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"Invisible Ballots" documentary to be shown in Evanston on April 1st

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Contact: Lori and Marc Chinitz: 847-675-4800

For Immediate Release:

Free Film Showing: "Invisible Ballots "

It 's 2006 you know if you 're vote 's been counted?

On Saturday, April 1, 7:30 PM, the Social Action Committee of the Jewish

Reconstructionist Congregation in Evanston will present a showing of the film,

Invisible Ballots: A Temptation for Electronic Vote Fraud. Members of the Illinois
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Ballot Integrity Project, a software engineer and a citizen activist will lead a discussion

following the film.

Tens of thousands of electronic voting machines using secret software are being

installed across the country as part of the Help America Vote Act. No matter what one 's

political affiliation is, becoming informed about electronic voting is incumbent upon
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every citizen who cherishes the belief that the future of the country lies with its voters.

When: Saturday, April 1, 2006, 7:30 PM

Where: JRC (Jewish Reconstructionist Congregation), 303 Dodge St., Evanston

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