Bev Harris was one of the first people to sound the alarm about electronic voting and in particular the ability to manipulate the votes.
The fact that Diebold is a major contributor to Duyba’s election campaign made it all the more sleazy to entrust voting to this particular company.
On Black Box Voting.com you can find the online version of the book, “Black Box Voting: Ballot-Tampering in the 21st Century” and current news about an uphill battle to stop the malfunctioning machines from tallying the 2004 election.
You got to read the story that appeared in the Tri-Valley Herald http://www.trivalleyherald.com/Stories/0,1413,86~10669~2100333,00.html# and shake your head. They knew the machines didn’t work, still sold them, and big surprise the machines did not work.
I like the part when the head of Diebold apologizing for $40 million dollars of crappy voting machines.
Bev must be jumping up and down saying “I told you so, I told you so.” I strongly urge you to visit her site and become educated about the electronic chad fiasco that still is a factor in the 2004 election. Watch and be aware. http://www.blackboxvoting.com