VerifiedVoting.org indicates that 34 states have a requirement that allows voters the ability to verify their vote on a paper record or ballot.
You’re going invest time on November 4th to cast your vote. Please take just a few more minutes to verify that the vote you cast is for the candidate/party you intended. Take a lesson from Illinois State Representative candidate Jim Moynihan who cast his vote in early voting in Cook County. He tried to cast a vote for himself but the machine he used cast the vote for his opponent. The same thing happened in a number of races when he tried to vote for a Republican and the machine registered a vote for a Democrat.
Moynihan notified an election judge at his polling place and demonstrated that it continued to cast a vote for the opposing candidate’s party. He was eventually allowed to vote for Republican candidates and the machine was removed from service due to a “calibration error.”
Katie Pavlich notes, “This machine error was visible, what about the changes these machines are making to votes cast for Republicans that aren't visible? How many registered voters have had their votes and participation in the process stolen as a result of ‘faulty’ machines?”
Cook County is the cradle of corruption. Democrats are terrified that control of the Senate will be wrested from their control. The desperation includes dead people voting and liberal activists in Colorado who think it’s “truly awesome” to illegally fill out discarded ballots in favor of Democrats so votes “are put to good use.” These are just a few egregious examples. There are many, many more.
Voter fraud is something the Democrats deny, deny, deny. Take a moment to look at the map below. It indicates the red and blue counties following the 2012 presidential election. If you go to the link it is interactive.
If your polling place is in a blue county, you’ll want to make sure you have your vote audited. Before you head out, check out this map that indicates the type of voting equipment your polling place will be utilizing.
Far too many states use unreliable and insecure electronic voting machines. Is yours one of them?
There’s an app for that. It’s called the Election Protection Smartphone app. You can download it here. It allows you to confirm your registration status, look up your polling place, review key voting rules and regulations for your state, see what type of machine you’ll be voting on and allows you to contact Election Protection via phone or email to report a problem.
Finally, too many people don’t take the time to learn about candidates on the down ballot, specifically judges. Judges become valuable tools for a certain political party. Find out which judge is conservative and insure that the Constitution cannot be skirted in the manner in which it currently is. Check the links below to find out which judicial candidate you should cast your vote for. Don’t blow this part.