National Voting Reform

National Voting Reform

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Robert Brake started this petition to Senator Roy Blunt and

The people of The United States have a confidence problem with their voting system.

The election process in this country has been called into question every year. The technology exists to prove, beyond any doubt, who voted and their eligibility. By using this technology, the legitimacy of elections would never be called into question again. The calculation of votes could take minutes, not thousands of man-hours. This technology is the basis of secure cryptocurrency and is at the base of the 4th industrial revolution happening globally. It is called Blockchain technology, a type of public database available on the internet. Once an entry is made to the Blockchain, it is permanent and always there for public record. We need an update to our voting system based on Blockchain technology instead of paper ballots.

Everyone who has a smartphone, a smart TV, a computer, or access to a public library or polling place would have the opportunity to vote securely. Many who do not believe in the legitimacy of the vote would again become active voters and lend their voice to the process.

No president, political party or local elected official should ever have the power to silence, exclude or change our vote. Please end the partisan tribalism and bring this country into 2021 with a current, immutable, and secure way for Americans to vote. 

We insist that you introduce and pass legislation that will enhance our current system with a verifiable public blockchain voting system. Help make the American voting system become the most secure, trusted and efficient system of its kind in the world.

Please add your voice to this petition. Share it and help make it visible to everyone in our nation. With your support, we can shape the process, bringing power back to the voters and citizens as one people. God bless the United States of America.

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