Action Alert & Release: Statement of support for "The Emergency Assistance for Secure Elections Act of 2008"

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Feb 27, 2008, 12:16:08 AM2/27/08
Dear American Patriot,

The National Election Data Archive has released a one-page statement
in support of the "Emergency Assistance for Secure Elections Act of
2008 (H.R. 5036)".

The "Emergency Assistance for Secure Elections Act of 2008 (H.R.
5036)" is an optional but - as the name suggests -*/emergency/*
measure for the 2008 general election. It would reimburse states
and/or localities if they choose to convert to paper ballot voting
systems and/or conduct random audits of their electronic election
results. The bill text, a summary, and related materials can be found

It is certain that Congress will be hearing opposition to "The
Emergency Assistance for Secure Elections Act of 2008" from voting
machine vendors who want to continue lucrative contracts to
computerize and privatize our elections.

NEDA asks YOU to take action now to see that this bill passes in time
to help ensure the integrity of the 2008 election.


Please take one or more of these simple actions now. The future of
U.S. Democracy and the well-being of humanity could depend on your
taking a few minutes now to act.


Print and hand out this one page summary of HR5036 to your friends and


Call your own Representative, or any of the Members of the House
Adminstration Cmte or House Subcomittee on Technology and Innovation
and ask them to co-sponsor and pass H.R.5036.


Fax a copy of NEDA's statement of support (or your own similar
statement), after adding your own signature, name and address on it at
the bottom

to any or all of the following:

Your own US Representative

The members of the House Administration Committee:
or Telephone: 202-225-2061
Fax: 202-226-2774

Chairs: Robert A Brady (Dem PA 1st) 202 225-4731
Fax: (202) 225-0088

Vernon Ehlers (Rep MI 3rd) 202 225-3831
fax (202) 225-5144

Zoe Lofgren (Dem CA 16th) 202 225-3072
Fax: (202) 225-3336

Michael Capuano (Dem-MA 8th) 202 225-5111
Fax (202) 225-9322

Charles Gonzalez (Dem-TX 20th) 202 225-3236
Fax: (202)225-1915

Susan Davis (Dem-CA-53rd) 202 225-2040
Fax: (202) 225-2948

Artur Davis (Dem AL 7th) 202 225-2665
(202) 226-9567 (fax)

Kevin McCarthy (Rep CA 22nd) 202 225-2915
Fax (202) 225-2908

Dan Lungren (Rep CA 3rd) 202 225-5716
Fax: (202) 226-1298

House Committee on Science and Technology

David Wu, Chairman
Phone: (202) 225-0855
Fax: (202) 225-9497

* Mr. Matheson
Phone - (202) 225-3011
Fax - (202) 225-5638

* Mr. Mitchell
Telephone: (202) 225-2190
Fax: (202) 225-3263

* Mr. Wilson
ph: (202) 225-5705
fx: (202) 225-5907

* Mr. Chandler
Phone: (202)-225-4706
Fax: (202)-225-2122

* Mr. Ross
(202) 225-3772
(202) 225-1314 Fax

* Mr. Honda
Phone: (202) 225-2631
Fax: (202) 225-2699

* Mr. Gordon (ex officio)
Phone: (202) 225-4231
Fax: (202) 225-6887

Phil Gingrey, Ranking Republican Member
202-225-2931 (phone)
202-225-2944 (fax)

* Mr. Ehlers
voice (202) 225-3831
fax (202) 225-5144

* Ms. Biggert
Phone: 630-655-2052
Fax: 630-655-1061

* Mr. Smith (NE)
(202) 225-6435 Phone
(202) 225-0207 Fax

* Mr. Broun
Phone: (202) 225-4101
Fax: (202) 226-0776

* Mr. Hall (ex officio)
Tel No: 202-225-6673
Fax: 202-225-3332

About The National Election Archive:
The National Election Data Archive has been organized for educational
and scientific purposes of promoting fair and accurate elections by
promoting public access to election records and data; and developing
technology and mathematical methods to detect any voter
disenfranchisement or vote count inaccuracy. Such methods include
independent manual vote count audits, exit poll discrepancy analysis,
and the public release and scientific analysis of election data along
with public release of election records necessary to verify the
integrity of elections. NEDA is a completely non-profit organization
that relies heavily on the donation of time by its volunteers, many of
whom are mathematicians who donate their time and expertise because of
their dedication to vote integrity and public service. The project
happily expects donations from the public and we truly appreciate the
generosity from citizens who are concerned about fair and free
elections in America. All donations are tax deductible. To make a
donation or become involved in the project, please visit

Thank You.

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