Tom Wilkey

Executive Director of the US Election Assistance Commission

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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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