Typically stories in the bought media attempt to counsel you to “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.” Following other local media you will have only heard or read one local valid half-truth story on this topic.
On Election Day the Clinton News Network and others reported that Clark County District Judge Gloria Sturman refused to order data to be collected to record who the election workers were that had access to the machines. She said that she would not issue an order to “Preserve anything.”
Why was this important? Prior to the election, Ms. Bev Harris of www.BlackBoxVoting.org placed online a demonstration of a software identified as “Faction Magic” that is able to change votes entered into the voting machine AFTER THE VOTE. A video on that website is among many online that actually shows people breaking and entering
into the election computers. It also shows that the way some voting machine software is designed is beyond suspicious.
Of primary significance in that regard is the following:
1. Use of the Faction Magic software will change the reported tally, but it will not change the ballot images.
2. People have the right to obtain this information as it does not include the names or addresses of the voters.
3. Obtaining a copy of the data and comparing the tally and the ballot images does uncover this form of election fraud.
4. If someone did a manual override of the votes then that action will destroy the ballot images.
5. The obvious purpose of turning off the ballot image recordings on the system is to conceal the fact that the tally and the images don’t match.
On or before 11/2/16 information was put online to help individuals detect this kind of election fraud. According to laws already on the books you have a right to examine the ballot information.
You can go to any office supply or computer store and buy a “USB storage device,” sometimes called a “Thumb Drive,” for about $20. A writable computer disk may also work. Then take the thumb drive to the Clark County Election Department Offices at 500 South Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, Suite 1113.
Make a public records request. Ask for both the Ballot images and the electronic voting records for a few precincts to be put on the thumb drive.
A cast vote record is a little different than a ballot image. So if you have a choice, get the Ballot image or both with the (tally) electronic voting records. You probably don’t want to ask for the entire county. That data is too big for you to examine it all and too big for a thumb drive. Just ask for a few precincts. If you ask for lots of precincts that could give them an excuse to delay giving you the data. It would be best to take what you can get immediately before
anything can “happen” to the data.
If you think that comparing the data or using a computer is too much for you, ask for it anyway and just do nothing after you have the data. Just the act of going there and asking for the data may well discourage someone from cheating next time.
To compare the files is easy if you have a computer. Each ballot record and ballot image pair have a matching number, like 10548626, that you can compare. Either they match or someone needs to be arrested. Much more detail about this is known and can be heard by listening to a Bev Harris interview on Infowars.com. If the fear of
Nevada vote-rigging through this method is unfounded, then you will have kept the system honest. If you are refused the data or it doesn’t match, then online reports of Nevada vote-rigging are true. This work would not uncover voting by the dead or voting multiple times by one person using multiple names or similar cheating of the system. The voting machines we use are proven to be easily compromised by those using this software and other methods. So the question is not could it be done but rather was it done and how.