I just endorsed the resolution on electronic voting at verifiedvoting.org. I also looked at my home state of Nevada's statements on electronic voting machines. They don't make it clear that the voter should have a chance to manually verify a permanent, auditable record of their vote.
I've sent an e-mail to the State Elections Division to ask them to clarify this matter. Since the e-mail address was on the state's web site, I'm not hopeful of getting a timely answer. We'll see.
(As a side note on my endorsement -- I endorsed the statement as an individual, not as a representative of eBay or the Omidyar Foundation. I made that clear in the comments field, and used a personal e-mail address. Should directors and officers of public companies be allowed to make public statements on issues of public policy without implicating their organizations?)