I Voted?

An in-depth look at voting systems in the United States

2016 | Running Time: 76 minutes | Rating: NR

I VOTED is a non-partisan documentary which examines the capture and counting of ballots in our elections. On election day in the United States, 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. This film reveals that millions of Americans cast unverifiable votes on unsecure voting machines. While democracy does not begin with elections, it can end when we fail to protect them. Interrogating the specific assurances of accuracy and security in American voting, the film’s conclusions are both surprising and disturbing. I VOTED premiered at the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. Director/Producer/Writer: Jason Smith; Producer: David Wolthoff; Executive Producer: Wendy Abrams, Victoria Collier, Katie Couric, Mara Sandler, Regina K. Scully


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