Jim Soper

  • Photo of 27. Jim Soper – Conference Closing Remarks

    27. Jim Soper – Conference Closing Remarks

    Jim Soper has been a democracy advocate since 2005. He is co-chair of the Voting Rights Task Force, and author of CountedAsCast.org. He has also been a senior software consultant, and teacher. Website: countedascast.org

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  • Photo of 26. Jim Soper, Barbara Arnwine, Lulu Friesdat, Lori Grace, Jennifer Cohn – Where Do We Go From Here?

    26. Jim Soper, Barbara Arnwine, Lulu Friesdat, Lori Grace, Jennifer Cohn – Where Do We Go From Here?

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  • Photo of 14. Jim Soper – Opening Remarks on October 6th, Day 2

    14. Jim Soper – Opening Remarks on October 6th, Day 2

    Jim Soper has been a democracy advocate since 2005. He is co-chair of the Voting Rights Task Force, and author of CountedAsCast.org. He has also been a senior software consultant, and teacher. Website: countedascast.org

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  • Photo of 13. Jim Soper, Various Attendees – End Comments

    13. Jim Soper, Various Attendees – End Comments

    Jim Soper has been a democracy advocate since 2005. He is co-chair of the Voting Rights Task Force, and author of CountedAsCast.org. He has also been a senior software consultant, and teacher. Website: countedascast.org

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  • Photo of 1. Jim Soper – Opening Remarks – There Is No Magic Bullet

    1. Jim Soper – Opening Remarks – There Is No Magic Bullet

    Jim Soper has been a democracy advocate since 2005. He is co-chair of the Voting Rights Task Force, and author of CountedAsCast.org. He has also been a senior software consultant, and teacher. Website: countedascast.org

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    Jim Soper

    Conference Discussion Topic: TBA Jim Soper has been a democracy advocate since 2005. He is co-chair of the Voting Rights Task Force, and author of CountedAsCast.org. He has also been a senior software consultant, and teacher. Website: countedascast.org

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  • Photo of 17. Recent Election Legislation in CA

    17. Recent Election Legislation in CA

    Jim Soper has been a democracy advocate since 2005. He is co-chair of the Voting Rights Task Force, and author of CountedAsCast.org. He has also been a senior software consultant, and teacher. His website: https://countedascast.org For more information on the conference, go to: https://nvrtf.org For more information on election integrity issues, go to: https://countedascast.org For ongoing support of our efforts, please consider contributing to https://www.gofundme.com/takebackthevote2

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    AB 840

    The Assembly approved AB 840 today 9/15/17. It will now go to the governor. See the latest updates. It was an accomplishment just to get it called back to the Assembly Elections Committee on Thursday after it left the Senate on Tuesday. This was not a given. The SoS and CACEO were claiming that the amendments were just a “clarification” of the law. Had that interpretation held, AB 840 would have gone straight to the Assembly floor. But we were able to a least avoid that, and had a chance to make our case. We lost in committee, and in the legislature. It’s not always wise to stand up in front of a freight train, but we were standing up for transparency & democracy. I’m proud of everybody who contributed to this cause. The Issues Elections matter, and they are being attacked from the outside and the inside. The foundation of election security is based on paper ballots and random hand counts of the ballots. Section 15360 of the Calif. elections code requires a 1% random “audit”, specifically a “public manual tally of the ballots, including vote by mail ballots …”. This means all vote by mail ballots. San Diego…

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