Apr 01, 1998 07:38 AM
by M K Ramadoss
At 09:49 AM 4/1/98 -0500, Bart wrote:
>M K Ramadoss wrote:
>> MKR: This is issue is a very serious matter. It goes to the heart of the
>> integrity of election process. Even a linger doubt can do serious harm to
>> any organization. So any price is worth paying.
>> country. So the cost issue should not be a deterrent or an excuse for not
>> implementing it.
> Perhaps the members of ACT can even suggest a firm to do the audit, with an
>estimated price. That's all I really suggested.
The intent is not an audit which is after the fact.
>> Also if there is a member of TSA whose firm is willing to do it pro bono,
>> then cost would be a non-issue.
> I think if a TSA member does it, then it doesn't count as an audit. The
>is to have a disinterested party do the ballot counting.
The intent is to use a CPA Firm. Even a financial audit can be done by a CPA
firm and even if it is pro-bono and there is no conflict of interest. This
is very well established all over the country.
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