There is a lot of misinformation about Georgia’s voting systems. The Secretary of State claims absolute confidence in the security of Georgia’s voting machines. No responsible official would do that. The technical center charged with administering the software and systems claims it is not accessible from the Internet. It was hacked. Intruders were able access sensitive systems. County election officials believe that Diebold touch screen voting machines contain copies of the completed ballots. They do not. Georgians who worry out loud about the safety of our voting systems are ignored or worse. But the National Security Agency says we have a right to be worried.
This site is aimed at educating Georgia’s voters about the risks associated with our voting systems and will try to hold elected officials accountable for their misleading and untrue remarks. They think we are stupid. We’re not.