I might want to join this one (if it had a better attorney). She’s talking about a class action lawsuit to open up the electronic voting process. When I voted this week I noticed some duct tape covering the iVotronic logo on the voting machine, a brand that has had its share of problems.
Faith in vote counting is essential for our system, and the closed and proprietary voting systems trouble me.
Orly said in an email to supporters:
Ten months ago, Smartmatic, a Venezuelan-owned company, purchased Sequoia Voting Systems, Inc. for $16 million (U.S.). Sequoia Voting Systems is one of the leading manufacturers of electronic voting systems purchased in the United States. Public access to the company’s vote-counting software is prohibited by trade secret laws.
She didn’t mention Obama even once.