New Jersey governor asked everyone in his state to vote by absentee ballot.
I think that we all might want to do this or demand that we go back to paper ballots. It's just too easy for someone to hack into these machines and steal an election.
David W. Kelley
Reader appreciates church display of American flag
To The Daily: I salute the people of Decatur Baptist Church for flying the American Flag so proudly along Modaus Road.
Ronnie L. Latham