Re: [FWD: RE: [vote-technology] Booted out of the Hotel at the 2007 Post-Election Auditing Summit]

From: Jim March <1_dot_jim_dot_march_at_gmail_dot_com>
Date: Sun Nov 04 2007 - 18:58:42 CST

For the record: I understand Nancy to mean that HR811 throws too much
control of the process over the EAC. I agree with her: that scares
the hell out of me.

Why?

In April of this year I came personally face to face with the AVS
"Winvote", which I'm convinced is the worst voting machine in America.
 As Bev showed me, evidence existed that despite there being only one
Fed certification number, photos of the "innards" being shipped to
different states. We're talkin' totally different guts here -
motherboards and more. Ain't no way both were certified.

I took these pictures to the EAC - and I mean *personally* walked in
their door in DC with pics in hand. And was completely ignored.

Later, the iBeta lab found the same thing and blew the whistle - EAC
at least listened to them.

If hard evidence of fraud is brought to an agency in control of ANY
process and they blow it off, something is frighteningly wrong with
that agency. Period. When the agency's board is under the direct
control of the President and they act that way...whoa.

I can't support any bill furthering their powers, period, I don't care
what else is in it.

Jim
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