Thanks. The real reason why I asked this question is this: I am a school teacher. In an election school teachers and bank employees are the first to get election duties - we are the ones who should conduct it. So the day before the election we go to this collection center to collect the polling materials. We then go to our polling station which will always be a school in that area, to set the polling station up. The law requires that we stay in that polling station that night. So we try to pass the night lying on a couple of benches, or on the floor. Then the next day after the election, we pack everything and go back to the place from where we received them the previous day. After handing everything over, we go back home
Actually there is a lot of pressure involved. There will be a lot of paperwork to do - forms to fill out, sign, covers to seal, etc. When we go back to return these items there will always be a heavy rush at the counters so that it will be nine or ten o'clock at night that we leave the place, pretty much exhausted.
But the most important reason why we dread election duty is that it won't always run very smooth. Because it is all about politics. Violence and instances of someone trying to cast somebody else's vote are not very rare.
So I was curious to know if anyone uses an internet voting system.