Georgia Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to State E-Voting System

Media Advisory

Georgia Supreme Court to Hear Landmark Voting Rights Case

WHO: Voters Organized for Trusted Election Results in Georgia (VoterGA) is a diverse, non-partisan coalition of Georgia voters and organizations who filed a voting rights lawsuit against the current method of Georgia electronic voting that they contend cannot be properly verified, audited, or recounted.

WHEN: Monday July 13, 2009
10:00 am

WHERE: 40 Capitol Square #507
Atlanta Ga. 30334

WHAT: The Georgia Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in a landmark E-Voting rights case that is being followed nationally.
Plaintiffs contend that their voting rights are being unconstitutionally abridged based on admissions collected by election officials that:

• Tabulation server results can be altered on Election Day without detection;
• Votes can be swapped between candidates on Election Day without detection;
• The voting machines do not meet legal requirements under which they were procured and allegedly certified;
• County and state tabulation servers cannot be certified according to state and federal procedures; and much more.

Media Contacts:
Garland Favorito
(404) 664-4044 or (404) 606-3206

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