Monthly Archives: July 2012

How We Vote & How We Vote

Defining “how we vote”: 1) Which candidate we vote for in an election. 2) The type of technology we use to cast our vote. In an election year, all the attention in the world gets paid to “how we vote”. … Continue reading

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Online Voting and ways it can get money out of US Politics

  In an earlier post, “Follow The Money”, I discuss the hold the television attack ad has on our political system, and why I feel online voting can help change that through greater participation in the process by younger, working … Continue reading

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Online Voting – Who’s Rushing?

PBS recently ran a segment devoted to online voting. It began by telling the compelling story of West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant and her bold commitment to providing access to overseas voters. Unfortunately the piece then made the … Continue reading

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Voting Access Heroine: Natalie Tennant (West Virginia Secretary of State)

Opponents of online voting may have chosen the wrong public official to try to scare away with their typical gang-up bullying tactics. Natalie Tennant is the Secretary of State of West Virginia. As Dr. Kelleher reported on his blog last … Continue reading

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