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Call Your Congresspersons to Let Voters Choose Paper Ballots


Electronic Voting Machines Threaten to Destroy Democracy

Across the country, traditional voting machines are being replaced by electronic voting machines. These machines provide no way for the voter to know whether their vote was recorded accurately, and no way to verify that the vote will be counted. The software for electronic voting machines is proprietary, leaving no way to independently review accuracy. On top of that, the machines are easily hacked, as shown by a recent investigation at the Princeton University.

For further proof that electronic voting machines are bad news, look at the most recent primary elections where voters in states across the country were unable to vote because many machines failed to operate due to missing components. Whether through bureaucratic ineptness or bad intentions, electronic voting machines are another way our right to vote is being taken away from us.

Voters must have confidence that the vote they cast will be recorded accurately and counted. Implementing paper ballots over electronic voting machines goes a long way towards doing this.

Tell your Senator and US Rep. to support the “Confidence in Voting Act of 2006”, introduced by Senators Barbara Boxer (D) and Christopher Dodd (D); and by Rep. Rush Holt in the House. The “Confidence in Voting Act of 2006” will offer funding to states and counties who make ‘contingency paper ballots’ available to voters who choose them over electronic voting machines. These paper ballots will be counted as normal ballots, as instead of provisional ballots which must be vetted first to determine the accuracy of the voter’s registration

URGENT. It is crucial that you TAKE ACTION TODAY before Congress leaves in a few days for the election recess. Please ask your friends and family to help make sure our votes are counted accurately.

The Green Party brought you the Ohio Recount, we have consistently supported clean elections, IRV and verified voting. Help us bring democracy to your community.

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