Product Development Manager at Election Systems and Software (ES&S)
Pro to the question "Do Electronic Voting Machines Improve the Voting Process?"
"I really feel that public misconception of the use of voting machines in elections and therefore their distrust of elections is as big a problem as attempting to improve the standards to improve voting system security... Somehow we need to reverse this public perception to reflect the reality that elections are conducted correctly, but do have occasional human error issues, and restore confidence in the elections process."
Experts Election officials, people with post-graduate degrees in a computer or political science, JD's, Members of Congress, or elected officials with significant involvement in, or related to, electronic voting machine issues. [Note: Experts definition varies by site.]
Involvement and Affiliations:
Product Development Manager, ES&S and predecessor companies (an electronic voting machine manufacturer), 1976-present
Chairman, Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) P1583 Working Group for development of a Voting Systems Standard, 2001-present
Developed first Direct Recording Electronic Voting Machine, the Video Voter, 1975
Recipient of 11 patents, including several on voting systems
IBM Outstanding Invention Award
MA, Electronic and Electrical Engineering, School unknown, 1961