Internet Voting: How Awesome?

by John Sides on March 12, 2012

in Campaigns and elections,IT and politics

But I suspect that most political scientists start these conversations the same way: the main barrier to participation in the United States is not technological, its attitudinal.  As long as most Americans don’t find politics and elections central to their daily lives, then even the simplest, most innovative, most socially networked elections system will not result in that much of a boost in participation.

Political scientist Paul Gronke, at the Election Updates blog.

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