Do you trust the other side not to cheat? Do you trust hackers of all kinds to stay away? Last time no one knew there would be such widespread open voting until almost the last minute. This time those who want to steal elections have plenty of time to prepare to cheat.
Senate Bill 1 repeals many of the voting measures that large cities in the state implemented amid the pandemic and overhauls the state’s mail-in voting and polling place systems. It also prohibits drive-through voting and enhances transparency by authorizing poll watchers to observe.
The report found that 1.1 million mail-in ballots were undeliverable for various reasons. Election officials rejected another 560,814 mail-in ballots. Another 14.7 million mailed ballots met an “unknown” fate, the report says.
The recent Georgia voter reform law requires voters to provide identification to receive an absentee ballot. Since 2008, the state has required a voter to show a government-issued photo ID when he or she votes in person. To require the same level of security for absentee voting seems to make perfect sense.
The now infamous Windham Audit has concluded. It was a long process searching for why a hand recount produced 300 more votes for four Republican candidates and about 100 fewer votes for a Democrat. Now the audit is complete and has been submitted.
“It now appears there actually was meaningful voter fraud in Fulton County, Georgia, last November. That is not a conspiracy theory, it’s true.”
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger lambasted Fulton County’s election mismanagement in a statement to the Daily Caller News Foundation Wednesday after it was reported nearly 200 ballots were initially scanned twice before being corrected in the recount.
Planned events this weekend relating to the election audit in Windham, New Hampshire include a rally for a statewide audit on Friday and a livestream interview Sunday evening with New Hampshire State Sen. Bob Giuda and auditors Harri Hursti, Philip Stark and Mark Lindeman.
Harri Hursti and Philip Stark, two auditors of the startling election irregularity in the town of Windham, were called upon to analyze a similar machine glitch in the state of Georgia, but which favored Republican candidates. The chances of the glitch were called “one in a million.”
Texans opting to vote by mail will have to request an absentee ballot application and provide either their driver’s license number or the last four digits of their social security number. They will have to send that information again once they mail their ballot in order to affirm its validity.
I am not accusing Hursti of anything wrong or nefarious. But it is important to remember that it is the memory cards that make it easy to hack the machines to produce “fraudulent tape,” but “only on Tuesday evening,” so this is a big deal that warrants answers.
LHS CEO Jeff Silvestro knew for a fact that the creases in those mail-in ballots would create a misread or rejection. Every single politician involved in the meeting at issue knew it as well. And they did nothing.