Protect the Count 2010 - This is what NH is doing; What are you doing in your state?
NH state election officials knew. But most citizens and local election officials still don’t know these machines are vulnerable to hacking.
Citizens are spreading the word. Across the country, one person, one town and one state at a time, we are taking back our elections.
Fact: If your community uses a voting machine, it is the Diebold AccuVote. The software is trade secret and takes no oath of allegiance. Nobody sees the votes being counted and nobody knows if the count is real.
Fact: It takes less than 6 seconds for a single untrained person to hand count a single contest on a ballot in a publicly observable vote count. Experienced counters average half this time and good counting teams consist of 2-4 people, significantly reducing the amount of time to hand count votes. And in a public hand count, everyone knows the results are real!
Want to help secure the public vote count in NH? We are New Hampshire citizens just like you, and we all need to help out to make sure we get real election results this year!
- Protect the Count Action Alert - See PDF copy attached below
- Hacking Democracy
- Purchase the Emmy-nominated HBO Documentary http://www.hackingdemocracy.com/
- OR rent the film from Netflix
- Hands-On Elections Handbook by Nancy Tobi
Protect the Count 2008 video. NH Secretary of State Prevents Citizen Observation of Central Tabulation
Hand Counting Paper Ballots Methodology from NH Dept of State
Protect the Count 2008 Videos from BlackBoxVoting.org
BBV video describes the LHS optical scan system and how to document vote results in New England
We’re Counting the Votes videos of hand count elections in NH
Link to NHPTV program "NH Outlook" regarding the Electronic Voting Committee findings (Note: this committee and the Secretary of State erroneously or misleadingly report that it is possible to provide "secure" e-voting. It is not. EVoting counts votes in a concealed manner. The only secure vote count is a public vote count.)
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