Some critics say it is used by GOP politicians who have strong ties with and interest in companies that manufacture these voting machines to attain selfish goals.
Next to it is the role some Republicans played in the Jack Abramof lobbying case.
Speculations from political pundits are that single moms who before now have had no interest in elections might turn out enmasse and change the result of the polls.
Both the GOPs and the liberals are not too sure of how the votes will turn out.
One, many American voters are not computer savvy and literate. So many of them have been voting the traditional way and are not quick to adapt to the new system.
Secondly, these voting machines return falsified or faulty glitches and punches resulting in dimpled votes.