The benefits of electronic voting are many. Votes count are measured in minutes rather than days and election results are known far sooner. There is also evidence to suggest a reduction in the informal vote count. But, as many of the strident opponents of electronic voting have contended, there are also negatives such as the alienation of some voters who distrust technology and the security of the votes once cast.
Obviously, India and Geneva have overcome these problems and are reaping the benefits of a more efficient voting system. Shouldn't we be following their lead?