via Ross Levin at IPR:
The full story from the South Carolina Green Party:
Eugene Platt is doing great work in local government alerting people to the serious problems with SC’s electronic voting machines.
JAMES ISLAND — A day after engineering a “historic” vote by his fellow James Island Public Service District commissioners, Eugene Platt set his sights on a larger goal.
Platt on Tuesday urged James Island Town Council to adopt a resolution calling for South Carolina to replace its electronic touch-screen voting machines. The iVotronic machines, Platt contends, have many problems and voters have little confidence in vote counts they produce. He told council the JIPSD was the first elected body in the state to urge replacement of the machines, and the town could become the first municipality to do so.“I hope you will do something similar and start and statewide trend and get the attention of the state legislature,” Platt said.