Vote Security Compromised: The record of the official vote count (on memory cards) for the June 5 recall election was compromised. The count was not kept in custody by the County Clerks. If you live in the following Wisconsin Counties, listed, the security of your June 5 vote was compromised.There's a lot more at link above.
ADAMS, BUFFALO (responded in writing), BURNETT, CRAWFORD, FLORENCE, FOREST, IRON (responded in writing), JUNEAU, LANGLADE, MANITOWOC, MARINETTE, OCONTO, ONEIDA, OUTAGAMIE, PIERCE, PRICE (responded in writing), RICHLAND (later retracted that), TREMPEALEAU, VERNON, WASHBURN, WAUSHARA
County Clerks failed to keep the record of your vote in secure custody. The record (on the cards) was sent out of state before the required 21 days required by law. WI Stats. 7.23(1)(g) the record retention period for the removable memory cards is 21 days.
The discovery was first made in Crawford County when the County Clerk admitted to me that the memory cards were not in her office. Read “Cartridges, Clerks, and Men in White Suits.
The custody of your vote was compromised and if there had been a recall, you would not have had access to the memory cards since they were lying in the office of Command Central near St. Cloud Minnesota.
When the vote count was discovered to be compromised a Freedom of Information Act request was sent to all of the counties known to use the Edge voting machine and the memory card therein to tally the vote.
Monday, July 2, 2012
Voter Machine Memory Cards not in Secure Custody for 21 Day Requirement.
Wisconsin does not check the accuracy of electronic voting machines to the actual paper votes. No spot checks. Republicans must know something I don't, since these guardians of election integrity, aren't concerned with election fraud. These machines have been known to make big mistakes, yet no verification system. At Free Wisconsin, Dennis Kern wrote this: