Re: Wired: Nation's First Open Source Election Software Released

From: Ronald Crane <voting_at_lastland_dot_net>
Date: Mon Oct 26 2009 - 22:35:13 CDT
Dylan Hirsch-Shell wrote:
Trust The Vote posted a comment below the article that says in part:

...One key finding we expect them to make (and we’ll discuss this in detail on our blog shortly at http://www.trustthevote.org) is that the Federal Certification process is antiquated if not obsolete for the technology innovation required to restore trust in voting systems.
Once again the technological and "trust" carts go before the citizen-supervision horse. We need thorough, constant public supervision -- and the nontechnical systems that support it -- to facilitate fair and accurate elections.

Don't trust. Always verify.

-R

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