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Joint Hearing - Voting Machines: Will the new standards and guidelines help prevent future problems?

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July 19, 2006 - Joint Hearing - House Science Committee and House Administration Committee -

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Voting Machines: Will the New Standards and Guidelines Help Prevent Future Problems?

Hearing Charter

Opening Statements
Chairman Boehlert
Chairmann Ehlers

Witness Testimony
Ms. Donetta Davidson
Dr. William Jeffrey
Ms. Mary Kiffmeyer
Ms. Linda Lamone
Mr. John Groh
Dr. David Wagner

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** MEDIA ADVISORY** JOINT HEARING TO EVALUATE VOTING MACHINE TECHNOLOGY - July 18, 2006

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E-mail: ca.voteraction@sbcglobal.net
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