The assumption here in New Hampshire is that we will continue to use the AccuVote machines, at least for the next several years, and that the machines are not as good as people when it comes to counting votes.
Jovan Hutton Pulitzer featured the Windham election and audit in a recent episode of his podcast. It’s not a lot of new information for our readers, but you’ll want to listen because what is new might amaze you.
Before the security camera footage went out for about an hour, we see an image of NH Associate AG Anne Edwards walking toward a table covered with “secured” ballots – from the November election in Windham.
I think that what the Democrats did in many States ensured President Asterisk would win. Send LOTS of ballots to everyone possible in their Area of Operations. If some people got multiples that’s a feature and not a bug, at least from their perspective.
Both sides of my family started serving our nation in 1776. Later, a relative would serve with Corporal Abraham Lincoln in Illinois. We had a relative serving with General Hood from Texas, Captain Halstead Burtis, while Major John Burtis served with the 13th NY Infantry.
Any member of the public may attend an election recount in Concord and visually review all the ballots cast. Yet these same members of the public may NOT file a Right to Know request to review those same ballots.
I see how Dr. Steve Pieczenik and Tony Shaffer support each other (regarding the questionable blockchain marked ballot idea). Yet I fail to see anything happening that’s concrete. Until I actually do see something concrete – color me skeptical.
We’ve told people for months that the only way to ensure your vote counts is to guarantee the chain of custody. From your hand to the machine that counts it. But the Democrat machine is pushing it alongside the fearmongering, and as promised, votes are being lost.