Barbara Simons, National Workshop on Internet Voting and SERVE (US Dept of Defense Internet Voting Project)
Gentry Lange, Director, The No Vote By Mail Project
Tonight on "Voice of the Voters!"
Starting at 8:00 PM ET Wednesday, April 30th
Heard on 1360 AM Greater Philadelphia & and on the Internet
As opposition to electronic voting grows, Vote By Mail and Internet Voting movements have arisen. Proponents tout the supposed convenience, reduced cost and increased voter turnout of these systems. Tonight's nationally renowned experts discuss the truth of these claims and put them in context: How do these systems measure up
in terms of security, accuracy and transparency? Tonight's show will explore:
--What advantages do these systems offer if any, compared to voting with your feet, on election day?
--What do we sacrifice when we depend on a postage stamp or a mouse click for our vote?
--Who is behind these alternative voting systems? The grassroots or private interests?
Join in this important hosted by Jim Strait, Mary Ann Gould and Lori Rosolowsky.
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Charles Corry, Ph.D., founder of the Equal Justice Foundation is a nationally known expert in Vote By Mail and author of "Why Mail Ballots Are A Bad Idea,"
Gentry Lange, an election integrity activist from Washington State, used to be a proponent of Vote By Mail. His experience with the system turned him into an outspoken opponent and he now runs The No Vote By
Mail Project, NoVBM.com.
Dr. Barbara Simons, an expert on electronic voting, was a member of the National Workshop on Internet Voting that was convened at the request of President Clinton and has participated on numerous commissions related to voting. She is a Fellow of the American Association for the
Advancement of Science and has received several prestigious computing and engineering awards.