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Media treatment of Online Voting: Double-Standard is the standard

Double standard is the standard when it comes to media treatment of online voting. Election night coverage of primary elections and caucuses on March 22nd was a perfect example. Reports of two hour lines to vote in Arizona, and long … Continue reading

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The Great Suppressor…

Oh yes, I’m the great suppressor. Who am I? I am the polling place. There is certainly a lot of talk these days about attempts to suppress the vote. Draconian photo ID laws, measures akin to poll taxes, restrictions to … Continue reading

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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: The Conversation

I often talk about the conversation about online voting and how one-sided it can be. When I refer to this “conversation” I am referring to it in a very general sense. No matter what the forum – online blog posts, … 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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