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August 09, 2004
Primary Problems

Computer Eat Your Vote?

Coloradoans for Voting Integrity is providing a Voter Hotline for the August 10 Primary Election.

Voters in the Denver metro area may call 303-205-7919

Voters outside the Denver metro area may call 1-866-383-7913

Operators will be available to record and document any voting concerns and complaints. Especially take notice of the following:

– Are all machines operating?
– Are there repairs or other delays before you can vote?
– Do you have difficulty entering your vote on a machine?
– Are you able to cast your vote without assistance?
– Are you confident your vote was recorded as cast?

CFVI's “Voting Concern/Complaint Form” may also be completed and submitted at http://www.cfvi.org.

Problems with the new Voter I.D. requirement?

Check out the Fair Vote Colorado website.

You can complete an on-line complaint form if you have a problem voting.

For the record, Fair Vote Colorado is the organization I'm volunteering with to ask questions at this primary and (if all goes well) on November 2 as well.


(People who have time to go looking for the world's deepest hole clearly have too much time on their hands.)

Posted by AnneZook at 09:18 PM


Comments

I wish NV had a group like that. We've had electronic voting machines with no paper trail or way to "recount" the votes. They tell us they're changing that, but I'm not holding my breath...

Posted by: Dail at August 10, 2004 07:35 AM

Contact Common Cause and ask them about it. There may be a group in your area, you know.

Posted by: Anne at August 13, 2004 01:22 PM