Electronic Voting - A Non-Partisan Issue
Diebold "Will Deliver Votes to the President"
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"

"It's outrageous," [Corzine] said. "Not only does Mr. O'Dell want the contract to provide every voting machine in the nation for the next election - he wants to 'deliver' the election to Mr. Bush. There are enough conflicts in this story to fill an ethics manual."

New York Times  November 9, 2003

Machine Politics in the Digital Age

By MELANIE WARNER

The complete article may be purchased from the New York Times archives at-- http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=F70E12FD385D0C7A8CDDA80994DB404482

Excerpt--

IN mid-August, Walden W. O'Dell, the chief executive of Diebold Inc., sat down at his computer to compose a letter inviting 100 wealthy and politically inclined friends to a Republican Party fund-raiser, to be held at his home in a suburb of Columbus, Ohio. "I am committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to the president next year," wrote Mr. O'Dell, whose company is based in Canton, Ohio.

That is hardly unusual for Mr. O'Dell. A longtime Republican, he is a member of President Bush's "Rangers and Pioneers,'' an elite group of loyalists who have raised at least $100,000 each for the 2004 race. ...

Copyright 2003 The New York Times Company

 

 

 

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