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One possible reason

Any electronic system could be rigged. Just because you clicked yes, doesn't mean that your vote counts for yes. There are so many others around you that you can't ask everyone how they voted to verify the count. Sounds like the primaries with the voting machines, doesn't it?

Oddly enough, since they'd be so easy to rig, I'm surprised that they DON'T use these. Diebold (or whatever they changed their name to) is probably working on something. Don't worry; the system won't be used until it can produce the desired votes according to the script...