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2016 | Documentary | 83 min
Wednesday, Jan 25, 2017 7:00 PM
Part of the Science on Screen series
Plays Wednesday, January 25 at 7 PM. Part of the Science on Screen FIlm Series. The film will be followed by a brief presentation by J. Alex Halderman, PhD., Professor of Computer Science and Engineering and Director of the Center for Computer Security and Society at the University of Michigan.

An unknown South Carolina candidate inexplicably wins his U.S. Senate primary in a landslide, despite never having campaigned. Filmmaker Jason Grant Smith sets out on a personal odyssey to expose the loopholes and pitfalls of our electoral system. On the way, he opens a Pandora's box of questions about America's voting process.

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Admission Adult - $10.00
Admission Student w/ Valid ID - $8.00
Admission Senior (65 +) - $8.00
Admission Veterans/Active Duty - $8.00
Admission Child (under 12) - $8.00

 
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It is Election Day. We mark our ballots and away they disappear for counting - tallied by reliable systems. Or so we hope. Few citizens realize that today's elections offer scant guarantee that votes are recorded as intended. While democracy does not begin with elections, it can end when we fail to protect them. 'I Voted?' is a feature length, non-partisan documentary which examines the capture and counting of ballots in our elections. It asks the question, 'What are the specific assurances of accuracy and security in American voting?' The answers are both surprising and disturbing.