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As The BRAD BLOG reported in 2009, DeGregorio immediately used his former position as "America's Chief election official" in a cheesy video sales pitch for the firm, to help push their insecure and un-overseeable Internet Voting scheme to a still-unsuspecting, and still dreadfully under-informed American public.
Neverthess, if only all decisions were as overseeable as the ones constructed for lab purposes, we'd be closer to solve the basic primitiveness of the human mind.
Waukesha County, Wisconsin (adjacent to Milwaukee) will realize how completely insane it is to allow one person, County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus (R), to have complete, unfettered, un-observable, un-overseeable control of such public information, and are willing to do something about it.
We also hope that they, and those on the Right who now join them as new converts to the very same concerns that Election Integrity advocates have been expressing for years, will soon come to appreciate the only legitimate solution to these concerns that we've been able to come across in our many years of covering this issue: fully transparent, citizen-overseeable, precinct-based hand-counting of voter-marked paper ballots, as described in our recent OpEd,