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Voting Technology in the U.S. : The Lost Decade

The irony. At the very end of the 20th century, the United States was poised to revolutionize voting forever. After centuries of voting only at the polling place and often on insecure and inadequate paper ballot systems, the Internet was … 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 Advocates – Our numbers are small but growing!

Opponents of online voting in the United States have seen a lot of success when it has come to poisoning the conversation about whether we should be voting using digital methods or whether we should remain in the dark ages … Continue reading

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Internet Voting Astroturf Detractors: Consider the Source – Beware the Againsters!

I mentioned in my last post, a piece about Dr. William Kelleher and his contributions to this movement, that I would be talking next about the “againsters”. In fact, I have been working on the draft of this post for … Continue reading

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Thanks, Dr. Kelleher!

Every grass roots movement has a founder, an individual who believes so much in something that he or she devotes themselves completely to a cause before anybody else even knows that it is a cause. In my opinion, in the … Continue reading

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