Totenburg Ruling Second CPGA Federal Court Win In Three Years

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August 17, 2019

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Unconstitutional Voting System Banned by 2020
CPGA Plaintiffs Get 2nd Federal Suit Win in 3 Years

ATLANTA, GA – Thursday Judge Amy Totenberg of the U.S. District Court of North Georgia banned the current Direct Recording Electronic (DRE) voting systems from further use in Georgia elections beginning in 2020. The DRE system produces results that cannot be verified by the voter, audited by election officials or recounted for candidates. The court found the system impairs Georgia voters’ Constitutional right to vote in any federal election.

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Gun Confiscation Via “Red Flag Law” Resolution

by the Constitution Party National Committee –  4 May 2019 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Image copyright 2019 by A.F. Branco, used with permissionWhereas, The American Declaration of Independence recognizes the foundational and timeless principle that governments are instituted among men to secure God-given rights, and,

Whereas, the right of self-defense, defense of the family, and defense against tyranny, is conferred upon the individual and the community by our Creator, and,

Whereas, the responsibility to safeguard life, liberty, and property, as well as to help preserve the independence of the nation is bestowed upon mankind by our Creator, and

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VOTER-GA: State of Georgia to Buy $100 Million Unverifiable Voting System

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July 30, 2019
VOTER-GA - http://www.voterga.org

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Georgia to buy $100 million Unverifiable Voting System
Bait & Switch SOS Video Fools Media, Civic Groups

ATLANTA, GA – Secretary of State (SOS) Brad Raffensperger announced Monday his office will replace its current unverifiable electronic voting system with another type of unverifiable system. Voters using the chosen Image Cast (ICX) ballot marking device (BMD) from Dominion Voting Systems’ $106 million bid will employ touchscreens to print only their selections on a piece of paper. The voter will slide the paper into a scanner that accumulates votes embedded in a bar code. Although text selections are visible, voters cannot read or verify the actual votes that are accumulated. They also cannot see a full paper ballot with referendum language and unselected candidates.

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