(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, October 7, 2010 Low-Tech Voting Gets "Thumbs Up"
With elections approaching,the IL Ballot Integrity
Project(IBIP)has this advice for voters:
1) Vote in person,not by mail.
2) Vote on election day, not earlier.
3) Vote on a paper ballot,not on a touch-screen voting machine.
"These three steps will help protect your ballot from loss, damage,
and alteration.The longer the delay between the casting of a ballot and the counting of it,the greater the chance of mishaps."
(5 comments) SHARE Monday, August 25, 2008 Hand-Counted Paper Ballots--on Steroids
Humboldt County, California, will henceforth publish exact images of the ballot cast in each of its elections. The images will be made available on the Internet, so that anyone can verify the vote counting and/or analyze voting patterns.
SHARE Thursday, August 21, 2008 Internet voting fatally flawed
The Chicago Tribune recently suggested that overseas troops should be allowed to vote via the Internet. But that ideas was deep-sixed by the Pentagon in 2004, after the concept was found to be riddled with terrifying vulnerabilities.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, January 11, 2008 The High-Tech Tide is Turning Towards Voter Empowerment
High technology in the hands of government has been making elections less secure, less reliable, and less transparent. The high technology that is now coming into the hand of the average citizen will change that.
SHARE Wednesday, January 2, 2008 Glenview (IL) Town Hall Meeting: How to "Fix" Our Elections Friday 1/4/08
Without fair elections,our reps have no incentive to address the pressing needs of the average citizen,other than sheer
survival--and sometimes not even that.
Without elections that are fair,we have not only "taxation without
representation,"but"government without accountability."Elections have always been problematic,not only in third-world nations,but also here.But now that electronic voting machines have taken over...
SHARE Tuesday, November 7, 2006 Illinois Residents: Did you encounter problems in the polling place today?
Let us know.Please post your report on our website,the "Illinois Election-Problems Clearinghouse,"
It will become a valuable contribution to the public record. When you post your report,it will immediately be published on the Internet,for access by all members of the public.No other service like this exists for metro Chicago.If you want to ensure that your personal report gets published...