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Saturday, January 21, 2012

100% OF SOUTH CAROLINA VOTES GO THROUGH a private Barcelona, Spain-owned company, Scytl/SOE Software, before being reported to the public.

100% OF SOUTH CAROLINA VOTES GO THROUGH a private Barcelona, Spain-owned company, Scytl/SOE Software, before being reported to the public.

(If that wasn't bad enough SC has an "open" primary which means anybody can vote in a so called "republican" primary. Also you do not need to produce an id to vote. I asked to make sure and it is true. This means anybody could vote by just claiming to be a registered voter. So vote and vote "often"?

When I voted I didn't know if someone had already voted for me! The fix is in for sure.)
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In South Carolina, 100% of election results will be redirected through a private Barcelona, Spain-owned company, Scytl/SOE Software, before being reported to the public.

There is only one way to immediately find out whether Scytl/SOE reported the right results*, and that is for members of the public to capture evidence of reported precinct results when polls close tonight. Think of it as a giant neighborhood watch.

Precinct results should be posted at each polling site. In addition, during poll closing the public has a right to be in the polling place watching and videotaping what goes on.

SC Polls close at 7PM so be there to check up on the tabulation of individual voting machines. You only want the total that will be posted for the public. Don't get in the way.

SC results

Compare total tabulation posted at the precinct to the results reported at the above link.

* Well, you have to put an asterisk alongside "the right results" because in South Carolinia you get a two-fer. Results could be incorrect at either end of the pipeline -- from the ES&S iVotronic paperless touchscreen voting machines, which have a history of incorrect totals, or from the private results reporting firm Scytl/SOE Software, which has centralized control over what gets reported.

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