Electronic Voting Systems should be banned. Voting on paper is the only way!
Many countries in the world have various forms of electronic voting systems. There is one thing security experts agree on: No electronic voting system in existence is guaranteed to be secure.
On the contrary, in most electronic systems serious flaws have been discovered, and the systems are vulnerable to attack, and vote rigging in numerous ways. Very little action is taken to improve this.
The best voting system would be pen and paper balotting. Some countries, like The Netherlands where I live, have thrashed electronic systems in favor of paper voting bills and manual counting. For a country of 17 million people it takes about 1 day for results to be available.
The only advantage of an electronic system is that results can be available sooner. But you give up the opportunity to reliably check whether the results have been tampered with.
With the upcoming mid-term elections in the US several very worrying reports on compromised systems and software have come to light. Little to no action has been taken to alleviate these. Some examples:
Some disinformation debunked:
On the solution side:
On this chart you can see which election systems are in place in your state (and whether you should take action to improve on them):