A few months ago, Rolling Stone magazine published an excellent (although grim) article by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., in which he explored the possibility that the 2004 election was stolen in Ohio. [Read it.]
Now, in its October 5th issue, Rolling Stone is following up with another Kennedy article that explores another aspect of the voting crisis - hackable voting machines with no paper trail. [Read the new piece.]
The right to vote is at the center of our democracy. But our votes will count only if they are accurately counted.
Most Americans wouldn't dream of making a store purchase without obtaining a receipt. Isn't your vote more important than anything you can buy in a store?