Want a 2020 election we can trust? Tell Congress,state lawmakers, & state & county lawmakers about the dangers of machine-marked barcoded paper printouts from hackable ballot marking devices & “Hybrids,” which @DrJillStein’s PA settlement agreement ALLOWS for 2020. 1/
Investigations are critical, and every single candidate regardless of political affiliation deserves to know if he or she legitimately won or lost their race. Our current system makes this virtually impossible. 2/
Machine-marked paper summary cards from ballot marking devices and Hybrids (BMD/scanner Hybrids), which @DrJillStein’s agreement allows as a primary voting system, will make it impossible to confirm election outcomes in 2020!
Link to expert report: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3375755 … 3/
Tell Congress, state lawmakers, and state & county election officials to ban BMDs and Hybrids as a primary voting system & to use #HandmarkedPaperBallots instead (except for those who are unable to hand mark). 4/
And tell them to remove and ban the cellular modems referenced by @DrJillStein, which voting machine vendor ES&S installed in Florida, Wisconsin, Illinois, and perhaps elsewhere starting in 2015.
Link to my @NYRDaily article discussing the modems: https://www.nybooks.com/daily/2018/11/05/voting-machines-what-could-possibly-go-wrong/ … 5/
7/ Sourced thread about the remote access software in Pennsylvania and elsewhere, which @DrJillStein also did not address.
8/ Finally, yes, support @Tim_Canova in his quest to confirm the legitimacy of the outcome of his race against DWS. We should ALL worry about the cellular modems that ES&S installed in ballot scanners throughout Florida starting in 2015.
9/ We should ALL worry that ES&S, Dominion, & perhaps other vendors have installed remote in jurisdictions they won’t identify. Is Florida among them? It seems the only way to get to the bottom of this is w/ a lawsuit.
10/ @Tim_Canova was the only candidate with the guts to file a lawsuit challenging Florida’s use of cellular modems and the legitimacy of the electronic outcome of his race. Nelson & Gillum owed it to their supporters to do the same. That they failed to do so is a tragedy.
12/ From November 2018. I wish they had listened.
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