A public forum on transparency and accountability of the election system will be offered at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28, at Emporia First United Methodist Church.

Sponsored by the Emporia League of Women Voters, the event will feature Beth Clarkson, Chief Statistician at Wichita State University’s National Institute for Aviation Research.

Clarkson’s investigation into voting records began with the 2000 presidential election and includes voting data from Ohio in 2004 and recent elections in Kansas. Her analysis revealed possible tampering with voting machines and an election system that lacks transparency.

“I just want to know that our votes are being counted properly,” she said.

For additional information call 620-343-1072.


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