November 03, 2008

How To Vote

Tips from the Brad blog:
What to do if it happens to you:

* Call poll supervisors to observe the problem.
* Fill out a problem report.
* Refuse to vote on that machine.
* Request that the machine be taken out of service.
* Get a serial number of the machine if possible (may be difficult in many cases).
* Tell other voters in line which machine it was and that they should NOT vote on that machine!
* Report it to county/town election office.
* Report it to the Secretary of State.
* Call local reporters and tell them the story.
* Call voter problem hotlines (eg. 866-MYVOTE1 and 866-OUR-VOTE) and report it.
* Contact bloggers and Election Integrity websites.
* Raise holy hell.

REMINDER: Please bring a video camera/cell phone camera when you go to vote so you can document these problems on video tape, and then upload them to VideoTheVote.org and YouTube!

1 comment:

Bukko_in_Australia said...

My daughter, aged 19 and going to uni, reports waiting in line for 8 hours to vote. She's at a school on the Gulf of Mexico coast of Florida, but her home is on the other side of the state in Miami. She applied for a postal ballot. It was never delivered, of course -- voter suppression.

So she drove 350 km back to Miami on Sunday to do early voting in person. (With parents like me and the politically [and otherwise] rabid ex-Mrs. Bukko, she had no choice.) How many other students did the same, though? How many others had cars, money and motivation to do so? Suppression works!

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