Ocean Springs A neighborhood commission saved $100,000 by allowing for encrypted voting for a neighborhood board election in Honolulu. The voting was from homes and offices. All reports indicated smooth sailing. Laws there forbid anything less than eyeball to eyeball identification in city and state elections. Change is coming though despite the high walls of the digital divide.
The next step needs to adding publically access computer access terminals (CAT) (ok, I’m making this up as I go along, but it makes sense, eh?). These could be hosted and maintained at schools, public libraries (where these still exist) and other public locations, as well as anywhere they private and individual interests are willing to host and maintain a voting CAT (much in