It looks as if your VERIFIABILITY constraints allow pay-for-vote to
take place.  The voter V can show his audit number to ward-heeler W,
who can subsequently verify, together with poll-watcher P, that V
voted for Boss B.  The PRIVACY section does not seem strong enough to
prevent this.

Ten years in Chicago will damage anyone's faith in the system.  About
as much so as ten weeks in DC, I imagine.


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