The other day we were treated with news of a hospital in Los Angeles that paid ransom to hackers who hijacked the hospital's computer system. Seems that hardly a week goes by that we don't hear about some newsworthy hack. It's only a matter of time when we don't consider it newsworthy any more, just routine. See The hacked Hollywood hospital is not alone — schools and clinics across the country are increasingly being hacked for ransom and Hospital Hack Spotlights How Medical Devices and Systems Are at Risk.
As the big league bloggers say, it's a feature not a bug.
Anyway, most local election commissioners went to electronic voting very loudly and proudly several years ago. It was fool proof, they said. But honestly, is it really? If some of the most secure government systems are capable of being hacked, then if it hasn't already happened, votes can disappear, appear, or change, and we may not learn about it until long after the wrong person has been sworn into office. That's progress.