Since the 2000 Presidential elections, it is an issue that hasbeen addressed, and the experts are talking about it.
With more than 130 million Americans already registered to vote,the November elections is touted as possibly the biggestPresidential election in history.
No one wants to have a situation like what happened inFlorida in 2000 with questions about voting.
That is why this panel of election experts have assembled totalk about problems before they arise.
Rosemary Rodriguez of U.S. Election Assistance Commission saidthe EAC was formed after the Florida 2000 PresidentialElection.
Rosemary Rodriguez is at The LBJ School of Public Affairsrepresenting a federal agency that establishes voting systemguidelines.
"What our message is for local governments to make sure youproperly store your equipment," said Rodriguez. "You properlycalibrate it before you put it out in the field."
Travis County's Chief Election Officer was among the panelist,letting the small, but interested audience know, the testingprocess has already begun.
"We don't trust anything, we test," Dana DeBeauvoir, TravisCounty Clerk. "We do hash co-testing, parallel monitoring andlogic and accuracy testing. Then, we do post a lot of auditelection testing. "
Each panelist discussed and suggested ways to resolve problemsbefore election day.
The deadline to registered to vote in the upcoming presidentialelection is Monday, Oct. 6.
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