Skip to comments.Is this how foreign company infiltrated D.C. elections?
Posted on 01/21/2012 5:45:41 AM PST by tutstar
A U.S. elections officer who served in voting districts that partnered with a controversial online voting firm recently retired from his government position to work for the firm in question, the foreign-headquartered company SCYTL.
WND reported yesterday that SCYTL has faced questions about the security of its electronic voting technologies, which are now set to be deployed in 900 U.S. jurisdictions.
The firm already provides balloting for overseas U.S. military and civilian voting in nine states along with elections technologies in several districts.
Concerns have also been raised about SCYTLs ties to the Spanish government and to international venture capital firms. Also, SCYTL overseas Internet balloting in foreign countries worldwide.
In October, it was announced that Paul Stenbjorn, the executive director of the D.C. Board of Elections and Ethics, resigned from his position to take a job at SCYTL as director of U.S. operations.
(Excerpt) Read more at wnd.com ...
I’m going to vote today anyway, just in case my vote actually counts.
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