Cleveland, Here I Come!
Joan Brunwasser, Voting Integrity Editor, OpEdNews
September 26, 2006

I’m getting ready for the We Count 2006 conference for fair elections in Cleveland this weekend. I’m thrilled about meeting a number of people that I’ve only had cyber-contact with, up till now. The conference has so many outstanding speakers (among them Mark Crispin Miller, Bev Harris, Steven Freeman, Bob Fitrakis, Harvey Wasserman, Lynn Landes, Paul Lehto and Bob Koehler, my traveling companion), my head is reeling and I haven’t even left the Chicago city limits.

As you might imagine, the subject of the conference is dear to my heart. The following excerpt is from their website Read this and tell me it doesn’t sound fabulously interesting. What could possibly be more relevant and timely with November just around the corner?

Conference Objectives

EDUCATE: We will warn conference participants about the dangers of electronic voting machines, the privatization of elections and the many other ways that the will of the people has been, and will continue to be, subverted…unless we act.
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