Monday, September 8, 2008

NPR spotlights electronic voting

NPR's "Science Friday" took a look at voting machine security and ballot design with guest Larry Norden, of the Brennan Center for Justice at New York University and project director for the Voting Technology Assessment Project. You can listen on-line here. We face a scary situation, and perhaps Mr. Norden might strike you as a little too calm, but the info is good.

With about 35% of us voting on hackable direct recording electronic machines in two months, please visit Election Defense Alliance's site to find out what you can do in the next 60 days to make sure all the votes are counted.

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