Today my husband & I were physically targeted - we believe for the election work I've been doing...
Today, it escalated to in-person intimidation. Anything happens to me/my family - suspected NC peoples' info has already been given to many people, including the authorities.
My family has endured multiple phone/comp hacking events previously, but this has gone too far! The election work I'm doing is very public. I don't know anything beyond what I've already disclosed publicly. If this is regarding the source code review, it's out of my hands now.
Dec 16, 2020 • 24 tweets • 9 min read
Live now: Senate Hearing on Election Irregularities 2020 hsgac.senate.gov/examining-irre…
Kenneth Starr: testifying in personal capacity
Donald Palmer: Commissioner, EAC
Jamis Troupis: Trump attorney
Francis Ryan: Penn @jbinnall Jesse Binnall: attorney @C_C_Krebs Chris Krebs: Former Director, DHS Cybersecurity
Nov 24, 2020 • 5 tweets • 3 min read
@NCSBE meeting to certify the 2020 General election begins in 30 minutes.
Tune in at 11am. They are not allowing public comments either written or via webinar meeting, but you can post comments on their FB feed. ncsbe.gov/news/press-rel…
@Anna_M_Johnson Gary Sims doesn't want anyone to see how the sausage gets made.
ED blocks observing every chance he gets.
Wake is the only county that won't let the public observe on election night.
The secrecy must stop!
I was an at large observer for Wake Dem party for the Primary. Gary threw a fit - very angry- yelled and threatened that if any observer so much as asks to see another zero tape ALL of us would be kicked out!
Zero tapes show that no electronic ballot stuffing has occurred. btw
Jul 24, 2020 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
§ 163-234. Counting absentee ballots by county BOE.
(2)The count shall be continuous until completed and the members shall not separate or leave the counting place except for unavoidable necessity, except that if the count has been completed prior to the time...
the polls close, it shall be suspended until that time pending receipt of any additional ballots.
They can suspend UNTIL they get more ballots. This doesn't say they can stop the process in the middle with open ballots in a warehouse with no outside oversight.
Sep 3, 2019 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
NC didn't follow their own requirements for certification of election systems. This cannot be disregarded by the state and will not be ignored by election security advocates & voters. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them this isn't acceptable. …altionforgoodgovernance.sharefile.com/d-s63b8c00141c…
Several key steps in NC certification process were not met, but NCSBE certified the systems at the recommendation of the Exec Director, Brinson-Bell. She told them that all requirements were met, but these systems did not meet the qualifications to certify. Now what?
This is it, folks. NC IS SET TO CERTIFY BARCODE BALLOTS THIS SUNDAY AT 5pm. WE NEED YOU! Please come and voice your opposition to casting a ballot that a human cannot verify. Demand #HandMarkedPaperBallots
These barcode ballot machines will not work on election day if the power goes out. We will be left with a stack of blank receipts instead of pre-printed ballots that will keep voting going.