Movie Producer Penny Little Comes to San Jose to Finalize Filming of "Electile Dysfunction"

 
On Saturday, March 26th at 2:00PM at the St. James Senior Center in San Jose, speakers, musicians, and concerned citizens will meet to discuss problems that occurred with the voting machines that were used in the last presidential election, and to "plan actions to get an open, secure, and accurate voting system in place for the future." Penny Little, the producer and director of the movie “Electile Dysfunction” will be there, camera in hand, to film activists, organizers, and members of the general public. Emily Levy, the Project Coordinator of the Richard Hayes Philips project, which discovered many of the 2004 election anomalies in Ohio, will be speaking, along with Peter Drekmeier of the Bay Area Coalition for Election Reform, and Jim March, board member of Black Box Voting.org group. Alan Dechert, who is president and founder of the Open Voting Consortium, will speak about the Consortium’s open voting system. Clips from the movies “Votergate” and Little’s most recent version of her film “Electile Dysfunction" will be shown, and political singer Laramie Crocker will perform. Read More | Indybay's Government Page

On Saturday, March 26th at 2:00PM at the St. James Senior Center in San Jose, speakers, musicians, and concerned citizens will meet to discuss problems that occurred with the voting machines that were used in the last presidential election, and to "plan actions to get an open, secure, and accurate voting system in place for the future." Penny Little, the producer and director of the movie “Electile Dysfunction” will be there, camera in hand, to film activists, organizers, and members of the general public. Emily Levy, the Project Coordinator of the Richard Hayes Philips project, which discovered many of the 2004 election anomalies in Ohio, will be speaking, along with Peter Drekmeier of the Bay Area Coalition for Election Reform, and Jim March, board member of Black Box Voting.org group. Alan Dechert, who is president and founder of the Open Voting Consortium, will speak about the Consortium’s open voting system. Clips from the movies “Votergate” and Little’s most recent version of her film “Electile Dysfunction" will be shown, and political singer Laramie Crocker will perform. Read More | Indybay's Government Page

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