Vote-by-Mail and Absentee Ballots Disproportionately Favor Hillary Clinton by Almost 3 to 1

J.T. Waldron

One consistent, unsettling outcome among recent state Democratic primaries is the vote-by-mail or absentee ballots that favor Hillary Clinton by 3 to 1. Absentee or vote-by-mail ballots (often referred to as early voting) have been difficult to monitor and are conducive to ballot harvesting or ballot stuffing. Elections researcher John Brakey of AUDIT AZ has compiled data he had requested from key voting precincts in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois, Missouri and Massachusetts. All of these states show roughly the same early ballots ratio of 3 to 1 in favor of candidate Hillary Clinton over rival Bernie Sanders, who even won Michigan despite this advantage.

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John Brakey (Center) and Mickey Duniho (Right) address the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom about anomalies in the RTA election in the summer of 2008.

Wrestling with transparent outcomes of early vote totals has been a specialty for John Brakey along with colleagues Mickey Duniho, a former NSA security analyst, and Jim March of Blackbox Voting. In their stomping grounds, Pima County, Arizona, March and Duniho were members of the Pima County Elections Integrity Commission. Through many meetings in 2012, they had deliberated for hours over the importance of separating early ballots by precinct to help with detecting anomalies or fraud. They were successful in convincing a board majority that it’s far more difficult to stuff ballots if the early votes were physically separated by precinct prior to their customary hand count audit and the Secretary of State had implemented this practice of presorting statewide.

This vulnerability (or opportunity to cheat) was so important to Pima County that it circumvented its own Election Integrity Commission to get a waiver from the Secretary of State’s office allowing Pima County to forego this safeguard. Let’s face it, absentee ballots or vote by mail ballots have become a hindrance to election transparency advocates and a boon to those who game the system.

Brakey is more conservative with his observations as he’s attributed Hillary’s huge gain in vote-by-mail outcomes to some combo of the following:

1. The Clinton campaign could have a better ground game on getting the early vote through the Democratic party machine in urban centers.

2. The absentee/early votes are tabulated on central count scanners and the ballots are only sorted inside the tabulator and, like Arizona, steal votes where it is easiest to steal with impunity.

3. Ballot stuffing of absentee ballots. An excellent summary of this problem was provided by Jim March and Jill Simpson in a 2012 in an article entitled, “Karl Rove’s Electronic Empire of Fraud“.

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Jim March

Here is an interview with Jim March about the potential for ballot stuffing and the vendors involved:

The Spanish vote-counting firm, incidentally, has ties to billionaire globalist George Soros who has provided millions to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

John Brakey, the researcher who compiled the absentee info, has alerted us about clandestine vendors in Arizona and the Northeast, pursued justice in Pima County’s RTA election fraud in 2006 and caught Pima County attempting to rig another bond election in 2015.  According to Brakey:

I’ve been working with vote-by-mail since 2004 and watching closely this dangerous trend heading east. Most Urban centers are using high-speed counters that can count 7000 ballots per hour and they only sort them inside the central election tabulator as electrons.
Usually, when these numbers are aggregated together, they mirror the precincts voting results. In this case the numbers do not match. That tells me that something is wrong.

Like the disparity between machine counted ballots and hand counted ballots, this anomaly by itself doesn’t prove actual fraud, but it does warrant hand counted audits of early ballots separated by precinct, especially when exit polls, which include early ballots, indicate that Bernie Sanders should have won Massachusetts.

2015: John Brakey caught Pima County attempting to rig another bond election (via early ballots).

 

Sample counties:

Cuyahoga County Wayne County

 

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  • March 25, 2016 at 3:38 pm
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    Whereas we the people are created equal, and
    whereas we the people are endowed with certain inalienable rights, and
    whereas we the people instituted a government to secure these rights, and
    whereas we the people lay the foundation on such principles, and organize its power in such form, as to us shall seem most likely to effect the above objective, do require the following Bill of Rights for Voting Equality.

    1.
    Each citizen of the United States at or exceeding the age of majority has the right to vote in any public election in the jurisdiction where he or she resides. That right shall not be denied or abridged by the United States, any State, agreement, person, or entity. After incarceration all rights shall resume.

    2.
    a) All citizens of the United States, residing in all states, shall have equal access, (the same requirements), to creating a political party and achieving a ballot line.
    b) All candidates and parties shall have equal time constraints to qualify for ballot access.
    c) All proofs will be received by a multi-partisan regulatory board, such as the Board of Elections.
    d) All citizens that desire to be candidates, shall register at their local Board of Elections.
    e) The Board of Elections shall divide equally, the campaign tools for election purposes. All tools must be properly labeled as having been provided by the revenue stream and not a direct private donation.
    f) Elections shall be publicly funded. No private money may be used for a public office, or seat in the government. The citizen must have full confidence that no bribery or appearance of bribery is taking place.

    3.
    The District constituting the seat of Government of the United States shall elect Senators and Representatives in the Congress in such number and such manner as it would be entitled if it were a State.

    4.
    All citizens must be able to verify that the vote has been counted accurately. All ballots must be counted by hand. All counting must be supervised by multi-partisan personnel and recorded.

    5.
    a) There shall be at least one Representative to each Thirty Thousand citizens, per state.
    b) Each state shall divide its population by 30,000 to determine its number of representatives.
    c) Each Representative shall have the voting power equal to the number of citizens that voted for them.
    d) Congress shall be unicameral, and the Senate shall be dissolved.

    6.
    All citizens shall have equal early voting hours in which to cast their vote. sufficient voting places, materials, and personnel shall be provided to reduce the voting time to within an hour.

    7.
    The Presidential/Vice-Presidential election shall be counted by (score or approval) counting.

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