Concerned Voters of Centre County Conducting Exit Polling in PA 5

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Concerned
Voters of Centre County
is a nonpartisan group of citizens from Centre County who are devoted to election integrity issues. We advocate for secure and accurate elections and campaign for voter-verified
paper records that can be used for mandatory random audits and recounts.

See information about our PA 5 Exit Poll Project further below

Concerned
about the Voting Machines?

VOLUNTEER TO BE A
POLL
WATCHER!

come to the training session

SATURDAY, NOV 4, at 2:00

the Bellefonte Historical Library

corner of Allegheny and Howard, caddy-corner
from the Post Office
POLL WATCHING CHECKLIST !




ON ELECTION DAY:

If you experience

voting machine problems,

long lines, or have

other concerns

Please contact
:
concernedvoters@gmail.com

or call (814) 769-9566

National
Hotlines:

1-888-SAV-VOTE

1-866-OUR VOTE

WHY
DO WE NEED A VOTER VERIFIED
PAPER BALLOT?

Donations
to help cover exit polling costs can be sent to: P.O. Box 657,
Millheim, Pa 16854

* Please make checks payable to "VotePA"

Below are some details of our exit polling plans.
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We are in Congressional District 5.
We will be working with Penn State's Statistics dept.
Their consulting fee is $400.
We plan to conduct exit polling outside of at least three precincts.
We have student volunteers signed up to to do much of the actual
polling and data entry, many are statistics students.

We are currently conducting training sessions for poll workers and
poll watchers to watch problems with machines on Nov. 7.

Our group has been active for about a year. We have been presenting
informational meetings to the public, inviting speakers and showing
movies about problems with DREs since last December.
This past year, we attended many commissioners meetings, got press
coverage, and worked very hard to try to stop the purchase of DREs
but...
http://www.votepa.us/newsarchive/6-26-06CentreiVotronic.html
I was a pollworker during the primaries and witnessed many problems with
our touchscreen systems. We filed a complaint with the county, but
nothing was done. I am a plaintiff in PA's statewide case to have
paperless DREs decertified.
http://www.voteraction.org/States/Pennsylvania/PA.html
The state has filed objections, the case is moving along slowly.

Mary Vollero
maryvollero(at)gmail.com