Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility are putting together a panel and public dicussion on voting and vote counting in the US. (see below). This is especially timely since we may be facing a revote for several Council of State offices (at least Agriculture) in part because of the loss of over 4,500 votes in Carteret County. “[T]he county was told by the manufacturer of the voting system that its units could store up to 10,500 votes, but the limit was actually 3,005 votes.”
December 8, 2004
Chapel Hill Town Hall
306 North Columbia St.
Is Your Vote Counted?
Panel presentation and Community Speak Out on the question of voter integrity.
- David Allen, Systems Engineer, publisher and tech consultant “Black Box Voting: Ballot Tampering in the 21st Century”
- Justin Moore, Computer Scientist, member National Committee for Voting Integrity
- Lewis Pitts, Legal Aid Attorney, Advocates for Children’s Services
Introduction by Joyce McCloy, Founder, NC Coalition for Verified Voting