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Election Fraud in America: Don't worry about Paper Ballots--The Problem is Secret Procedures and Lack of Observers!

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Conclusion – What to do!

Citizens need to raise our voices and confront the ignorance and corruption that has resulted in the use DREs in our elections. It's time for all our public servants to know why DREs are wrong, with or without a paper trail, and to take a public position against continued use of DREs.

It's time for everyone to know about the history of election fraud in our country. It's not the paper ballots we have to worry about-it's secret procedures and lack of observers. It's time to tell our U.S. Representatives and U.S. Senators that the election reform bills in Congress are an outrage, and should be revised immediately.

Everyone concerned about our elections needs to stay informed by subscribing to the Daily Voting News from This includes activists concerned with other issues and all our public servants.

What to do? Know the issue, and raise our voices until we are heard!

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[1] Deliver the Vote, 2005, by Tracy Campbell, Carroll and Graf Publishers.

Election Administration in the United States, 1934, by Joseph P. Harris, Ph.D., available at

[2] Resources are available at

Analysis of HR 811,

Analysis of S1487, and

[3] See for example, Testimony of Doug Lewis of The Election Center, March 20, 2007

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I've been concerned about electronic voting fo... by Doug Dingus on Friday, Jun 29, 2007 at 10:02:58 AM