The ‘Campaign to Reclaim’ is based on new evidence (presented here in video) that exposes potential commercial fraud associated with the marketing and sale of defective voting systems throughout the country. Our goal with this campaign is to increase public awareness around these serious issues and to empower people to take action.
Through collaboration with Public Interest Pictures, we have produced several media tools to help you learn more about these issues and to assist you in engaging others. We encourage you to share this information with your friends, relatives and local election administrators to help develop new solutions, including recourse through litigation and a full Congressional investigation, to hold US voting systems companies accountable for potential breach of contract and ultimately, to protect your vote.
Here are ACTIONS you can take to address these critical issues:
STEP ONE: MEDIA TOOLS
| The Trouble With Touchscreens |
By Dan Rather Reports, #227, HDnet
| Leadership Dialogues Produced by Public Interest Pictures & Voter Action |
STEP TWO: SHOW YOUR SUPPORT
- Sign our Online Petition to Congress.
- Sign up to receive information and reports from Voter Action and Public Interest Pictures.
- Support this campaign.
STEP THREE: CREATE A DIALOGUE
Talk with the experts: Join the Voter Action Live Q&A Conference Call.
Talk directly to the experts and ask your own questions about voting system vendors and the allegations of consumer fraud. On the call will be John Bonifaz and Holly Jacobson, Directors of Voter Action; Ion Sancho, the Election Supervisor from Talahasse Florida; and Tom Courbat, from one of the oldest election protection organizations with extensive experience dealing with voting systems. The discussion will be moderated by Robert Carrillo Cohen, producer from the EMMY® Nominated HBO documentary, Hacking Democracy and director of PIP's Campaign for Election Protection.
(Be sure to watch "The Trouble with Touchscreens" and the other related campaign videos with your friends and colleagues before joining the call).
PUBLIC INTEREST PICTURES’ CAMPAIGN FOR ELECTION PROTECTION is a great, ongoing way for individuals and groups to make a difference. PIP is not just a documentary company. We're activists who make documentaries as an extension of our activism. Our current films include “Hacking Democracy”, “Unprecedented”, and “Unconstitutional”. Upcoming films include “Broadcast Blues” and “One Nation Under God”. Find out how we can produce media tools to support your efforts. For updates and information on Public Interest Pictures, documentary house parties and the ongoing Campaign for Election Protection: VISIT WWW.PIPDOCS.ORG
View press release for the Campaign for Election Protection