TUCSON -- Pima County Supervisors Richard Elias (D, Chair) and Ray Carroll (R) did the right thing today voting against the purchase of controversial and untrustworthy Diebold voting computers.
The rest of the board reportedly voted to buy the machines, but whether they would ever be used is still a question. Why buy them then?
These computers cannot be trusted to run fair elections. Way too many people can hack and change computer info, switching votes in places like Ohio, or Arizona.
Good job, Elias & Carroll voting to protect fair and accountable public voting in Pima County.