On Apr 15, 2004, at 8:58 PM, Ed Gerck wrote:

Currently, voter privacy is absolute in the US and does not depend
even on the will of the courts. For example,  there is no way for a
judge to assure that a voter under oath is telling the truth about how
they voted, or not.

For many years in the 90's there was (maybe still is) a resident of Cook County, Illinois, who refused to vote because she was the only voter in her precinct, and the precinct totals would consist purely of her vote. (She lived in a forest preserve. There's probably some latter-day Brothers Grimm tale in this.)

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