Today, Look Ahead America released its analysis of Michigan’s latest voter integrity legislation, H.B. 4838.
From the report:
There are concerns that H.B. 4838 will create confusion among voters3 and that this bill serves no purpose because electronic poll books and voting systems purportedly do not connect to the Internet. Evidence documented by NBC News, however, shows voting systems connected to the Internet in many states, including Michigan, which indicates that such concerns indeed have merit and a factual basis. This bill therefore would address concerns of voters wishing to maintain integrity of their elections, and, even if redundant, makes in no uncertain terms clear that the machines may not connect to the Internet during the election.