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The electronic voting machines known as Direct Recording Electronic (DRE), that are used in many states in the US have been shown to contain security vulnerabilities [16, 9, 3] . One of the problems is that the elections held on these machines cannot be independently audited. In this paper we address this issue by designing a new all-electronic independent audit framework for DRE voting systems. Our framework leverages system virtualization concepts and image recognition techniques to maintaindoi:10.1145/1315245.1315278 dblp:conf/ccs/GareraR07 fatcat:3soqbkaaanbodivl2dcdnbzrmi