Voting

  1. VoterInfo: A site to be built for all U.S. Elections, with actual examples of such sites. Co-Funding is needed to help build an organization to conscientiously produce comprehensive non partisan voter information covering all U.S. elections, local, state and National. That voter information should be available free through available delivery systems, such as the web.

    The organization should be run by a nonprofit organization (or even the government) with a board represented by the major political parties, and should have a nationally respected CEO. The operation should be operated under strict non partisan bylaws and have transparent policies.

    Such a project may need a full time staff of perhaps 50 to 75 people (depending in part on election cycles). Budget for the project could be $7.5m to $10m a year, with rolling three years of funding available, to protect the organization from emotions and power switches from the outcome of National elections, or other major events.

    If you have an interest in discussing or possibly helping with this project, please contact Steven C. Markoff.

  2. Ralph Nader and the Florida butterfly ballots’ probable impact on the 2000 US Presidential Election: A modest paper based primarily on math.