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Feb
2005

The New Mexico Governor has decided to replace one of the worst voting machines

The New Mexico Governor has decided to replace one of the worst voting machines, the Danaher shoups, "push-button" DREs,
//www.freenewmexican.com/news/10644.html after USCV's analysis of New Mexico's precinct level election results proved that NM's push-button DRE voting machines were significantly related to higher undervotes (where no vote registered on cast ballots) in the presidential race.
//uscountvotes.org/ucvAnalysis/NM/NMAnalysis_EL_JM.pdf

However, in spite of the irrefutable fact that Optical Scan voting machines out-performed the DREs in NM with much lower under-vote rates, New Mexico's SOS is "still" favoring the purchase of additional DRE voting machines, and claiming falsely that DREs perform better than Optical Scan machines.

If you know anyone in NM, please forward USCountVotes study of NM's election data and its findings regarding the higher rates of undervotes using DREs as compared to optical scan voting machines there:

//uscountvotes.org/ucvAnalysis/NM/NMAnalysis_EL_JM.pdf

With the help of USCV's data gathering and statistical analyses of election data, we can mathematically prove which voting machines are causing the worst problems, get rid of bad voting machines, and stop the purchase of flawed voting equipment.

Voting systems experts who have no conflict of interest, because they do not work for any voting machine vendor, can assist states to purchase trustworthy voting systems:

//utahcountvotes.org/voting_system_advice.pdf
//utahcountvotes.org/Best_Practices_UCV.pdf

Other News:

USCV's database design for holding all election results for every state in America, is near completion, and we have just mailed off grant requests to a dozen foundations seeking to obtain funding for technical staffing to complete the public archival and database systems. In the meantime, we are plugging away and making progress.

Next Saturday in Oakland, CA there will be a Teach-In on How to Prevent Election Rigging, that two representatives from USCountVotes will speak, Kathy Dopp and statistician Allyson M. Washburn, Ph.D. First Congressional Church, 2501 Harrison St., 10 - 4 p.m. suggested donation $10 . More later on that. Foremost leaders in the voting rights movement will be there to speak.

Kathy Dopp
//uscountvotes.org
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