Canvassing


When we approach legislators about studying our election process to look for signs of maladministration, they want hard evidence of issues. In our opinion, a forensic study provides that, but the next best thing is to uncover phantom voters through canvassing.

When a canvasser finds an empty lot that voted, or a dead person who voted, or someone who moved away years ago that voted, they KNOW right then that election problems are real. They tell their friends, who tell their friends, and so on, and the demand for action swells.


It is hard for a legislator to look at that boots-on-the-ground evidence and dismiss it. That is why we need to canvass as well as ask for a compliance study to ensure that our vote is sound and that only valid votes are being counted properly. Canvassing is an integral part of the audit process as it is something that both voters and elected officials easily understand and are outraged by. Essentially a team of people will split into groups of two, a man and woman, to go door to door and confirm that the voter lives at the address and ask if they voted or not in the last election. This can uncover many things. Empty lots and PO boxes where people were shown to have voted from or people who do not live at the address who voted even though someone else is now living there (phantom votes), and people who voted but their vote is not recorded (a lost vote).

As we saw from the Maricopa canvas conducted by Liz Harris there were 173,104 Lost votes and 96,389 phantom or ghost votes. Here is her report on the canvassing in Arizona.


The steal took place on so many levels—through absentee ballots, machine manipulation, phantom votes, etc. We need to look at all potential areas to uncover the facts.

We will be uncovering our results in an upcoming Canvass reveal meeting on February 5th!

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