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  • NYSAC Policy Brief on HAVA funding [~3.7mb] prepared for county legislators. The last two pages of this report chart voter registration and HAVA funding for lever machine replacement county by county.

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  • Voter Confidence and Increased Accessibility Act of 2003 (H.R. 2239) , introduced into the United States House of Representatives in May 2003, is an amendment to HAVA and requires voting computers to provide open-source software and a voter-verified paper audit trail. With 30 cosponsors, it still remains in the Committee on House Administrations. If it were passed, we would have the reasonable solution required by federal law.
  • Analysis of an Electronic Voting System , by Tadayoshi Kohno, Adam Stubblefield, Aviel D. Rubin and Dan Wallach, was released July 24, 2003. The first three authors are at Johns Hopkins University; Wallach is at Rice). The authors have done a security analysis of Diebold code that was downloaded from an open FTP site earlier this year. While the paper is technical, significant portions of it can be read easily by a non-computer scientist.
  • How to Build a Fraudulent Voting Machine , by Steve Chessin. This brief, readable paper describes how to design a fraudulent voting machine that evades detection by the Independent Testing Authorities and local logic and accuracy tests.

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