I'm all about saving paper and time, and that's why I think e-voting machines for next week's presidential election are the way to go. But, wait? What happens if they malfunction and thousands of votes get lost, or worse yet, they don't enter the system correctly? The following video is intended to show how e-voting machines work, with a local county clerk in West Virginia providing a demonstration. But instead, the the clerk encounters some problems with the machine as it doesn't select the proper candidate when entered. He blames it on the machine being out of calibration, and shrugs it off. Scary, scary indeed.