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#Gerrymandering #Voterfraud #ElectionFraud #DurhamCo #VRSystems #NashCo


Recent court records show Mecklenburg and Nash Counties illegally used unapproved voter rolls in recent elections.

“On the Durham issue, an independent investigation and report, commissioned by the Durham County Board of Elections, concluded that VR Systems was not in any way responsible for issues involving a small number of check-ins at the beginning of Election Day in November 2016,” Martin said. “As for the hacking issue, there was a phishing attempt at VR Systems, but it was unsuccessful and no customers were impacted, including our customers in North Carolina. The judge had all of this information before him while ruling in our favor."

The General Assembly should ask Martin if any "Voters" were impacted, as Votes decide elections not "Customers"...

Further, what actions will be taken against Mecklenburg and Nash Counties over the use of these uncertified voter rolls...






Voting software that’s been under a cloud for months can be used in elections next week.

The State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement is appealing an administrative law judge’s decision Friday allowing counties to use software from a company called VR Systems that checks voters’ registration information.

Durham was using VR software on Election Day last year when a malfunction forced the county to switch to paper poll books. The glitch halted voting in some areas, and eight precincts extended voting hours.

The state elections board doesn’t want counties to use the software. The board hasn’t certified it, as required by law. In a court complaint, VR Systems said the elections board improperly revoked its license, and that some counties still want to use its product.

The company’s court complaint said Mecklenburg County used VR software in the September primaries, and Nash County used it in October, without problems and despite the state prohibition.

Last summer, The Intercept published a top-secret National Security Agency report that said VR was the target of a Russian cyberattack days before the election. The Department of Homeland Security told North Carolina officials a few months later that Russian hackers had not targeted the state. Still, the state elections board is examining laptops used in Durham for evidence of hacking.

Ben Martin, chief operating officer with VR Systems, said in a statement that the company was pleased with the administrative law judge’s ruling, and that Durham’s problems were not the company’s fault.

“On the Durham issue, an independent investigation and report, commissioned by the Durham County Board of Elections, concluded that VR Systems was not in any way responsible for issues involving a small number of check-ins at the beginning of Election Day in November 2016,” Martin said. “As for the hacking issue, there was a phishing attempt at VR Systems, but it was unsuccessful and no customers were impacted, including our customers in North Carolina. The judge had all of this information before him while ruling in our favor."

Durham is using state software this year. Wake uses paper poll books.

Counties that have used the VR software in the past are ready to use authorized alternatives, the state board said.

Twenty-one counties used VR software last year.

“While we understand the vendor’s desire to continue to operate in North Carolina, it is our responsibility to the public to ensure that our elections are secure and compliant with North Carolina law,” Kim Westbrook Strach, the state elections board’s executive director, said in a statement.

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Updated - Durham County Election Tampering
« Reply #96 on: September 02, 2017, 08:35:17 AM »
Election Tampering and Durham County - A Times Report





https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/09/01/us/politics/russia-election-hacking.html
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Where are the One Stop Voters?

Ineligible voters (illegally) participated in North Carolina's 2016 election, seems to be missing One Stop Voters?. 

It's noteworthy how the NCSBE "Creatively Crafts" its data, disseminating as 0.01% of the total (4,700,000) participating voters but seems quiet on the One Stop Voters.


https://s3.amazonaws.com/dl.ncsbe.gov/sboe/Post-Election%20Audit%20Report_2016%20General%20Election/Post-Election_Audit_Report.pdf

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https://vimeo.com/citizensscience/illegalvoterregistrationrolls

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RALEIGH, N.C. — The following is a statement from Kim Westbrook Strach, executive director of the N.C. State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement:

The agency’s cyber partnership with the Department of Homeland Security and post-election audits by the state and county boards of elections are among the many ways North Carolina protects election data and ensures accurate results.

This agency takes any reports of possible interference with our election processes very seriously.

We are actively investigating reported attempts to compromise VR Systems’ electronic poll book software, which is used on Election Day in 21 of North Carolina’s 100 counties to help check in voters who show up to cast ballots in person. The software is not used during early voting and does not play any role in ballot marking or vote tabulation.
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It's very interesting that Durham County had numerous Electronic Poll Books (Laptop Computers) malfunction at nearly the exact same time...

Nexus??  Each laptop was running VR Systems Software...

Next, a review of the below top secret documents which were recently leaked seem to provide additional clues into why Durham County may have had 94,000 late night ballots...

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Where is the report of the State Boards findings of this  massive (2013) investigation? 

MIA??

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Super Bowl LI interview with Trump at 4 pm ET Sunday on Fox Sports. Tune in for more of the interview on "The O'Reilly Factor" Monday and Tuesday at 8 pm ET on Fox News Channel.

Trump didn’t directly answer a question about whether he, in fact, has evidence -- but suggested that he has seen voter-registration records that suggest widespread voter fraud.

“We can be babies, but you take a look at the registration,” Trump said. “You have illegals, you have dead people, you have this. It’s really a bad situation.”


http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2017/02/05/trump-insistent-about-voter-fraud-says-people-say-am-right.html
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