Maricopa County deleted entire databases prior to turning over election equipment to the AZ Senate for the forensic audit now occurring. MSNBC fails in its attempt to hire Paul the Octopus for election night coverage. Whether a miscalculated attempt to shift the political debate from domestic issues back to the cross-Strait issues that were seen as Ma’s strength or a carelessly honest consideration of what might be possible, the idea drew a firestorm of criticism. The first is what might be called garden-variety voter suppression-perpetrated, accusers say, by Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, who was also the co-chair of Bush’s Ohio campaign. Republicans alert for voter fraud. How do we know that the BMD was not cheating, printing different votes onto the ballot paper than what the voter selected on the touch screen? At least, that is what The Economist’s election-forecasting model predicts will be the outcome of America’s election on November 3rd. Of course, that prediction rests on several assumptions, including that the polls this year are not wildly off, that everyone who plans to vote is able to cast a ballot and that those ballots are counted. A Fox News pundit raises the question of whether a democracy requires that votes be counted.
At 3:23 AM The Gateway Pundit has exclusive video of a white van registered to the city of Detroit entering the gate into the TCF Center. NRMC is a planning, analysis, and collaboration center working to identify and address the most significant risks to our nation’s critical infrastructure. McKinney was among a group of residents who asked the board to ignore calls for more audits. That’s the determination of the Michigan Bureau of Elections after 250 audits were carried out on results across the states. Such real-time updates will draw heavily on results in states that count both early and Election Audit-day ballots rather quickly. Both sides are scheduled to meet Friday to discuss how to review the mail ballots. UPDATE 8:07 p.m.: The Elections Division picked up an additional delivery of mail from the Post Office and ballots returned at the office building. No winner yet. Suggestion that to save time dealing with the inundation of mail ballots, Election Audit officials should weigh them rather than count them. At a morning press conference the day after the election, Mayor Kirk Caldwell, fully masked, announces that when his term is up, he will retire from politics to spend more time with his family.
CISA hopes to add more states to the list of participants. If early results show that the polls are wrong in these states, they are likely to be wrong in other battleground states with similar demographic characteristics. Although it is hard for a quantitative election forecast to take these factors into account before the election, early returns can provide some guidance on the final outcome, even before polls close. To track and update our understanding of the race in real time, The Economist has built a statistical model that updates the results of our pre-Election Audit forecast with final election results from the states as they come in. Are you aware of that, and what is your understanding of that situation? Americans are increasingly worried about what will happen at the finish line of this year’s tumultuous election, a new USA TODAY/Suffolk University Poll finds, including whether the voting will be peaceful and the outcome broadly accepted.
“They are in my house somewhere. The election audit was conducted after a request by House District 10 State Rep. So if, for example, Mr Trump wins in Florida, his chances will improve in similarly competitive states with lots of Hispanics and older white voters (conversely, a win in Florida for Mr Biden all but assures him the White House). The Arizona election audit is no stranger to critics, but voters in the state appear to support it. The U.S. Supreme Court upholds a Georgia statute requiring that all African American voters present a valid Guamanian driver’s license. “Beijing will, if not prevented, use the deployment of equipment, software, and services from Chinese state-controlled companies to compromise U.S. In her first U.S. Arizona state Senate President Karen Fann, a Republican, has spearheaded the effort to push for the additional audit. In the months since the November election, Trump and his allies have claimed it was rigged and stolen from him, despite state and federal officials, including members of his own administration, insisting the 2020 election was secure. While the controversial audit of votes cast in Maricopa County during the 2020 election has drawn praise from some Trump supporters, it has also drawn cries of corruption and legal threats from others.