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Untitled. Manufacturer Confirms Installing Remote-Access Software on U.S. Voting Machines. CHANGING ITS STORY.

Manufacturer Confirms Installing Remote-Access Software on U.S. Voting Machines

Election hacking is at the top of everyone’s mind right now, thanks to the controversy surrounding the 2016 Presidential election. But a new report by Motherboard suggests the issue is far from new. On Tuesday, the outlet published an article in which it claims it obtained a letter sent by Election Systems and Software (ES&S) (the company responsible for manufacturing the majority of voting machines used in the U.S.) to Senator Ron Wyden (D-OR) in April.

In the letter, ES&S reportedly admits that it sold election-management systems (EMSs) equipped with pcAnywhere, a software program typically used by system administrators as a way to access computers remotely, to “a small number of customers” between 2000 and 2006. In a report published by the New York Times in February, the company denied any knowledge of selling machines containing this software. DIRECT ACCESS. Election interference has been going on for years. The reason? Voter purges. In every American election there are some voters who show up to their polling place ready to cast a ballot, only to find their name isn’t on the registration list.

Election interference has been going on for years. The reason? Voter purges

The reason? Voter purges, an often flawed effort to update voter rolls by removing voters’ names from registration lists. Virginians fell victim in 2013, when nearly 39,000 voters were removed when the state relied on faulty data to determine which names should be deleted. In 2016 it was New Yorkers, when the New York City board of elections wrongly deleted more than 200,000 names. No area of America is immune, as purges have grown against the backdrop of a controversial supreme court decision in 2013 that gutted federal protections for voters.

Citizenship Question Emails Connect Thomas Hofeller With Christa Jones : NPR. Donald Trump Jr. tweets misleading 2012 headline about Florida noncitizen voters. The War On Voting Rights (2018) SwitchHit has not yet monetized their account but you can still support BitChute.

The War On Voting Rights (2018)

Thank you for supporting SwitchHit, please consider also supporting BitChute. Support BitChute We offer the following supporter levels, charged monthly, with a variety of associated benefits and rewards: Trump Jr.'s False Noncitizen Voting Tweet. Amid a contentious Florida recount, Donald Trump Jr. tweeted a six-year-old, and outdated, story to suggest hundreds of thousands of noncitizens could have voted in the state.

Trump Jr.'s False Noncitizen Voting Tweet

The story includes an update saying just 85 noncitizens were ultimately removed from the state’s voter rolls in 2012. On Nov. 12, Trump Jr. tweeted the “Amazing, but not shocking at all anymore” headline from an NBC Miami story that said, “Nearly 200,000 Florida Voters May Not Be Citizens.” But an editor’s note posted to the top of the story before he tweeted about it made clear that the figure from state officials turned out to be deeply flawed. The story, written by the Associated Press, originates with an effort by Republican Gov. Eu.usatoday. Republican Brian Kemp resigned Thursday as Georgia's secretary of state, a day after his campaign said he's captured enough votes to become Georgia governor, even though his election rival is conceding nothing in one of the nation's marquee midterm races.


(Nov. 8) AP Democratic candidate Stacey Abrams was being pushed Saturday to concede in the race for Georgia's governor, a day after her Republican counterpart Brian Kemp started his transition into the new role. It's been four days since voters cast their ballots in the race but despite Kemp claiming victory, no one has called the race for either candidate. Kemp is currently ahead by about 60,000 votes and says it is mathematically impossible for Abrams to win. 'Textbook voter suppression': Georgia's bitter election a battle years in the making. Georgia’s hard-fought and bitter governor’s race still isn’t over.

'Textbook voter suppression': Georgia's bitter election a battle years in the making

Nor was it just a gubernatorial campaign pitting rightwing Trump acolyte Brian Kemp against insurgent Democrat Stacy Abrams and her bid to become the first African American woman governor in US history. Instead it was a battle years in the making, and it was not so much about who to vote for – but who could vote at all. Kemp has declared victory and handed in his resignation as secretary of state – the very office that oversees this contentious election. The outgoing governor Nathan Deal, has declared him the victor.

There’s just one catch. Abrams’ campaign team is still counting the votes. Democrats got millions more votes – so how did Republicans win the Senate? The 2018 midterm elections brought significant gains for Democrats, who retook the House of Representatives and snatched several governorships from the grip of Republicans.

Democrats got millions more votes – so how did Republicans win the Senate?

But some were left questioning why Democrats suffered a series of setbacks that prevented the party from picking up even more seats and, perhaps most consequentially, left the US Senate in Republican hands. Among the most eye-catching was a statistic showing Democrats led Republicans by more than 12 million votes in Senate races, and yet still suffered losses on the night and failed to win a majority of seats in the chamber. Constitutional experts said the discrepancy between votes cast and seats won was the result of misplaced ire that ignored the Senate electoral process. Because each state gets two senators, irrespective of population, states such as Wyoming have as many seats as California, despite the latter having more than 60 times the population.

. … we have a small favour to ask. The War On Voting Rights (2018) The Only Good Reasons Not to Vote - by Kendra Wells. Trump appears not to understand grocery shopping, voter fraud, ID laws. States with voter ID laws have seen 'zero decrease' in turnout, NC Republican says. Should North Carolina residents have to show photo identification to vote?

States with voter ID laws have seen 'zero decrease' in turnout, NC Republican says

Republicans who control North Carolina’s state legislature are considering the requirement, and have proposed putting a referendum on the November ballot. Those who support the idea say it’s needed to prevent people from impersonating one another. Critics, meanwhile, say photo ID requirements discriminate against poor people and minorities who may not have driver’s licenses or other forms of photo ID. They also say photo ID is unnecessary, since reports of voter fraud in North Carolina are rare and tend to occur not at polling sites but with mail-in ballots. State Rep. "Not at all," Moore said in the June 7 interview. Consent?brandType=nonEu&gcrumb=B-HLwaI&done= Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach (R) was found in contempt of court on Wednesday for not following a court order to fully inform thousands of Kansans that they were eligible to vote.


U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson, a George W. Pants On Fire for Trump's claim about 'serious voter fraud' in California. Grabbing the attention of the Golden State, President-Elect Donald Trump claimed in a recent tweet there was "serious voter fraud" in three states won by Hillary Clinton during the General Election, including California.

Pants On Fire for Trump's claim about 'serious voter fraud' in California

Here’s his tweet: Trump made this claim on Sunday during a flood of tweets about voter fraud. The president-elect also said he would have won the popular vote if not for "the millions of people who voted illegally. " PolitiFact national examined that claim and rated it Pants on Fire. Kobach Exposed at Trial. GOP Rigs Elections: Gerrymandering, Voter-ID Laws, Dark Money. Donald Trump says there's 'substantial evidence of voter fraud.' There isn't. President Donald Trump is closing the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity, a panel to investigate voter fraud that had attracted controversy during its short life. The commission -- headed by Vice President Mike Pence and Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach -- had been "bedeviled by internal dissension, threats of litigation and the refusal of some states to provide information.

Its last known meeting was Sept. 12," NBC reported. The panel included a few Democrats, but its membership was majority Republican. One Democratic member of the commission even filed a lawsuit, demanding to be kept abreast of its activities. Separately, the Government Accountability Office, a federal agency, announced in October 2017 that it would probe its handling of voter files and other issues, in response to calls by Democratic lawmakers. PolitiFact is separately checking a different assertion by Trump, that "mostly Democrat states refused to hand over data" to the commission. Donald Trump says there's 'substantial evidence of voter fraud.' There isn't. How Computers Turned Gerrymandering Into a Science. Too poor to vote: how Alabama’s ‘new poll tax’ bars thousands of people from voting.

Randi Lynn Williams assumes she will never be able to afford to vote again. The 38-year-old resident of Dothan, Alabama, lost her right to vote in 2008, when she was convicted of fraudulent use of a credit card. She was on probation for over two years, then served a few months behind bars ending in early 2011, at which point she would have been eligible to vote in most states.

In Maine and Vermont, she would have never lost that right in the first place. But in Alabama and eight other states from Nevada to Tennessee, anyone who has lost the franchise cannot regain it until they pay off any outstanding court fines, legal fees and victim restitution. Anti-vote fraud group levels false charge of corrupted voter rolls. Trump's 'election integrity' group is waging war on the right to vote. The Trump presidency is opening up a new battlefront in the intense and controversial war over American voting rights. After a decade of wrangling between Democrats who have sought to expand voting opportunities and Republicans who have invoked the specter of voter fraud to restrict them, the focus is now on purging registration lists – even at the risk of kicking large numbers of eligible voters off the rolls. Both Trump’s justice department and his newly formed Presidential Commission on Election Integrity are involved in broad data collection and new policy proposals to “clean up” the voter rolls in ways that critics fear will have a disproportionate impact on blacks, Latinos and newly naturalized citizens.

The justice department (DoJ) has also begun issuing legal opinions to support states that have passed restrictive new voting rules, even when they appear to contradict existing federal law. Kris Kobach's Voter Fraud Commission Is Absurd. When a great office is vacant, either by death or disgrace (which often happens,) five or six of those candidates petition the emperor to entertain his majesty and the court with a dance on the rope; and whoever jumps the highest, without falling, succeeds in the office. —Gulliver’s Travels, Jonathan Swift MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE—The entire Charlatans Cotillion that took place on the campus of St. Is there evidence of voter fraud in New Hampshire, as Kris Kobach said? Not really.

Kris Kobach, the Kansas Secretary of State and Vice Chairman of the Presidential Commission on Election Integrity, has alleged voter fraud in the New Hampshire 2016 election. Don't suppress the vote, but keep track of voters. Reversing the position it took during the Obama administration, the U.S. Department of Justice under President Trump last week asked the Supreme Court to uphold a procedure the state of Ohio wants to use to purge some voters from its election rolls — a practice that disproportionately disenfranchises poor and minority voters. The court should decline the invitation and rule that Ohio is violating the 1993 National Voter Registration Act. That landmark law prohibits states from purging registered voters from the rolls just because they failed to vote. Welcome, Anthony Scaramucci! Here's some research on illegal voting. At his first briefing as White House communications director, Anthony Scaramucci acknowledged that he wasn’t ready to answer every question reporters threw at him -- including one about whether there were 3 million illegal votes cast in the 2016 presidential election.

Donald Trump Tells His Voter Fraud Panel: Find Me ‘Something’ Trump vote suppressors working to keep Republican majority. Photo Credit: Trump accidentally exposes the lie at the heart of the Pence-Kobach voter fraud commission. AFP/Getty Images. Kobach email confirms goal of voter fraud commission to gut NVRA. Getty Images. Trump election group backs away from its request for voter data after outcry. States Push New Voter Requirements, Fueled by Trump. MARSHALL, Mo. — Paul Gieringer let Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft talk for half an hour, explaining the state's complicated new voter ID law to a crowd of two dozen at the local community center, before raising his hand.

Democrats Must Become America’s Anti-Gerrymandering Party. Democrats Must Become America’s [...] The Man Behind Trump’s Voter-Fraud Obsession - The New York Times. The letter @KrisKobach1787 is sending to states confirms: Pence and Kobach are laying the groundwork for voter suppression, plain & simple. 5 Things to Know Wisconsin Partisan Gerrymandering Case 2x click. The Trump voter fraud agenda has arrived in New Hampshire. Win McNamee/Getty Images, Creative Commons/Wikipedia. Russian agents hacked US voting system manufacturer before US election – report. Voting rights are under assault nationwide. Here’s how to protect them. Kris Kobach is leading Trump’s vote fraud commission. That’s terrifying.

In other disturbing news, the census director resigned Tuesday. Donald Trump’s definition of ‘voter fraud’ appears to include his own daughter and top adviser. The Struggle to Vote in Kansas. Then Closes Driver's License Offices In Black Counties. Federal Court Finds Texas Voter ID Law Discriminates Against Black and Latino Voters. If people share a common name, but live in different states Repubs remove their voter registrations as "frauds" Investigative Reporter on fraudulent voter suppression. What's Behind the GOP Witch Hunt for Voter Fraud - Why Is It So Hard To Vote In America? North Carolina’s Voter ID Law Could Block 218,000 Registered Voters From the Polls.