Advantages And Disadvantages Of E-Voting

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Electronic voting (also known as e-voting) is voting system using electronic system to cast and count votes. Electronic voting system includes different form such as punched card, optical scan voting system and direct recording electronic voting system. Some commonly used means of e-voting are : • e-voting which is physically supervised by representatives of governmental or independent electoral authorities (e.g. electronic voting machines located at polling stations); • remote e- voting where there is not monitoring of government authorises over the voter and voter caste it vote on its own personal influence (e.g. voting from computer, android phones, and means on in internet (also called i-voting). Generally people have the concept that the e-voting and i-voting is same thing but there is different between e-voting and i- voting. The term e- voting is basically used for the election voting system where voters comes to the polling station and cast their vote electronic and there data is maintained where as i-voting the any kind of voting which in done online via phone laptop or medium. E-voting for electorates has been in use since the 1960s. The first form of e-voting was punched card and it was first use in USA and 7 states of USA were shifted to this system of the president elections of 1964. Then optical scan voting was…show more content…
The voting of votes which be electronic done and time span will be reduced. The main and important factor and issued is rigging and fake votes. By implementation of rigging and fake votes will be fully eliminated. The chance of multiple votes will also be reduced and free and fair election will be

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