Time to Replace Shelby County Voting Machines 

Diebold machines are out-dated and easily hacked. It’s time to fix the problem.

Robert Meyers, chairman of the Shelby County Election Commission (SCEC), informed Memphis Rotarians, according to the August 7th edition of the Flyer, that I do not know what I am talking about when expressing concern about our continued use of Diebold Accuvote…

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