What should be in a good open records law?

From: Stephanie Frank Singer <sfsinger_at_campaignscientific_dot_com>
Date: Sat Aug 04 2007 - 14:48:23 CDT

Friends,

Here in PA the legislature is in the process of improving our open
records law. This law will not address elections in particular, but
its general language about open records will affect our ability to
get information about the conduct of elections, particularly
elections conducted on paperless DRE's.

Can anyone suggest language that would ensure (without specifically
mentioning elections) that we can get Diebold GEMS records and other
useful computer-generated traces of election conduct?

Thanks!
Stephanie Singer

Stephanie Frank Singer, Ph.D.
Campaign Scientific
215-715-3479
http://www.campaignscientific.com

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