We must conserve the security of our vote. Please let our Pennsylvania senators know: Internet voting cannot be done securely.
We care about our military, and want their vote - and ours - to be
safe, secure, recountable, and anonymous. Pennsylvania laws require no less! Yet electronic
voting cannot provide any of these requirements.
Ohio has outlawed Internet voting. In Kentucky, county elections directors banded together to reject a similar bill,
as they knew it could not be done safely.
Washington, D.C. planned an Internet voting system, and in testing it
was hacked by University of Michigan grad students, who caused all votes to be cast for famous
robots, and who fended off international intruders until the officials finally noticed the rigged vote -
when a voter happened to mention the playing of the Michigan Fight Song whenever a
vote was cast.
Internet and phone lines in foreign countries are not secure. We cannot make them
secure. Some countries have only one or two providers, the portal through which all our votes would pass.
There are reports of Russia fomenting a denial of service attack on Ukraine just before elections. The country of Estonia holds elections by Internet, and to date they have not yet figured
out how to tell whether voters have voted once or more than once.
We want all of our votes to count! Our press release of December 21, 2015, is here. For further reading, please visit the links below.
NOTE - THIS SITE IS CURRENTLY UNDER DEVELOPMENT. THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE.
For Military and Veterans
For Elections Officials
For Techies and the Detail Oriented
VoteAllegheny's Proposed Amendment to SB 1052
VoteAllegheny's Flier Relative to SB 1052
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