Thursday, May 11, 2017 State of Georgia Web Site Promotes Kemp Campaign Page
Voter GA released a video today that shows how the Georgia Secretary of State (SOS) web site directs traffic to a Kemp for Governor Campaign page on Facebook. The video illustrates how a voter trying to get after hours help is directed to Secretary Kemp's campaign page promoting his bid for governor. The deceptive link has been on the state SOS web page for over 6 months.
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Security Flaws Found as Cause of GA6 Election Error
An in-depth Root Cause Analysis released today documents how voting equipment security flaws led to the human error that created delays and controversy in producing the 6 th District special election results on April 18th .
Sunday, April 23, 2017 Experts Offer SOS Immediate GA6 Verifiable Election Help
Ironically, current 6th District candidate Karen Handel produced a 2006 report that explained how the voting equipment, audit procedures and ballot recording must be changed. However, after being elected SOS, she reversed her position while receiving $25,000 in donations from family members and partners of the voting machine vendor lobbyist, Massey Bowers LLC. Series: Election Integrity (62 Articles, 133965 views), voter disenfranchisement (6 Articles, 8957 views)
Thursday, February 18, 2010 VoterGA GA Legislative Update - DRE ban bill, ballot access bills introduced!!!
Representative Tim Bearden introduced a bi-partisan bill that would ban existing unverifiable electronic voting equipment in Georgia and provide for Georgia voters to use optical scan voting on Election Day. While many of us have been technology neutral in regards to voting machines, this bill seems to have everything that all E-voting rights activists have wanted. The provisions of this bill are:
Sunday, December 20, 2009 Three complaints filed against Georgia SoS inspector office
The complaints that were filed with the State Inspector General contend that the office improperly handled investigations involving electronic voting machine defects and controversies.One citizen insists that his investigation complaint was lost.Another asserts that an investigation was opened based on his grievances but then shut down without him ever being contacted for input.A third individual argues that she was referred
(1 comments) Thursday, December 17, 2009 Update on Georgia e-vote lawsuit
Last week three separate complaints from three different citizens were filed against the office of the Inspector General for Secretary of State (SOS), Karen Handel. The complaints contend that the office improperly conducted investigations involving electronic voting machine controversies thus suppressing the controversies as a result of flawed investigations.
(1 comments) Thursday, October 15, 2009 Citizens Assail GA Supreme Court Voting Decision
Georgia is the only state planning to conduct 2010 elections on unverifiable voting equipment used statewide.The citizens believe that the Georgia justice system may be compromised and their attorneys are considering an appeal of Constitutional issues to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Sunday, August 30, 2009 VOTER GA CASE HISTORY AND STATUS
Unbeknownst to us, the law at the time required that any new voting machines "shall have an independent audit trail of each vote cast". None of the voting machines procured, piloted, allegedly certified, and acquired with $54 million of tax money had any form of audit trails that are independent of the vote recording process such as standard Voter Verified Paper Audit Trails that were available even at that time.
Friday, November 21, 2008 Georgia Certified Election Results Missing 130 Votes
Davis is also a plaintiff in a lawsuit against GA regarding its use of a certain type of electronic voting equipment.The suit contends that election results cannot be properly verified, audited and recounted.Davis explained,"GA is the only state in the union that plans to conduct future statewide elections on unverifiable voting equipment.It is time for a major overhaul of GA election law,equipment and procedures.
(2 comments) Friday, October 3, 2008 What you need to know about the $700 billion 2008 bail out
In less than one horrible decade an elite banking cartel aided by politicians claiming to represent Americans turned over the American money supply to private interests, implemented a Communist inspired income tax, removed accountability of the federal government to the states, entered the first World War to protect their interests and gobbled up all major American news sources to control public opinion.
Thursday, December 28, 2006 Year-end Appeal for Lawsuit Support
"We are well on our way to victory in a suit that will take Georgia from
worst to first nationally in voting system implementation but we still
have one major roadblock."Georgia, former Diebold poster child, is well known for being electorally challenged. Enough money to fund this lawsuit could change matters drastically. If you are writing year-end checks, consider also contributing to VoterGA.It could make a difference.