The head of the Indiana Democratic Party is calling on more election security, saying 60% of the counties face ballot issues because there is no appropriate paper trail.
Chairman John Zody is calling on Secretary of State Connie Lawson to replace voting machines with systems that generate paper trail ahead of 2018 election.
Zody says a paper trail makes it easier to audit ballots for possible tampering. In addition, he says Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen has called the inability to audit election results a ‘national security concern’ and cites Indiana as one of just a handful of states using voting systems that do not generate a voter-verifiable paper trail.
You can hear Zody in the Leon-Tailored Audio above. It runs about 15 minutes.