Expert: Voting machines easily altered

Wednesday, January 28, 2009
BY ELISE YOUNG
NorthJersey.com
TRENTON BUREAU

A Princeton University professor demonstrated in court today how New Jersey’s most widely used voting machines can be opened with a screwdriver and their computer chips swapped by hand.

“The machines are large and heavy. They’re left in the polling places for a few days until a trucking company can pick them up,