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Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
While organizations like People For The American Way, Common Cause, and Miami-Dade Election Reform Coalition argue that the continued use of DRE voting machines is necessary to support the foreign language speaking minority, they ignore that those machines may, in fact, serve to disenfranchise more voters from that community than they help. A new study from VotersUnite.Org proves that the undervote rate in minority communities in New Mexico plummeted when those communities changed from DRE to optical scan voting systems. // According to BradBlog; "California's new Secretary of State, Debra Bowen, has flatly rejected a request from Riverside County, CA County Supervisor Jeff Stone to participate in a "hack test" challenge originally proposed to Election Integrity Advocates in response to their concerns about security and accuracy for the county's electronic touch-screen voting machines." ...
NAtional: 2004 and 2006 New Mexico Canvass Data Shows Undervote Rates Plummet in Minority Precincts When Paper Ballots are Used LINK
NAtional: REPORT: Undervote Rate Plummets 85% in New Mexico's Native American Precincts after Statewide Switch from Touch-Screen Voting to Paper Ballots LINK
NAtional: EAC Research Finds Polling-Place ID Laws Reduce Minority Voter Turnout LINK
NAtional: Feinstein Calls for Probe Into E-voting Machines
Senator asks GAO to look at potential for DRE malfunctions, election fraud LINK
TX: Texas Bill Would Require Voting Machine Paper Trail LINK
TX: Matagorda County - Statewide election costly for county LINK
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