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Warren Stewart Biography

Policy Director - Editor of
Con to the question "Do Electronic Voting Machines Improve the Voting Process?"

“Many states have already come to the conclusion that a paper ballot voting system – with ballots either counted by hand or with optical scanners – is not only more accurate and reliable but it is also significantly less expensive… innovative ballot-marking devices and other systems have allowed 17 entire states and jurisdictions in another 16 states to retain paper ballot systems while still providing voters with disabilities and language minority voters with the opportunity to cast their votes privately and independently.”

“Peoria Should Talk About Voting Machines,” The Community World, May 1, 2007

Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Policy Director – Editor,, 2005 – present
  • Music Conductor and Artistic Director, Magnificat Music Ensemble, San Francisco, 1992 – present
  • Testified before the Election Assistance Commission and the U. S. House and Senate
  • Contributor, Harvard Law and Policy Review
  • Washington Spectator
  • Musicology, Stanford University
  • Early Music Performance, Schola Cantorum, Switzerland
  • Violoncello, Royal Danish Music Conservatory, Denmark
  • Violoncello, Eastman School of Music
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Quoted in:
  1. Are Electronic Voting Machines the Best Way to Provide Access to Language Minorities?