Jonathan Simon is Executive Director of Election Defense Alliance, a nonprofit organization founded in 2006 to restore observable vote counting and electoral integrity as the basis of American democracy. As a result of his prior experience as a political survey research analyst in Washington, Dr. Simon became an early advocate for an exit poll-based electoral "burglar alarm" system, independent of media and corporate control, to detect computerized vote shifting in Election 2004.
Dr. Simon has gone on to author, both individually and in collaboration, numerous papers related to various aspects of election integrity. He has worked in cooperation with many Election Integrity organizations; appeared in several election integrity-related films, including Stealing America: Vote by Vote and Uncounted: The New Math of American Elections, and as an interviewee on several dozen live broadcasts. He is a graduate of Harvard College, New York University School of Law, and New York Chiropractic College. He is admitted to the Bar of Massachusetts and since 1993 has directed an interdisciplinary healthcare facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Jonathan Simon made the case for observable vote counting. Followed by Mark Muncy on strangeness in Florida. More »
In the first half, Graduate of Harvard University and NYU Law School, Jonathan Simon discussed his work with the Election Defense Alliance, whose mission is to restore observable vote counting to American elections and reform the current vulnerabilities of electronic voting... More »