Millions of Americans depend on the Internet to pay bills, communicate with friends and family, share pictures of their loved ones, conduct business, and even order dinner from the convenience of their computer, smartphone, or tablet. It’s 2012 and many of us, myself included, take advantage of the convenience that technology and broadband Internet provides on a daily basis for routine tasks such as reading the news or handling our finances via online banking. One thing we aren’t doing online—voting. With the national presidential election already decided- the looming question is why aren’t we voting online? And if we could vote online, how many of us would?