KENTUCKY

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Secretary of State

700 Capitol Ave., Suite 152 • Frankfort, KY 40601

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KENTUCKY VOTING MACHINES ARE 15 YEARS OLD AND NOT EAC CERTIFIED

Voting machines are outdated and no longer manufactured

The KY approved voting systems used by the counties are manufactured by Hart Intercivic and ES&S. 116 out of 120 counties are using voting systems not certified by the EAC and bought 15 years ago. The ES&S Ivotronic/M-100 system is no longer manufactured or sold by ES&S, and the Hart Intercivic eSlate/eScan system is only sold as a used system. Both systems received security complaints, including flipping, being susceptible to hacking and lack of paper trail to verify election results.

KENTUCKY VOTERS PRIVATE DATA EASILY ACCESIBLE

Voter’s party affiliation and residence address open to public

The State of Kentucky provides a voter status lookup. This application requires only a voter’s name, last name and date of birth to access it. Any person with such information could then access a voter’s residence address and party affiliation.

KENTUCKY VOTERS DATABASE SOLD ON THE DARK WEB AND IN HACKING FORUMS

Voter database leaked despite only being available for political parties and candidates

Kentucky’s voter registration list is pulled from the state’s voter registration system and can be purchased by political parties or candidates from the state board of elections.   But, KY Voter database is sold on the dark web and in hacking forums. Kentucky Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes said, “At this time, I have no reason to believe Kentucky’s voter registration system has been compromised,”. “This incident, however, underscores the serious need to ensure our staff are not releasing information in the public domain which weaken Kentucky’s cybersecurity efforts”.

TWO LARGEST COUNTIES REJECT 15,000 ABSENTEE BALLOTS

The two most populous counties in KY rejected 15,000 primary absentee ballots

Between Jefferson and Fayette Counties, 15,000 primary absentee ballots were rejected because of missing signatures; they were sent late, the envelope was not sealed, or they were missing an inner envelop flap. In Jefferson County, 8,381 ballots were rejected; the top three reasons were lack of a voter signature, ballots were sent in late, and missing the inner flap signature. In Fayette County, 6,645 ballots were rejected; the top three reasons were the envelops not being sealed, no voter signature, and missing an inner envelop flap.

50 PEOPLE CONVICTED OF VOTER FRAUD SINCE 2003

Fifty people have been convicted of buying votes since 2003

Buying votes consists of paying voters to cast an in-person or absentee ballot vote for a particular candidate. A majority of these convictions included developing a voting scheme to pay voters to vote for a specific slate of candidates. According to a U.S Department of Justice study, over the past decade, the Eastern District of Kentucky ranked 16th among the 93 U.S. attorneys’ offices nationwide for public corruption convictions, this includes vote-buying.

Kentucky Constitutional Preamble

We, the people of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, grateful to Almighty God for the civil, political and religious liberties we enjoy, and invoking the continuance of these blessings, do ordain and establish this Constitution. This preamble to Kentucky's present Constitution is the first one of the four adopted in Kentucky to use the term “Commonwealth of Kentucky.” It is also the first one to make reference to Almighty God.

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