Tom Wilkey

Executive Director of the US Election Assistance Commission

Guest

Executive Director of the US Election Assistance Commission, which was founded after the Help America Vote Act was passed in 2002, to develop voluntary voting-system guidelines

Tom Wilkey on KCRW

After Florida’s
contested presidential election in 2000, Congress mandated a transition to
electronic voting.    In 2004, new
technology caused confusion and controversy, as…

The Integrity of the Ballot Box

After Florida’s contested presidential election in 2000, Congress mandated a transition to electronic voting.   In 2004, new technology caused confusion and controversy, as…

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After Florida's contested presidential election in 2000, Congress mandated a transition to electronic voting.  In 2004, new technology caused confusion and controversy, as hundreds of…

The Integrity of the Ballot Box

After Florida's contested presidential election in 2000, Congress mandated a transition to electronic voting.  In 2004, new technology caused confusion and controversy, as hundreds of…

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