Voting has evolved tremendously over the years, and emerging technologies have taken us from the days of printed paper ballots to paperless electronic formats. But every new technological innovation comes with a new set of security risks. Election tampering now has become a national concern, and in response, the industry has seen the return of a traditional solution - the printed paper ballot.
Paper ballots were used for the very first elections in America, and today they still prove to be one of the most secure options available for ensuring tamper-proof voting and vote verification. Print not only helps eliminate election and voting breaches but also provides paper back-up for accurate record keeping.