West Virginia set to allow smartphone voting for those serving overseas | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

West Virginia set to allow smartphone voting for those serving overseas

West Virginia plans to allow voters serving overseas in the military to cast their midterm election ballots via a smartphone app this November.

The first-ever mobile phone voting app for federal elections uses a person’s registered photo from their government-issued identification and submits a video of their face, CNN reported Monday.

Voatz, the Boston-based company that developed the app the state, uses facial recognition software to compare the government ID with the selfie-style video to ensure it is the same person.

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And what happens if the phone's camera is pointed at a PHOTOGRAPH of someone whose vote is being stolen?

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