website has been established to help people discuss and invent ways to:
and paper ballots kept under lock and key have different vulnerabilities.
Neither is inherently safe, so neither is an absolute check on the other.
Electronic copies of ballots are automatically made during elections. If hash
values can be distributed as the ballots are scanned, with electronic copies
carefully saved, they bypass many vulnerabilities. We welcome ideas on all
send your ideas to: firstname.lastname@example.org
website editor, Paul Burke, served on his county clerk's Election Advisory
Committee, was an election supervisor in Bosnia for the Organization for
Security and Cooperation in Europe, has been a poll worker in West Virginia
and California, and received 20,000 votes running for the District of
Columbia school board, though the incumbent won. He serves on California's
Language Accessibility Advisory Committee. He has been president of his
county's Planning and Zoning Commission and a statistical consultant for the UN
Development Program. With others on the State Audit Working Group he has worked
for better federal legislation on elections. Before retiring from the US
Department of Housing and Urban Development, he managed data and analysis on
five million subsidized housing units, and one of the nation's largest
statistical sample surveys, the American Housing Survey, averaging 100,000
interviews per year.
We're putting our effort into election security, not email security, so if you
write to us, we'll be careful, but we can't promise emails won't be hacked, or
offer any special level of privacy. The hosting company, Homestead, uses
cookies to monitor your use. You can suppress or delete cookies in your browser,
and the site will work the same for you.
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The designated agent for any notice under 17USC512(c)(3)(A), claiming copyright
infringement, is: Paul Burke, 9169 W State St #1881, Boise, ID 83714,