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Other candidates include former State Rep. Dee Dawkins-Haigler and former U. Hadley almost immediately responded. His answers are as follows: What is your position on SB — new voting machines and law?
Our current voting machines are sorely outdated and no longer supported in software or hardware. Also SB will allow for an unverifiable voting system which is what we have now with the current machines.
The system turns our votes into a barcode before scanning. No one could read it and tell for sure that the barcode actually contains my vote. I want a system that scans my vote not a translation of my vote.
Finally, SB has stripped down the stronger risk-level auditing provisions from earlier bills. Auditing supports high voter confidence and should be in place for all elections at all levels.
What is your position on automatic voter registration? I support all initiatives that will bring more voters into the election process. Other states have shown that strong AVR where voters have to opt-out of automatic registration directly correlates to higher voter participation rates.
Do you support same-day voter registration? Same-day registration reduces voter confusion and frustration around strict registration deadlines.
States that employ same day registration enjoy higher voter participation rates. What additional ideas do you have to increase voter registration and participation? I want to strengthen relationships and partnerships with other state agencies that will help reach underrepresented populations like the Department of Education, Department of Driver Services, and Board of Pardons and Paroles.
How do you intend to provide for voter registration opportunities for homeless people? There needs to be stronger collaboration with the non-profits that service this population in terms of voter education.
Also, there will need to be legislation in place that allow a non-profit to sponsor homeless voters for the purposes of establishing location. Voting is an opportunity to reconnect thousands of homeless citizens across Georgia with society. Any discussion around solutions is worth having. What is your position on voter roll purges?
Voter roll maintenance is required by federal law and serve to reduce administrative costs for local governments. However, the Office needs to constantly monitor its tactics to ensure the least number of eligible voters are disenfranchised.
Claims of widespread voter fraud have not been substantiated and are used to put forward overly stringent voter purges. Knowing how many people are turned away from the polls each cycle is an important statistic that is not currently captured.
What is your position on ballot access for third party and independent candidates? Our current leadership seems mostly interested in limiting the number of voters who can exercise their right to vote. That is not democracy in my view.A fact-filled, illustrated website about the history of department stores created by Jan Whitaker, a social historian who has authored a book on American department stores.
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