] The core of our American democracy, members, is the right
] to vote. And implicit in that right is the notion that
] that vote be private, that vote be secure, and that vote
] be counted as it was intended when it was cast by the
] voter. I think what we're encountering is a pivotal
] moment in our democracy where all that is being called
] into question the privacy of the vote, the
] security of the vote, and the accuracy of the vote. It
] troubles me, and it should trouble you.
After a lengthy discussion with my grandmother who has worked the polls of every election for the past 45 years I was doing some research and ran across this quote by Kevin Shelley (CA secretary of state).