VoteTrustUSA brought the issue of electronic voting to the attention of Kitty Pilgrim of CNN’s Lou Dobbs Tonight program. Beginning with a story about the foreign ownership of Sequoia Voting systems, the story has moved into the overall problems of e-voting.
The issue is now a regular feature on the Dobbs’ program, titled “Democracy for Sale.” The first six segments of the series are available below in Windows Media format.
We are continuing to provide background information sources and interview subjects as the Lou Dobbs Tonight team explores the lack of effective oversight and regulation of the privatized election “industry.”
Lou Dobbs Tonight is aired at 6 pm ET (5 pm CT, 3 pm ET) Monday through Friday. Stay tuned for more coverage. If you would like this important series to continue, please use the feedback form at http://www.cnn.com/feedback/forms/form5.html?12 to let the producers know how important this issue is to you.
Click on the links below to watch segments of the Democracy for Sale series on Windows Media Player.
June 2, 2006 segment featuring Joan Krawitz, Executive Director of VoteTrustUSA
June 5, 2006 segment
June 6, 2006 segment featuring Warren Stewart, Director of Legislative Issues and Policy, VoteTrustUSA
June 8, 2006 segment
June 12, 2006 segment
June 13, 2006 segment featuring Warren Stewart, Director of Legislative Issues and Policy, VoteTrustUSA
June 21, 2006 segment
June 27, 2006 segment
June 28, 2006 segment
June 30, 2006 segment
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