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RELIABLE VOTER ROLLS ARE UP TO EACH COUNTY TO MANAGE

Voting official verifies there was double voting cases in 2020 primary. Judicial Watch lawsuit against the SoS of CA ended with the SoS losing as they did not clean up 5 million voters on their voter rolls. Leaving those ballots to be harvested and stolen to change the vote.

The Secretary of State requires counties to determine whether there is a potential match in the statewide database. Each county decides what system it will use to manage its Election Management System, causing complications in communications between systems. The 2020 primary sent mail-in ballots to voters who signed up for it, Gov. Newsom’s executive order will mail out ballots to 21 million registered voters. Research has shown that the voter rolls for CA could have over 450,000 who have died or moved.

LA COUNTY HAD 17,000 VOTE BY MAIL BALLOTS MAILED OUT LATE

Vote by mail ballots mailed out late due to issues with Election Management System.

LA County mailed out 17,000 vote by mail ballots late because of procedural and system failures. The leading cause was the County’s Election Management System. LA County’s EMS vendor is Runbeck Election Services who specialize in election printing and mailing. The company also serves four other significant counties in CA, San Diego, San Bernardino, Alameda, and Modoc.

ALMOST 5 MILLION MAIL-IN BALLOTS MARKED UNKOWN IN 2018

There were 4,935,856 mail-in ballots that were marked “unknown” in the 2018 election.

The Election Assistance Commission defines “unknown” ballots as ballots that were not returned by the voter, spoiled, returned as undeliverable, or otherwise unable to be tracked by the receiving office. Research shows that 4,935,856 mail-in ballots were marked “unknown” in the 2018 election cycle. In 2018 there were 12,018,707 mail-in ballots sent out for the general election.

ONLY SOME OF CALIFORNIA VOTING SYSTEMS ARE EAC-CERTIFIED

Electoral Assistance Commission certification is vital to ensure machine integrity.

California cannot certify a direct electronic voting system unless it has received federal qualification. However, California can certify modifications which aren’t EAC-certified. These modifications are tested by independent laboratories such as SLI Compliance.

OUTDATED SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE IN CALIFORNIA

Three counties are using outdated OS and the other two are using 14-year old voting equipment.

Alpine, Amador and Merced counties are using California-certificated ES&S 6.0.4.2. This system uses end of life software (Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2) and are easily hackable having no security patches. A security test report noted vulnerabilities that could be exploited by a bad actor to gain access to the system. Lassen and Modoc counties are still using 14-year-old AccuVote Optical Scans that are very insecure and are susceptible to internal software bugs and external attacks.

LA VOTING MACHINE COMPANY ROOTS IN VENEZUALA, MACHINES BUILT IN CHINA

Election machines built in China will always carry a risk of containing backdoors.

Los Angeles awarded Smartmatic with the contract to develop VSAP software and hardware in 2018. The contract included two main subcontractors: Flex Ltd. and Votem Corp. Flex is a Singapore based company with 19 facilities in China. They provide design, engineering, manufacturing, real-time supply chain and logistics services, and is the official provider for the manufacturing of the new voting hardware. Smartmatic was created in Venezuela by founder Antonio Mugica and originally provided machines for ex-president Hugo Chavez regime.

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