New Hampshire activist Ken Eyring shared an update from the recount in Windham, New Hampshire via Granite Grok
I believe the preliminary results of the forensic audit of the Windham, NH voting machines as configured on November 3, 2020, show the aging Diebold ES2000 Model A Voting Machines cannot be trusted.
And by extension… potentially the elections across the state of New Hampshire as well.
And based on the actions and demeanor of high-ranking government officials from the AG’s office over the first few days of the audit – I have a long list of concerns that I’ll share in another post.
But for now, let’s focus on the preliminary results of the vote totals that were produced by running all of the ballots from Windham’s November 3, 2020, through all of Windham’s four machines as configured on November 3rd.
The first table and graph show some disturbing results of the Rockingham District 7 State Rep race. This is the race that triggered the recount that produced the largest unexplained numerical discrepancy in the state of NH.
The audit results of each machine are significantly different from the results produced on 11/3/20. The audit results are closer to the results of the hand recount that was overseen by the Secretary of State’s office that took place on 11/12/20, but they are also significantly off.
Another disturbing observation is the variation of between 2 – 44 votes when the results of each candidate are compared across each machine after the audit. There’s a minicule difference of 2 votes for Ioana Singureanu between all four machines, and a massive number of 44 votes for Bob Lynn between AccuVote #2 and AccuVote #4. A potential error of 44 votes is unacceptable in any election – because it could cause the wrong person to be declared the winner and subsequently sworn into office.
Regardless of what the hand recount shows, it looks like it is time to get rid of the aging Diebold machines. I believe consideration should be given to hand-counting every vote on election night.
** Read the rest here.
Any machine that has a 44 vote error depending on the day in counting 5,500 votes is not dependable.
These machines are worse at counting votes than second graders.
And notice from the several audits that Republican Bob Lynn saw a 44 vote difference in the four recounts.
Democrat Ioana Singureanu saw a 2 vote difference in the four machines.
This is unacceptable and as Ken reported is evidence that the machines need to be scrapped.