Take the first step to fixing our voting system

The "Voter Confidence and Increased Accessibility Act of 2007" offered by Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ) would make a start on fixing some of the worst problems with electronic paperless voting machines. It would require that every voter get to see a real paper record of their vote, and ensure in case of any recount that the voter-verified paper record decides the outcome. The bill also outlaws the huge security risk of connecting voting machines to wireless internet connections.

These machines have lost votes and stalled elections for years; now, with a crucial national election looming, Congress might finally take the first step toward fixing them this week, if we speak up. Ask your Representative to pass the Holt Bill to repair our elections.


October 31, 2014

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