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Contributors to the Study

PARTICIPANTS IN THE JULY 2004 NRC WORKSHOP ON ELECTRONIC VOTING

Dick Thornburgh (workshop chair)

R. Michael Alvarez, California Institute of Technology

Faye Anderson, Consultant

Stephen Ansolabehere, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Henry Brady, University of California, Berkeley

Doug Chapin, Electionline.org

David Chaum, DigiCash Inc.

Kevin Chung, AVANTE International Technology, Inc.

Dana DeBeauvoir, Travis County, Texas

Jim Dickson, American Association of People with Disabilities

David L. Dill, Stanford University

Eric Fischer, Congressional Research Service

Susan Inman, Little Rock, Arkansas

Wendy Kellogg, IBM

Linda Lamone, State of Maryland

Martha Mahoney, University of Miami School of Law

Gary McIntosh, McIntosh Election Services

Sanford Morganstein, Populex Corporation

Ian Piper, Diebold, Inc.

Sharon Priest, The Downtown Partnership



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Asking the Right Questions About Electronic Voting C Contributors to the Study PARTICIPANTS IN THE JULY 2004 NRC WORKSHOP ON ELECTRONIC VOTING Dick Thornburgh (workshop chair) R. Michael Alvarez, California Institute of Technology Faye Anderson, Consultant Stephen Ansolabehere, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Henry Brady, University of California, Berkeley Doug Chapin, Electionline.org David Chaum, DigiCash Inc. Kevin Chung, AVANTE International Technology, Inc. Dana DeBeauvoir, Travis County, Texas Jim Dickson, American Association of People with Disabilities David L. Dill, Stanford University Eric Fischer, Congressional Research Service Susan Inman, Little Rock, Arkansas Wendy Kellogg, IBM Linda Lamone, State of Maryland Martha Mahoney, University of Miami School of Law Gary McIntosh, McIntosh Election Services Sanford Morganstein, Populex Corporation Ian Piper, Diebold, Inc. Sharon Priest, The Downtown Partnership

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Asking the Right Questions About Electronic Voting Ronald Rivest, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Scott Robertson, Drexel University Aviel Rubin, Johns Hopkins University Ted Selker, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Michael Shamos, Carnegie Mellon University Thomas Sheridan, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Joseph Smialowski, Fleet Boston Financial Peter Weinberger, Google Inc. John T. Willis, Bowie and Jensen BRIEFERS AND PRESENTERS TO THE COMMITTEE, DECEMBER 9, 2004 Jim Adler, VoteHere, Inc. Kim Alexander, California Voter Foundation Tom Auriemma, New Jersey State Division of Gaming Enforcement Ren Bucholz, Electronic Frontier Foundation Drew Dean, SRI Herb Deutsch, IEEE Committee on Voting Equipment Standards Rick Hasen, Loyola Law School David Jefferson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Douglas Jones, University of Iowa Linda Lamone, Maryland State Board of Elections Eric Lazarus, DecisionSmith Linda Lindberg, General Registrar, Arlington County Rebecca Mercuri, Association for Computing Machinery Peter Neumann, SRI Scott Scherer, Nevada Gaming Control Board Nancy Tate, League of Women Voters Dan Tokaji, Ohio State University Rebecca Vigil-Giron, New Mexico Secretary of State, National Association of Secretaries of State David Wagner, University of California, Berkeley BRIEFERS AND PRESENTERS TO THE COMMITTEE, APRIL 22, 2005 Neil McClure, Hart InterCivic Ron Rivest, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Asking the Right Questions About Electronic Voting LIST OF WHITE PAPERS RECEIVED BY THE COMMITTEE1 The Need for Transparent, Accountable, and Verifiable U.S. Elections, Kim Alexander, California Voter Foundation Privacy Issues in an Electronic Voting Machine, Arthur Keller, David Mertz, Joseph Lorenzo Hall, and Arnold Urken A PC-Based Open-Source Voting Machine with an Accessible Voter-Verifiable Paper Ballot, Arthur Keller et al., Open Voting Consortium Preliminary Analysis of E-Voting Problems Highlights Need for Heightened Standards and Testing, Deirdre Mulligan and Joseph Lorenzo Hall, University of California, Berkeley Electronic Voting Machines and the Standards-Setting Process, Eddan Katz and Rebecca Bolin, Yale University School of Law Illustrative Risks to the Public in the Use of Computer Systems and Related Technology, Excerpt: Election Problem Cases as of Novermber 25, 2004, Peter G. Neumann, SRI International Putting People First: The Importance of User-Centered Design and Universal Usability to Voting Systems, Sharon Laskowski, National Institute of Standards and Technology, and Whitney Quesenbery, Whitney Interactive Design LLC Accessibility and Auditability in Electronic Voting, Electronic Frontier Foundation Electronic Voting, David Dill and Will Doherty, Verified Voting Foundation Electronic Voting Machines in South Carolina, Duncan Buell and Carter Bays, University of South Carolina The Need for Usability of Electronic Voting Systems: Questions for Voters and Policy Makers, ACM Special Interest Group on Computer-Human Interaction (SIGCHI), U.S. Public Policy Committee Voting, Vote Capture and Vote Counting Symposium: Electronic Voting Best Practices, Jean Camp, Allan Friedman, and Warigia Bowman, Harvard University, John F. Kennedy School of Government Making Each Vote Count: A Research Agenda for Electronic Voting, report of a AAAS workshop on electronic voting, October 2004 Electronic Voting Systems: The Good, the Bad, and the Stupid, Barbara Simons 1   These papers are available in their entirety at http://www7.nationalacademies.org/cstb/project_evoting.html#papers.