By Grant Gross
Nov. 24, 2016
"So far no actual evidence of voting computer hacking has been presented," Thomas said by email. The upcoming report gives "everyone a long holiday weekend to fret over what their data shows or doesn't show."
Still, the U.S. needs to fix voting security problems, and paper printers need to be added to more e-voting machines, Thomas added. In November, 15 states still used electronic voting machines without attached printers that can be used to audit the machines' internal results.
"Having doubt cast on the results, even if unfounded, can be detrimental to the future of our democracy," Thomas said.