Saturday, March 18, 2006

Support 'Horse Sense' Election Security

Watch the move, then sign the petition.

Democracy for America has put together a clever flash movie about how paper ballots can keep our elections secure:
Time and time again, studies have shown paper ballots to be the most reliable of voting systems, especially in comparison to electronic voting machines. Why? Because they leave a paper trail -- a tangible, hand-held record of your vote. It's not rocket science -- it's horse sense.

Voter systems that are easier to use shouldn't be harder to trust. That's why we've put together a new flash movie about the importance of paper ballots. Watch the movie and sign the petition to help protect your vote today: Call for Paper Ballots

Once you've watched the movie, help spread the word. Forward it on to your friends, family, neighbors and co-workers and explain why paper ballots are an essential part of a healthy democracy.

All Americans deserve to have their voices heard and paper ballots are the best voting system to ensure a secure, honest and accurate election process. The more people we can reach with this movie, the more people we can educate on this issue -- and the closer we come to making sure that every vote that is cast is counted accurately.

It's pure, simple common sense. Horse sense.


Tom Hughes
Executive Director
Democracy for America

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