Wow, Someone Cares What We Think

Citizens! HERE is a notice from Wired with a link to the Election Assistance Commission's public comment website. For 120 days (better than nothing now), they want to know what you think of E-voting machines.

HERE is the direct link to the overview from the Commish Guidelines, with links at chapters and sub-chapters where one may leave a comment.

Aux Armes! Please take the time to check this out, and leave comments. And pass along to anyone you know who is interested in this issue.


they finally posted my comment:

E-voting machines in Ohio in 2004 were full of critical failures: 1200% turnout in certain districts, Bush winning by thousands of votes in precincts where only hundreds were registered, vote tallying servers mysteriously going offline for hours, the list goes on and on. How will the official record on all of the failures of 2004 become a part of this package and set the scope for what needs to be overcome? Why is it not important to investigate, understand, process, and litigate those failures so that a process such as this can be meaningful?

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