Category Archives: Voting

Gerrymandering in the 2013/14 US House of Representatives

This post is available in 3 formats. 1. For the Word Doc version, click on Gerrymandering and then “Open.”  (Document and tables are easiest to read) 2. For the Google Drive version (using Chrome), click here. 3. The document is also below. … Continue reading

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Maryland’s New Voting Technology

Maryland’s Touch-Screen Voting System Will Have a Paper Trail In 2016, Maryland will adopt a new voting system that provides for a paper audit trail. The current system is Direct Recording Electronic (DRE), which does not employ any paper whatsoever. … Continue reading

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BUY/READ MY BOOK–The History and Politics of Voting Technology: In Search of Integrity and Public Confidence

Published by Palgrave Macmillan, 2006 Roy G. Saltman, the author, is an independent consultant who previously published two reports on contemporaneous issues in this field for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).  His first report for NIST was sponsored by the Congressional agency … Continue reading

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Letter to California Voter Foundation

5025 Broken Oak Lane Columbia, MD 21044 Jan. 15, 2013 Kim Alexander, President California Voter Foundation PO Box 189277 Sacramento, CA 95818 Dear Ms. Alexander, This letter is prompted by the content of the letter signed by you and 28 … Continue reading

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Letter to Senator Schumer on Federal Elections

Jan. 10, 2013 Senator Charles Schumer, Chairman US Senate Committee on Rules and Administration 305 Russell Senate Office Building Washington, DC 20510 Dear Senator Schumer: I am writing to you because of your committee’s responsibility for Federal elections. We need … Continue reading

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