Guest Blogged by John Gideon of VotersUnite.org
Since October of last year, The Coalition for Voting Integrity has been producing a radio show, "Voice of the Voters" - available on WNJC1360 AM and the Internet - devoted to the exploration not only of the impact of electronic voting but also the nature of Democracy and our role in it as American citizens.
The list of guests has been nothing short of astounding. From a Pulitzer-Prize winning historian to national experts on the issues and science behind electronic voting, every week has brought a wealth of information to the public. Mary Ann Gould has interviewed internationally known computer scientists and electronic voting experts, Dr. Avi Rubin, Dr. Dan Lopresti and Dr. Rebecca Mercuri. She's talked to polling expert Dr. Steven Freeman of UPENN. She got the latest news about pending electronic voting litigation, including some in Pennsylvania, from attorneys and voting experts John Bonifaz, Marian K. Schneider and Lowell Finley. She's talked to Congressmen Rush Holt (NJ-12) and Ron Paul (TX-14).
I highly recommend this weekly one-hour radio program. It airs on WNJC and on the Internet every Wednesday from 8PM to 9PM EST. Go to Coalition for Voting Integrity for more information on each week's program and to find the archives of previous programs....
NAtional: Get Up to Speed on Electronic Voting the Easy Way LINK
NAtional: If You Want REAL ELECTION AUDITS, Now is the Time to Ask for Them! LINK
CA: Election chief's standards could effectively end e-voting in state LINK
CA: E-voting may see an early demise
State's election chief threatens to ban practice if tough standards aren't met LINK
CA: Bowen to scrutinize security of electronic voting machines LINK
CA: Riverside County Hackin' Harri Hursti To Appear Before Panel In Riverside County, CA LINK
CA: Santa Cruz County - As We See It: Confusion over 2008 election process LINK
FL: FL-13 - GOP, seeking 'clarity,' holds up task force LINK
FL: Sarasota County - Focus on disputed election shifts to posters LINK
MA: Controversial voting machines get first use in the Andovers LINK
MA: Diebold Turns Massachusetts Courtroom into Alice-In-Wonderland Jester's Court LINK
MD: Paper Trail Of Votes Is Unlikely To Pass
Md. Budget Crunch Leaves Measure Without Funding LINK
NY: Suffolk County - Levy vetoes $1 million election board plan LINK
NY: Suffolk County - Levy's voter machine veto overriden LINK
WA: Lawmakers consider same-day voter registration proposal LINK
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