Electile Dysfunction

Was this election manipulated or hacked?  The 2004 Election and elections since have had problems with electronic voting machines and voter suppression.  Jonathan Simon  has documented analyzed exit polls which are accurate to a fraction of a percentage point in most cases.

American democracy depends on public trust of our electoral process, and public trust requires a trustworthy process.

Computers tabulated the vast majority of the 129 million votes cast in the presidential election, and polls were wildly off. Did hackers manipulate the results by compromising voting equipment? Did other problems, glitches, or errors affect the outcome?

There’s a simple, relatively inexpensive way to find out: audit the electronic results against the paper ballots used by about 75% of U.S. voters.  SIGN THIS PETITION

American democracy depends on public trust of our electoral process, and public trust requires a trustworthy process.

Please sign to demand that election officials double-check the electronic results by conducting a “risk-limiting” audit of the presidential election in every state that uses paper ballots. 

SIGN THIS PETITION

 

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