EAC and End of Life for Dominion Software in Dakota County, Minnesota

The United States Election Assistance Commission provides certifications for election systems used throughout the country, including Dominion.

This afternoon the EAC begins considering end of life. In other words…

When should systems be decertified?

When should a system no longer be supported?

With that background, I invite you to watch the following short video from today’s Dakota County Commissioners meeting for Rick Weible’s comments.

A few days later, Rick Weible also explained the significance of the Elecation Assistance Commission Certifications.

Prior to Rick Weible (at the Dakota County Commissioners meeting), Heidi spoke representing a growing group of people in Dakota County; she brought a resolution regarding ballot boards, requesting that the resolution be added to the next meeting’s agenda. (She speaks at 10m05s in this video, from the Dakota County website.)

Relevant Links:

EAC Report DVS 4.14-E Final Cert 7.2.2015

Election Assistance Commission Certifications (Chris Sankey & Rick Weible)

Video of County Commissioner Meeting
10m05s - Resolution on Ballot Boards: 10m05s
12m57s - Election Assistance Commission (EAC) Certification for Dominion and End of Life

Upcoming Dakota County meetings

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