Tuesday, November 3, 2015
Pima County Elections Director Brad Nelson Appears to Have Lied to KOLD About Last Week's Computer Breach
"Now we're told the worker had gone into the cabinet yesterday to zero out the machine so real ballots can start to be counted today."We can deduce that Brad Nelson gave this reason for the breach. Especially when he told Pima County Supervisor Ally Miller the same thing. The only problem is that the tabulation computer was zeroed out at 10:31 AM, which is just after the Logic and Accuracy test. The election worker broke into the tabulation computer much later that day at 3:03 PM.
You could see it at the following link:
Should this page disappear, click here for a capture in pdf format.
We welcome any open source style of investigation to reaffirm or disprove what we are looking at. Feel free to weigh in at the comment section below.
In the interim, enjoy Barbara Grihalva's new low in 'nothing to see here' style of reporting. She had brushed aside AUDIT AZ's John Brakey (the citizen who discovered the breach in the first place and immediately contacted Brad Nelson) to get her information from Brad Nelson and the two party election observers who never saw it happen.
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Sunday, November 1, 2015
|Chuck Huckelberry's "Conspiracy Theorist"|
Enough with the present shenanigans. Let's take a look at how Chuck Huckelberry attempts to revise the past:
Pima County Administrator's recent letter to the editor of the Arizona Daily Star:
Attorney general tallied every RTA ballot by hand
Re: the Oct. 27 letter “Is Miller correct about ’06 RTA election?”
This responds to a recent letter to the editor asking whether Supervisor Ally Miller is correct that there was never any verification of the 2006 Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) election. Supervisor Miller is incorrect. A conspiracy theorist suggested the county flipped the 2006 RTA election. After an investigation by the Arizona attorney general, who hand-counted every ballot cast for that election, the results were the same. A complete hand count of every ballot by the Arizona attorney general is the best verification that these election results were correctly reported. To suggest otherwise is simply political grandstanding with the intent to deceive and mislead voters.
Huckelberry: If it was a "conspiracy theorist" that caught your Elections Division rigging the RTA election, why would you then spend millions of taxpayers' dollars after Goddard's recount to prevent a simple forensic exam of the ballots?
Goddard alleged in his press conference that they did such a good job, they found 63 additional ballots. Evidently, this was supposed to distract the public from the fact their count was missing four precincts' worth of ballots.
Goddard's investigation was so bad it garnered national attention on the Mike Malloy show once it was discovered that over a third of the poll tapes (that Goddard refused to inspect) were missing.
The missing poll tapes strongly correspond with electronic records of the RTA election showing memory card re-uploads characteristic of an attempt to pre-program memory cards.
From the perspective of a statistical analysis, one only has to consider the odds for the same precincts experiencing the same re-upload errors correlating to the same missing poll tapes.
Goddard had also refused to perform a forensic exam of the ballots, despite a previous move by the county to compromise court evidence. On the day of his press conference, Goddard acknowledged to the public on the John C. Scott show that he was aware of Pima County violating a court order by compromising evidence in the county vault.
Adding to the need for a forensic exam, court testimony indicated that no adequate protection of the stored RTA ballots took place until a court order was issued in 2011.
Attorney General Terry Goddard clearly moved beyond what is considered 'executive discretion' and served in some capacity to ensure Pima County's right to commit election fraud.
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Time for Huckelberry to step down.