By Nadja A. Castillo
Center for People Empowewrment in Governance
(CenPEG) Project 3030
How are fraud allegations proven in an automated system voting? What are the evidences that can be used to substantiate such claims? In manual elections, it was easier to catch a person cheating or notice an intent to cheat. But in the automated elections, where the counting and canvassing of votes are mostly hidden from plain view, the burden of proof is on the complainant, and the unearthing evidence has proven to be much more challenging.
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