So, Americans are beginning to vote over the internet in a big way:
Don't worry about it. Nothing could possibly go wrong. This cycle there will be about 3 million internet votes mixed into the system. That's just for starters. Your government "of the people, by the people, and for the people" has nothing to worry about with this.
The problems with computer voting machines have been discussed and debated. Many of the same problems apply to internet voting.
It's easy to hack.
The unanimous nature of voting can't be guaranteed.
It's another aspect of your privacy that goes into the crapper.
It is very easy for power-hungry, globalist fascist sorts to steal an election.