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Sci Tech    H2'ed 7/17/17

Laughing Their Ossoff: Did Computer-Aided Fraud Play A Role In Georgia's Special Election Upset?

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An in-depth forensic study of the most expensive HR election in US history, the Ga-6 special (April) and subsequent (June) run-off elections to replace Republican Tom Price, who was appointed to Donald Trump’s cabinet as Secretary of Health and Human Services. Something happened between the early voting and the election-day results that raises numerous questions. Georgia uses hugely outdated election systems that are easily temperable in any number of ways. Why did Ossoff, the Democratic candidate, win in all paper tallies? Even Donald Trump said he prefers paper ballots to electronic voting.

The same thing happened in presidential election 2004 in Ohio. Kerry was ahead, then the computers went down and when they came back up, Bush was ahead and proceeded to win. Ditto in Ga 6. Read on.

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