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:: 11.01.2004 ::  



Zogby, Redskins, Electoral-Vote.com, Tucker Carlson agree: Kerry will win

Here's a summary of the most recent polls. Kos has what Tucker Carlson says.

By the way, did you know that Australia recently instituted open-source e-voting?
[Software Improvement's lead engineer Matt] Quinn also believes that voting systems must use open-source software.

"The keystone of democracy is information," he said. "You have a big problem when people don't have enough information to make up their minds or, even worse, they have misleading information and make up their minds in a way that would be contrary to what they would decide if they had the full story.

"Any transparency you can add to that process is going to enhance the democracy and, conversely, any information you remove from that process is going to undermine your democracy."

[emphasis added]
Read more about it in Wired. And what did the makers of our e-voting system have to say about this subject? Walden O'Dell, Diebold Election System's chief executive, stated recently that he was "committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to the president next year." Eeek.

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