Ballots are cast using touch-screen voting machines that work like bank ATMs. After polls close, the voting data recorded by the machines at the stations are collected and counted electronically.
The system is already used in Europe, the United States and India. South Korea is planning to introduce the system for national elections. The initial heavy investment for adopting electronic voting pays off in sharply reduced costs and time involved in the traditional method of counting votes. Another benefit is that an election outcome becomes clear almost immediately after voting is over.
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