Have the Philadelphia City Commissioners given up uniformity and fairness in exchange for a cash grant?
By J. Christian Adams
Christen Smith: Coalition says paper ballots key to preventing voter disenfranchisement in Pennsylvania
The letter recommends polling places keep enough paper ballots on hand in case the voting system falls victim to a cyberattack or malfunction. It also suggests 24/7 video monitoring and limits on internet connectivity to reduce avenues for hackers to tamper with machines.
By Christine Smith
Now here is the really scary part. In 2019 the federal government spent over $30,000 more per second then it took in by way of taxes. And the figures for fiscal 2020 are projected to be the same.