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Lawsuit filed in Ohio over Dominion machine decision


Gateway Pundit“The process engaged in by the Board of Elections was not transparent and open to the public. Right before voting on the contract with Dominion, the board excluded the public for eighteen minutes from their discussion and deliberations. Nothing necessitated the public’s exclusion. And for the next months thereafter, they continued to exclude the public when discussing the contract with Dominion. That’s not consistent with both the letter and spirit of Ohio’s Open Meetings Act and we are going to get justice for the residents of Stark County Ohio,” Matt Braynard, Executive Director of Look Ahead America, said in a statement provided to the Gateway Pundit.

Braynard added “further, we are determined to ensure that any voting equipment purchased relies on open source software and hardware. This will restore trust, lower election costs, and create home state jobs for Clark County elections.”

Once again, why are deliberations related to these machines always kept out of public view?

This entry was published Thu Jun 17 23:15:04 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-06-17 23:15:04.0. [Tweet]

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