RECOMMENDATION TO 2023 ELECTION CANVASS BOARDS FROM RON HANKS
November 22, 2023
CLICK HERE for white paper with links.
December 6, 2023 FIVE CO GOP CANVASS BOARD MEMBERS REFUSE TO CERTIFY 2023
Posted December 6, 2023
Part 1 of this briefing provides an overview of critical issues with the risk-limiting audit (RLA) during November 2023 election in Colorado. This includes the biased selection of contests to audit in each county and using RLA software rather than "a manual random audit" [by comparing the audited ballots to the cast vote record (CVR) for that ballot card] as required by Colorado statute. In Part 2, we demonstrate how to use the RLA audit tool to evaluate sample sizes and discuss some options to challenge the RLA implementation. As conducted, the RLA fails to achieve a 3% risk limit for most contests in Colorado.
Click on image below for the Colorado GOP recording of why Boulder County GOP Canvass Board members haven't certified elections for over a decade.
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- 11/22/2023 RECOMMENDATION TO 2023 ELECTION CANVASS BOARDS FROM RON HANKS, CHAIRMAN OF COGOP BALLOT AND ELECTION SECURITY COMMITTEE
- 11/19/2023 THE WIN THAT WASN'T - TRUMP ON COLORADO PRIMARY BALLOT
- 11/19/2023 WELD COUNTY MONEY POWER GRAB
- 11/17/2023 WHY GOP CANVASS BOARD MEMBERS SHOULD REFUSE TO CERTIFY 2023
9/9/2023 INDECENT BALLOT EXPOSURE!
- 9/5/2023 GLASS BOX VOTING AND HAND-COUNT WITH STATUTE REFERENCES
- 8/25/2023 RNC RESOLUTION URGING A "RETURN TO EXCELLENCE" IN AMERICAN VOTING AND ELECTIONS
Posted November 16, 2023
Submitted by a friend
Very simply, in the November 7, 2023 election, the Colorado Secretary of State's web site reporting ballot returns was reporting more ballots counted on Proposition HH than the total number of ballots received, by over 142,000, as described in more detail below from my local newsletter.
Election Magic - Did the Curtain Slip? Why do card sharps wear long sleeves?
Hypothetically, of course, if you controlled the software that reports voting results, and you assumed that not all cast ballots would vote one way or another on a particular issue important to you, you might consider slipping in some numbers favoring your position that no one would notice. So if 100 ballots were cast but of those 20 didn’t bother voting on your issue, you might get away with slipping in a few numbers no one would notice, up to 20, or so you hope.
It wasn't much of a prayer, but apparently, it worked. She skidded to a stop, stood up and brushed at her jeans - while the boys in the small truck she had just fallen out of completed the left-hand turn in front of me and pulled over on the side of the road to pick her up.
My light turned green and I drove across the intersection and pulled to a stop behind them.
The boys were using the name as an expletive. They nervously shoved their long hair out of their eyes - more for the sake of doing something with their hands than trying to see. They looked like they were trying to shake themselves out of a bad dream - dumbfounded that their friend was just standing there, unhurt.
Wide-eyed, they came over to my car window. "Jesus Christ!" they said at me.
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