The Elections Department (ELD) is looking at using ballot-counting machines to tally votes after they have been sorted, The Straits Times has learnt. Paper ballots are currently manually counted by hand.
These stand-alone mechanical counting machines, which resemble the cash-counting machines used in banks, will not be networked or connected to the Internet, thus removing the risk of hackers interfering with the election process.
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