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  • Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears commented on the hypocrisy of Democrats for admitting that they required photo ID to enter one of their fundraising events but don't want the same requirement for voting because it would supposedly suppress the minority vote.

    During the Virginia gubernatorial election, "we ensured that Republicans, as much as possible, went and registered to become officers of the election," Sears recounted. "They could see what was happening, they could ensure that, you know, people had access to the ballots as they should have.

    "[A]nd then, of course, we had people outside the polls to ensure that, you know, people were being led here and led there. It was wonderful. You can't complain about elections and not offer yourself to say, 'Well, I'm going to ensure that our elections are what they should be.' And so that's what we're saying to people: 'Get involved.'"

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    Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Sears commented on the hypocrisy of Democrats for admitting that they required photo ID to enter one of their fundraising events but don't want the same requirement for voting because it would supposedly suppress the minority vote. During the Virginia gubernatorial election, "we ensured that Republicans, as much as possible, went and registered to become officers of the election," Sears recounted. "They could see what was happening, they could ensure that, you know, people had access to the ballots as they should have. "[A]nd then, of course, we had people outside the polls to ensure that, you know, people were being led here and led there. It was wonderful. You can't complain about elections and not offer yourself to say, 'Well, I'm going to ensure that our elections are what they should be.' And so that's what we're saying to people: 'Get involved.'" https://bit.ly/3rkUP1J #letAmericaVoteAgain #electionIntegrity #election2020 #election2022 #election2024 #virginia
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  • In July election integrity group Voter GA released their much anticipated report on the Fulton County recount results. VoterGA found that the Fulton County Georgia recount included a 60% error reporting rate.

    VoterGA also found THOUSANDS of fraudulent Biden ballots.

    In June Georgia COO/CFO Gabe Sterling insisted there were NO multiple ballots in the 2020 Georgia election.

    On July 13 [2021, more] evidence was produced that batches of ballots were scanned several times in Fulton County, Georgia.

    Videos of the duplicate votes were released to the public.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/12/not-look-good-ga-election-official-gabe-sterling-gets-caught-claimed-no-duplicate-ballots-2020-election/

    #electionIntegrity #georgia #election2020 #voterGA
    In July election integrity group Voter GA released their much anticipated report on the Fulton County recount results. VoterGA found that the Fulton County Georgia recount included a 60% error reporting rate. VoterGA also found THOUSANDS of fraudulent Biden ballots. In June Georgia COO/CFO Gabe Sterling insisted there were NO multiple ballots in the 2020 Georgia election. On July 13 [2021, more] evidence was produced that batches of ballots were scanned several times in Fulton County, Georgia. Videos of the duplicate votes were released to the public. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/12/not-look-good-ga-election-official-gabe-sterling-gets-caught-claimed-no-duplicate-ballots-2020-election/ #electionIntegrity #georgia #election2020 #voterGA
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  • 1. Voters must register 30 days before the election.
    This gives time for election officials to verify that the person applying for registration to vote is actually a resident.

    2. Voters must produce Utah-issued photo ID to register to vote, or they can apply for an ID and registration concurrently at the DMV. (Voter registration is not completed until ID is issued).
    Voters must enter the election system and cast their ballots with Utah-issued photo ID that both identifies the individual and establishes their residency.

    3. Absentee voters must provide an affidavit explaining why they have an inability to vote in their precinct on election day. The election officer must receive the document(s) no later than 15 days before the day of the election.

    4. This initiative is re-orientating Utah’s voting system from voting through the mail to a precinct voting system. We estimate over 90% of the voting will occur at precincts, where the vote count is observed and reported that night.

    5. Drop boxes will no longer be permitted for the mailed ballots that do remain.
    As with other facets of this Act, the concern here is needless chain-of-custody issues that might arise with ballots sitting in drop boxes.

    6. Absentee ballots must be returned with a copy of photo identification to an election official by the Friday before election or postmarked on that date.
    The same linkage to photo identification that occurs at the polls must be maintained with the ballots that will still be mailed in. Drop boxes also make the election process vulnerable to chain-of-custody issues.

    7. Absentee ballots returned by voters must be sent to the precincts for processing by election day if they arrive at the election office on that day. The remaining legal absentees will be processed at the election office.
    This is a return to the proven system that was used in Utah for decades that decentralizes ballot counting and allows campaigns and citizens to observe the actual counting of the ballots, with results produced on election night in each precinct that are reported publicly.

    8. Voters with certain disabilities may vote via mechanical device to comply with ADA. Military and overseas voting is unchanged.
    It is required by federal law (ADA, HAVA) that those who are severely disabled be able to use special devices to vote, which creates some electronic ballots, as does federally mandated military voting.

    9. Emergency ballots will be made available for those who require unscheduled medical care or have other unforeseen emergencies if they are too late to acquire an absentee ballot and can’t vote in person. The third party appears before an election officer, signing an affidavit, and bringing an affidavit from the voter also declaring their inability to come to the polls. The third party must deliver the ballot back to the election office in each county the day before the election.

    This is a new category of ballot for those who are (1) placed on short notice in a medical facility or required by their physician to remain at home; or (2) have an unforeseen family, work, or other emergency. A designated person on behalf of the voter goes to the county for the ballot and must return it there the day before the election (to give processing time to election officials and poll workers).

    10. Vote by Mail is prohibited, except under the provisions for absentee, emergency, or military/ overseas voting.
    Massive numbers of mail-in ballots create chain of custody issues until they are received to be counted, and then are tabulated in centralized locations where observers see the whirling machines but are not observing the actual counting of the votes.

    11. The Municipal Alternate Voting Methods Pilot Project is repealed, which currently permits local elections conducted by internet voting, voting on your phone, and vote tabulation using ranked choice voting.

    Experimenting with voting on the hackable internet or allowing votes for several candidates which requires centralized, electronic tabulation works against the needed reform we propose--- the time-tested neighborhood voting system with paper ballots and observable hand counts. About Ranked Choice voting: many voters like the idea of “more choices.” While it provides more candidates a voter can express some support for, it has tended to create a strategy for candidates to be vaguer to appeal to a broader group for more rankings, rather than building a base around clear positions on the issues.

    12. Early voting is repealed. Voting must occur at the polls on election day, except for absentee, emergency, and federal/overseas voting.

    Early voting creates ballot storage issues, and in some cases buyers' remorse among the voters. It also draws more money into the election process as candidates have to currently cover a 21-day period where almost all the ballots are available for voting.

    13. All manual ballots will contain a unique, sequential number in a statewide series and will be printed on the same type of paper throughout the state that will include a watermark to establish authenticity.

    This is an inexpensive way to identify every ballot and its legal status.

    14. Each precinct must have at least three “receiving judges” (poll workers) and three “counting judges” who are selected from citizen volunteers to conduct the business of the precinct, separate and distinct from other precinct polling places that may be established within the same facility.

    Each precinct in the state is limited to no more than 1250 voters, which is a manageable number to work with.


    15. Each county must organize the election day effort with the need to ensure voters do not have to wait more than 30 minutes to cast their ballot. This includes providing enough personnel and voting booths to accommodate voters.


    16. The in-person voter must present valid photo ID, be in the correct precinct, be listed in the poll book, and not be shown to have already voted.

    In-person, neighborhood voting with picture ID that establishes residency will be much safer than the current system, particularly when you add the counting of that vote at the same location, by election night.

    17. Counting judges will count all legal votes cast in, or delivered to the precinct. They will begin during the election day and continue after the polls close onsite until the job is completed.
    There is no reason for the public to have to wait for days because a huge number of the votes are not counted on election day.

    18. When the precinct receives 20 ballots, counting will begin there in batches of 20 throughout the election day, with observers present.
    Having election judges count during election day ensures results can be reported election night.

    19. Votes tallied on election day shall remain secret until it is completed, felony charge for disclosure. Counting judges and one rep from each party allowed in the room during vote counting (or reps. for independent candidates who qualify for the ballot).
    This is the system that used to exist in this state. It allows election judges to complete their work and give the public election results a lot sooner than we get them now.

    20. Counting judges in each precinct shall count the legal votes, sign an affidavit attesting to the accuracy of poll book records and the number and validity of the ballots and the tallied results, reporting them to an election officer and the public.
    Reporting the precincts results to the public as well as the county election office ensures an honest, accurate total count.

    21. Voters who insist they are legally registered but are not listed in the precinct pollbook (clerical error) will receive a provisional ballot, to be maintained separately from the remaining ballots. Those ballots will only be counted in the precinct on election day if it can be ascertained through the election office that the voter is in fact already registered to vote. The remaining provisional ballots will be forwarded to election officials for adjudication.
    This protects legal voters from a clerical error made by the county that might otherwise prevent them from voting.

    22. A provisional ballot shall also be issued to a voter whose credentials are challenged by poll watchers. Provisional ballots will not be issued for any other reason other than those stated above.
    As stated, no one will be allowed to vote without ID, vote in the wrong precinct, or vote when they have not been previously registered.

    23. The number of Military/Overseas, Absentee and provisional ballots that remain unprocessed at the County clerk’s office (after election night will be reported to the public daily. (Military/overseas ballots, and absentee ballots properly postmarked but delayed in the mail, would be legally counted after election day under the initiative, as would ballots coming from the precincts that need to be adjudicated.
    Under this system there will be a small number of ballots.

    24. CANDIDATE-REQUESTED AUDIT. One week from election night, a losing candidate may pay for an audit of up to three precincts within the election’s boundaries. At the candidate’s discretion the audit will include a recount of the ballots, a forensic examination of the ballots and materials related to them, a re-check of the processing of absentee and the adjudication of provisional ballots, and a canvass in person or by telephone, of up to 10% of voters that records indicate participated in the election. This canvass must be completed 14 days after election day.
    This procedure costs the taxpayer’s nothing but gives a campaign an inexpensive way to begin to make an official case for vote irregularities in a timely manner if the campaign has reason to believe they have occurred. It quickly dismisses charges of election fraud if the candidate can’t find it in the most likely areas.

    25. Ballots and accessories (envelopes, poll books, including the master state file of all registered voters eligible to vote in an election) to be retained for three years after election.
    Extending the length of time election materials are retained past one major election cycle ensures there is time to scrutinize an election should it be necessary.

    26. The cost of printing ballots and administering the election shall be charged to the public, either through county or local governments. No non-governmental entity or individual shall contribute funds for conducting any election in the state of Utah.
    This ensures that special interests do not gain any measure of control over the administration of an election.

    Secure Vote Utah has filed an initiative to the people with the Utah Lt. Governor’s office, seeking to put it on the 2022 general election ballot. If successful, the initiative will enact the Secure the Vote Act of 2022, which would return to the proven method of casting paper ballots in our neighborhood precincts. Absentee voting would be permitted for those who cannot vote in person, and for a small number of other exceptions. Votes would be counted at the precinct by hand (absentee ballots would be delivered to the precinct). Counting would be done by hand, with observers in the room who can see the actual ballots being counted. Precincts would publicly announce their results as they report them to the county or city. This is a massive undertaking! With your help, we can make this needed election reform a reality Sign up today and stay tuned!

    https://www.securevoteutah.org/blog/25-election-changes-under-the-secure-the-vote-act

    #electionIntegrity #utah #election2020 #election2022 #election2024
    1. Voters must register 30 days before the election. This gives time for election officials to verify that the person applying for registration to vote is actually a resident. 2. Voters must produce Utah-issued photo ID to register to vote, or they can apply for an ID and registration concurrently at the DMV. (Voter registration is not completed until ID is issued). Voters must enter the election system and cast their ballots with Utah-issued photo ID that both identifies the individual and establishes their residency. 3. Absentee voters must provide an affidavit explaining why they have an inability to vote in their precinct on election day. The election officer must receive the document(s) no later than 15 days before the day of the election. 4. This initiative is re-orientating Utah’s voting system from voting through the mail to a precinct voting system. We estimate over 90% of the voting will occur at precincts, where the vote count is observed and reported that night. 5. Drop boxes will no longer be permitted for the mailed ballots that do remain. As with other facets of this Act, the concern here is needless chain-of-custody issues that might arise with ballots sitting in drop boxes. 6. Absentee ballots must be returned with a copy of photo identification to an election official by the Friday before election or postmarked on that date. The same linkage to photo identification that occurs at the polls must be maintained with the ballots that will still be mailed in. Drop boxes also make the election process vulnerable to chain-of-custody issues. 7. Absentee ballots returned by voters must be sent to the precincts for processing by election day if they arrive at the election office on that day. The remaining legal absentees will be processed at the election office. This is a return to the proven system that was used in Utah for decades that decentralizes ballot counting and allows campaigns and citizens to observe the actual counting of the ballots, with results produced on election night in each precinct that are reported publicly. 8. Voters with certain disabilities may vote via mechanical device to comply with ADA. Military and overseas voting is unchanged. It is required by federal law (ADA, HAVA) that those who are severely disabled be able to use special devices to vote, which creates some electronic ballots, as does federally mandated military voting. 9. Emergency ballots will be made available for those who require unscheduled medical care or have other unforeseen emergencies if they are too late to acquire an absentee ballot and can’t vote in person. The third party appears before an election officer, signing an affidavit, and bringing an affidavit from the voter also declaring their inability to come to the polls. The third party must deliver the ballot back to the election office in each county the day before the election. This is a new category of ballot for those who are (1) placed on short notice in a medical facility or required by their physician to remain at home; or (2) have an unforeseen family, work, or other emergency. A designated person on behalf of the voter goes to the county for the ballot and must return it there the day before the election (to give processing time to election officials and poll workers). 10. Vote by Mail is prohibited, except under the provisions for absentee, emergency, or military/ overseas voting. Massive numbers of mail-in ballots create chain of custody issues until they are received to be counted, and then are tabulated in centralized locations where observers see the whirling machines but are not observing the actual counting of the votes. 11. The Municipal Alternate Voting Methods Pilot Project is repealed, which currently permits local elections conducted by internet voting, voting on your phone, and vote tabulation using ranked choice voting. Experimenting with voting on the hackable internet or allowing votes for several candidates which requires centralized, electronic tabulation works against the needed reform we propose--- the time-tested neighborhood voting system with paper ballots and observable hand counts. About Ranked Choice voting: many voters like the idea of “more choices.” While it provides more candidates a voter can express some support for, it has tended to create a strategy for candidates to be vaguer to appeal to a broader group for more rankings, rather than building a base around clear positions on the issues. 12. Early voting is repealed. Voting must occur at the polls on election day, except for absentee, emergency, and federal/overseas voting. Early voting creates ballot storage issues, and in some cases buyers' remorse among the voters. It also draws more money into the election process as candidates have to currently cover a 21-day period where almost all the ballots are available for voting. 13. All manual ballots will contain a unique, sequential number in a statewide series and will be printed on the same type of paper throughout the state that will include a watermark to establish authenticity. This is an inexpensive way to identify every ballot and its legal status. 14. Each precinct must have at least three “receiving judges” (poll workers) and three “counting judges” who are selected from citizen volunteers to conduct the business of the precinct, separate and distinct from other precinct polling places that may be established within the same facility. Each precinct in the state is limited to no more than 1250 voters, which is a manageable number to work with. 15. Each county must organize the election day effort with the need to ensure voters do not have to wait more than 30 minutes to cast their ballot. This includes providing enough personnel and voting booths to accommodate voters. 16. The in-person voter must present valid photo ID, be in the correct precinct, be listed in the poll book, and not be shown to have already voted. In-person, neighborhood voting with picture ID that establishes residency will be much safer than the current system, particularly when you add the counting of that vote at the same location, by election night. 17. Counting judges will count all legal votes cast in, or delivered to the precinct. They will begin during the election day and continue after the polls close onsite until the job is completed. There is no reason for the public to have to wait for days because a huge number of the votes are not counted on election day. 18. When the precinct receives 20 ballots, counting will begin there in batches of 20 throughout the election day, with observers present. Having election judges count during election day ensures results can be reported election night. 19. Votes tallied on election day shall remain secret until it is completed, felony charge for disclosure. Counting judges and one rep from each party allowed in the room during vote counting (or reps. for independent candidates who qualify for the ballot). This is the system that used to exist in this state. It allows election judges to complete their work and give the public election results a lot sooner than we get them now. 20. Counting judges in each precinct shall count the legal votes, sign an affidavit attesting to the accuracy of poll book records and the number and validity of the ballots and the tallied results, reporting them to an election officer and the public. Reporting the precincts results to the public as well as the county election office ensures an honest, accurate total count. 21. Voters who insist they are legally registered but are not listed in the precinct pollbook (clerical error) will receive a provisional ballot, to be maintained separately from the remaining ballots. Those ballots will only be counted in the precinct on election day if it can be ascertained through the election office that the voter is in fact already registered to vote. The remaining provisional ballots will be forwarded to election officials for adjudication. This protects legal voters from a clerical error made by the county that might otherwise prevent them from voting. 22. A provisional ballot shall also be issued to a voter whose credentials are challenged by poll watchers. Provisional ballots will not be issued for any other reason other than those stated above. As stated, no one will be allowed to vote without ID, vote in the wrong precinct, or vote when they have not been previously registered. 23. The number of Military/Overseas, Absentee and provisional ballots that remain unprocessed at the County clerk’s office (after election night will be reported to the public daily. (Military/overseas ballots, and absentee ballots properly postmarked but delayed in the mail, would be legally counted after election day under the initiative, as would ballots coming from the precincts that need to be adjudicated. Under this system there will be a small number of ballots. 24. CANDIDATE-REQUESTED AUDIT. One week from election night, a losing candidate may pay for an audit of up to three precincts within the election’s boundaries. At the candidate’s discretion the audit will include a recount of the ballots, a forensic examination of the ballots and materials related to them, a re-check of the processing of absentee and the adjudication of provisional ballots, and a canvass in person or by telephone, of up to 10% of voters that records indicate participated in the election. This canvass must be completed 14 days after election day. This procedure costs the taxpayer’s nothing but gives a campaign an inexpensive way to begin to make an official case for vote irregularities in a timely manner if the campaign has reason to believe they have occurred. It quickly dismisses charges of election fraud if the candidate can’t find it in the most likely areas. 25. Ballots and accessories (envelopes, poll books, including the master state file of all registered voters eligible to vote in an election) to be retained for three years after election. Extending the length of time election materials are retained past one major election cycle ensures there is time to scrutinize an election should it be necessary. 26. The cost of printing ballots and administering the election shall be charged to the public, either through county or local governments. No non-governmental entity or individual shall contribute funds for conducting any election in the state of Utah. This ensures that special interests do not gain any measure of control over the administration of an election. Secure Vote Utah has filed an initiative to the people with the Utah Lt. Governor’s office, seeking to put it on the 2022 general election ballot. If successful, the initiative will enact the Secure the Vote Act of 2022, which would return to the proven method of casting paper ballots in our neighborhood precincts. Absentee voting would be permitted for those who cannot vote in person, and for a small number of other exceptions. Votes would be counted at the precinct by hand (absentee ballots would be delivered to the precinct). Counting would be done by hand, with observers in the room who can see the actual ballots being counted. Precincts would publicly announce their results as they report them to the county or city. This is a massive undertaking! With your help, we can make this needed election reform a reality Sign up today and stay tuned! https://www.securevoteutah.org/blog/25-election-changes-under-the-secure-the-vote-act #electionIntegrity #utah #election2020 #election2022 #election2024
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  • More than 19 months after Tarus Mack was certified the winner of an Eatonville Town Council election, a judge has ordered Mack to be removed from his position due to evidence uncovered by his opponent suggesting votes were illegally cast or procured.

    “There were both illegal votes as well as fraudulent votes cast in this election. And for those familiar with local politics, that was not a surprise,” said Daniels’s attorney, Christian W. Waugh. “Those votes have now been removed from the tally. And because of that, my client, Marlin Daniels, is now going to be a public servant for the Town of Eatonville.”

    In March 2020, Eatonville voters went to the polls to decide whether Mack should retain his seat on the town council.

    After the voting results were tallied, it appeared Daniels had defeated the incumbent by a single vote.

    But following a recount by the Orange County Canvassing Board, court records show two previously uncounted votes were discovered, giving Mack a 269-to-268 vote victory.

    Daniels filed a lawsuit in April 2020 contesting the election. Mack and the Orange County Canvassing Board were named as defendants.

    Orange County Circuit Court Judge Kevin Weiss held a non-jury trial earlier this month, where several witnesses were called to testify.

    Using voter registration data, which shows which voters participated in an election but not how they voted, Daniels said he was able to identify who cast the two uncounted votes that were later added to the final tally during the recount.

    Those two votes were in favor of Mack.

    One of those voters voluntarily confirmed he voted for Mack, court records show.

    The other, Bobby Taylor, testified in court that he never voted in the 2020 town council election.

    By excluding Sheketoff’s vote and the vote cast under Taylor’s name, Daniels ultimately received one more vote than Mack.

    “Daniels is therefore entitled to election to Seat 4 of the Eatonville Town Council,” wrote Judge Weiss. “Mack shall be, and hereby is, ousted from Seat 4 of the Eatonville Town Council.”

    https://teamtuckercarlson.com/news/judge-overturns-eatonville-election-due-to-illegal-votes/

    #electionIntegrity #election2020 #election2022 #election2024 #florida
    More than 19 months after Tarus Mack was certified the winner of an Eatonville Town Council election, a judge has ordered Mack to be removed from his position due to evidence uncovered by his opponent suggesting votes were illegally cast or procured. “There were both illegal votes as well as fraudulent votes cast in this election. And for those familiar with local politics, that was not a surprise,” said Daniels’s attorney, Christian W. Waugh. “Those votes have now been removed from the tally. And because of that, my client, Marlin Daniels, is now going to be a public servant for the Town of Eatonville.” In March 2020, Eatonville voters went to the polls to decide whether Mack should retain his seat on the town council. After the voting results were tallied, it appeared Daniels had defeated the incumbent by a single vote. But following a recount by the Orange County Canvassing Board, court records show two previously uncounted votes were discovered, giving Mack a 269-to-268 vote victory. Daniels filed a lawsuit in April 2020 contesting the election. Mack and the Orange County Canvassing Board were named as defendants. Orange County Circuit Court Judge Kevin Weiss held a non-jury trial earlier this month, where several witnesses were called to testify. Using voter registration data, which shows which voters participated in an election but not how they voted, Daniels said he was able to identify who cast the two uncounted votes that were later added to the final tally during the recount. Those two votes were in favor of Mack. One of those voters voluntarily confirmed he voted for Mack, court records show. The other, Bobby Taylor, testified in court that he never voted in the 2020 town council election. By excluding Sheketoff’s vote and the vote cast under Taylor’s name, Daniels ultimately received one more vote than Mack. “Daniels is therefore entitled to election to Seat 4 of the Eatonville Town Council,” wrote Judge Weiss. “Mack shall be, and hereby is, ousted from Seat 4 of the Eatonville Town Council.” https://teamtuckercarlson.com/news/judge-overturns-eatonville-election-due-to-illegal-votes/ #electionIntegrity #election2020 #election2022 #election2024 #florida
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  • Seventy-four of Georgia's counties have not been able to produce original images of ballots from the November 2020 election, according to an election integrity group.

    VoterGA, an election integrity nonprofit organization, received confirmation through Open Records Requests (ORRs) from 56 counties that either most or all of the images that the Dominion voting system automatically created for tabulating results have been destroyed.

    Images of ballots are crucial for election records and are required by both federal and state law to be retained for 22 months and 24 months, respectively.

    The images automatically created by the Dominion voting system for in-person ballots are on compact flash memory cards, while mail-in ballot images are on memory flash drives. The drives or cards are later manually uploaded to the Election Management Server in the county, and the more densely populated ones use high speed scanners to directly transfer images to the Election Management Server.

    "At least 28 counties admitted having no original images at all and 22 of those counties only had recount images that some claimed are the same as originals," According to VoterGA.

    The organization noted that recount images do not have original time stamps that may be used for auditing nor the original meta data showing how the votes were originally interpreted. Recount images are invalid for an election audit because they can be changed by tampering between scans.

    A total of another 28 counties admitted to VoterGA admitted they do not possess a complete set of original images. "Various counties were missing all in-person voting images, all absentee images, all Election Day images or a substantial portion of one or more of those groups," the nonprofit noted.

    "These violations are yet another glaring reason why Georgians cannot trust the Secretary of State's office," Garland Favorito, co-founder of VoterGA, said in a statement. "We desperately need a multi-county audit of the 2020 election to resolve these serious problems before 2022."

    https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/74-georgia-counties-unable-produce-original-images-2020-election-ballots
    Seventy-four of Georgia's counties have not been able to produce original images of ballots from the November 2020 election, according to an election integrity group. VoterGA, an election integrity nonprofit organization, received confirmation through Open Records Requests (ORRs) from 56 counties that either most or all of the images that the Dominion voting system automatically created for tabulating results have been destroyed. Images of ballots are crucial for election records and are required by both federal and state law to be retained for 22 months and 24 months, respectively. The images automatically created by the Dominion voting system for in-person ballots are on compact flash memory cards, while mail-in ballot images are on memory flash drives. The drives or cards are later manually uploaded to the Election Management Server in the county, and the more densely populated ones use high speed scanners to directly transfer images to the Election Management Server. "At least 28 counties admitted having no original images at all and 22 of those counties only had recount images that some claimed are the same as originals," According to VoterGA. The organization noted that recount images do not have original time stamps that may be used for auditing nor the original meta data showing how the votes were originally interpreted. Recount images are invalid for an election audit because they can be changed by tampering between scans. A total of another 28 counties admitted to VoterGA admitted they do not possess a complete set of original images. "Various counties were missing all in-person voting images, all absentee images, all Election Day images or a substantial portion of one or more of those groups," the nonprofit noted. "These violations are yet another glaring reason why Georgians cannot trust the Secretary of State's office," Garland Favorito, co-founder of VoterGA, said in a statement. "We desperately need a multi-county audit of the 2020 election to resolve these serious problems before 2022." https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/elections/74-georgia-counties-unable-produce-original-images-2020-election-ballots
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    Watchdog group says 2020 ballot images destroyed in 74 Georgia counties
    Ballot images are crucial for election records and required by both federal and state law to be retained for 22 months and 24 months, respectively.
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  • On Monday, the Arizona audit continued with the third paper recount, the Cast Vote Record analysis, and other accountability procedures.

    Audit Spokesman Randy Pullen previously told The Gateway Pundit that they are able to count a box of ballots in less than five minutes and that this process would be finished by Wednesday this week. This process does not tabulate votes. It only counts the number of ballots.

    Today, Randy Pullen said they will likely finish counting on Tuesday. By Friday the audit team is expected to start evacuating the Wesley Bolin Building.

    The volunteers will count during another night shift tonight and they expect to have only four pallets left on Tuesday.

    The final report is expected some time in mid-August but they still need the routers, logs, and system keys in order to complete a full forensic audit and ensure that the voting machines weren’t tampered with.

    The recent Arizona Senate hearing revealed worst in class IT security practices and bizarre discrepancies that the County refuses to provide answers to.

    https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/07/arizona-audit-finish-paper-recount-tomorrow-need-routers/
    On Monday, the Arizona audit continued with the third paper recount, the Cast Vote Record analysis, and other accountability procedures. Audit Spokesman Randy Pullen previously told The Gateway Pundit that they are able to count a box of ballots in less than five minutes and that this process would be finished by Wednesday this week. This process does not tabulate votes. It only counts the number of ballots. Today, Randy Pullen said they will likely finish counting on Tuesday. By Friday the audit team is expected to start evacuating the Wesley Bolin Building. The volunteers will count during another night shift tonight and they expect to have only four pallets left on Tuesday. The final report is expected some time in mid-August but they still need the routers, logs, and system keys in order to complete a full forensic audit and ensure that the voting machines weren’t tampered with. The recent Arizona Senate hearing revealed worst in class IT security practices and bizarre discrepancies that the County refuses to provide answers to. https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2021/07/arizona-audit-finish-paper-recount-tomorrow-need-routers/
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  • Last week, Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero allowed the lawsuit to proceed regarding an audit of the ballots in Fulton County, Georgia.

    Almost 200 duplicate ballots were found in Fulton County, Georgia, last week by a major voting group.

    Digital scans of ballots made public under Georgia’s new voting law show that nearly 200 ballots, including a write-in vote for rap artist Kanye West, were initially scanned twice last fall before a recount, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

    The discovery of identical ballots was brought to light by a group of voters called VoterGA, which is seeking to prove that the election was fraudulent.

    The group says the claims are based on a VoterGA data team’s analysis of Fulton’s mail-in ballot images.

    “Petitioners in a lawsuit organized by VoterGA to inspect Fulton County ballots have added stunning claims in their amended complaint and provided new evidence from public records that show Fulton County’s hand count ["risk-limiting"] audit of the November 3rd, 2020 election was riddled with massive errors and provable fraud,” the group said in the press release.

    “The team’s analysis revealed that 923 of 1539 mail-in ballot batch files contained votes incorrectly reported in Fulton’s official November 3rd, 2020 results,” the group said.

    “One type of error discovered involved duplicate results reporting for batches of ballots. The team found at least 36 batches of mail-in ballots with 4,255 total extra votes were redundantly added into Fulton Co. audit results for the November election. These illicit votes include 3,390 extra votes for Joe Biden, 865 extra votes for Donald Trump, and 43 extra votes for Jo Jorgenson. But it is not simply a case of errors,” the group said.

    “The VoterGA team found 7 falsified audit tally sheets containing fabricated vote totals for their respective batches. For example, a batch containing 59 actual ballot images for Joe Biden, 42 for Donald Trump, and 0 for Jo Jorgenson was reported as 100 for Biden and 0 for Trump,” they added.

    Last week, it was reported that in Fulton County, Georgia, the chain of custody documents for absentee ballots cannot be found.

    A Fulton County election official informed them that “a few forms are missing” and that “some procedural paperwork may have been misplaced” for the November 3, 2020 election.

    And seven months after the Open Records Request, 28 counties have failed to respond at all.

    That means no chain of custody documentation has been provided for around 333,000 absentee ballots.

    “The seven batches of ballot images with 554 votes for Joe Biden, 140 votes for Donald Trump, and 11 votes for Jo Jorgenson had tally sheets in the audit falsified to show 850 votes for Biden, 0 votes for Trump and 0 votes for Jorgenson,” the said in the press release.

    VoterGA’s Garland Favorito has filed a motion to immediately begin the inspection of the ballots in Fulton County, Georgia, from the 2020 presidential election.

    Favorito is leading the court case in Fulton County, Georgia, to inspect the roughly 140,000 mail-in ballots from the Nov. 3 election.

    https://conservativebrief.com/motion-filed-46407/?utm_source=CB&utm_medium=PP
    Last week, Henry County Superior Court Chief Judge Brian Amero allowed the lawsuit to proceed regarding an audit of the ballots in Fulton County, Georgia. Almost 200 duplicate ballots were found in Fulton County, Georgia, last week by a major voting group. Digital scans of ballots made public under Georgia’s new voting law show that nearly 200 ballots, including a write-in vote for rap artist Kanye West, were initially scanned twice last fall before a recount, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The discovery of identical ballots was brought to light by a group of voters called VoterGA, which is seeking to prove that the election was fraudulent. The group says the claims are based on a VoterGA data team’s analysis of Fulton’s mail-in ballot images. “Petitioners in a lawsuit organized by VoterGA to inspect Fulton County ballots have added stunning claims in their amended complaint and provided new evidence from public records that show Fulton County’s hand count ["risk-limiting"] audit of the November 3rd, 2020 election was riddled with massive errors and provable fraud,” the group said in the press release. “The team’s analysis revealed that 923 of 1539 mail-in ballot batch files contained votes incorrectly reported in Fulton’s official November 3rd, 2020 results,” the group said. “One type of error discovered involved duplicate results reporting for batches of ballots. The team found at least 36 batches of mail-in ballots with 4,255 total extra votes were redundantly added into Fulton Co. audit results for the November election. These illicit votes include 3,390 extra votes for Joe Biden, 865 extra votes for Donald Trump, and 43 extra votes for Jo Jorgenson. But it is not simply a case of errors,” the group said. “The VoterGA team found 7 falsified audit tally sheets containing fabricated vote totals for their respective batches. For example, a batch containing 59 actual ballot images for Joe Biden, 42 for Donald Trump, and 0 for Jo Jorgenson was reported as 100 for Biden and 0 for Trump,” they added. Last week, it was reported that in Fulton County, Georgia, the chain of custody documents for absentee ballots cannot be found. A Fulton County election official informed them that “a few forms are missing” and that “some procedural paperwork may have been misplaced” for the November 3, 2020 election. And seven months after the Open Records Request, 28 counties have failed to respond at all. That means no chain of custody documentation has been provided for around 333,000 absentee ballots. “The seven batches of ballot images with 554 votes for Joe Biden, 140 votes for Donald Trump, and 11 votes for Jo Jorgenson had tally sheets in the audit falsified to show 850 votes for Biden, 0 votes for Trump and 0 votes for Jorgenson,” the said in the press release. VoterGA’s Garland Favorito has filed a motion to immediately begin the inspection of the ballots in Fulton County, Georgia, from the 2020 presidential election. Favorito is leading the court case in Fulton County, Georgia, to inspect the roughly 140,000 mail-in ballots from the Nov. 3 election. https://conservativebrief.com/motion-filed-46407/?utm_source=CB&utm_medium=PP
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