Sounds like a good opportunity!
(Crossposted to electionupdates.caltech.edu)
- The report uses an overly broad and inaccurate definition of vote fraud.
David Becker can describe ad nauseam how damaging this misinterpretation has been.
- The report makes unsubstantiated claims about the efficacy of Voter ID in preventing voter fraud.
“requirement that eligible voters use definitive forms of identification when registering to vote”
But not according to HAVA. HAVA requirements are, as stated in the report:
and apparently not “definitive” and hence prone to fraud.
The authors write:
In effect, Massachusetts and other states withhold this data from the public.
- The report shows that voter fraud is nearly non-existent, while simultaneously
claiming the problem requires “immediate attention”.
Professor, Reed College
Director, Early Voting Information Center
Please visit the ESRA website to view and download the great works presented.
Follow the link above, or point your browser to electionsciences.net for more information.
results7 <- rcv_tally(sf_cleaned, "Board of Supervisors, District 7")
d3_7 <- rcv::make_d3list(results = results7)
- Is it secure?
- It is efficient?
- Is it fair to everyone?
- I like voting in person, can’t I continue to do so?
EVIC (or at least a report we worked on) is in the news!
Award No. (FAIN): 1727461
Proposal No.: 1727461
Managing Division Abbreviation: SES
Proposal No: PI Name/Institution
1727458 Paul . Gronke, Reed College
I’ll let the OPB story speak for itself, since I was one of the co-authors of the report.