Let's Get Started
As H.O.T. continues to investigate the 2020 election in the state of Wisconsin a number of emails from our open records requests are available to view HERE. One of the best ways to receive this information and more is to subscribe to our email list HERE.
Where do You Start?
Let's start with the Wisconsin voters. The Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) from their website. The Wisconsin Elections Commission administers and enforces Wisconsin elections law and is made up of six members. Four are appointed by the four legislative leaders and two are appointed by the Governor. The Commission staff is non-partisan. Remember this... it's going to play a part in the election fraud. There are two important data links that are controlled and maintained by WEC. One is MYVOTE again from their website, At myvote.wi.gov you can register to vote, check your voter registration status, find your polling place, see what's on your ballot, request an absentee ballot and check provisional ballot status. the other is WISVOTE The State of Wisconsin administers elections at the municipal level and is comprised of 1,852 municipalities. Each municipality’s election data, e.g. voter registration, ballot access, ballot tracking, polling place, etc., is managed in a state-wide database called WisVote. The Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) developed WisVote to secure election data access for use by election clerks and their staff. There are approximately 4,100,000 voting age adults in Wisconsin. However, there are over 7,000,000 voters on the voter rolls. Data HERE Names on the voter rolls can be made active from nonactive by simply clicking on the voters name. WEC defends the inflated voter rolls claiming they are keeping historical data and claims made of voter irregularities are over blown. HERE H.O.T. contends that WEC by their own admission has never had an audit.
SO JUST TRUST US.
H.O.T. WILL TRUST AFTER WE VERIFY.
Wisconsin statutes requires WEC to maintain an efficient voter roll. Wis Stats. 6.36,5.05.
How Did WEC Put 7M on the Voter Roll?
Accurate voter rolls are crucial for secure, efficient, and fair elections. So how did Wisconsin’s voter registration swell to over 7M with only 4M voting age adults? We must go back to the 1990’s. Get Out The Vote Drives (GOTV) were started in urban areas by groups to register persons who were not fully participating in the voting process. Community groups would organize registration drives by setting up tents in city parks, visit community centers, union halls and nursing homes. Many GOTV campaigns were associated with the democratic party. The voter registration numbers in Wisconsin grew in part because the persons who moved, died and for other reasons were no longer voting were kept on the state’s voter rolls. Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) has stated it was to have a "historical reference". H.O.T. finds that to be a poor excuse for administering and maintaining a poorly run state funded voter election roll. Software engineer Jeffery O’Donnell speaks to the Wisconsin Campaign and Election committee on irregularities with the state voter registration system. HERE
As far back as the 1960’s claims of fraudulent elections with names gathered from tombstones, voter bribery, and inflated voter rolls were not uncommon. HERE
Prior to Obama's 2008 presidential campaign community contractors were used To Get Out The Vote. Persons in the community who were contacted by the campaign would drive voters to the clerk’s office to vote early and gather other voters to take to the polls on election day. These contractors would be private organizations, administrators and staff of community centers, church pastors, and private individuals. One thing they all had in common they would receive some sort of compensation from the political parties for their work. However, the GOTV system was difficult to monitor, and the physical body of the voter had to be registered and had to show up at the clerk’s office in person to vote early or to the polling location on the day of the election. However, In the 2008 presidential election the community contractors GOTV system was scrapped. A new form of GOTV was introduced. The cell phone and the internet were incorporated into the 2008 Obama campaign. Thousands of young people were recruited with the new campaign technologies and the 2008 and 2012 Obama campaigns had changed the way campaigns were done. HERE But was it all for the better?
The App That Ari Made
Former Facebook engineer Ari Steinberg designed a voter tracking app for the City of Racine clerk’s office. Steinberg told “The Information” he did it during his spare time as engineering director at Airbnb in the hope of having a “positive impact on the election” by allowing people to check whether they or other people they know in Pennsylvania had their votes counted. VIDEO Emails and documents obtained by H.O.T. Government allege that individuals affiliated with Mark Zuckerberg’s Center for Tech and Civic Life the Election Group and National Vote at Home Institute took control of the City of Racine WI. 2020 election and the election procedures. Weekly meeting agendas were set by “The Election Group” A sample ballot and envelope was also sent to Michael Spitzer Rubenstein by Racine Clerk Tara Coolidge. Additional emails show that Ari Steinberg was introduced to Racine Clerk Tara Coolidge “we are going to bring in Ari Steinberg at U.S. Digital Response” Steinberg was brought in to develop a vote tracking app using information supplied by Coolidge “Can we create a ballot log outside of WisVote, either for election day or for the entire process too?” WisVote is a comprehensive election management system that municipalities and counties use to manage voters, absentee ballots, poll workers, and other election details. WEC developed the current system in 2016 to ensure voter data contained within remains secure. Another email states “So all I need from you is the data from WisVote”. “You can download the full list of active voters and absentee ballots I can process everything, so you won’t need to.”
This app being created with voter information supplied by the City of Racine Clerk would have direct access to who voted, who didn't, and who was likely to never show up. Democratic operatives would place themselves at convenience stores or other places where their candidate (Biden) would be the candidate of choice. We know from Gablemans investigation there were fourteen to eighteen different democratic operative groups working the State of Wisconsin. That is also why the voter rolls by the WEC have not been updated. And on a rare occasion if that voter did show up at the polls, they would have discovered they already voted. This is the new technology used that update what was previously used called the 'knock and drag technique'. Democratic operatives would knock on the door and drag the voter to the polls. With the new technology they no longer need the voter only swollen voter rolls and mail-in ballots. When Trump won overwhelmingly, they had to stop the counting and insert ballots. Steinberg's email comes from US Digital Response. Who or what is US Digital Response? It states on their website they are "pro bono experts, including a mix of staff members and skilled volunteers who work with your team to understand your challenges and get you the right tools to deliver critical services to the people who need them". So, some of the tools that they bring to government pro-bono? Vote by mail, poll worker applications, curing ballots, digital tracking to name a few. Let's take a minute and look at one of their services: digital tracking. Again, we go back to the tracking app email. A H.O.T. supporter recently discovered the Wisconsin Vote app on the Google app service. Could this be the app that was used in Wisconsin by democratic operatives at the convenience stores and other locations within the five cities of Wisconsin? Let's look at the app. The user must first put in a partner code. Then the canvasser must put in their name and email address. Thirdly the person that apparently wants to register or find out if they already are registered the canvasser would need their name and date of birth. The canvasser would then check to see if the unsuspecting voter was registered in the State of Wisconsin. The person then would sign a signature pad which would give the third party partner a copy of his or her signature. Why would they need the signature of the registrar? The answer to this question comes from Wisconsin, MYVOTE It states if there is an upcoming local election in your area in less than 20 days you would not be able to register online. You could still register to vote by printing, signing, and delivering your registration form along with proof of residence to your municipal clerk or your polling place on Election Day. H.O.T will continue to investigate.
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