Though cell phone tracking is a great technology, it still has a lot of limitations to it. You might not always be right using cell phone tracker for your own enjoyment. But in somber cases, like keeping an eye on your child, keeping a track of your employees or finding the truth about your spouse’s secret phone calls, cell phone tracking can come as a great help. You can turn into a detective next time you have any doubt on your child, spouse, or employees.
The bottom line is, cell phone tracking has both pros and cons. It is on the consumers to decide whether using cell phone tracking as a spying option is good or bad.
I don't see how this would cost much (get one of the State IT guy to figure it out).- watts1000
Obviously you're not in IT :)
The kind of solution you suggest, spanning HOW many polling places, most of which aren't wired for this type of connection, and you'd want a secure connection given the data involved... plus setting up a back end with the bandwidth and power to handle millions of requests in a short period, securely and reliably.... not only is that gonna need a lot more than "one state IT guy" it's gonna require:
A BUNCH of hardware that costs money
A BUNCH of training of all those HOW many poll workers to use it
A BUNCH of time by a bunch of IT guys to set everything up at HOW many sites each election?
A BUNCH of teams all over the state to go fix problems on election day that'd shut the polling place down until fixed
it's really, really, a lot more complex than "Just get one IT guy to do it!"
it's not just setting up a printer someplace.