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The truth: It won't matter if we get paper if White House appointees are put in
charge. They can end run it any time they want, in any number of ways.

A tool to help you make this point:

The Holt Bill, HR 811, permanently funds putting elections under four White
House appointees. It's a structural problem: Under White House control, the EAC
can end-run anything.

Do not forget that the very first act the EAC did in 2004 was to attempt to
authorize cancellation of elections in the event of a terrorist attack.

Something you can do about it: To send a HALT HOLT letter, click here:



Bev Harris is executive director of Black Box Voting, Inc. an advocacy group committed to restoring citizen oversight to elections.
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