Please see below for an important update from Election Integrity Maryland:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 26, 2013
North Potomac, MD. Election Integrity Maryland (EIM) President, Cathy Kelleher, today responded to the Washington Post’s article, Maryland’s proposed online ballot system called vulnerable to cyberattack.
“There is an inherent danger in adopting online voting. Government, media, banking institutions, corporations and even the Pentagon have proven to be vulnerable to cyberattacks. We should not be quick to expose the integrity of our voting system to such attacks.”
Kelleher further warned: “The introduction of online voting and same - day voting will ultimately lead to universal voting, which would jeopardize free and fair elections.”
What is universal voter registration? Author John Fund has described it as follows:
[Universal voter registration] means all of the state laws on elections will be overridden by a federal mandate. The feds will tell the states: ‘take everyone on every list of welfare that you have, take everyone on every list of unemployed you have, take everyone on every list of property owners, take everyone on every list of driver’s license holders and register them to vote regardless of whether they want to be . . .