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Re: House Science Committee voting tech hearing today

I tuned into the hearing on the web. The witnesses did a good job explaining why Congress should proceed cautiously. And the committee seemed very interested
Lorrie Faith Cranor
May 23, 2001
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House Science Committee voting tech hearing today

[Sorry you haven't seen much on this list lately... I've been busy at home with a new baby -- see http://shane.cranor.org -- I will be on maternity leave
Lorrie Faith Cranor
May 22, 2001
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Accessibility in voting for people with disabilities

As an advocate for people with disabilities (PWD) and the ED of a small NFP which advocates for PWD, I wanted to ask this group if the issue of accessibility
Laura Hagen
Apr 7, 2001
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election reform meeting April 12, Reagan Library

... From: "Lisa Joy Zgorski" To: "Judy Gallant" Sent: Friday, April 06, 2001 7:00 PM Subject: Voting Counts ... must
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Apr 6, 2001
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Open Source E-Voting, E-Democracy, & E-Government Ideas

... From: "Thom Wysong" To: Sent: Friday, April 06, 2001 11:59 AM Subject: Open Source E-Voting,
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Apr 6, 2001
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Corrections -- Sweden to Experiment with E-voting

[I got a whole slew of mesages on this topic in my mailbox. I've forwarded the beginning of this thread for those who are interested. I'm going to spare you
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Apr 5, 2001
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CPSR newsletter spotlights elections technology

Available Online at: http://www.cpsr.org/publications/newsletters/issues/2001/Winter/ Getting the Chad Out: Elections, Technology, and Reform: Finally, the
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Apr 5, 2001
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Voting Technology Conference at Caltech

... From: "Ed Gerck" To: "Lorrie Cranor" Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 12:16 PM Subject: Voting Technology
Lorrie Faith Cranor
Apr 4, 2001
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Early Voting as marketing strategy and technological challenge

... "Early Voting" (EV) is not "merely a new name for absentee voting." EV is also a social marketing strategy meant to increase voter turnout generally and
david l humphreys
Apr 3, 2001
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Re: Vote anywhere with DREs, Early Voting

... place ... No, Texas is not an example of a place that allows voters to vote in a different jurisdiction. In elections, "jurisdiction" means the authority
Erik Nilsson
Apr 3, 2001
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Re: Vote anywhere with DREs, Early Voting

... Eric, The practice of allowing voters to cast their ballot from a polling place located in an election jurisdiction different from the one they are
Derek Dictson
Apr 2, 2001
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Re: Vote anywhere with DREs, Early Voting

... In the US, maybe. Looking outside, one example to the contrary is Australia - where they have been doing it successfully with paper ballots for a long
Alan Wall
Mar 31, 2001
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DRE's and Accessibility to People with Disabilities

I am the Executive Director of a not-for-profit which advocates for and with people with disabilities. Currently, we are making sure NYS is aware of the
Laura Hagen
Mar 31, 2001
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Re: Re[2]: Vote anywhere with DREs, Early Voting

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Erik Nilsson
Mar 30, 2001
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Re: Re[2]: Vote anywhere with DREs, Early Voting

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Erik Nilsson
Mar 30, 2001
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