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Helping With US Election Data Forensic Analysis

You Can Help With Election Data Forensic Analysis


National Election Data Archive

There are two pages that are useful to those of you who want to help us to detect electronic vote miscount by obtaining the detailed election results needed to detect vote miscount in your location tomorrow. The data can be collected two ways:

1. through open records requests for official records, and

2. during the election and vote counting process

(laws in each state and practices in each county may differ)

http://www.electiondefense2.net/

and

http://electionarchive.net/public/ucv_select_info.php

Here is an explanation of why election data forensics analysis is needed:

http://electionarchive.org/ucvInfo/US/WeCount2.pdf

Volunteers may now register to upload election data documents here:

http://electionarchive.net

We have recently done some updates, so everything should be ready to go for volunteers to upload the data to our public archive for this election.

Kathy Dopp
http://electionarchive.org
National Election Data Archive
Dedicated to Accurately Counting Elections

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