October 16, 2006
-- by Dave Johnson
Have I mentioned that I work as an election official at a precinct during elections? YOU SHOULD, TOO!
It is not too late to call your county clerk's office and let them know that you would like to work during the election. Yes, they usually pay. I don't know where you live but I do know that they desparately need people. And the fact that you are reading this means that you know more about computers than most of the people currently working during elections. Who knows, you might even help spot and stop some Republican election scamming hijinks. And, who knows, it might get you started down the road to becomming someone who has authority in your country to demand paper trails for voting machines.
Here's a diary at DailyKos on the subject: Daily Kos: Election Official Confidential: a scoop from Ohio
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"...to demand paper trails for voting machines."
(Do you do this just to make sure I'm still reading STF?)
PAPER BALLOTS! God damn it, Dave, PAPER BALLOTS!
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