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Tuesday, July 18, 2006

The House Science Committee that Congressman Matheson serves on will be holding hearings tomorrow in DC on the subject of the new voting machines, and he would like to hear from those with issues or concerns they would like to raise.

Rep. Matheson's contact info:


1222 Longworth HOB
Washington, DC 20515
Phone - (202) 225-3011
Fax - (202) 225-5638

240 East Morris Avenue #235
South Salt Lake, UT 84115
Phone - (801) 486-1236
Fax - (801) 486-1417

321 North Mall Dr., #E101B
St. George, UT 84790
Phone - (435) 627-0880
Fax - (435) 627-1473

Carbon County Courthouse
120 East Main Street
Price, UT 84501
Phone - (435) 636-3722
Fax - (435) 613-1834

Toll-Free Number 1 (877) 677-9743

Wednesday July 19, 2006
Science Committee and House Administration Committee - Joint Hearing
Voting Machines: Will New Standards and Guidelines Prevent Future Problems?
2:00p.m. - 4:00p.m.
2318 Rayburn House Office Building (WEBCAST)
Contact: Republican Staff: Olwen Huxley, 225-8844
Democrat Staff: Mike Quear, 225-6375


Blogger Larry Bergan said...

Thanks for the info!

I sent the following message to Mr. Matheson:

The following exerpt from Rolling Stone magazine (you have to read a music magazine these days to find out important facts), talks about open fraud involving HAVA. Isn't it time to stop playing around with this issue get some real verification in our elections, even if we need to go to hand-marked, hand-counted ballots for 2006. Tom Delay was responsible for not allowing the issue to be considered even after both parties signed up. The HAVA act is a disgrace that should be condemed, not followed. Please make sure to do anything possible before 2006!



And now it comes out that Diebold, the notorious voting-machine company, paid some $275,000 to Abramoff's firm, Greenberg Traurig, with the apparent aim of keeping legislation requiring paper trails in the voting process from getting into the Help America Vote Act. Conveniently, Abramoff pal Bob Ney, one of the HAVA architects, blocked every attempt to put paper trails into law, even after the controversial electoral debacles of 2000 and 2004.

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