Re: FW: Has the (Ohio) ACLU gone over to the Dark Side?

From: Alan Dechert <alan_at_openvotingconsortium_dot_org>
Date: Fri Jul 30 2004 - 12:19:55 CDT

Barbara,

> Meanwhile, the national ACLU can't decide which side it's on. Rather than
> suing election officials to learn about potential conflicts of interest,
> redacted security reports, and why they would ever have agreed to purchase
> voting systems with proprietary software, secret and inadequate testing,
and
> secret test results, it seems that the best we can hope for with the
> national ACLU is that they say nothing - since the previous document that
> had been circulated by the national office was a pathetic defense of
> paperless voting machines.
>
It seems like we should work on the national ACLU. I guess Dan Tokaji isn't
officially involved that much now since he went to Ohio State U, but from
his blog it seems he's still pretty interested in the issue.
http://www.equalvote.blogspot.com/

Who else should we go see?

Alan D.
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