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Panel Discussion about Electronic Voting Problems

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Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility

Panel Discussion about Electronic Voting Problems

3:00-5:00 p.m.
Saturday, December 6, 2003

PHIL 110
George Washington University
Academic Center, 22nd and I Streets
(801 22nd Street, NW)
Washington, DC

Confirmed Speakers
Bob Ferraro
- with the Campaign for Verifiable Voting in Maryland (, a non-partisan group of citizens dedicated to preserving the integrity of our elections.

Christopher Craig - an attorney representing candidate Mychele Brickner, who lost her bid to chair the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors. Mr. Craig went before a Circuit Court judge in November asking him to keep 10 WinVote machines under lock and key until they could be examined.

Emily Cadei - Secretary of the National Committee for Voting Integrity (, a new organization established to focus public attention on voting issues.


Maryland --

Baltimore City Paper - Protest Vote

Campaign for Verifiable Voting in Maryland

Fairfax --

Trust the Computer, Citizen

WINvote Troubleshooting Tips

Wi-Fi voting goes off without a hitch in Fairfax, Va.

National --

The Voter Confidence and Increased Accessibility Act of 2003 (H.R. 2239)

National Committee for Voting Integrity

Verified Voting - Campaign To Demand Verifiable Election Results

CPSR Working Group: Voting, Computers and the Human-Computer Interface

Truthout: Electronic Voting: What You Need To Know interview with David Dill, Rebecca Mercuri and Barbara Simons

USACM Policy Brief - E-Voting Technology and Standards

EFF E-Voting Archive

Thanks To:
Lisa Arrasmith, Attorney
Robert Costner, Executive Director, Electronic Frontiers Georgia, and
Paul Hyland, CPSR Board of Directors and Chair CPSR-DC,
C. Dianne Martin of The Cyber Security Policy and Research Institute
for their co-sponsorhip and planning of this event.

Please RSVP to Paul Hyland - - so that we have a list of attendees for the security guard.

One block from the Foggy Bottom Metro Stop

Visitor Parking

Enter on I Street between 22nd and 23rd Streets-($2 on weekends)


Paul Hyland - DC Chapter - Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility

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