Voters Urged to Avoid Touch Screen Voting
The non-profit California Voter Foundation is urging Californians not to use electronic touch screen voting machines on November 2.
Tuesday, October 5, 2004
Kim Alexander, the Voter Foundation’s president, says there’s no possibility of an accurate re-count in ten counties where touch screen machines will be used. CUT: KimAlexander07 :07 Alexander says voters should either request an absentee ballot by October 26th, or ask for a paper ballot at their polling station on Election Day. Governor Schwarzenegger’s top spokesman Rob Stutzman says by California’s next general election the problem will be gone. CUT: StutzmanTouchScreen07 :07 Stutzman says the governor remains confident that the November election will be fairly and honestly administered. SOC