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DHS prints all the ballots?

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Originally Posted by Whttail_in_MT
DHS prints all the ballots?


Do the Feds print all the ballots? I doubt it. Mine had county, state and federal candidates and issues to vote on.

Seems bogus to me, but I'll be impressed if it's true...

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I’ve been voting for over thirty years and have yet to see a ballot. We’ve always used voting machines.

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Originally Posted by Whttail_in_MT
DHS prints all the ballots?

If you would investigate a little more you would discover ballots by law are required to be printed domestically and we have a few central printing locations in the U.S.
They are not printed in individual states and sure as hell not printed in China!


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Originally Posted by gregintenn
I’ve been voting for over thirty years and have yet to see a ballot. We’ve always used voting machines.

Huhh?


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In Colorado, ballot printing is hired out to vendors. Integrated Voting Solutions, and Response Technologies are two companies that printed presidential ballots in 2016, for example - both out of state.

Runbeck Election Services is another big one, based out of Phoenix.

I suppose the DHS could secretly work with these private companies, but I find it a bit unlikely.

Most states have RFI/RFP purchasing websites (do to FOIA regulations, in part) that show full transparency of vendors that have been hired, and how much they were paid.

It is probably pretty simple to find out where YOUR state ballots were printed, if one is so inclined.



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With the tentacles of the Deep State infesting almost every nook and cranny of the public service, what makes you think that:

1. Someone didn’t tip the Dem’s off
2. Figured out a way to game the system
3. Especially considering that the public service is overwhelmingly Democrat

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One thing about it: since elections are considered "essential infrastructure", if there is massive elections fraud, the DHS is either running it or will put a stop to it. I think a lot of people here on the Fire think that the States are in charge when it comes to elections, but Obama put DHS in charge of their security.


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Originally Posted by gregintenn
I’ve been voting for over thirty years and have yet to see a ballot. We’ve always used voting machines.


Same here in Montgomery County


I have no idea wtf a chad is or hole punchy thingie is or a fill the bubble ballot.

We were given a popsicle stick to push the buttons.

Electronic machines since 1988 here.

Every road in our county has been paved since 1985.

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The dems control the election commission in a lot of these areas . The people running and counting have been "Compromised"

Im staying out here on this dirt road tonight drinking whiskey and stewing over this [bleep] .

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Originally Posted by MtnBoomer
Originally Posted by gregintenn
I’ve been voting for over thirty years and have yet to see a ballot. We’ve always used voting machines.

Huhh?

I push buttons on a machine in order to vote. Unless there is some paper ballot hidden inside this machine, there isn’t any paper involved in the process.

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Originally Posted by gregintenn
I’ve been voting for over thirty years and have yet to see a ballot. We’ve always used voting machines.



Funny as hell.

We have had them as an option for a number of years, 1 machine, 4 booths for
paper, 1 machine that takes your paper ballot.


I have seen the E-vote machine used once.
Nobody wants to use it. 4 or 5 people waiting, they say "The machine is open
if anybody wants" nobody moves.

It wasn't even there Tuesday.

I like paper. I mark it with ink, there is a retrievable, countable record.


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Originally Posted by slumlord
Originally Posted by gregintenn
I’ve been voting for over thirty years and have yet to see a ballot. We’ve always used voting machines.


Same here in Montgomery County


I have no idea wtf a chad is or hole punchy thingie is or a fill the bubble ballot.

We were given a popsicle stick to push the buttons.

Electronic machines since 1988 here.

Every road in our county has been paved since 1985.




Y'all got paved roads?? Sumbitch, I'm a-callin my congressman!


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Been voting here for 42 years all on paper ballots with ball point pens....


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This election here in PA in was the first Ive voted in (since '97 in 2 separate counties) that actually had paper ballots that we marked ovals with a pen then personally went over and fed it into what I assume was a scanner that kept the ballot and the screen said thank you for voting. Prior to this we used machines we stood at with a curtain around you that had the ballot on a bluprint sized paper and when you made your selection for each office a red light lit up in the selected box. They also had Straight R and D buttons that lit all boxes of that party when pressed. When done you pushed a big button on bottom marked VOTE and the machine dinged and the selected lights went out. The new paper ballots also did not have a straight party line option.

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Originally Posted by okie
Been voting here for 42 years all on paper ballots with ball point pens....


Started with charcoal on the cave wall but evolved up to paper and pen too.

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