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I get up and I put on pants. I wrote a book about curling. It's funny. You should buy it:
Nov 11, 2020 21 tweets 4 min read
1/ Long Thread: There are way too many tweets out there proclaiming there’s “proof” a bunch of dead people voted. These people don’t know what they are talking about. Let me explain. We tend to think of death as binary. I’m dead or I’m not dead yet. 2/ That’s just not the case in the digital world. You live on way longer than your physical body. Now, let’s set aside, “Dude mailed in his ballot on 10/5 and got hit by a bus on 10/6” because that’s not what I’m talking about here.
Nov 6, 2020 5 tweets 1 min read
instance, that doesn't appear to be what's happening. This seems more like a skip tracing usage, which is not allowed. For elections, I could technically use NCOALink as an election official (and we did this) to identify people who have moved and A) not mail to people who moved out of state and NOT mail to them or B) Mail to people who moved in-state to tell them how to re-register or change something. As a third party law firm, I CANNOT use the system to find people who filed a change of address and still voted. That's not allowed. If violating that
Nov 4, 2020 10 tweets 2 min read
If you are reading about USPS "delivery scans" today, please understand that the USPS does not scan First Class letters (mail in ballots) like they do packages. The final scan on a piece of mail does not mean it was delivered, nor does a missing scan mean it wasn't delivered. 1/ What that data shows is a destination scan and here's how that works. In a simple world, letters and flats processed through two methods - on the big machines and not on the big machines. You know, you read all about those big machines this summer and fall as they are being /2
Oct 5, 2017 10 tweets 1 min read
1. I know we’ve got a lot of important things to talk about in the world right now, but I have to get something off my chest. 2. You need to stop putting green things in your deviled eggs. I mean it.