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Here is a message from Dr. Douglas Frank's Telegram site regarding the ES&S machines prior to the election in 2020:



 


"Gift-Wrapped Opportunity for Fraud"

Before the Nov 2020 election, the EAC notified ES&S that its pollbooks were hackable. Then, at least nineteen Secretaries of State were notified. They are shown in the image provided. We have many more emails in this chain, and they prove that many states knew full well that their elections were hackable because of the electronics they were using but they used them anyway.
In one of the emails, one of the Secretaries of State replied, "Well, we'll use them this time, but you have to have it fixed before next time.
Folks, electronic systems are not securable. Ask anyone who builds and uses electronics (like me).
You need to hold these Secretaries (and others) accountable. They've got some 'splainin' to do:
South Dakota, Maryland, Wisconsin, Illinois, Wyoming, Virginia, Indiana, Arizona, Michigan, Texas, Delaware, DC, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Kansas, Nevada, Washington, Florida, Missouri, Alabama, Iowa, Mississippi, Arkansas, Idaho. 

                                              

 

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Here is a link to an article in the South Dakota News Watch paper from February 26, 2019





regarding where voter's live once they register---it continues yet today without a challenge
                                                   

             Notice was given for the removal of all drop boxes in Minnehaha and Lincoln Counties in South Dakota

effective April 13, 2022

NOTICE REGARDING USE OF DROP BOXES FOR ELECTION MATERIALS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that beginning on April 13, 2022, Absentee Ballot Boxes, aka ballot drop boxes (“Absentee Ballot Boxes”), will no longer be used in Minnehaha County. The discontinuance of the use of Absentee Ballot Boxes will apply to all remaining elections in 2022 including, but not limited to, the primary election, general election, school elections, run-off elections, and any special elections. Notwithstanding the prohibition set forth above, the Auditor may reinstate the use of such Absentee Ballot Boxes in the event the Minnehaha County Administration Building is ordered closed by the Minnehaha County Board of Commissioners during any period in which absentee voting is permitted pursuant to SDCL Chpt. 12-19, other provision of state law or administrative rule. In all future elections, registered voters may still vote by absentee ballot by requesting an absentee ballot from the County Auditor and then submitting the voted ballot to the County Auditor by mailing the ballot to the County Auditor’s office, delivering the ballot to the County Auditor’s office in person or by having someone deliver the ballot for you to the County Auditor’s office. South Dakota also allows for absentee voting in person, at the Auditor’s office, ahead of the elections. Election information including voter registrations, absentee applications, military and overseas citizens absentee ballot, and Federal post cards can be found online on the Minnehaha County website Minnehaha County, South Dakota Official Website - 2020 Election Information or The Secretary of States website Elections & Voting: South Dakota Secretary of State (sdsos.gov).

NOTICE REGARDING USE OF DROP BOXES FOR ELECTION MATERIALS

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that beginning on April 13, 2022, Absentee Ballot Boxes, aka ballot drop boxes (“Absentee Ballot Boxes”), will no longer be used in Lincoln County. The discontinuance of the use of Absentee Ballot Boxes will apply to all remaining elections in 2022 including, but not limited to, the primary election, general election, school elections, run-off elections, and any special elections. 

Notwithstanding the prohibition set forth above, the Auditor may reinstate the use of such Absentee Ballot Boxes in the event the Lincoln County Administration Building is ordered closed by the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners during any period in which absentee voting is permitted pursuant to SDCL Chpt. 12-19, other provision of state law or administrative rule.

In all future elections, registered voters may still vote by absentee ballot by requesting an absentee ballot from the County Auditor and then submitting the voted ballot to the County Auditor by mailing the ballot to the County Auditor’s office, delivering the ballot to the County Auditor’s office in person or by having someone deliver the ballot for you to the County Auditor’s office.  South Dakota also allows for absentee voting in person, at the Auditor’s office, ahead of the elections. 

Election information including voter registrations, absentee applications, military and overseas citizens absentee ballot, and Federal post cards can be found online on the Lincoln County website Elections | Lincoln County, SD (lincolncountysd.org) or The Secretary of States website Elections & Voting: South Dakota Secretary of State (sdsos.gov).