California-based Sequoia Voting Systems is one of the largest distributors of electronic voting systems in the country.
A few days ago they accidentally released SQL code for their voting databases, and according to Slashdot, the existence of the code seems to violate federal voting law:
“What was revealed was thousands of lines of MS-SQL source code” that seemly are intended to control or influence the outcome of an election.
So if you live in New York, California, or somewhere else where Sequoia’s machines are sold, your election day votes may not be going to the candidates you intend.
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