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Frankspeech interview- how to get transparent elections and re-engineer the entire process

This interview with our colleague from South Dakota, Laura and Rick discuss the importance of Cast Vote Records and why they are required by law to ensure an auditable trail. More importantly, they discuss the absolute GOLD STANDARD for elections which is one day of voting on hand-marked, hand-counted paper ballots. Why we can no longer trust the current electronic voting system and what you can at least do now to help mitigate the issues involved in electronic voting.

A must-see interview chocked full on information.

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Frankspeech interview- how to get transparent elections and re-engineer the entire process

This interview with our colleague from South Dakota, Laura and Rick discuss the importance of Cast Vote Records and why they are required by law to ensure an auditable trail. More importantly, they discuss the absolute GOLD STANDARD for elections which is one day of voting on hand-marked, hand-counted paper ballots. Why we can no longer trust the current electronic voting system and what you can at least do now to help mitigate the issues involved in electronic voting.

A must-see interview chocked full on information.

Election interference at the local level: Part 3

Laura sits down with Lisa Bracewell and Patti Black from the Greenville area who experienced election issues with the Blue Ridge Rural Water Board election October 10, 23.

The machine broke and the ballots were counted in secret behind closed doors. This is a violation of the SC constitution Article II section 1.

They requested information about the election under the Freedom of Information Act and were denied. In order for trust in elections to be restored we need transparency as well as respect for the FOIA laws in South Carolina. There are far more states in our country who do a better job. This is a disgrace and needs to be taken care of.

Here is a copy of the summons that was filed for the case:

Updates
Election interference at the local level: Part 3

Laura sits down with Lisa Bracewell and Patti Black from the Greenville area who experienced election issues with the Blue Ridge Rural Water Board election October 10, 23.

The machine broke and the ballots were counted in secret behind closed doors. This is a violation of the SC constitution Article II section 1.

They requested information about the election under the Freedom of Information Act and were denied. In order for trust in elections to be restored we need transparency as well as respect for the FOIA laws in South Carolina. There are far more states in our country who do a better job. This is a disgrace and needs to be taken care of.

Here is a copy of the summons that was filed for the case:

A Cluster of a Convention

May 4th was the SC state convention and this video summarizes the lack of election integrity, transparency, respect, and unity experienced during the event. The convention president wouldn’t recognize people with points of order and Roberts Rules were not followed properly, several people were targeted and wrongly prevented from being delegates. They were ultimately escorted out of the event by the police. Furthermore, sneaky tactics were used such as mixing people from the American First national delegate ballot into the establishment ballot to make it look like it was the legitimate slate.
Election interference comes in all forms.

Here is an intereview with the America First candidate for SC National Committeewoman, Cynthia Jones.

Here is a video of Olga Blandford being disallowed to vote and was escorted out of the building by police despite that fact that she had not violated the rules they claim she had. For more background on this story see https://rumble.com/v4snvhl-election-interference-at-the-local-level.html.

Another delegate being forced out of the building.

Here is a delegate asking for a standing hand count by county. They tired to shut him down and then had their way with the voice vote despite it seeming close if not favoring the ayes.

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A Cluster of a Convention

May 4th was the SC state convention and this video summarizes the lack of election integrity, transparency, respect, and unity experienced during the event. The convention president wouldn’t recognize people with points of order and Roberts Rules were not followed properly, several people were targeted and wrongly prevented from being delegates. They were ultimately escorted out of the event by the police. Furthermore, sneaky tactics were used such as mixing people from the American First national delegate ballot into the establishment ballot to make it look like it was the legitimate slate.
Election interference comes in all forms.

Here is an intereview with the America First candidate for SC National Committeewoman, Cynthia Jones.

Here is a video of Olga Blandford being disallowed to vote and was escorted out of the building by police despite that fact that she had not violated the rules they claim she had. For more background on this story see https://rumble.com/v4snvhl-election-interference-at-the-local-level.html.

Another delegate being forced out of the building.

Here is a delegate asking for a standing hand count by county. They tired to shut him down and then had their way with the voice vote despite it seeming close if not favoring the ayes.