Of course, any voting system with no safeguards against fraud would indeed be stupid as hell. But you'd have to have shockingly little faith in society to think you're the first person to realize that. Still, during the 2012 presidential election, Rubin's master plan was set in motion. She voted at her regular polling place, and then later that day, tried to vote again at a location in Las Vegas.
She must have been feeling good about herself, until the people working there conducted a records search. This routine check revealed Rubin had already voted in the election. Instead of going back home with the knowledge that the system does in fact work, Rubin went with Plan B. (Spoilers: Plan B was also stupid.)
Rubin confronted the poll workers, who refused her the chance to vote twice. They then sent her information to the county registrar's office. A few days later, Rubin got a visit from FBI agents, who arrested her for attempting to vote more than once. She ultimately took a plea deal, which involved 100 hours of community service and a fine of $2,481 to reimburse the cost of the investigation. She may have had to pay nearly $2,500, but surely it was worth it for the knowledge that our voting systems are secure. Congratulations, Roxanne! You did it!