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Resolution for Election Vote Accuracy

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Whereas, Voters in Florida cannot prove their vote is being counted properly using  the current electronic voting machine system and under state law each registered voter  in this state has the right to vote and have his or her vote accurately counted as  provided for in Florida State Statute 101.031 (2) Voter’s Bill of Rights; 

Whereas, Voters in Florida cannot trust the vote results from the mandatory use  of unsecure Electronic Voting Machines designed and run by private companies that  perform a critical governmental function. They refuse to disclose their software and  system components and subject them to public evaluation by claiming its proprietary  and confidential; 

Whereas, The largest supplier of electronic voting systems, ES&S, patent* claims  they have unlimited control of all data before, during and after the election by virtual  unlimited control access without government oversight; 

Whereas, Certification standards put forth by the Federal Government under HAVA  law by the Election Assistance Commission states** all Electronic Voting Machines  connected to the internet have been shown to be susceptible to manipulation through  internal or external intrusion to alter votes and vote tallies and therefore the voter  cannot trust the accuracy of their vote; 

Whereas, Many Countries have stopped the use of Electronic Voting Machines  including The Netherlands in 2007, Germany in 2009, Ireland in 2010, Japan in 2018  and Canada, France, United Kingdom and Switzerland use hand counted paper  ballots; and 

Whereas, The system of manually counting paper ballots which has been used for  centuries enables the observers to easily ensure their votes are accurately counted;

Resolved, That the LCREC calls upon the Florida Legislature, the Secretary of State,  and the Governor of Florida to abide by Florida Law and the Will of the Public to use  their authority to prohibit the use of Electronic Voting Machines in the State of Florida.  We urge instead the use of paper ballots and manual counting systems to comply with  the Voter’s Bill of Rights as provided for in Florida Statute 101.031 (2) to ensure his  or her vote is accurately counted. 

Submitted by: Theodore Reese, Committeeman Precinct #318 tjreese@cadenceenvironmental.com or
219.629.1196 and Chris Quackenbush rquack4131@aol.com

SUPPORT DOCUMENTATION 

The Florida Election Code – Florida Statute 101.031 (F.S. 2022) 

VOTER BILL OF RIGHTS 

Each registered voter in this state has the right to: 

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Requirements for Voluntary Voting System Guidelines Version 2.0 (VVSG)(February  10, 2021) 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 

The United States Congress passed the Help America Vote Act of 2002(HAVA02) which included the  Voluntary Voting System Guidelines Version 2.0; excerpt from page 12: 

EXTERNAL NETWORK CONNECTIONS 

The external network connection leaves the voting system vulnerable to attacks, regardless of whether  the connection is only for a limited period or if it is continuously connected.

United States Patent # US 8,352,312 issued Jan. 8, 2013 

Assignee: ES&S Innovations, LLC 

ABSTRACT 

CLAIMS 

What is claimed and desired to be secured by Letters Patent is as follows: 

1. A computer-implemented method for controlling actions taken on voting devices 

12. The computer-implemented method of claim 1, wherein the voting device comprises  a poll book. 

14. The computer-implemented method of claim 12, wherein the action comprises using the poll  book to change a voter address. 

18. The computer-implemented method of claim 12, wherein the action comprises synchronizing  a database of the poll book with a central database. 

21. The computer-implemented method of claim 1, wherein the voting device comprises a ballot  tabulation device. 

22. The computer-implemented method of claim 21, wherein the action comprises clearing  the vote totals of the ballot tabulation device. 

27. The computer implemented method of claim 21, wherein the action comprises disabling  a function of the ballot tabulation device. 

28. The computer-implemented method of claim 21, wherein the action comprises installing  a memory device in the ballot tabulation device.


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