The United States does not have an official policy for or against the use of voting kiosks, but they are used all over the country along with old-fashioned paper ballots. Brazil and India have switched to all-kiosk systems over the past few years.
Recent advancements in Brazil's standardized electronic voting machineS include biometric identification. Source: Brazil TSE
Delivering voting machines to locations in the Amazon rainforest can take up to two weeks by vehicle, boat and on foot, but votes are transmitted instantly via a secure satellite network. Source: Intel Free Press
Candidates' photos are displayed on the screens of Brazil's voting kiosks. Source: Brazil TSE (Flickr photo)