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  • Photo of NVRTF Election Security Expert Jennifer Cohn Interview

    NVRTF Election Security Expert Jennifer Cohn Interview

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  • Photo of NVRTF Rally for Senator Feinstein’s Leadership on Securing Our Elections

    NVRTF Rally for Senator Feinstein’s Leadership on Securing Our Elections

    For Immediate Release: November 13, 2019 Contact: Jim Soper, National Voting Rights Task Force (NVRTF), info@nvrtf.org, (510) 258-4857 Jennifer Cohn, NVRTF, info@nvrtf.org, (415) 218-3582 MEDIA ADVISORY National Voting Rights Task Force (NVRTF) to urge U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein to support increased funding, and demand specific guidelines to secure our elections. WHAT: The National Voting Rights Task Force (NVRTF.org) will gather outside the San Francisco office of U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein to call on her to show leadership by advocating for $600 million for election-security funding with accountability language, and more importantly to vigorously push for guidelines proposed in the SAFE Act (S.2238), which would: Give all voters the option to mark their paper ballots by hand. Require a robust type of election audit called a Risk Limiting Audit (RLA) for all federal races. Ban the most dangerous types of Ballot-Marking Devices (BMDs) and the barcodes and QR codes they use to count votes. Ban Internet connectivity and remote access in voting systems. Provide election-security funding conditioned on the above requirements. The need for such action is crucial and immediate. America’s electronic voting system is dangerously centralized in the hands of two voting-machine vendors that account for >more than 80 percent…

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    Join the NVRTF Private Online Community

    We’ve stepped up our game! We’ve created a private online community to promote education on election integrity and voting rights. Registration to become a member is free and easy. Once registered and signed in, a member will have a profile, can join online groups, and comment on group threads. In an effort to encourage a secure and safe online community, we review every registration request prior to giving new registrants access.

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