Dutchess Public Hearing on Voting Machines – Tomorrow
Citizens: This Is Your Chance To Be Heard By Policymakers!
A public hearing sponsored by State Assemblyman Joel M. Miller will be held. The focus of the hearing is on the issue of voting machines and HAVA. The discussion will take place in the town of Fishkill at the Town Hall at 6PM. We will discuss the pros and cons of the different machines, the costs and technology involved, and the process of certifying and choosing a machine that’s right for New York State and Dutchess County. Residents can call Assemblyman Miller’s office at (845) 463-1625 for updates and information.
Expected to attend are State Assemblymen Joel Miller, State Assemblymen Kevin Cahill, State Assemblymen Pat Manning and a representative of State Senator Steve Saland. Bob Brim, Deputy Director of Public Information at the the NYS Board of Elections. Both Ducthess County election commissioners will be present.
Machine vendors currently seeking federal and state certification are expected to give formal demonstrations of their touch screen and optical scan equipment.
State Assemblymen Joel Miller
For questions or directions, please contact Rachel Johnson at Assemblyman Joel Miller’s Office (845) 463-1635 or millerj[at]assembly.state.ny.us
This is a non-partisan, educational event. All are welcome. Spread the Word! Be heard!
When: Thursday, March 2, 2006 6:00 PM
Where:Fishkill Town Hall, Fishkill, NY
Residents can call Assemblyman Miller’s office at (845) 463-1635 for updates and information. This event is free and open to the public.
Regards, Vicky P.