*Chada, Franklin

    Franklin has been in the telecommunications and computer fields for over forty years and has helped set up many of the major telecommunications corporations.

    He telecommunication and computer experience also includes twenty years in the US Army and was in the first Army class for computers.

*Clarkson, Robert

    Robert is a nationally recognized expert on tax procedural law, FOIA, and the Privacy Act.

    He received his JD from the University of South Carolina in 1974 and has been involved in the founding of South Carolina’s Libertarian and US constitution parties.

*Clowes Ph.D., George

    Dr. Clowes received his Ph.D. in chemistry from Manchester University in England. In 1965 he began two years of postdoctoral research at Northwestern University as a Fulbright Scholar focusing on enzyme models.

    In a career switch from scientific research, Dr. Clowes embraced the field of systems engineering and management. Within a few years, he began his own computer consulting business focusing on systems development, network installation, and user training.

    In 1996, Dr. Clowes became managing editor of School Reform News, a monthly publication of the Heartland Institute, a position he holds to this day.

*Condit Jr, Jim

    Jim is founder of Citizens for a Fair Vote Count.

    He has appeared on over 100 radio programs since 1996 discussing various aspects of voter fraud committed by  those in charge of voting equipment as well as the everyday fraud committed with the ballots themselves.

*Cox, Wendell

    Wendell attended the University of Southern California and earned a bachelor's degree in Government from California State University Los Angeles and a Master of Business Administration from Pepperdine University.

    He is principal of Wendell Cox Consultancy, an international public policy firm. He has provided consulting assistance to the United States Department of Transportation and was certified by the Urban Mass Transportation Administration as an "expert" for the duration of its Public-Private Transportation Network program (1986-1993). He has consulted for public transit authorities in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand and for public policy organizations.

    Mr. Cox served three years as the Director of Public Policy of the American Legislative Exchange Council, where he oversaw the development of state model legislation and policy reports. Mayor Tom Bradley appointed him to three terms on the Los Angeles County Transportation Commission, where he authored the tax amendment that provided the initial funding for building light rail and the subway. He was elected chairman of the American Public Transit Association Planning and Policy Committee (comprised of transit planning department officials) and the American Public Transit Association Governing Boards Committee (comprise of transit board members).

    In 1999, Wendell Cox was appointed to the Amtrak Reform Council by the Speaker of the US House of Representatives, to fill the unexpired term of New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman and was appointed to be chairman of the Financial Analysis Committee.

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