Sedgwick County has responded to my lawsuit!

Filed on August 18th, the last day allowed, and received by me via U.S. mail on the 20th, Tabitha Lehman main complaints are that I didn’t get her title right, she is forbidden by law to grant me access (unless a judge so orders – she doesn’t mention that in her response though), and it will be difficult and expensive to conduct an audit.

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13 thoughts on “Sedgwick County has responded to my lawsuit!”

    1. What would the cost be?? Would the state Demo. committee be able to fund it? Is there a possibility that the news media might take an interest? I would be happy to make a donation!

      1. We don’t yet know what the cost would be because the election office refuses to give any estimate of the cost of examining those records. It will be expensive because it is tedious time-consuming work and will require a lot of labor hours.

        Thanks for offering to make a donation. When I have the Show Me The Votes non-profit set up, I’ll come asking for it.

  1. I would think that Sedgwick County would like to know whether their voting machines were honest, there should be a problem with and audit.

  2. Kobach should follow up on this as Kansas Sec of State overseeing voting in KS. But he is getting ready to go after voter fraud this September. In stead of doing the job he eas elected to do KS legislature and Gov. Brownback gave him the power to prosecute…the only SOS in the country with judicial powers. Money for this investigation ? KS taxpayers just paid to send the largest number of state legislators to ALEC, GOP/Koch think tank meeting in Georgia that designs bills for GOP to persue at federal and state levels. This needs to go to the federal level because Kobach peddled the Crosscheck voter ID program to 37 states, disenfranchising tens of thousands who fud not have time to defend themselves.

  3. This is not a partisan issue. We must be able to trust voting machines or stop using them. It is unbelievable that voting machine code is propriety and the results have NEVER BEEN AUDITED. This is important. There are national implications. You will have my support going forward and, I suspect, the support of millions who cherish our democracy.

    At the very least an audit could confirm accuracy. The fact that the state of Kansas is fighting one is a giant red flag. There is no legitimate reason to oppose an audit.

  4. Elizabeth,…

    “30 FULL Voting Rights” for each voter IS THE KEY

    You might win something…but have found after 50 plus-years
    that our present laws (Fed, State, Local) are stacked AGAINST
    the individual voters.

    Our country is some 239 years old… and so far NO voter in any
    of our 50 states has their “30 FULL Voting Rights”, regardless of
    the voter’s personal and/or political persuasions.

    You might have some statistical info that informs you that the
    count or outcome of one or more races does not ‘conform’ with
    your formulas and or theory(s) and or algorithm(s) etc. … And all
    the nice elected people, and all the nice election people, and all the
    nice judges of all levels (local, county, state, fed)…will hear
    you…etc. It will cost you your time and your money…. and the
    entire “ruling class” will remain uncaring about your concerns.
    (I have witnessed this for over 50 years.)

    But, bottom line if you point to “your evidence of actual erroneous
    vote count(s)” then the “ruling class” might call for and perform a
    count to their satisfaction.
    (I have witnessed this for over 50 years.)

    It seems to me…what we may/might be asking for is for our
    governments (fed, state, local) to incorporate our 30 full voting
    rights into our constitutions (fed, states) and our election laws
    (fed, state, local).

    Once the 30 full voting rights are in place … many of the actual
    election process concerns will become history.

    Contact me for any questions,etc.

    Thanks and Good Luck,

    Frank Henry
    Full Voting Rights Advocate
    Tel: 928-649-0249
    e-mail: fmhenry4@netzero.com

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  6. I was wondering if you ever considered changing the page layout of your
    website? Its very well written; I love what
    youve got to say. But maybe you could a little more in the
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  7. It’s so very wonderful to see someone finally trying to prove what many Americans have suspected all along – That the vote is being rigged to support corrupt politicians.

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