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    Posted May 6, 2014 by
    Lenexa, Kansas
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    This has been a twenty year personal journey to complete my vision of a "Chad free voting society"! Although all the hard work has been completed, I still need help with funding the production of my first EVoteTechnology Kiosk prototype to make my vision a reality.


    After the necessary funds are obtained, manufacturing of the prototype shall be completed within three months, in time to be available for the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.


    If there are any unexpected delays, updates shall be posted on Kickstarter and the solutions to those problems shared with backers along with new expected completion and availability dates.


    2. Development of mobile application software, I have a four (4) week  completion contract pending for my proprietary protocol for use in my  EVoteTechnology Kiosk from time of submission of my order.


    3.  Biometric security protocol platform selection, I have  selected Fujitsu PalmSecure Biometric palm vein scanner technology to be  incorporated into my biometric authentication system, I have a two (2)  week delivery guarantee from time of placement of my order.


    4.  Internet security protocol (IPv6) deployment, Major Internet service  providers (ISPs), home networking equipment manufacturers, and web  companies around the world united to redefine the global Internet and  permanently enable IPv6 for their products and services on 6 June 2012.


    5. Configuration of the EVoteTechnology Kiosk prototype - Biometric  Security -Palm Vein Authentication Profile Creator for registered  voters.


    Once I have all components for the EVoteTechnology Kiosk  prototype the final configuration of the unit shall be completed within  two weeks, after which an additional independent double blind trial  testing period, then made available for use at polling stations in the  2016 U.S. presidential election.














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