ATSers in the State of Rhode Island!

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posted on Sep, 17 2003 @ 02:21 PM
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Do you support electronic voting? Do you think it can be used for fraud? Are you willing to engage a little bit of "minimalistic activism"?

Check out this link and come back:
www.sec.state.ri.us...


If I knew about this in advance I would've set up a group of people as a "vendor" ... using the paper and pencil system. But it's a bit late to get in as a vendor and make a point.

But something can still be done:

1) It's open to the public. Someone can go there and actaully see what's featured and report back. If they're any web-based systems I'm going to cry.

2) An open letter can be written Secretary of State Matthew A. Brown along with a brief proposal highlighting dangers to electronic voting and better alternatives, signed by his constituents. This can be written as a group at ATS.

IF YOU READ ATS and live in RI, don't just SIT THERE and watch these kind of things PASS YOU BY. Think upon this:

"Those who cast the ballots decide nothing; those who count the ballots decide everything."

ó Josef Stalin (1879-1953)

God Bless. U2U me or email if you care about voting rights at all and live in RI. This'll be "minimalistic activism". I swear to god you won't have to leave your chair.

[Edited on 17-9-2003 by ktprktpr]




posted on Sep, 17 2003 @ 03:53 PM
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Mr. Brown,

Thank you for contacting the Office of the Secretary of State Matthew A. Brown. We are pleased to offer the following information.

The workshop will be held on October 1 and 2, 2003 from 8:30 to 4:30 at
the Comfort Inn located at:

2 George Street
Pawtucket, RI
401.723.6700

If you have any questions please contact me. Thank you.

Robert J. Stewart

Deputy Director of Elections
Office of the Secretary of State Matthew A. Brown
100 North Main Street - Second Floor
Providence, RI 02903

Tel. 401-222-2340
Fax. 401-222-1444 TTY. 711
Email: rstewart@sec.state.ri.us
Website: www.sec.state.ri.us

> Mr. Stewart,
>
> Where will the workshop be held?
>
> "State and local elected officials are also being
> invited to attend. Notice of this Fair is also being
> posted in accordance with Rhode Islandís Open Meetings
> Laws and accordingly, the public will also be welcome
> to attend."
>
> Thank you for your time.
>
> Sincerely,
> ktpr


Also I inquired about the dress code and any, if, bans on note taking (ala Diebold). There is no dress code and anyone can take notes.

[Edited on 17-9-2003 by ktprktpr]





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