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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.

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Here are ACTIONS you can take to address these critical issues: 

Step One: 

Step Two:

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Step Three:

 


 

STEP ONE: MEDIA TOOLS

The Trouble With Touchscreens

By Dan Rather Reports, #227, HDnet

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INTRODUCTION | 3 min
Voter Action's Legal Director, John Bonifaz, discusses the significance of "The Trouble with Touchscreens", from how this new evidence  may reveal commercial fraud, to how these defective voting machines may have altered the outcome of multiple elections.  

HIGHLIGHTS | 12 min
Edited highlights of the episode provide key details from the report showing evidence that at least one voting system vendor may have sold their equipment knowing that it was defective and another vendor may have deliberately altered the punch card ballots for the Florida 2000 election.

Full length | 1 hour
View the entire episode to learn in detail about the allegations of consumer fraud.  Features in depth reports from factory workers, plant managers, those involved in the testing procedures and other experts in the field furhter illuminate the serious and abysmal situation facing our country’s elections. 

   TRANSCRIPT | View a verbatim transcript of the episode.

Leadership Dialogues Produced by Public Interest Pictures & Voter Action  

 

Leadership Dialogues Part One    Video |  7 min

Election official, Ion Sancho joins with Voter Action's, John Bonifaz to discuss, from their perspectives, the means of recourse for voters and activists.  They specifically discuss the Campaign to Reclaim's outreach efforts to connect the citizenry with election officials and experts to explore possible legal remedies to address the alleged fraud in the sale of defective voting systems technology and equipment.

Leadership Dialogues Part Two    Audio |  13 min

This expert panel will give you the key information you need when you decide to approach your local election official with your concerns about the serious fraud allegations made by the Dan Rather Report and other election issues. 

Panel includes:  John Bonifaz of Voter Action; Ion Sancho, Supervisor of Elections in Leon County, FL; Tom Courbat, Executive Director of Save R Vote in Riverside, CA.

STEP TWO:  SHOW YOUR SUPPORT




STEP THREE: CREATE A DIALOGUE

Talk with the experts:  Join the Voter Action Live Q&A Conference Call.

Saturday, February 16th, 2008 at 4pm EST

Call (212) 812-2800 or toll free (888) 550-5602 & enter code 0154 3567

To submit questions online, log in here.

  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

 

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