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High‐Level Review of the September 24, 2021 AZ Senate Audit Report

by Bill Bachenberg

This audit has been the most comprehensive and complex election audit conducted in this nation, however the audit has NOT been completed as of the date of this summary. Maricopa County intentionally withheld critical infrastructure and documentation and refused to answer crucial questions, in direct defiance of Arizona Senate‐issued subpoenas. Because of Maricopa County’s hostile defiance, the audit raises additional legitimate issues of concern, beyond those already uncovered, which remain unanswered to date.  

Below is a list of what Maricopa County failed to provide to the Auditors that remains critical to completing an audit:

  • ICX (electronic voting machines) units.
  • The Credentials to validate the ICP (ballot scanners) configuration or admin settings – unable to audit their wireless or LAN connections.
  • Certain passwords.
  • The Network Routers & Switches and their related configuration and log files.
  • Poll Worker Laptops (used to validate the voters).
  • Other Network connected devices.
  • Review of a Tabulator configuration – Hardware tokens never provided.
  • Systems accessing voter rolls never provided by County.
  • Provisional and Undeliverable Ballots never provided by County.
  • Canvasses to confirm voter rolls (removed from Scope of Work by the Senate)
  • Standard Operating Procedures (“SOP”) for signature validations.
  • Rejected Provisional Ballots and Uncured […]
2021-09-29T06:10:12+00:00September 29th, 2021|Articles|0 Comments

Reflections on PA Senate Subpoena to Dept. of State, 9/15/21

By Robert B. Sklaroff, M.D.

On 9/15/21, finally, PA Republicans issued a subpoena to the Department of State that included seeking personal information about voters in the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee’s probe of the 2020 election; included were voter records that illustrate the approach adopted toward achieving a ‘forensic audit’ along the following specific lines:

1) Any and all communications (emails, letters, notes of calls and/or meetings, or otherwise) from the Department of State to any County Election Director or member of a County’s Elections Board between May 1, 2020 and May 31, 2021.

2) A copy of each and every version of all directives, guidance(s), policies, or procedures in effect at any time between August 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021 relating to elections, election systems, mail-in ballot applications, ballots, voting, compliance with state or federal election laws, polling places, and/or poll watchers.

3) All training materials used to train County election workers, poll workers, poll watchers, Judges of Election, inspectors, clerks, and all persons who staffed voting offices between August 1, 2020 and May 31, 2021.

4) A complete list containing the name, date of birth, driver’s license number, last four digits of social security number, address, and date of […]

2021-09-17T16:12:35+00:00September 17th, 2021|Articles|0 Comments

Degraffenreid and Governor Wolf – WHAT ARE YOU HIDING?

Conscientious Commonwealth voters who care about election integrity know that Acting Secretary of State Veronica Degraffenreid decertified Fulton County voting machines because she and Governor Wolf know independent examination of these machines and a full, forensic audit could reveal the true extent of election fraud committed in the 2020 presidential election. 

The Coalition for Election Integrity urges Tioga, York and Philadelphia counties, as well as other PA counties, to comply with requests for election information relevant to the 2020 election and not be bullied by efforts to cover up fraud by Governor Wolf and Secretary of State Degraffenreid, since their threats to decertify examined voting machines in a county could mean increased expenses to replace those. 

Each Pennsylvania county is responsible to their citizens to make sure the elections were conducted with complete integrity. All voting machines in every county should be inspected by independent firms not in collusion with the same actors who ran what many believe to be a fraudulent election in 2020.  

  • Arbitrary changes in voting rules by the Pennsylvania Department of State directly contradicted Pennsylvania Election laws and ignored orders by the U.S. Supreme Court to segregate ballots. 
  • Many ballots were counted at […]
2021-07-27T20:01:03+00:00July 27th, 2021|Articles|0 Comments

200 Patriots Call for Forensic Audit of 2020 Election at the State Capitol

The Coalition for Election Integrity, along with several statewide organizations, held an “AUDIT THE VOTE!” rally at the front steps of the State Capitol Building in Harrisburg on Wednesday, June 16 at 12 noon. The rally was attended by 200 Pennsylvania citizens from diverse groups calling for a forensic audit of the 2020 election. 

Several speakers urged Senator Jake Corman who is President Pro Tempore of the Senate and Sen. David Argall to have the Senate Government Committee issue subpoenas to Allegheny and Philadelphia Counties regarding election documents from the 2020 election, effectively initiating a forensic audit in those two counties. 

It is our conviction that without understanding the real extent of election fraud that took place last November in Pennsylvania, it will not be possible to make the corrections needed to assure that future elections are not also undermined. The survival of our nation’s identity as a constitutional republic is at stake. 

Partnering organizations included:

Coalition for Election Integrity, Pennsylvania Coalition for Election Integrity, Audit the Vote PA, Capitol Ministries, Patriots of the Constitution – Lehighton 9/12 Inc., Freedom Patriots United, Firearm Owners Against Crime, Gun Owners of America- PA and Conservatives for America (C4A) National Educational Group, Patriots 4 […]

2021-06-18T14:24:06+00:00June 18th, 2021|Articles|0 Comments

Assault On The Ballot Box – Lessons Learned In Pennsylvania

by Dave Ball April 15, 2021

Democracy, done well, depends on fair, open, and honest elections. From roughly the time of the first election, people have sought ways to gain an advantage over their opponents, some within the rules and some not so much.

This nation has seen its share of election dishonesty but the 2020 General Election witnessed industrial-scale election fraud.  Please spare me the nonsense that there was no fraud.  There was and I will prove it.

In this article, I will demonstrate the fact that fraud occurred in Pennsylvania, here in Washington County, in fact, and how election officials at all levels violated the law in certifying election results.  I will do this using their own numbers and their own source documents, documents anyone can obtain, examine and come to the same conclusions.  I will then suggest some actions that must be taken to first mitigate this type of fraud and then eliminate a good part of it.

In Pennsylvania, a person must be a registered voter to vote.  Whether a person votes by mail-in ballot or at a polling place, there are processes in place that are supposed to check that the person is registered and then record in a voter registry a notation against […]

2021-04-24T02:23:05+00:00April 24th, 2021|Articles|0 Comments

URGENT QUESTIONS in PA May 18 Primary Election!

By Richard A. Panzer, PhD

 When Pennsylvania voters head to the polls on Tuesday, May 18, for the primary election, they will find three important questions on the ballot regarding amendments to the state Constitution. The first two constitutional questions deal with disaster emergency declarations while the third addresses racial equality. 

Why Are These Questions Important?
For more than a year, Pennsylvania has been operating under two long-term disaster emergency declarations imposed by Gov. Tom Wolf. One declaration is related to the opioid epidemic and has been in place for more than three years, while the other was ordered in March 2020 at the start of the pandemic. The governor renewed the COVID-19 declaration for a fourth time in February.

On Tuesday, May 18, voters will have a say in the duration of future disaster emergency declarations under legislation approved by the General Assembly. Senate Bill 2 proposes to amend the state Constitution regarding disaster declarations in two ways: limiting emergency declarations by a governor to a maximum of 21 days without legislative approval and clarifying that a concurrent resolution terminating or extending a disaster emergency declaration need not be presented to the governor for his signature.

While executive powers to declare emergencies […]

2021-04-23T20:05:59+00:00April 23rd, 2021|Action Steps|0 Comments