Fw: Demonstrations of EVM

From: Alan Dechert <alan_at_openvotingconsortium_dot_org>
Date: Wed May 12 2004 - 11:19:43 CDT

Anthony,

I'm all for it.

Arthur, please add Anthony to our demo-team email list.

Anthony Saffer <anthony.saffer@gmail.com>

The OVC has an interesting Oklahoma connnection. While the OVC was in the
making for three years before we actually incorportated, I first used the
phrase "open voting consortium" about a year ago in a conversation with Jay
Tefertiller of ISIS Technology of OK. In fact, several aspects of the OVC
structure were worked out in conversations with Jay.

Jay has since become very busy with his own projects and has not been
involved since we incorporated. I would like to re-engage Jay and I think
ISIS Technology would be an excellent candidate as a company that could
deliver the goods once we have certified software ready to use.

Have a look at their web site:
http://www.isis-technology.com

In particular, notice their asset management program:
http://www.isis-technology.com/asset.htm

It looks like you are about a 3 hr drive from OK City, so it's not exactly
convenient to drop in on him. But if you're in the area, it might be good
to drop in on him.

Thanks for writing.

Alan Dechert

----- Original Message -----
From: "Anthony Saffer" <anthony.saffer@gmail.com>
To: <alan@openvotingconsortium.org>
Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2004 5:44 AM
Subject: Demonstrations of EVM

> Dear Sir,
>
> My name is Anthony Saffer and I own a small open source shop in
> Oklahoma. I am very interested in pitching the EVM software and
> hardware to my state for consideration and would like any information
> you might have on how to do so. I'm aware that you guys did a demo in
> California in April and it went very successful. I'm interested in
> doing something similar here.
>
> Anthony Saffer
> Open Source Strategies
> www.opensource-strategies.com
>
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