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Thursday, June 30, 2005

Public Meeting

09:30 AM - 05:00 PM New York Marriott Marquis
1535 Broadway, 16th Floor Sky Lobby
New York, NY, 10036

(212) 398-1900

The Commission will receive reports on the following: Title II Requirements Payments; Proposed Voluntary Voting System Guidelines; Statewide Voter Registration List Guidance and updates on other administrative matters.The Commission will conduct a public hearing on the proposed voluntary voting system guidelines. The commission will receive presentations regarding the proposed guidelines from representatives of testing laboratories and equipment vendors.

Panel 1: Testing Laboratories’ Perspectives on the proposed Voluntary Voting System Guidelines
  • Joe Hazeltine, Senior Director, Eastern Test Operations, Wyle Laboratories

  • Carolyn Coggins, Director of ITA Operations, SysTest Labs, LLC

Panel 2: Presentations from Vendors regarding the proposed Voluntary Voting System Guidelines
  • John Groh, President, ES&S International (To Be Posted)

  • Jim Adler, CEO, Vote Here (To Be Posted)

  • Alfie Charles, Vice-President of Business Development, Sequoia Voting Systems

  • Dennis Vadura, CEO, AccuPoll, Inc. (To Be Posted)

Panel 3: Voter Verified Paper Audit Trails (VVPAT): Perspectives on proposed VVPAT testing guidelines
  • Peter Kosinski, Chief State Election Official, NY (To Be Posted)

  • Harvard Lomax, Clark County Registrar of Voters, NV

  • Jim Dickson, Vice-President for Governmental Affairs, American Association for People with Disabilities (AAPD) (To Be Posted)

  • Aviel Rubin, Professor, Johns Hopkins University


Export to Outlook Related Events: Documents:
Sunshine Notice
Testimony - Joe Hazeltine
Testimony - Carolyn Coggins
Testimony - Alfie Charles
Testimony - Havard Lomax
Testimony - Aviel Rubin