election meltdowns in OH, PA, AK, WV, TX, TN, & MD


VotersUnite.Org Announces Support of the Let America Vote Act

WASHINGTON, Sept. 22 /U.S. Newswire/ — This primary election season has provided evidence that computerized voting systems are not ready for use in our elections. Election meltdowns in states including Ohio, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Arkansas, West Virginia, Texas, Tennessee, and last week in Maryland prove that emergency steps must be taken for the November election. When poll site voting machines fail there must be a viable option that will allow every legal voter to vote.

“It is unacceptable to turn legal voters away from the polls just because the voting machines are not set up, not set up correctly, or not working at all. It is also not alright to use provisional ballots instead of a ‘real’ ballot that will be counted just the same as an electronic ballot cast on a Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) voting machine. Emergency paper ballots must be in place in every polling place in the nation that uses DRE or touch-screen voting machines and those ballots must be used in the case of voting systems failure”, said John Gideon, executive director of VotersUnite.Org.

VotersUnite.Org fully supports the implementation of the “Let America Vote Act” as presented at http://www.bradblog.com/?p=3502 and calls on congressional leaders to do all they can to get this legislation through Congress and to the president for signature prior to Congress going on recess.

VotersUnite.Org is a national, non-partisan, non-profit organization that provides well-sourced information to those interested in voting machine issues.

This media release is available at: http://www.votersunite.org/takeaction/mediaLetAmericaVote.htm

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