Tell Congress to Pass the Emergency Paper Ballot Mandate of 2006

people have signed – see totals by state and Congressional District.

In primaries in Ohio, Maryland, California and numerous states across this nation, Electronic Voting Machines have caused serious problems at the polls, resulting in long lines, voters turned way from their polling places, and uncounted or miscounted votes. We must act now to ensure that every eligible voter can cast a ballot that counts on November 7.

Because our representatives in Washington are not addressing this threat to our democracy, netroots activists have drafted the Let America Vote Act: Emergency Paper Ballot Mandate of 2006.

This simple piece of proposed legislation mandates every voting jursidiction make available emergency paper ballots for the November 7, 2006 general election. These paper ballots will not be provisional ballots but regular ballots. They can be used by any voter who requests one - and will be used by every voter in the event of voting machine faliure. These emergency paper ballot votes must be counted immediately upon the close of polls.

Constituent infoThe form below is blank because you are not logged in to If you have a account, you can login to retrieve your name and address from past petitions. If not, simply complete the form below. Thanks for your support!

The question is: "Should Congress Pass the Emergency Paper Ballot Mandate of 2006?".

This petition will submit your Yes vote.

This is an important section. Your members of Congress want to know what you think. All comments should be appropriately respectful and in acceptable taste. The way to have maximum impact is by sending voting invitations to as many of your fellow constituents as possible and encourage them to make their voices heard also.
List of email addresses separated by commas or new lines.
Powered by The People's Email Network, subject to their own terms and conditions.