Smart Drop Box Solution for the 2022 U.S. Election
A quick update on drop boxes. I have pushed to get rid of them all together, however we find ourselves with a one seat majority and an obstinate Paul Boyer. I am not satisfied with failure and having to use 2020 rules for the 2022 election. Therefore, I also have a plan B. I have created an invention and asked for a pilot program regarding a “smart” drop box.
This smart drop box does not tally your vote, it only logs in that your envelope has been received. Much like an ATM machine, there will be chain of custody and an inability to stuff a dropbox like people can now. It will have a camera like an ATM machine and it will limit one ballot per deposit.
We trust our cash and checks to an ATM machine. The machine with a camera, chain of custody, and the ability to deposit the cash into our own account and not someone else’s. If we can’t get rid of the boxes, then I demand a secure box to do so until we have enough Republicans to get rid of them all together. We cannot go back to 2020 rules.
I also will say that I am pressing for HB 2289 to be put on the board for a vote. Let’s see who is serious about this and who is not.
Senator Kelly Townsend
AZ State Senator • US Navy Vet • Integrity • Honor • Duty • 2A • Pro-Life • Election Integrity • Secure Borders • Constitution • Rule of Law • Sm Gov’t
⚡️Voting Systems Used Across the Country Have Functionality
(https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/05/huge-exclusive-voting-systems-used-across-country-functionality-create-ballots-fill/) to Create Ballots and Fill Them Out – Why Are They Allowed?
This past week auditors in New Mexico identified that the voting systems used in the counties under review have the ability to fill in ballots. This was noted in the presentation before officials in Otero County, New Mexico. We then learned earlier today that a prior New York state investigation identified malicious code that could do this.
In addition to this, we identified other system issues within the voting systems. According to the Dominion website, its election system has the ability to print ballots.
The feature is explained in the Dominion Voting Systems manual on page 30 HERE (https://www.sos.state.co.us/pubs/elections/VotingSystems/DVS-DemocracySuite511/documentation/UG-ICC-UserGuide-5-11-CO.pdf).