Hello from Vote Rescue Radio - Where Citizens Count, One Vote at a Time!
This Sunday, April 6th, from 2-4pm CDT, Karen Renick & I will be continuing our focus on Texas elections, and news about Hart InterCivic and the William Singer whistleblower lawsuit. We'll report on VoteRescue's appearance at the "Public Hearing" this past Thursday at the Texas Secretary of State's State Division of Elections office as they heard and videotaped our comments regarding the possible upcoming certification of Hart's software version 6.2.1. With a copy of the Singer lawsuit in hand, we were armed and loaded for bear at that hearing!
We'll also be talking more about (one of) the other lawsuits against the Texas Secretary of State's office and the Travis County Clerk Dana Debeauvoir filed in June 2006 by David Van Os, former candidate for Texas Attorney General; Nelson Linder, President of the NAACP in Austin; the NAACP; and citizen Sonya Sontana, in an attempt to stop the use of the Hart InterCivic E-Slate machines in Travis County. It alleges that various sections of the Texas Election Code and Texas State Constitution have been violated by the SoS' approval of the Hart Intercivic e-Slate (as well as, the Hart E-Scan and the Diebold and ES&S DREs and scanner systems although they are not a part of this lawsuit) for use by Texas voters.
It may be "just us" talking tomorrow, and we will have more time to take callers, something we haven't done enough of lately with all the interviews we squeeze in.
The show can be heard on the radio in the Austin area at 90.1 FM; is streaming live on www.wtprn.com (for "We the People Radio Network"), AND, can be heard OVER THE PHONE at 512/485-9010! All shows are archived at the above web site, usually within a couple of hours after 4pm CDT.
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Hope to "see" and hear you "On the Air" on Sunday!
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With thanks for your support,
Vickie and Karen
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