- How does a mandated switch to op-scan computers in 2009 square with the Constitution?
- Can we save our levers---and millions of dollars, too?
- Can op-scan voting be trusted?
These questions will be covered in a public forum
7 pm, Tuesday, December 9
at the Kingston Library, 55 Franklin Street
The forum will begin with the video "Hacking Democracy", which shows how optical scan computers, even with paper ballots, can be secretly hacked without a trace.
The video will be followed by attorney Andi Novick's explanation of why op scan, or any other computer voting, does not square with the NY State Constitution, which demands an "observable, transparent, and secure" system that computers cannot comply with.
She will also update the public on a pending legal case to ensure that legislators adhere to the Constitution and will detail the enormous costs a switch to computers would entail now and over the years vs keeping our levers.
Sponsored by the American Association of University Women, the program is free, and questions from the audience will be encouraged.
For more information: contact Irene Miller at 518 678-3516