Hybrid Voting Machines With an Ability to Steal Elections Spreading Across U.S
SMART Elections, a non-partisan project, demands protection for voters
Six swing states and sites in New York State have already implemented the machines. The New York State Board of Elections (BOE) has approved one type of hybrid machine with another under review.
SMART Elections will travel to Albany, N.Y. on June 6 to attend the next BOE meeting and demand that the commissioners ban hybrid machines in New York.
Conference speakers will include:
· Lulu Friesdat - Emmy award-winning journalist, filmmaker, and SMART Elections communications director
· Rich DeMillo - nationally recognized security expert and professor of Computing at Georgia Institute of Technology
Join the conference via phone or video Tuesday, June 4, at 11:00 a.m.
PHONE: (605) 313-5399 Access code: 884349#
Online meeting ID: smartelections
SMART Elections is a new non-partisan project dedicated to elevating election reform into an urgent national priority. The project is bringing together groups from across the political spectrum and from a variety of reform, advocacy, and voting rights groups for that purpose. www.smartelections.us.