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Online Voting NOW! Say NO TO FEAR.

Enough is enough. By all accounts, lower turnout decided what happened last week. And here we are. Will naysayers of online voting continue to tell us to be afraid of it? Even after this. Will you accept the argument that … Continue reading

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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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Online Voting for Local Elections: Think Small

What can you do to help make Online Voting a reality throughout the United States? Make it a reality in your town first. Think small. When we think of a future that includes voting online, we tend to imagine the … Continue reading

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Voting Access – “Our Journey Is Not Complete”

On election night in November President Obama referenced the disgusting status quo of long lines on election day. “We have to fix that”, the President said. Today, in his second inaugural address, the President again told the country that he … Continue reading

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Polls, Polls, and “Pols”

Poll: Place where people go to vote. Poll: Survey of a sample of people, the results of which are usually extrapolated to indicate the opinions or preferences of a larger population. “Pol”: Politician, elected official. What do these homonyms have … Continue reading

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“Reporting” from Waukesha

Watching the results of the recall elections in Wisconsin last night, I temporarily returned to the accepted state of mind of waiting through the night for the various voting districts to “report” in with their results, and as they did … Continue reading

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