We the People…
Citizens of Ravalli County, Montana demand fair and transparent elections. We demand the following to secure election integrity:
- NO ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES – Of any kind
- ONE DAY, IN_PERSON VOTING WITH PHOTO-ID AND ADDRESS
- PAPER BALLOT, HAND COUNTED ON ONE DAY AT PRECINCT – Results posted at the Precint. Chain of Custody strictly enforced.
- VOTER REGISTRATION CONTROLLED EXCLUSIVELY BY THE COUNTY
- MINIMUM 30 DAY REGISTRATION PRIOR TO ELECTION
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Dr. Douglas G. Frank’s Election Analysis – US 2020 Election Fraud at a Glance: https://electionfraud20.org/dr-frank-reports/
The info below is from Dr. Frank.
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Hand count procedures used in Ravalli County before machines
1. The county election administrator sends out 2 tally sheets to each precinct
– One is used by democrats
– One is used by republicans
2. In each precinct 1 republican and 1 democrat are appointed as judges
3. The counting (ref MCA 13-15-206 part 2) takes place in a sequestered room with the 2 judges and their tally sheets and with a guard outside the room; it starts when deemed appropriate by the judges when there are enough votes
– There is also a reader who reads off the votes and a watcher – – they are from opposing parties
– The republican judge records all votes on his / her tally sheet
– The democrat judge records all votes on his / her tally sheet
4. The judges continuously check with each other to confirm that their numbers match. The counting and tally sheets are continued until the polls are closed and all ballots are counted.
5. Then the tally sheets get final checked, signed and the results are publicly posted on the precinct outer door. Then the voted ballots and tally sheets, along with the other items specified in MCA 13-15-205 Part 2 are delivered to the election administrator in a strong envelope or package securely fastened by the chief election judge or another judge appointed by the chief judge. The voted ballots and tally sheets must be kept together in case there is a recount.
6. The election administrator in Hamilton has the master tally sheet and transfers the tally from the precinct sheets to the master tally sheet as they come in.
7. All precinct – level counting and tallying is done by local republicans and democrats at each polling place.
Version 2. 7/2/2023
mtelectionintegrity.org (Jane Rectenwald President)