Home and Facility Voting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 10, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support of Home and Facility Voting

Scope

It is the right and entitlement of any registered citizen to be able to have the opportunity to vote during election time. However, if one is handicapped or without transportation to get to and from the polling places, that legal right or opportunity will cease to exist.

Problem

When transportation and mobility for those who are elderly or unable to get to and from a place to vote because of physical handicap become unavailable, then how do these people get the chance to vote? When a person is without assistance and requires help in getting to and from because of limited transportation services available those that require help may have to forego the chance to vote.  Voting facilities may not have readily available transportation for all those in wheelchairs and who use other devices to travel themselves around in. As a result these people become dependent on family, friends or other residents of a neighborhood to assist them. Which may result in an inconvience and long wait times which may be unhealthy for those even when traveling by bus, and it may become expensive if they have to take a taxi. So how do people who have physical limitations get the opportunity they so deserve to vote?

Home and Facility Voting

By implementing and legalizing home and facility voting any one who has a handicap, or transportation issue concerning physical inability to get to a polling place to vote will be able to vote from inside their own home or living care facility. In order to be eligible all you have to do is contact the voter registration in your area and complete a form for permission to vote from your home or care facility. Once this is done and you are approved you will be sent a log in to vote from a computer either in your home or care facility. All you then need to do on the day of election is to access the voter website for your state and county and input your login, you then vote and press send. Your information is confidential and by your login information, those results will be automatically sent to the polling place you would have gone to if you had transportation. Your logon will match your name and address at the polling place once you sign on for verification and your vote will be electronicaly tabulated along with the rest of the votes.

With the use of this method, a person with a physical  or handicap issue will no longer have to worry about transportation in order to be able to vote. All you do is access the website, enter your passcode and vote. All ballots, votes ect. get sent to your polling place and are electronically tabulated. No one will know who you voted for, you or the person voting this way is just counted as one who voted in any election as normal.


Dated: October 10, 2010                       A. Sadiq                     
                                                          On Behalf of Pieces



 



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Home and Facility Voting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 10, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support of Home and Facility Voting

Scope

It is the right and entitlement of any registered citizen to be able to have the opportunity to vote during election time. However, if one is handicapped or without transportation to get to and from the polling places, that legal right or opportunity will cease to exist.

Problem

When transportation and mobility for those who are elderly or unable to get to and from a place to vote because of physical handicap become unavailable, then how do these people get the chance to vote? When a person is without assistance and requires help in getting to and from because of limited transportation services available those that require help may have to forego the chance to vote.  Voting facilities may not have readily available transportation for all those in wheelchairs and who use other devices to travel themselves around in. As a result these people become dependent on family, friends or other residents of a neighborhood to assist them. Which may result in an inconvience and long wait times which may be unhealthy for those even when traveling by bus, and it may become expensive if they have to take a taxi. So how do people who have physical limitations get the opportunity they so deserve to vote?

Home and Facility Voting

By implementing and legalizing home and facility voting any one who has a handicap, or transportation issue concerning physical inability to get to a polling place to vote will be able to vote from inside their own home or living care facility. In order to be eligible all you have to do is contact the voter registration in your area and complete a form for permission to vote from your home or care facility. Once this is done and you are approved you will be sent a log in to vote from a computer either in your home or care facility. All you then need to do on the day of election is to access the voter website for your state and county and input your login, you then vote and press send. Your information is confidential and by your login information, those results will be automatically sent to the polling place you would have gone to if you had transportation. Your logon will match your name and address at the polling place once you sign on for verification and your vote will be electronicaly tabulated along with the rest of the votes.

With the use of this method, a person with a physical  or handicap issue will no longer have to worry about transportation in order to be able to vote. All you do is access the website, enter your passcode and vote. All ballots, votes ect. get sent to your polling place and are electronically tabulated. No one will know who you voted for, you or the person voting this way is just counted as one who voted in any election as normal.


Dated: October 10, 2010                       A. Sadiq                     
                                                          On Behalf of Pieces



 



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Home and Facility Voting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 10, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support of Home and Facility Voting

Scope

It is the right and entitlement of any registered citizen to be able to have the opportunity to vote during election time. However, if one is handicapped or without transportation to get to and from the polling places, that legal right or opportunity will cease to exist.

Problem

When transportation and mobility for those who are elderly or unable to get to and from a place to vote because of physical handicap become unavailable, then how do these people get the chance to vote? When a person is without assistance and requires help in getting to and from because of limited transportation services available those that require help may have to forego the chance to vote.  Voting facilities may not have readily available transportation for all those in wheelchairs and who use other devices to travel themselves around in. As a result these people become dependent on family, friends or other residents of a neighborhood to assist them. Which may result in an inconvience and long wait times which may be unhealthy for those even when traveling by bus, and it may become expensive if they have to take a taxi. So how do people who have physical limitations get the opportunity they so deserve to vote?

Home and Facility Voting

By implementing and legalizing home and facility voting any one who has a handicap, or transportation issue concerning physical inability to get to a polling place to vote will be able to vote from inside their own home or living care facility. In order to be eligible all you have to do is contact the voter registration in your area and complete a form for permission to vote from your home or care facility. Once this is done and you are approved you will be sent a log in to vote from a computer either in your home or care facility. All you then need to do on the day of election is to access the voter website for your state and county and input your login, you then vote and press send. Your information is confidential and by your login information, those results will be automatically sent to the polling place you would have gone to if you had transportation. Your logon will match your name and address at the polling place once you sign on for verification and your vote will be electronicaly tabulated along with the rest of the votes.

With the use of this method, a person with a physical  or handicap issue will no longer have to worry about transportation in order to be able to vote. All you do is access the website, enter your passcode and vote. All ballots, votes ect. get sent to your polling place and are electronically tabulated. No one will know who you voted for, you or the person voting this way is just counted as one who voted in any election as normal.


Dated: October 10, 2010                       A. Sadiq                     
                                                          On Behalf of Pieces



 



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Home and Facility Voting

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, October 10, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES

Memorandum In Support of Home and Facility Voting

Scope

It is the right and entitlement of any registered citizen to be able to have the opportunity to vote during election time. However, if one is handicapped or without transportation to get to and from the polling places, that legal right or opportunity will cease to exist.

Problem

When transportation and mobility for those who are elderly or unable to get to and from a place to vote because of physical handicap become unavailable, then how do these people get the chance to vote? When a person is without assistance and requires help in getting to and from because of limited transportation services available those that require help may have to forego the chance to vote.  Voting facilities may not have readily available transportation for all those in wheelchairs and who use other devices to travel themselves around in. As a result these people become dependent on family, friends or other residents of a neighborhood to assist them. Which may result in an inconvience and long wait times which may be unhealthy for those even when traveling by bus, and it may become expensive if they have to take a taxi. So how do people who have physical limitations get the opportunity they so deserve to vote?

Home and Facility Voting

By implementing and legalizing home and facility voting any one who has a handicap, or transportation issue concerning physical inability to get to a polling place to vote will be able to vote from inside their own home or living care facility. In order to be eligible all you have to do is contact the voter registration in your area and complete a form for permission to vote from your home or care facility. Once this is done and you are approved you will be sent a log in to vote from a computer either in your home or care facility. All you then need to do on the day of election is to access the voter website for your state and county and input your login, you then vote and press send. Your information is confidential and by your login information, those results will be automatically sent to the polling place you would have gone to if you had transportation. Your logon will match your name and address at the polling place once you sign on for verification and your vote will be electronicaly tabulated along with the rest of the votes.

With the use of this method, a person with a physical  or handicap issue will no longer have to worry about transportation in order to be able to vote. All you do is access the website, enter your passcode and vote. All ballots, votes ect. get sent to your polling place and are electronically tabulated. No one will know who you voted for, you or the person voting this way is just counted as one who voted in any election as normal.


Dated: October 10, 2010                       A. Sadiq                     
                                                          On Behalf of Pieces



 



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