PETITION REQUESTING PAPER BALLOTS
CAN ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES BE TRUSTED?
David Earnhardt, Producer, Editor and Publisher of "Uncounted" Provides Additional Insights Into Election FraudSubmitted by MCHartley on Sun, 02/24/2008 - 21:47.
After the Ohio voting debacle, the Ohio Secretary of State called for Secretary of State Jennifer L. Brunner, ordered elimination of touch-screen machines for the November election from the 53 counties that still use them and installation of optical scan machines to provide a paper trail.
Nice to be back on your lists - haven't seen much of you since this new website began construction and the Arvada meetings. For those of you who know me, you know I support voter verified paper ballots, which we thought we had won, and tho many of you prefer only paper ballots (which I don't mind) or punch cards (which I find cumbersome, tamperable and passe).
A major problem with contemporary voting systems and existing "audits", e.g. in Colorado, is that the voting machines we use can't produce "auditable reports". This is discussed at