“It’s morally wrong to have proprietary software running our elections,” Clarkson said. “You can’t do that and have a democracy. This isn’t even a partisan matter; it’s a matter of not being transparent and secure.”
Salinans who attended the lecture expressed their support for Clarkson.
Questioning the Unverified Computer Results of Kentucky’s Governor’s Race: ‘BradCast’ 11/4/2015
Bev Harris, of BlackBoxVoting.org, who I spoke with earlier today, described the higher vote totals in the down ballot races as a “significant anomaly”. She tells me that, at least until more records are requested and examined, the KY-Gov’s race “has to be looked at as a questionable outcome, particularly because of the discrepancies in the down ballot races. More votes in those races and not at the top…that just doesn’t happen.”
For those who think vote rigging is a crazy conspiracy theory:
KY Election Officials Arrested, Charged With ‘Changing Votes at E-Voting Machines’
Five Clay County officials, including the circuit court judge, the county clerk, and election officers were arrested Thursday after they were indicted on federal charges accusing them of using corrupt tactics to obtain political power and personal gain. […] According to the indictment, these alleged criminal actions affected the outcome of federal, local, and state primary and general elections in 2002, 2004, and 2006.
MOD Squad speaker suing for audit of voting machines urges paper ballots, improvements
Say “Paper, please,” when you go to the polls, advised Beth Clarkson, chief statistician for the National Institute for Aviation Research at Wichita State University, when addressing a Hutchinson audience Monday night.