Video from 2008 court-ordered examination of the AVC Advantage voting machine
This video was prepared by expert witness Andrew Appel in 2008 for presentation to the Superior Court of New Jersey in the "New Jersey Voting-Machine Lawsuit",
Gusciora v. McGreevey. See this article for more information.
0:20 to 07:00 — Demonstration of normal polling-place set-up procedures for use of an AVC Advantage voting machine
07:00 to 09:40 — Demonstration of how voting works on an AVC Advantage
21:50 to 23:10 — At the end of election day, closing the polls and printing the results
27:00 to 28:34 — Transmission of vote totals via an electronic cartridge to the vote-aggregation computer
28:34 to 43:00 — Demonstration of AVC Advantage hacking.
First, run an election WITHOUT hacking, to demonstrate the procedures yielding expected results.
43:00 to 45:39 — Introduction to the hack.
45:39 to 54:22 — The AVC Advantage is hacked!
54:22 to 78:30 — Demonstration that the hacked voting machines steals votes from one candidate and gives them to another.