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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 10:29 am 
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I have this feeling, Sec. of State Kemp, they are not the Dem. party of Georgia. :roll:

We know who was doing this same stuff in 2016. Hint, there's a Georgia there, but it's a different country.

Hackers targeting election networks across country prior to midterms
https://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2018/ ... story.html


Ha, was just reading this.

This is a crystal clear let it happen on purpose situation.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 1:23 pm 
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The Election Has Already Been Hacked - NYT op ed

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As the 2018 midterm election nears, an ominous question looms: Will this election be hacked?

The answer is: Yes, it has already been hacked.

This election has already been hacked even if not a single voting machine has been compromised. It has already been hacked even if not another ruble has been spent on spreading disinformation. It has already been hacked even if voter registration information has been undisturbed and no vote tallies are altered.

Why? Because the legitimacy of an election depends on the electorate accepting that it was fair, that everyone who tried to vote got to vote and that every vote counted. Lose that, and your voting system might as well have suffered a devastating technological attack.

Unfortunately, in much of the United States, we are no longer able to assure people that none of those things has happened. A recent poll shows that 46 percent of the American electorate do not think their votes will be counted fairly, and about a third think it is likely that a foreign country will tamper with the results.

That loss of trust has itself become a form of voter discouragement. Why vote, when you feel it may not matter? Why register, when you fear you may be tossed off the rolls?


(TBH, I do not think the Black electorate thinks this way about registering...too much in our history around that.)

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Yes, Georgia is running its election on old Windows 2000 machines (so old that Microsoft no longer supports the operating system for security updates), with no means of voter verification, audits or recounts. No, people in Georgia whose names aren’t exact matches between voter rolls and other forms of identification will not be blocked from voting in this election — thanks to a federal judge who ruled on Friday that the state’s “exact match” rules for registration won’t apply for this election. But yes, they could be removed from the voter rolls for the next election. And so on.

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If experts have to scramble to stay abreast of the latest news, how are most voters supposed to know what’s what?

We have done something even worse than letting our electoral infrastructure crumble, something even worse than allowing the instruments of the voting process (voter registration data, polling places) to become political weapons. We have gotten ourselves into a place where the mechanisms of accountability and transparency that are the bedrock of any sensible election process no longer operate in many parts of the country.

This has all the makings of a political crisis. It needs to be stopped now, before the vicious cycle spins beyond our control.

Stopping it will require embracing every democratic institution that is failing to some degree (electoral infrastructure, media, local government) and trying to fix it. That means fighting cynicism — standing up for important institutions even as they are letting us down.

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PostPosted: Mon Nov 05, 2018 1:58 pm 
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Concerns over voter registrations loom in Tennessee county

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Concerns about voter registrations and the security of electronic voting machines are looming over the upcoming election in Tennessee's largest county.

Two lawsuits have been filed in connection with Tuesday's pivotal election in Shelby County, the largest by population in Tennessee and the one that includes Memphis. Election officials there have pushed back against allegations of voter suppression and that they are not doing enough to protect the election process.

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Yep, knew it.

If they steal this we have to have a reaction other than tweeting.

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2018 1:32 am 
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Poll tax receipts

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These are Poll Tax Receipts...my Granddaddy James Farrish Sr paid to vote..he died in 1960. Please go vote...it's free now. Only the black men could vote ...the black women could not vote until 1965....Feel free to repost


Dennis Dahmer is the son of Vernon Dahmer, an NAACP chapter president, who was murdered by conservative whites for trying to register people in Mississippi.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vernon_Dahmer

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PostPosted: Tue Nov 06, 2018 2:06 am 
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Where is the UN, then?

EDITORIAL: Voter suppression tactics are rampant — and ugly - Beloit Daily News/Chicago Tribune

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If you’re watching for waves in the current election, keep your eye out for a wave of voter suppression.

In Illinois, people have been voting at early-voting sites or via mail-in ballots. Unlike in the past, those who aren’t registered can sign up to vote right up until Election Day. It’s a much more convenient — and democratic — system than the days when a long day at work, a blizzard or a family emergency could make it impossible to get to the polls.

But in some of the neighboring states and around the nation, efforts are afoot to discourage people from voting, violating the very idea of a government that rules based on popular will.

We all should be outraged at this assault on our democratic values, and we should insist other states encourage people to vote, not put up barriers.

According to the Brennan Center for Justice, at least 99 bills to make it harder to vote were introduced last year in 31 states. We see the results everywhere.

In North Dakota, with approval from the Supreme Court, voters need IDs showing their address. That leaves out many people on Native American reservations who use P.O. boxes. Because Native Americans make up 5 percent of the state’s voters, that could tip what is now a very close Senate race.

In Georgia, Secretary of State Brian Kemp, who is running for governor, is using an “exact-match law” to put 53,000 voter-registration applications on hold. Nearly 70 percent of the suspended applications are those of African-Americans, even though they make up only 32 percent of the state’s population.

Georgia also purged more than a half-million voters from the rolls last year, many of them under a rule that allows people to be purged if they haven’t voted recently.

Closer to home, Republican lawmakers in Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin and Ohio, have passed strict voter-I.D. or roll-purge laws, which discourage turnout among groups that tend to vote Democratic.

For people who don’t have driver’s licenses, getting a getting a government ID to vote can mean traveling to state agencies that sometimes have very limited hours, taking a day off work and assembling personal documents. Aggressively purging voter rolls, often using the controversial and error-prone Interstate Voter Registration Crosscheck Program, can mean people who believe they still are registered will find out otherwise when they show up to vote.

Wisconsin has a photo ID law that some believe tipped the 2016 election in that state. Critics say an Iowa voter ID law that will be in partial effect in this election will disenfranchise many students. Ohio, like Georgia, has enacted a law that strikes people from the voting rolls if they haven’t voted recently.


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Without evidence, Trump and Sessions warn of voter fraud in Tuesday’s elections - WP

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President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday issued strong warnings about the threat of voter fraud in Tuesday’s elections, echoing the president’s baseless claims that massive voter fraud marred his 2016 election and prompting accusations that his administration is trying to intimidate voters.

In a tweet early Monday, Trump said that law enforcement has been “strongly notified” to watch for “ILLEGAL VOTING.” He promised that anyone caught voting improperly would be subjected to “Maximum Criminal Penalties.” Sessions, in a statement laying out the Justice Department’s plans to monitor ballot access on Election Day, said “fraud in the voting process will not be tolerated. Fraud also corrupts the integrity of the ballot.”

In remarks to reporters on his way to a campaign rally in Cleveland, Trump also falsely claimed that voter fraud is commonplace.

“Just take a look,” he said. “All you have to do is go around, take a look at what’s happened over the years, and you’ll see. There are a lot of people — a lot of people — my opinion, and based on proof — that try and get in illegally and actually vote illegally. So we just want to let them know that there will be prosecutions at the highest level.”

There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the United States. Trump formed a commission to study the issue shortly after he took office that was disbanded without finding evidence of fraud after states refused to turn over voter data.


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Voters turned away due to missing voting machines at precinct in Detroit - WXYZ

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DETROIT (WXYZ) - At Martin Luther King Jr. High School in Detroit, voters arrived shortly after polls opened ready to vote.

However, they were shocked to find out that the precinct wasn't prepared – they had no voting machines.

Simply put, some voters were turned away while others were unable to vote for an hour and a half. Chris Morris said he showed up to find election workers struggling to find a voting machine.

Officials said there was a miscommunication about where the machine was located in the school. After learning it was in a locked closet, workers said they were left with no key to open the door.

Voters say they were initially told to go to the precinct across the street, though that was incorrect information.

The delay left avid voters like Sheree Walton outraged.

"I take it very seriously," she said. "Someone died so I would have the right to vote."

Around 8:30 a.m., workers finally had the machine up and running. Some who waited were worried about others that may have missed out on the opportunity.

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Yep, too bad the UN cant send troops to force the KGB to let us vote

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Oops, We Forgot to Plug In the Voting Machine - Pro Publica

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Polls have barely opened on the East Coast, and voting machines — and people — are already causing a few foul-ups. Experts say that the errors are normal, and that none that have emerged so far should prevent voters from casting a ballot.

“There are literally hundreds of thousands of voting machines being set up, mostly by volunteer poll workers, and sometimes there are problems,” said David Becker, the executive director of the Center for Election Innovation & Research. “Most important thing is for the poll workers to contact their local election officials, who are most likely expecting some issues and will be ready to send help.”

In Indianapolis, voters at West Lake Elementary school arrived to find the machines — in this case, optical scanners — unplugged and only one volunteer manning the polling place. When contacted by ProPublica, elections officials in Marion County said they were unaware of the issue, but they dispatched a mechanic to the site to get the machines up and running after our call.

Russell Hollis, deputy director of the Marion County Clerk’s Office, said the poll worker saw a long line and “never turned on the machines.” The voters have been casting their ballots on typical paper ballots, and instead of scanning them have been dropping them into a secure box. Their ballots will be scanned in later, he said.

In Huntsville, Alabama, voters at one location — the Charles Stone Agricultural Center — wrote so hard that the pen perforated the two-sided ballot, causing the vote-counting machine to register the ballot as an error, according to Tommy Ragland, the Madison County probate judge.

“Voters are bearing down so hard with the pen, it’s like they’re taking their anger out on the ballot itself,” Ragland said, adding that voters can redo their ballot if they make this mistake. He also said moisture in the air is causing ballots to swell, making it even more difficult for the machine to process them. A technician has been sent to the location, and poll workers have been instructed to continue to take ballots.

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Gwinnett County is one of the most f'ed over counties in the country.

Do NOT trust vote counts white-conservative run states. Trust the exit polls.

UPDATED: Technical issues create long lines at Gwinnett precincts - AJC

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At least one Gwinnett County voting precinct will be open later than usual Tuesday following technical issues that caused long lines and forced many voter to resort to paper ballots.

The Annistown Elementary School precinct near Snellville — one of a small handful of Gwinnett voting sites that had prolonged issues with the electronic ExpressPoll system — will remain open until 7:25 p.m., a spokeswoman for the Secretary of State’s office said.

Polls typically close at 7 p.m. Gwinnett County has 159 voting precincts.

Issues with ExpressPoll, which checks voters in to their precincts, were also reported at the Gwinnett Public Library Branch in Suwanee and at Anderson-Livsey Elementary School.

At the latter, a line of hundreds of waiting voters stretched the entire length of the school before the issue was resolved around 10:15 a.m., more than three hours after polls opened.

Gwinnett County spokesman Joe Sorenson said the ExpressPoll issue was not electrical and happens from time to time. Without ExpressPoll, poll workers are able to use paper voter rolls and voters are able to cast paper ballots. Those ballots, which are akin to standardized testing forms, are later scanned by machines, not by people.

Sorenson said it is the same technology the county utilizes for provisional and absentee ballots.

But at the Annistown Elementary precinct, some voters were skeptical.

Cheryl Strickland told The Atlanta Jourrnal Constitution she arrived at 6:15 a.m. — 45 minutes before polls opened — and was staying put at Annistown until she could vote on a machine.

Tabitha Fudge was waiting too, saying she didn’t trust that paper ballots would be counted properly.

In a contentious — and litigious — election season across the state, Gwinnett County has faced extra scrutiny. It was singled out in voting rights lawsuits due to its rejection of an inordinate amount of absentee ballots.

Gwinnett — long a Republican stronghold but rapidly shifting left — is expected to be a battleground in races that will determine everything from the governor’s mansion to local commission seats.

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Reports of long lines at the Georgia polls with machines that do not work, at all.

Kemp should be jailed for this.

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Reports of long lines at the Georgia polls with machines that do not work, at all.

Kemp should be jailed for this.

He wont be, the GOP control everything, this was inevitable.

What I have been asking for weeks is WHAT do we DO when this happens, I knew it would, the question is what do we do?

Do we plan on what to do in 2 years, if so we are completely doomed, there is no 2 years. This is the time for something very different.


Michael Moore predicting GOP win? what? And to think I was his biggest fan on earth at one time as some of you can attest to. He said to take trump seriously and dont listen to Pelosi or the polls, which means he is ignorant, rump team wins ONLY with cheating.

edit, i dont know EXACTLY what he said, I was recapping what someone else said, I wont watch him anymore...wont watch rump, wont watch Moore...same reason

That is why I put question mark on that comment.

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Michael Moore isn't a good guy, at all. IMO.

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Having said that where does hesay this? On his twitter he's acting ecstatic about Blue turnout.

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Having said that where does hesay this? On his twitter he's acting ecstatic about Blue turnout.



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Dont know what happened to him

I wont listen to him anymore, I was reading a recap of what he said. He may NOT have said they will win, that is what the person posting it said, not sure on that. One of the reasons I wont watch is he makes me sad to hear someone I used to trust give this much credence to rump and worse, the filth that support rump.

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Moore went on an anti Obama rant a few weeks ago, just as Obama started campaigning for candidates. You don't do that sort of thing just before an election.

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Just started a thread on this

time for an immediate PHYSICAL response

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Yep massive voter suppression going on in Georgia.

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Yep massive voter suppression going on in Georgia.

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BREAKING: A voting location in Arlington, Texas didn't have working voting machines or enough paper ballots. Once poll workers announced that, most voters in line left. This is absolutely outrageous, but to be expected. Nothing but more Republican dirty tricks. Without a doubt.


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Republicans attack Jewish candidates across the U.S. with an age-old caricature: Fistfuls of cash - WP

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In North Carolina, the state Republican Party depicted Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) with what appeared to be a stack of bills in his hand.

In a hotly contested race outside Seattle, Republicans illustrated Kim Schrier, a Democratic candidate for Congress who is Jewish, with a wad of $20 bills fanned out in her hands.

In California, a Republican state assembly candidate tinted his Jewish challenger a shade of green in an ad, adding $100 bills into his grip for good measure.

In Pennsylvania, a Republican state representative ran an ad that painted Democratic challenger Sara Johnson Rothman with money in her hands. It also dropped Johnson, her maiden name, from the graphic while leaving the one she took from her Jewish husband, Scott Rothman.

And national outcry ensued last week after a Republican state senate candidate’s ad against his Jewish challenger in Connecticut was digitally altered in a way to play off classic anti-Semitic tropes. Democratic state Rep. Matthew Lesser was depicted holding a wad of cash in front of him, with a crazed look in his eyes.

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More Gwinnett County

BREAKING: 4-hour lines to vote outside Atlanta due to broken voting machines - TP

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SNELLVILLE, GEORGIA – Hundreds of voters in Gwinnett County, Georgia, a Democratic stronghold of predominantly minority voters, waited more than four hours to vote Tuesday because of malfunctioning electronic voting machines.

At Annistown Elementary School, a precinct serving a heavily African-American community in the town of Snellville, Jadana Donely said she arrived around 7:30 a.m., shortly after polls opened, but didn’t cast a ballot until close to noon. Donely said there was a lot of confusion when she got to the polling location about the reason for the long line.

“As soon as we walked through the door, it was just information that the machines were down,” the 45-year-old black voter said. “They didn’t go into specifics. And then maybe about 20 minutes in, then they said ‘Oh, the machine is not working’ … Then another 20 minutes after that, it was, ‘The cards are not working.’ And then it was, ‘OK, they have machines on the way.’ And then the machine that got here wasn’t working.”

The problems were resolved by around 11:30 a.m., but long lines lingered well after.

While Donely waited more than four hours to vote, her husband had to leave the line to go to work. He plans to return at the end of the day, but voting advocates expressed concerns that voters who left would not return later Tuesday.

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