With much controversy over allegations that some touch screen voting machines in West Virginia and elsewhere are switching votes from one candidate to another, a county clerk tries to demonstrate how well the system works and ends up showing that even after recalibrating the machines, they still don’t work right:
Touch screen technology really isn’t that difficult. It’s been around forever. We’ve all used ATM machines with touch screens a thousand times and likely never seen a machine switch a $20 withdrawal to a $100 withdrawal. No bank would tolerate a touch screen that didn’t register accurate results; our voting machines should be at least that good.