"I think part of it is mistrust with technology. I think there is something very tangible about having a ballot that, one, interacts with, that is on paper. Electronic voting has many, many attributes, not the least of which, it's the most accurate really, in a lot of respects. But there is sometimes the question with the voter …where did my vote go? I touched the screen. It says it took it. But I didn't interact with it in the sense of a piece of paper, a tangible expression that I put into a ballot box or I put into a scanner. So I think it's part that. I think we're in a highly polarized political environment now where every small issue as it relates to the elections process can be inflated into a controversy." So…despite the advantages of accuracy…speedier recounts…and tabulation of results… there is no rush to change. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.