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Want to Hack a Voting Machine?



Now is your chance to learn how. Or—as the Utah League of Women Voters would have it—learn how to prevent voting fraud.

The Utah League has imported two election “integrity” experts for its state convention this weekend and is inviting the general public to attend film screening and discussion with the experts on Sunday.

Alice Steiner, league co-president, describes guest speaker Jim March, as “a computer tech Libertarian turned documentary filmmaker who overturned election results on a bond and overthrew the Attorney General of Arizona.”

March will present the documentary film  Fatally Flawed, scheduled to be shown Sunday, May 17, at 3:30 p.m. at the First Unitarian Church, 569 South and 1300 East. The film tells the story of an investigation by March and others of alleged election rigging in Pima County, AZ.

Also on hand for a discussion following the film will be Paul Lehto, a legal scholar turned election activist who has written extensively on the Bush V. Gore case that decided the 200 election.