Electronic Voting - A Non-Partisan Issue
Australian Linux System Is Open and Verifiable
ELECTRONIC VOTING
DANGERS of E-VOTING
--- Warnings
--- Democracy at Stake
--- Report from UK
"BLACK BOX VOTING"
--- Work of Bev Harris
------ Get Book Free!
VOTER-VERIFIED PAPER BALLOTS
--- Bev Harris's Sites
Or -- "Voter-Verifiable Paper Trail"
HELP FROM HR 2239
--- Republican Sponsors
--- Legal Support
--- Bev H. Comments
... INTERIM SOLUTION
WHY PRIVATIZE VOTING AT ALL?
WHY NOT RETURN to PAPER BALLOTS?
DIEBOLD WARS
------ Diebold Gives In!
------ Bev H.Comments
--- Diebold for Bush
NOT JUST DIEBOLD
IS eSLATE BETTER?
--- Potential Problems
NEW POSSIBILITY-- VOTING with "FROGS"

"Meanwhile, over in Australia, a little company called Software Improvements put together a perfectly workable, open and verifiable electronic voting system based on the Linux operating system in just six months back in 2001. ... Software Improvements’ lead engineer on the project, Matt Quinn, told Wired that that all e-voting systems should be open to public inspection and provide paper receipts."

New York Press
Rotation
Alan Cabal

Schrodinger’s Vote
Why Diebold can’t be trusted to tally in ’04.

The complete article is currently (3/28/04) available on the New York Post website at-- http://www.nypress.com/16/46/news&columns/rotation.cfm [found through a Google search by article title on the same date]

See this article for a scathing indictment of Diebold and an explanation of the open-source system in Australia.

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