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After reviewing the voting issue in Michigan, the real outrage is that this issue has been occurring for some time without any transparency and no one fixing the process. There is no one being held accountable for the process. There is no audit process being performed for accountability or improvement. There is no sense of emergency to fix it now. Not tomorrow. Not next election. But now.
This is an opportunity to improve the confidence of the constituents with the voting process and the representative governance. A higher level of participation will place more transparency and responsibility with governance. This will bring the customer and process closer for better representation.
Let’s demand for this improvement and accountability.
Gary Kapanowski – Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt – Excelsior
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