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Mary Kiraly is a voting activist in Maryland.

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SHARE More Sharing        Thursday, November 2, 2006
Secrets, Secrets Everywhere and all the Board did Shrink (with apologies to Samuel Coleridge) It seems like months ago that secrets began to tumble from the Boards of Election in Maryland, and land simultaneously in the Washington Post and the Baltimore Sun, and then onto the national consciousness. So much has happened. But it has been less than two weeks since the first of three curious secrets appeared.
SHARE More Sharing        Friday, October 20, 2006
Has the Washington Post Missed the Boat...Again? Documents, schmocuments. Maryland is such a magical place. Every problem that has arisen around the election system has a Diebold solution, provided by Ms. Lamone. You may recall that Maryland had a wee bit of an election meltdown in the Primary, around the absence of smart cards. The smart cards are programmed by the Diebold E-Poll Books, to become the Voter Access Cards for the Diebold voting machines. When the smart ca
(3 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Friday, September 15, 2006
Two Words That Can Change the Course of an Election There are two words that can change the course of an election. We should be watching for them. When we hear them, usually beginning the September before an election, we will know that we are about to see a slumbering bureaucracy spring into action. The goal of that bureaucracy? To prevent a vast, non-existent conspiracy from committing voter fraud.
SHARE More Sharing        Monday, August 14, 2006
Arizona Resolution to be presented at Chicago Conference They are proposing that the Party establish an internet site, available to the Party organization down to the precinct level, that will record- and coordinate response to- incidents of vote suppression and election fraud. It will also have a strong education component to prepare Democrats for election monitoring, poll watching, etc.

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