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First virtual primary vote cast
PHOENIX (AP) 06/07/00- Updated 07:45 PM ET
Mary Rose Wilcox made election history Tuesday simply by touching a computer mouse.
Political Advocacy Groups:
Voting and Elections
While officials called the election a success, voting experts tempered their enthusiasm, saying it was only a closed, primary
race and that privacy, security and social concerns still remain, particularly for national elections.
Organizations such as the Voting Integrity Project (VIP)
Republican candidate Woody Jenkins claims he lost the U.S. Senate race to Mary Landrieu by 5,788 votes because of voter fraud.
The article failed to mention
that attorney Neal Hogan, founder and head of the Voting Integrity Project, and Woody Jenkins, are both members of the
secretive Council for National Policy. In fact, Jenkins was the group's first executive director. His friend Hogan spent ten
days conducting his "investigation," and concurred with the charges brought by the Jenkins campaign.
State Commissioner of Elections, Jerry Fowler, who says he never heard of the Voting Integrity Project, reviewed the allegations
and found nothing. "As far as the registrar's office is concerned, there is absolutely no voter fraud."
Scott Becker joins Voting Integrity Project Libertarian Party activist Dr. Scott Becker has joined the governing board of the Voting Integrity Project (VIP), a nationally
recognized non-partisan election watchdog organization.
"glitch": Database Technologies, a division of ChoicePoint; hired by Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris
Local Govt. Should Consider E-Voting - Gartner By Robert MacMillan, Newsbytes
WASHINGTON, DC, U.S.A.,
15 Nov 2000, 12:40 PM CST
Report Says E-Voting Is Unsafe
by Lynn Burke July 11, 2000 PDT
Voting in your pajamas is unsafe.
So says the latest study published by the Voting Integrity Project, a non-partisan group based in Arlington, Virginia that
has openly attacked the Arizona Democratic Party's Internet primary election in March.
links on electronic voting and voting technology
Is Internet voting fair? By DEBORAH PHILLIPS
Network World, 06/26/00
Internet voting Arizona experiment was challenged by the Voting Integrity Project
Internet Voting Project Cost Pentagon $73,809 Per Vote