Bev Harris and the 2008 Black Box Voting Tool Kit
Tonight on "Voice of the Voters!"
Wednesday, May 28 -- Starting at 8:00 PM ET
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Tonight Bev Harris of BlackBoxVoting.org will join us as we continue
the discussion of the need for elections to be observable and observed.
> Why has a culture of "OOPS" permeated and been tolerated in the election industry, when it would not be acceptable for
> How can we raise the bar on election protection, not to "perfection" but to something that is "enough"?
> What is in the Black Box Voting 2008 Tool Kit? New Innovations?
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Bev Harris, founder and director of BlackBoxVoting.org and featured in the HBO documentary film Hacking Democracy, began writing on the subject of electronic voting in 2002 after she discovered that U.S. Senator Chuck Hagel had ownership in and had been CEO of the company
that built the machines which counted his own votes. Vanity Fair magazine credits Bev Harris with founding the movement to reform electronic voting. Time Magazine calls her book, Black Box Voting, "the bible" of electronic voting. The Boston Globe has referred to her as "the godmother" of the election reform movement.
Her facts check out. Her original investigative work has been featured frequently in The New York Times, the Washington Post, The Associated Press, Reuters, and on CBS, NBC, ABC, CNBC, MSNBC, CNN and Fox News,
and in many European media outlets.
After discovering that we have a voting system that has become divorced from the citizens it serves, Bev Harris founded a nonprofit group to help citizens fight back. The focus of Black Box Voting is to restore the ownership of elections to The People.