dear america your 2010 vote just got bought

September 25, 2009


flagFrom FreePress.Org

“Your election vote in the 2010 election has just been bought by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman.

“Unless US Attorney General Eric Holder intervenes, your electronic vote in 2010 will probably be owned by the Republican-connected ES&S Corporation. With 80% ownership of America’s electronic voting machines, ES&S could have the power to shape America’s future with a few proprietary keystrokes.

“ES&S has just purchased the voting machine division of the Ohio-based Diebold, whose role in fixing the 2004 presidential election for George W. Bush is infamous — ”


:::continue reading:::
:::contact attorney general eric holder:::


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4 Responses to “dear america your 2010 vote just got bought”

  1. max said

    BTW, if it will help having a sample letter, this is what I sent:

    Attorney General Eric Holder
    U.S. Department of Justice
    950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
    Washington, DC 20530-0001

    Dear Eric Holder:

    I am concerned as a United States citizen about the recent ES&S purchase of the voting machine division of Ohio-based Diebold.

    It is my belief only a transparent voting system based on hand-counted paper ballots can result in a reliable and democratic vote for the United States of America.

    With the recent ES&S purchase, Republican-connected ES&S Corporation, with 80% ownership of the United State’s electronic voting machines, now has the capability to shape the United State’s future election outcomes with a few proprietary keystrokes — and entirely derail the United State’s democratic process.

    As Attorney General, I hope you will take these concerns seriously and intervene in what is clearly a political conflict of interest and a dangerous precipice for the United States of America’s democratic system of government.

    All Best,

    Max Adams
    Los Angeles, California

  2. Stiletto said

    Go Max! I like how you included your websites, too! I wonder if there’s a public email address so he can get this quicker.

  3. hlaoroo said

    Don’t our Antitrust laws cover something like this? This sucks.

  4. max said

    Stil, there is an email address. Hit the contact address. That is how I sent it.

    Hlaroo, there is. Nobody is really paying attention to anti-trust laws lately.

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