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Congressional Research Service Biography

Position:
None Found to the question "Do Electronic Voting Machines Improve the Voting Process?"
Reasoning:

None found as of Aug. 29, 2007

Theoretical Expertise Ranking:
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Individuals and organizations that do not fit into the other star categories.
Description:

The Congressional Research Service is where Members of Congress turn for the nonpartisan research, analysis, and information they need to make informed decisions on behalf of the American people.

Mission:

Congress created CRS in order to have its own source of nonpartisan, objective analysis and research on all legislative issues. Indeed, the sole mission of CRS is to serve the United States Congress.

Other:
None found
Quoted in:
  1. What Is the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) and How Does It Relate to Electronic Voting Machines?
  2. Should Source Code for Electronic Voting Machines Be Publicly Available?
  3. What Alternatives to Electronic Voting Machines Are Currently Used in the United States?
  4. Does the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA) Mandate Voter Verified Paper Audit Trails?
  5. What Alternatives to Electronic Voting Machines Are Currently Used in the United States?
  6. Do Electronic Voting Machines Accurately Capture Voter Intent?
  7. Does the Help America Vote Act of 2002 in Effect Mandate the Use of Electronic Voting Machines?
  8. Is It Possible to Have a Meaningful Recount from an Electronic Voting Machine?
  9. Are Electronic Voting Systems Vulnerable to Hacking?
  10. What Alternatives to Electronic Voting Machines Are Currently Used in the United States?
  11. Do Electronic Voting Machines Provide More Rapid Results Than Other Types of Voting Systems?
  12. What Standards Are Used to Test Electronic Voting Machines?
  13. Do Electronic Voting Machines Accurately Capture Voter Intent?