posted on Sep, 17 2003 @ 02:21 PM
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:
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
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."
— 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]