So, how’s it going on the road? After stops in Seatlle, Mt. Rainier, Portland and Corvallis it is, in a word, "exhilarating," says director David Earhardt:
"From the swarm of people who come up to me and tell me 'Thanks for doing this documentary' to the long standing ovations at the end of the film and the invigorating 45-minute Q&A discussions that follow, traveling with UNCOUNTED has been an astonishing experience. But what’s best about this particular journey are the people..."
David Earnhardt on Jefferson Public Radio
- Wednesday, May 7, 8:20 am Pacific / 11:20 am Eastern - "J efferson Exchange" with host Keith Henty (Interview / call-in program ). Listen in Eugene on KRVM 1280AM, or live online at ijpr.org.
Final Northwest Screenings in Eugene and Salem
- EUGENE, OR
Bijou Arts Cinema
Wednesday, May 7, 2008 (ONE NIGHT ONLY - 2 SCREENINGS)
6:45pm & 9:00 pm
Sponsored by: Truth in Voting and Progressive Democrats of America
Q&A with filmmaker David Earnhardt and Truth in Voting's Marc Baber
- SALEM, OR
Thursday, May 8, 2008 (ONE NIGHT ONLY)
Sponosred by Salem Progressive Film Series
Q&A with filmmaker David Earnhardt and Marion County Clerk Bill Burgess
- You Can Lead a Nun to a Polling Place, But You Can’t Let Her Vote
Indiana's photo ID leads to the disenfranchisement of a 98-year-old nun. Nice.
- One million cancelled or altered - The Incredible Disappearing Indiana Voter Rolls
In April 2008 when Indiana Secretary of State Todd Rokita announced the release of "record high" voter registration rolls, with 4.3 million voters set to vote in the Tuesday May 6 primary, he didn't mention that a whopping 1,134,427 voter registrations have been cancelled.
Co-producer, "Uncounted: The New Math of American Elections"
To view the trailer of "Uncounted", go to: http://www.uncountedthemovie.com/trailer.html