Joyce McCloy

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Industry Non-Profit
Occupation Advocate
Location Winston Salem, North Carolina, United States
Introduction An expert on electronic voting, worked for a paper ballot/audit law passed in August 2005 that requires machine vendors to explain how their equipment works. McCloy later sued to enforce provisions of that law. In 2006 McCloy worked for additional leg. to ensure more transparent post election audits. 2007 McCloy worked with The Brennan Center for Justice & Project Vote to eliminate the No Match No Vote rule in NC. signed into law on August 29, 07. Because of her leadership in the field of election integrity, the American Civil Liberties Union of North Carolina awarded McCloy its 2006 award “for a lifetime of contributions to civil liberties in North Carolina.” McCloy founded the NC Coalition for Verified Voting in January 2004. She has authored reports on: The Efficacy of Vote Centers, Cost Study Analysis of North Carolina Voting Systems, Touch-Screen Paper Trail Failures and Problems in North Carolina, Instant Runoff Voting Values and Risks Report, “No Match No Vote in North Carolina - Voter Registration Database as an Administrative Barrier to Voting”,“Removing Barriers to Voter Verified Paper Ballots - Ballot on Demand to Increase Flexibility of Paper Ballot Voting”.
Interests Verified Voting activism, blogging.Sci Fi. Writing. Opinion pieces by McCloy on electronic voting issues have been published by the Charlotte Observer, Raleigh News and Observer, the Asheville Citizen Times and the High Point Enterprise.