"Instead of painful long queues of filling in ballot forms and
putting them in ballot boxes, Americans were ready to use open
source systems for voting. However, the real drawback was, there
wasn't any vendors out there that offer open source software and
"Open source systems are definitely cheaper, easier to manage
and less of a hassle compared to proprietary systems that could be
found in Australia, Canada, UK and other countries. Although a lot
of effort has been made to bring open source systems to happen, it
would be hardly working when most major vendors like Diebold,
ES&S, Sequoia and others are entrenched..."
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