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Buy Viagra Online Professor Alan Dershowitz, Former Senator Birch Bayh (D-IN), John Nichols, Frank Fahrenkopf, Jr., Greg Palast, Dr. Mary Frances Berry, Dan Keating, Prof. Jamie Raskin, Judge Richard A. Posner, Prof. Jeff Rosen, Prof. Marci Hamilton, Vincent Bugliosi, Alan Colmes, Kimball Brace, Steven Hill,   Rep. Christopher Shays (R-CT), Rep. John Conyers (D-MI), Miles Rappaport, Cathy Cox (D-GA), Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ),   John Anderson, Kim Alexander, Prof. David Dill, Prof. Ted Selker, Hon. Mary Kiffmeyer (R-MN), Tom Wilkey, Assoc. Prof. Doug Jones, Jim Dickson, Wired News' Kim Zetter and more.

Vincent Bugliosi was a prosecutor for the L.A. County District Attorney's office. He successfully prosecuted 105 out of 106 felony jury trials, including twenty-one murder convictions without a single loss. His most famous trial was the Charles Manson case, which became the basis of his true crime classic, Helter Skelter, the biggest-selling true crime book in publishing history. The Betrayal of America dissects the majority opinion in Bush v Gore.

Mary Frances Berry is Chairperson of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights and the Geraldine R. Segal Professor of American Social Thought and Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Berry was the 1990-91 president of the Organization of American Historians. She served as the Assistant Secretary for Education in the U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare (HEW) from April 1977 until January 1980. and administered an annual budget of nearly $13 billion. Dr. Berry is author of The Pig Farmer's Daughter and Other Tales of American Justice: Episodes of Racism and Sexism in the Courts from 1865 to the Present.

Kim Alexander, Director of the California Voter Foundation, has published the California Online Voter Guide for every statewide election since 1994, and has been at the forefront of successful efforts to mandate electronic filing and Internet disclosure of California campaign finance data. She was named one of the "25 People Changing the World of the Internet and Politics" by Harvard University, the American Association of Political Consultants and Politics Online. CVF's web site, www.calvoter.org, won the prestigious Webby Award in 1999. Alexander's political experience included three years with California Common Cause, in the California State Capitol and political campaigns in the late 1980's and early 1990's.

Rep. John Conyers (D-MI) was re-elected in November 2002 to his 19th term in the U.S. House of Representatives. Elected in 1964, Mr. Conyers is the second most senior member in the House of Representatives and was elected by his congressional colleagues to lead the Democratic side of the pivotal House Committee on the Judiciary. Congressman Conyers was also a member of the Judiciary Committee in its 1974 hearings on the Watergate impeachment scandal and played a prominent role in the recent impeachment process, giving him the distinction as the only Judiciary Committee Member to have served on both panels.

Prof. Alan Dershowitz has been described by Newsweek as "the nation's most peripatetic civil liberties lawyer and one of its most distinguished defenders of individual rights." The youngest tenured professor in the History of Harvard Law School was introduced into popular culture through the Academy Award nominated adaptation of his book Reversal of Fortune. Supreme Injustice: How the High Court Hijacked Election 2000 was a New York Times bestseller.

Cathy Cox (D-GA) is serving her second term as Georgia’s Secretary of State, having first been elected in 1998. Cathy Cox is the first woman to serve as Georgia’s Secretary of State. Her initiative made Georgia the first state in America to deploy a modern, uniform electronic voting system in every county. The new touch screen system has won acclaim throughout the state and across the nation, and has made Georgia elections more accurate and more accessible to the disabled and visually impaired. From 1993 to 1996 Ms. Cox represented Miller, Seminole, Early and Decatur counties in the Georgia House of Representatives..

David L. Dill founded Verifiedvoting.org and set the tone, which is objective, well-researched, and non-partisan. He provides academic expertise on the subject of voting machines and computer science and is primary public spokesman for the group. Dill is a Professor of Computer Science and, by courtesy, Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. His primary research interests relate to the theory and application of formal verification techniques to system designs, including hardware, protocols, and software. Prof. Dill's Ph.D. thesis, "Trace Theory for Automatic Hierarchical Verification of Speed Independent Circuits" was named as a Distinguished Dissertation by ACM , and published as such by M.I.T. Press in 1988. .

Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ) earned his B.A. in Physics from Carleton College in Minnesota and completed his Master’s and Ph.D. at NYU. He was arms control expert at the U.S. State Department where he monitored the nuclear programs of countries such as Iraq, Iran, North Korea, and the former Soviet Union. From 1989 until he launched his 1998 congressional campaign, Holt was Assistant Director of the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.

Prof. Marci A. Hamilton of the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, Yeshiva University, is the founding Director of the Intellectual Property Law Program. She frequently advises Congress and state legislatures on the constitutionality of pending legislation and consults in cases before the United States Supreme Court. Professor Hamilton clerked for Associate Justice Sandra Day O'Connor of the United States Supreme Court.

Rep. Jesse L. Jackson, Jr was the 91st African American ever elected to Congress. He sits on the House Appropriations Committee, on the Subcommittee on Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Programs. His leadership created the National Center on Minority Health and Health Disparities at the National Institutes of Health in 2001. Representative Jackson has co-authored A More Perfect Union: Advancing New American Rights (2001) with Frank E. Watkins. He has also co-authored Legal Lynching II (2001), It's About the Money (1999) and Legal Lynching (1996).

John Nichols, The Nation's Washington correspondent, has covered progressive politics and activism in the United States and abroad for more than a decade. He has interviewed Bill Clinton, Al Gore, George Bush, Bill Bradley, John McCain and Patti Smith. He is the author, with Bob McChesney, of It's the Media, Stupid (Seven Stories), which features introductions by Ralph Nader, Barbara Ehrenreich and Paul Wellstone, and Jews for Buchanan, on the 2000 presidential election, published in November 2001 by New Press.

Greg Palast is a reporter for BBC Television and The Guardian of London and a columnist for the London Observer. Palast penned the NY Times bestseller, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy: An Investigative Reporter Exposes the Truth About Globalization, Corporate Cons and High Finance. Winner of the Financial Times David Thomas Prize in Europe, in the USA he's the "cult fave" (Village Voice), Guerrilla News Network's 2002 Reporter of the Year and the "journalist hero of the Internet" (Alan Colmes, Fox TV.

Judge Richard A. Posner clerked for Justice William J. Brennan Jr. and in 1981, President Reagan appointed him as a judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. He was the chief judge of the court from 1993 to 2000. Judge Posner is famous for the great number of books he has written including Economic Analysis of Law, The Economics of Justice, Law and Literature, Sex and Reason, Overcoming Law, The Federal Courts: Challenge and Reform, Law and Legal Theory in England and America, The Problematics of Moral and Legal Theory. Breaking the Deadlock investigates the crisis which precipitated Bush v Gore.

Jamin Raskin is a Professor of Constitutional Law at American University's Washington College of Law. His book We the Students: Supreme Court Cases For and About Students was sponsored by the Supreme Court Historical Society and published by CQ Press. He founded the Marshall-Brennan Fellowship Program at WCL which sends 60 upper-level law students to teach the "We the Students" constitutional literacy course in 20 public high schools in the Washington area. Overruling Democracy reflects the continuing momentum of a rightward swing and the antidemocratic thrust of the U.S. Supreme Court.

Professor Jeffrey Rosen teaches constitutional law, criminal procedure, and the law of privacy. His book, The Unwanted Gaze: The Destruction of Privacy in America (2001) was called by The New York Times "the definitive text to privacy perils in the digital age." His essay The Supreme Court Commits Suicide appeared in The New Republic, where he is the legal affairs editor.

Miles Rappaport, President of Demos, sets the agenda and oversees the management of the organization and fundraising efforts. Prior to assuming the helm at Demos, he served for ten years in the Connecticut legislature. In 1994, he was elected as Secretary of the State of Connecticut. .

Ted Selker heads the Media Lab's Context-Aware Computing group. His research has contributed to hundreds of products ranging from notebook computers to operating systems. Selker and his inventions have received more than 30 awards from publications including PC Magazine, Business Week, and BYTE. Selker is the author of 17 patents and 20 papers in refereed journals and conference proceedings.

Thomas Wilkey is former Executive Director of the New York State Board of Elections. Following the 2000 General Election, he was named to several national commissions to study election reform including those representing the National Association of Secretaries of State, National Association of Counties, Counsel of State Government, and the Election Center. Beginning in May 2001, the Federal Election Commission asked Wilkey to assist on the drafting of HAVA..

Sen. Birch Bayh Framer of the 26th and 27th Amendments.

Prof. David Greenberg writes the "History Lesson" column for Slate.com and teaches at Rutgers University. He is the author of Nixon's Shadow: The History of an Image.

Dan Keating
Database Editor, The Washington Post
1999 Pulitzer Prize Winner.

Hon. Mary Kiffmeyer
Minnesota Secretary of State (R )
2003 President, National Association of Secretaries of State.

Doug Jones
Associate Prof. of Computer Science, University of Iowa
Iowa Board of Examiners for Voting Machines.

Kim Zetter
Sets the standard for investigative journalism on the subject of electronic voting.
Wired News.

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