|Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility|
Panel Discussion about Electronic Voting Problems3:00-5:00 p.m. Saturday, December 6, 2003
George Washington University
Academic Center, 22nd and I Streets
(801 22nd Street, NW)
Bob Ferraro - with the Campaign for Verifiable Voting in Maryland (www.truevotemd.org), 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 (www.votingintegrity.org), a new organization established to focus public attention on voting issues.
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.
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
Created before October 2004