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A Democratic leader DID try to warn us about electronic voting: Hillary Rodham Clinton in 2004. No one listened.

Link: thenation.com/article/how-th… cc: @HillaryClinton 1/
2/ Although HRC did not apparently understand the importance of #HandMarkedPaperBallots vs machine-marked “paper audit trails” at that time, the fault there lies with the “national election integrity groups” who rushed to recommend the latter w/o studying them.
3/ .@HillaryClinton & @SenSchumer were the only two Democratic senators who voted against the Help America Vote Act of 2002, which allocated billions of dollars for paperless(unauditable) touchscreen voting machines machines. nytimes.com/2002/10/17/us/…
5/ Here’s a piece I wrote last year compiling the many problems with machine marked “voter verifiable paper audit trails.” link.medium.com/NuvkDitZK1
6/ HAND MARKED paper ballots are what we should use as a primary voting system, with a limited exception for voters who are unable to hand mark. TY.
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