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Conflicts of Interest between disability and election vendor communities

elections, accessibility, reform, vendors
This is from an editorial in the New York Times from 11 June 2004 entitled, "The Disability Lobby and Voting". I had been discussing with a colleague why we couldn't bridge the gap between the verified voting and disability rights communities... well,… more »

NASED Qualified Voting Systems

elections, certification/testing
Thanks to Kim Alexander of the California Voter Foundation, we now have an up-to-date list (SXC, XLS) of NASED Qualified Voting Systems. If you're not sure what that means, check out this quick primer of the process involved with certifying a voting sys… more »
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