Comment: we have the technology

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we have the technology

Standard technology for university lectures with several hundred students in an auditorium is to pass out clickers to take polls. The results can be displayed on a screen at the front of the classroom, including specific votes from specific people if wanted.

I think Occam's razor makes it painfully obvious why the RNC and DNC (and state conventions for that matter) refuse to use this available (and relatively cheap) technology. The people in charge would rather push through the results they want to see instead of actually tabulate the true results.

I cannot think of a single decent argument NOT to use these systems.