If a vote falls in a ballot box, but there’s no one there to see it – does it count? Marian Schneider, President of Verified Voting, explains why so many of our national voting systems have absolutely no way of being audited. Digital technology has been a wonderful boon for this world, but when it comes to something as fundamental to democracy as casting a vote, you simply must have a physical record that you can verify by hand if necessary. It may already be too late for the 2018 midterm elections, but we simply must have this fixed for 2020. We’ll tell you how you can get involved and make a real difference. This is a non-partisan issue that affects us all.
As the President of Verified Voting, Marian Schneider brings a strong grounding in the legal and constitutional elements governing voting rights and elections, as well as experience in election administration at the state level. Immediately before becoming President of Verified Voting, Marian served as Special Advisor and Deputy Secretary for Elections and Administration, to Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf. Marian received her J.D. from The George Washington University, where she was a member of the Law Review, and earned her B.A. degree cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania.
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