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TN elections code prevents charges if a Democrat votes in a Republican primary and vice-versa

The Williamson County Election Commission alleged voter fraud was committed by county commission candidate Anne McGraw and House District 63 candidate Bill Peach. In 2018, they voted in the Republican primary in May only to later appear on the August ballot as Democrats. District Attorney Kent Chitwood wrote that there could be no criminal prosecution because Tennessee law does not clarify how to define a bona fide Republican or Democrat. This lack of distinction makes it hard for voters to know if they are committing a crime.


It is essential equipment is kept up to date or it becomes open to attack from a hack

Tennessee’s Counties are currently upgrading their voting equipment. However, many Counties are still using the same voting machines purchased over 14 years ago- Hart InterCivic eSlate and MicroVote Infinity voting machines. eSlate machines are not certified by federal EAC as they aren’t part of the new Hart InterCivic Verity Voting Systems, they use outdated software (Windows 2000 or Windows 7) which is insecure as it’s no longer supported by Microsoft and has been reporting vulnerabilities for years.


75% of TN Counties lack a Voter-verified paper audit trail

Most counties in Tennessee currently use direct-recording electronic machines (DREs) without a voter-verified paper audit trail (VVPAT). According to TN Secretary of State’s office spokeswoman Julia Bruck, 24 (out of 95) Counties will be using voting equipment that produces VVPAT in the November General Election. Without VVPAT, voters can’t verify their choices before they cast them, and it would be much more difficult to detect election fraud or malfunctioning of the voting systems.

Tennessee Constitutional Preamble

Whereas, The people of the territory of the United States south of the river Ohio, having the right of admission into the general government as a member state thereof, consistent with the Constitution of the United States, and the act of cession of the state of North Carolina, recognizing the ordinance for the government of the territory—of the United States north west of the Ohio River, by their delegates and representatives in convention assembled, did on the sixth day of February, in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninetysix, ordain and establish a Constitution, or form of government, and mutually agreed with each other to form themselves into a free and independent state by the name of the state of Tennessee, and, Whereas, The General Assembly of the said state of Tennessee, (pursuant to the third section of the tenth article of the Constitution,) by an act passed on the Twenty-seventh day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, entitled, “An Act” to provide for the calling of a convention, passed in obedience to the declared will of the voters of the state, as expressed at the general election of August, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-three, did authorize and provide for the election by the people of delegates and representatives, to meet at Nashville, in Davidson County, on the third Monday in May, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four, for the purpose of revising and amending, or changing, the Constitution, and said convention did accordingly meet and form a Constitution which was submitted to the people, and was ratified by them, on the first Friday in March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty-five, and, Whereas, The General Assembly of said state of Tennessee, under and in virtue of the first section of the first article of the Declaration of Rights, contained in and forming a part of the existing Constitution of the state, by an act passed on the fifteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and sixty-nine, did provide for the calling of a convention by the people of the state, to meet at Nashville, on the second Monday in January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy, and for the election of delegates for the purpose of amending or revising the present Constitution, or forming and making a new Constitution; and, Whereas, The people of the state, in the mode provided by said Act, have called said convention, and elected delegates to represent them therein; now therefore, We, the delegates and representatives of the people of the state of Tennessee, duly elected, and in convention assembled, in pursuance of said act of Assembly have ordained and established the following Constitution and form of government for this state, which we recommend to the people of Tennessee for their ratification.

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