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- Linda Lamone Administrator of elections, State of Maryland
- Lawrence Norden Associate counsel, the Brennan Center, NYU School of Law
- Michael Shamos Professor, School of Computer Science, co-director, Institute of eCommerce, and director, Universal Library at Carnegie Mellon University
- Aviel Rubin Professor, computer science, Johns Hopkins University and author of a forthcoming book, "Brave New Ballot: The Battle to Safeguard Democracy in the Age of Electronic Voting"
- Congressman Thomas Davis, III R, Virginia, 11 District, 6th term
- Lowell Finley Election law attorney and co-director, Voter Action
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