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Saturday, June 28, 2008

Is SoS Brunner Assembling the Bd. of Voting Machine Examiners to Release Evidence About Some Hart Deficiency?-AFTER the CCBOE Procurement Decision?

Is SoS Brunner Assembling the Bd. of Voting Machine Examiners on 7/3 to possibly release evidence about some Hart deficiency - AFTER the CCBOE bidding process and the 6/20/08 procurement decision?

Ohio Board of Voting Machine Examiners to Meet 6/27/2008 For Immediate Release:

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Board of Voting Machine Examiners will meet on Thursday, July 3 at 9 a.m. in the 15th floor conference room of the Continental Plaza, 180 E. Broad St. in Columbus.

The board will be considering the following issue: Whether the Hart Card Reader Model No. HVS CR 3100 may be used with the Hart InterCivic voting system in replacement of commercial off-the-shelf PCMCIA memory card reader/writers initially deployed with the certified Hart voting equipment.

This meeting is open to the public.

The board is comprised of the following members: Inajo Davis Chappell, a member of the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections; Dale Fellows, a member of the Lake County Board of Elections, and David R. Moots, a member of the Union County Board of Elections.


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1 comment:

Documentary said...

A friend recently sent me a link to this site and I finally have had a chance to read some of the material here. Let me first say that I'm extremely concerned about some of what I'm reading and secondly I'm extremely appreciative of the work that you do here.

Now, if I understand you last two posts correctly, it would seem that the Ohio SoS scheduled a Board of Examiners meeting to discuss the merits of the Hart voting system. What I don't understand is why would something as crucial as this be scheduled 1-week after Cuyahoga ended its bidding process, choosing ESS over Hart? I mean, wouldn't one want to make sure that the voting examiners met on all voting systems prior to the completion of the bidding process?

Seems that either that I don't understand something, or this is gross negligence, or someone is covering their tracks.

I look forward to your follow-ups here.