Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Count Every Vote agenda and plans

Agenda and Resources, September 18, 2005


What we’ve done so far:

1. Letter-writing campaign: journalists, community activists, public
officials, public figures, union officials

2. Group letters: journalism schools (inviting them to get students
involved in investigating voting systems, voting irregularities,
electronic voting machines), Political science professors

3. Public libraries: purchase requests

4. Meetings: Skokie Mayor Van Dusen, Rep. Jan Schakowsky,
Washington aide to Sen. Durbin

5. League of Women Voters: organizing a meeting

6. Setting up "Count Every Vote" blog

7. “Invisible Ballots” movie. Purchasing and disseminating

8. Chain letter to friends and relatives linking to
"Count Every Vote" blog

9. Business cards bought and distributed at political and
informational meetings along with blog print out.

Plans for the future

Journalists’ reviews
Showings of movie
Lending library
Library purchase requests

New contacts
New ideas
New directions

Reading Resources

Rep. John Conyers, Judiciary Committee, “What Went Wrong with Ohio”

Greg Palast “The Best Democracy Money Can Buy”

“Did George W. Bush Steal America’s 2004 Election? Essential Documents,”
Fitrakis, Rosenfeld and Wasserman

“Invisible Ballots: A Temptation for Electronic Vote Fraud” (movie documentary)


At 8:17 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am not sure what I am more impressed by - your continuing tenacity to fighting for a system which has long since abandoned any resemblance to democracy or your inability to face the fact that the USA is now a banana republic for keeps, with a foreign debt that would match the best banana
republics of lore ...

Alex Martini

At 5:13 PM, Blogger cev said...

Pessimism takes us the way of the dodo, solipsist or the suicide. We have to have hope in the decent.

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At 10:30 AM, Blogger Aaron Freeman & Sharon Rosenzweig said...

Absent any support from our "elected officials" I am pretty pessimistic myself. Is the desire merely "to do something?"

I ache to take action as well. I'd like some direction.

What is our best case senario?

At 5:42 PM, Blogger cev said...

We have to try to build a momentum to get the public to think that our democracy is at risk. I think the best way to do this is to talk about it and contact as many people of influence who will spread the message

At 5:40 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It would be great if while we are talking about hard copy ballots that we could use the time and space to educate others on the advantages of Instant Runoff Voting (IRV).

Mark A. Goldman

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