Record-keeping requirements and honest election outcomes

The FederalistUnfortunately, election officials across the country are not keeping the most basic data to monitor election outcomes. Even when they say they do, the numbers do not come close to matching up.

It was a simple goal: match the number of voters with the number of ballots cast. After the last general election there were concerns that ballots were counted multiple times (so that there could be more ballots cast than voters who voted) and that ballots were destroyed (so that there could be more voters who voted than ballots cast). But, through our examination, we learned that it cannot be determined if these discrepancies exist, because most states and counties simply do not keep timestamped records of who voted as required by law.

That these records have been aggressively destroyed across the country following the 2020 election is a major red flag.

This entry was published Mon Sep 19 23:00:53 CDT 2022 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2022-09-19 23:00:53.0. [Tweet]

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