VoteTrustUSA in the News
VoteTrustUSA successfully brought the election integrity issue to the attention of Kitty Pilgrim of CNN's Lou Dobbs Tonight program. Beginning with a story about the foreign ownership of Sequoia Voting systems, the issue of election integrity, security, auditability, verifiability and accountability is now a regular feature on the Dobbs' program, titling "Democracy for Sale." To view the first six segments of the series on our website please click here...
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· Organizing Lobby Days in Washington DC and in Congressional Districts in both 2005 and 2006, involving a total of more than 1,000 concerning citizens, in coalition with other national organizations.
· Holding two highly successful, 3-day Leadership Workshops in Washington DC for leaders of state and local election integrity organizations from across the country.
· Effectively connecting the leaders of the 50 state-based groups to continually communicate, strategize, and work together with their peers and VoteTrustUSA staff.
· Providing testimony to the Election Assistance Commission, the General Accounting Office, and the Commission on Federal Election Reform.
· Consulting to Senate and House offices in the preparation of election integrity legislation.
· Providing research, information and personal briefings to attorneys taking legal action in states across the country
· Lobbying and providing educational and informational materials to nearly 300 members of the US House and Senate.
· Providing direct consultation, resource development and/or one-to-one assistance upon request to leaders of more than 40 of our state-based groups.
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