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VoteFRAUD: gerrymandered majorities to pass power grabs for lame-duck GOP
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Post: #61
RE: FRAUD: NC Board of Elections refuse to certify the Mark Harris win
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The fraud in this case appears to be the commies that refuse to certify the outcome of the election.

Unreturned absentee ballots do not equal fraud. A bunch of commies refusing to certify the the outcome because they don't like the result of the election is fraud.

The missing ballots were probable fraudulently requested and aquired by the dnc in order to commit fraud but they chickened out knowing that there would be a closer eye on them this time around and did not mail them in.

The dnc knows what people don't vote and then they get ballots in those peoples names and then vote for them, they've been doing it all over the country for a very long time.

Bdee, B,Bdee B,Bdee, that's all folks.
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Post: #62
RE: FRAUD: NC Board of Elections refuse to certify the Mark Harris win
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Post: #63
RE: FRAUD: NC Board of Elections refuse to certify the Mark Harris win
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-07-2018 02:14 PM)
BREAKING: Dan McCready tells me he is officially withdrawing his concession. In an exclusive interview, he tells me he thinks Mark Harris knew what McCrae Dowless was doing and that Harris bankrolled "criminal activity."
https://twitter.com/JoeBrunoWSOC9/status...3449068544

Jennifer Boyd told Channel 9 she was simply helping people who didn’t have time to go to the polls after we found her signature on 55 absentee ballots.

She admitted to helping fill out 52 of those ballots herself.

Lisa Britt's name is listed as the second witness on dozens of ballots signed by Jennifer Boyd. But some of those voters told @PaulBoydWSOC9 that Britt was never present, just Jennifer

Two voters tell @PaulBoydWSOC9 the State Bureau of Investigations contacted them yesterday. The SBI would not confirm

https://www.wsoctv.com/news/channel-9-lo.../884696699

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-08-2018 04:58 AM)
North Carolina elections board identifies 'person of interest' in fraud probe

The board has refused to certify Republican Mark Harris as the winner of the Nov. 6 election for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives as it investigates possible fraud involving absentee ballots from two rural counties.

In a statement, the board said it has assigned four investigators to the probe and issued subpoenas to the Red Dome Group, a consulting firm that Dowless performed work for, along with the Harris campaign committee and the campaign for a local Bladen County sheriff candidate.

Residents in rural Bladen County have provided sworn affidavits that people came to their homes to collect absentee ballots they had not filled in. In North Carolina, it is illegal for a third party to turn in absentee ballots.

Two women have told WSOC-TV in North Carolina that Dowless paid them to collect absentee ballots and deliver them to him. Dowless worked for the Red Dome Group, the station reported. Neither Dowless nor Red Dome has responded to requests for comment.

Bladen and another rural community under review, Robeson County, saw high interest in absentee ballots this year with abnormally large numbers of ballots unreturned, according to an analysis by Michael Bitzer, a politics and history professor at Catawba College in North Carolina.

If fraud is uncovered, the board could order a new election.

more:
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-e...SKBN1O62BQ

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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-12-2018 05:35 AM)
BREAKING: We have obtained a photo of Mark Harris and McCrae Dowless together. The picture was taken in March at a political event in Bladen County. The person who took the photo has asked us to not identify them.

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https://www.wsoctv.com/news/local/photo-.../887416468

Reminder: Former #CLTCC candidate Pete Givens told @wsoctv that Harris introduced him to McCrae Dowless in 2017. Harris was Givens pastor "Mark told me about this guy's process of, you know, that he had a process..." The photo of Harris and Dowless was taken in March 2018

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https://www.wsoctv.com/live-stream

https://twitter.com/JoeBrunoWSOC9/status...6805920768

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-12-2018 06:19 AM)
McCrae Dowless, the man whose “get-out-the-vote" activities are the center of the election fraud investigation in North Carolina, told a campaign volunteer that he was holding onto 800 absentee ballots, according to a new affidavit obtained by @NBCNews

https://nbcnews.to/2RRYdNn

spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-12-2018 06:25 AM)
Exclusive: A second woman, Cheryl Kinlaw, tells me she was paid $100 by McCrae Dowless to pickup absentee ballots. She said she never thought it was illegal because Dowless "has been doing it for years." She says needed extra money for Christmas presents. , Kinlaw never mailed the ballots. She gave them to McCrae Dowless. She doesn't know what he did with them afterward.

"I don't know what happened to them, he had stacks of them on his desk."

She says she has no doubt Dowless wanted Mark Harris and Sheriff Jim McVicker to win.


Two of the top absentee witnesses (of the 159 envelopes I obtained) told me Dowless paid them. The others: Hester- threatened to call the cops on me. J Dowless, Edwards- not home Britt- doesn't live at the address she put on ballot S Dowless- home, didn't answer door

https://twitter.com/JoeBrunoWSOC9/status...7984800774
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Post: #64
RE: FRAUD: NC Board of Elections refuse to certify the Mark Harris win
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-14-2018 02:00 AM)
The nation’s largest voting equipment vendor has for at least nine years coaxed state and local elections officials to serve on an “advisory board” that gathers twice annually for company-sponsored conferences, including one last year at a ritzy Las Vegas resort hotel.

The arrangement could compromise the integrity of the officials' decisions — or at the very least, the optics of those decisions — at a time when they are faced with efforts by Russia and perhaps other nations to disrupt the upcoming mid-term elections, ethics and elections experts said.

As many as a dozen election officials attended the March 2, 2017 Las Vegas meeting, with a number of them accepting airfare, lodging, meals and, according to one participant, a ticket to a show on the Strip from their voting systems vendor, Nebraska-based Election Systems and Software (ES&S). Two other panel members said their state election boards paid for their trips.

Read more here: https://www.mcclatchydc.com/latest-news/...rylink=cpy
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Post: #65
RE: FRAUD: NC Board of Elections refuse to certify the Mark Harris win


In a dead heat with Stacey Abrams, Brian Kemp created a diversion from computer security breakdown

Quote:Brian Kemp, the Republican candidate for governor, had a problem. As did Brian Kemp, Georgia’s secretary of state.

It was Nov. 3, a Saturday, 72 hours to Election Day. Virtually tied in the polls with Democrat Stacey Abrams, Kemp was in danger of becoming the first Georgia Republican to lose a statewide election since 2006. And, now, a new threat. The secretary of state’s office had left its voter-registration system exposed online, opening Kemp to criticism that he couldn’t secure an election that featured him in the dual roles of candidate and overseer.

But by the next day, Kemp and his aides had devised one solution for both problems, an investigation by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows.

They publicly accused the Democratic Party of Georgia of trying to hack into the voter database in a failed attempt to steal the election. The announcement added last-minute drama to an already contentious campaign. More important, it also pre-empted scrutiny of the secretary of state’s own missteps while initiating a highly unusual criminal investigation into his political rivals.

But no evidence supported the allegations against the Democrats at the time, and none has emerged in the six weeks since, the Journal-Constitution found. It appears unlikely that any crime occurred.

“There was no way a reasonable person would conclude this was an attempted attack,” said Matthew Bernhard, a computer scientist at the University of Michigan who has consulted with plaintiffs in a lawsuit challenging Georgia’s use of outdated touch-screen voting machines.


“There were no perpetrators,” Lamb, who works for the Atlanta-based online security firm Bastille, said recently. “We are computer security professionals. We were trying to go through the process of responsible disclosure to make sure the system was secure.”

For months, Lamb said, “anyone could just have downloaded” – or manipulated – all the state’s election files.

During that time, Kemp focused elsewhere, on what he considered a different cyberattack by the Obama administration.

On Dec. 8, 2016, Kemp wrote to Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, demanding to know why the federal agency “was attempting to breach our firewall.” Kemp said a computer traced to Homeland Security had executed a “large unblocked scan” of the secretary of state’s website.

The intrusion, Kemp suggested, was in retaliation for his refusing the government’s help before the 2016 election.

Johnson replied four days later. He said a worker at his agency’s Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Brunswick, Georgia, had merely verified the professional licenses of job applicants – “a service, as I understand it, your website provides to the general public,” Johnson wrote.

Through a spokesman at his New York law firm, Johnson recently declined to comment.

Kemp wasn’t satisfied with Johnson’s response. “I will be elevating my concerns to the incoming administration,” he wrote back, and the same day, he asked Trump, then the president-elect, to investigate the Obama administration’s “failed cyberattacks” on Georgia. Republicans in Congress warned Johnson not to destroy evidence of what Rep. Jason Chaffetz, then chairman of the House Oversight Committee, called a possible breach of “state sovereignty” and a violation of state and federal laws.

Finally, in June 2017, a report by Homeland Security’s inspector general said a digital forensic investigation found no evidence of a cyberattack. Instead, the report said, a worker at the law enforcement training center had merely verified the professional licenses of job applicants – precisely what Johnson had told Kemp the previous December.

Kemp accepted the findings. But he said he was “disappointed that it took a new administration to investigate this highly important incident.”

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At 4:47 a.m., Candice Broce, the secretary of state’s spokeswoman, received a message from the online news site WhoWhatWhy, which says it practices “forensic journalism.” Its reporters had heard about Wright’s email and were preparing to post a story at 6 a.m. The website said it told Broce its story would describe a security breakdown in the secretary of state’s office, not a failed hack by the Democrats.

Exactly one hour later, a statement appeared on the secretary of state’s website, on the same page where voters search for sample ballots, find their polling place or check their registration.

In all-capital letters, the headline announced:

“AFTER FAILED HACKING ATTEMPT, SOS LAUNCHES INVESTIGATION INTO GEORGIA DEMOCRATIC PARTY.”

“While we cannot comment on the specifics of an ongoing investigation,” Broce was quoted as saying, “I can confirm that the Democratic Party of Georgia is under investigation for possible cyber crimes.”

https://www.myajc.com/news/state--region...8Eh4PCGxM/








It only took the Atlanta Journal-Constitution more than a month, after the election is well over, to discover the obvious: Kemp lied about Democrats hacking the Georgia voter registration system to create a last-minute explosive issue to sway the election

The saddest thing here is the reporting was already out there when Kemp made his allegations before the election. It was not hard for the AJC, as the primer Georgia newspaper, to follow up on this

I had an AJC reporter ask me to "comment on the effect Kemp's investigation would have on the election". I exploded at the reporter to do some reporting. And I'm not sorry for it

https://twitter.com/ElectProject/status/...0911354890
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Post: #66
RE: FRAUD: NC Board of Elections refuse to certify the Mark Harris win
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-14-2018 04:05 AM)
spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (12-14-2018 02:00 AM)
The nation’s largest voting equipment vendor has for at least nine years coaxed state and local elections officials to serve on an “advisory board” that gathers twice annually for company-sponsored conferences, including one last year at a ritzy Las Vegas resort hotel.

The arrangement could compromise the integrity of the officials' decisions — or at the very least, the optics of those decisions — at a time when they are faced with efforts by Russia and perhaps other nations to disrupt the upcoming mid-term elections, ethics and elections experts said.

As many as a dozen election officials attended the March 2, 2017 Las Vegas meeting, with a number of them accepting airfare, lodging, meals and, according to one participant, a ticket to a show on the Strip from their voting systems vendor, Nebraska-based Election Systems and Software (ES&S). Two other panel members said their state election boards paid for their trips.

Read more here: https://www.mcclatchydc.com/latest-news/...rylink=cpy
The former chief of staff to Brian Kemp appears to have been a member of voting machine vendor ES&S’s secret advisory board while he promoted ES&S’s controversial barcode balloting system. Dove is currently on Kemp’s transition team.

https://www.mcclatchydc.com/latest-news/...58729.html


I say “apparently” because the article says the advisory board is comprised of election officials, that it meets twice a year, that one such meeting was in Las Vegas last year, and that Dove attended that meeting.

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Post: #67
RE: VoteFRAUD: gerrymandered majorities to pass power grabs for lame-duck GOP
Michigan GOP uses their gerrymandered majorities to pass power grabs for lame-duck GOP Gov. Rick Snyder to sign. They would gut voter-approved same-day voter registration, restrict ballot initiatives, & usurp new Dem AG’s powers

https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2018/12...or-to-sign
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Post: #68
RE: VoteFRAUD: gerrymandered majorities to pass power grabs for lame-duck GOP
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Post: #69
RE: VoteFRAUD: gerrymandered majorities to pass power grabs for lame-duck GOP
MI Dems won’t be able to reverse these power grabs in 2019, because gerrymandering helped GOP retain majorities despite Dems winning the most votes, which has happened in 5 of last 9 elections. Dems may have won unified govt in 2018 without gerrymandering

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The NCSBE executive director sent this letter in 2017 to the US Attorney warning individuals and potentially groups engaged in efforts to manipulate elections results through the absentee ballot process. The letter warned it would likely continue if not addressed #NC09 @wsoctv

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Maine GOP Rep. Bruce Poliquin’s frivolous lawsuit to overturn his defeat to Democrat Jared Golden by arguing instant-runoff voting (ranked-choice) is unconstitutional keeps getting rightly smacked down in court
The 1st U.S. Court of Appeals has denied Republican U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin's request for an emergency motion seeking to prevent Democrat Jared Golden from replacing him on Jan. 3. A three-judge panel issued a one-page ruling that simply said it was unlikely to succeed.
https://twitter.com/HarrisonBDN/status/1...3125218304
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