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Secretary of State

201 State Capitol • Indianapolis, IN 46204

(317) 232-6536

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FIFTEEN CONVICTIONS OF MAIL-IN VOTER FRAUD SINCE 2000

There have been 15 convictions of fraudulent use of absentee ballots since 2000.

The fraudulent use of absentee ballots consists of requesting absentee ballots and voting without the knowledge of the actual voter, obtaining the absentee ballot from a voter, filling it in directly, and forging the voter’s signature or illegally telling the voter whom to vote for. Convictions included three police officers, an Austin City mayor, and a former Muncie City Councilman.

A DEMOCRATIC ACTIVIST IS FACING FELONY ELECTION FRAUD CHARGES

Activist is charged with mailing out ballots requests that were partially filled outdated.

Janet Reed is a Democratic Party activist facing charges of mailing out hundreds of ballot requests that were partially filled out. Instructions mailed out with the ballot requests instructed voters that did not need to fill out section three of the form as it was already marked for the Democratic Party. It is legal to mail out applications for absentee ballots, but having applications pre-completed is prohibited by IN voting code.

INDIANA’S VOTER PORTAL IS OPEN TO CAUSING CHAOS

Confidential data exposed by poor authentication.

The state of Indiana provides an online voter portal to register to vote and to check voter’s personal status. In order to protect the voter information, the voting portal added a two-factor (2FA) authentication, but it’s optional. The voter’s status checker is open to chaos if a bad actor has access to first and last name, date of birth and County of residence. A hacker could then access voter’s confidential data (residence address, phone number and last four digits of SSN) and could also apply for an Absentee Ballot on the voter’s behalf. A hacker with possession of voter’s Driver License Number or Indiana State ID number could modify voter’s data (voter’s name, address, phone number etc).

INDIANA USING OUTDATED VOTING SYSTEMS

Many counties in Indiana using old and hackable voting systems.

Some voting systems approved by the state have outdated software, including Dominion’s AccuVote/GEMS voting system, ES&S EVS 5.2.4.0 and Hart InterCivic’s Verity Voting 2.3. These systems use end of life software (Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 and Microsoft Server 2008 R2) which are easily hackable and no longer receive security patches.

ISSUES WITH POLLBOOKS USED IN INDIANA

Voting equipment connected to the Internet are always vulnerable to being hacked.

In 2019, Johnson County changed its election company from ES&S to KNOWiNK after the 2018 midterm and General Election fiasco. Despite this, seven Counties (Brown, Carroll, Dearborn, Elkhart, Howard, Monroe and Porter) are still using ES&S EZRoster ExpressPoll. These poll books from ES&S have been hacked at the DEFCON “Voting Village”. They exposed the weak security and even played a video game on one machine.

Also, Poll books in Indiana are networked and receive immediate updates on who has voted in other voting centers. Poll books within a polling location are connected through Bluetooth or Mi-Fi and all are connected to a centralized server via Wi-Fi.

Indiana Constitutional Preamble

TO THE END, that justice be established, public order maintained, and liberty perpetuated; WE, the People of the State of Indiana, grateful to ALMIGHTY GOD for the free exercise of the right to choose our own form of government, do ordain this Constitution.

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