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Invisible Ballots (2004)

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Invisible Ballots is an in-depth exposé of all-electronic computerized voting. This documentary presents a compelling case for requiring our election officials to provide a paper receipt or "paper trail" for all voting machines.

Director:

William Gazecki
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Credited cast:
Kim Alexander Kim Alexander ... Herself
David Allen David Allen ... Himself - Computer Technician
Bruce Bradley Bruce Bradley ... Himself
David L. Dill David L. Dill ... Himself (as Prof. David Dill Ph.D.)
G. Edward Griffin G. Edward Griffin ... Himself
Bev Harris Bev Harris ... Herself
Rush Holt Rush Holt ... Himself (as Rep. Rush Holt)
Lynne Landes Lynne Landes ... Herself
Rebecca Mercuri Rebecca Mercuri ... Herself (as Prof. Rebecca Mercuri Ph.D.)
Avi Rubin Avi Rubin ... Himself (as Avi Rubin Ph.D.)
Roy Saltman Roy Saltman ... Himself
Kim Zetter Kim Zetter ... Herself
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Invisible Ballots is an in-depth exposé of all-electronic computerized voting. This documentary presents a compelling case for requiring our election officials to provide a paper receipt or "paper trail" for all voting machines.

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A temptation for electronic vote fraud.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 April 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$35,000 (estimated)
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American Media See more »
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Color
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Solid introduction to election integrity issues
27 August 2006 | by alanf999See all my reviews

This is a solid introduction to election integrity issues in the age of paperless electronic voting, and more comprehensive than the similar "Votergate" (to be renamed "Hacked"). Scary stuff, but information that should be confronted rather than ignored. It should motivate viewers to read up on election integrity (search for "election integrity" on the web), join election integrity organizations, and demand a commitment from political candidates and officeholders.

The experts interviewed in the film were well-prepared and had interesting things to say. There were no camera tricks or loud music to distract from the information presented.


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