Who Counts the Votes?

The Mission

Analysis of the entire election process has been underway across the country since the 2020 general election. That includes right here in Washington, the “poster child” for mail in ballots.

An extensive amount of data and records were obtained during the course of our research, which we studied, dissected, and scrutinized.

We feel it is our duty to share this information and educate the public. Ignoring these issues by turning a blind eye or refusing to accept the painful truth has not been a successful strategy.

Please be advised that some of the content found within this website may be shocking and/or hard to accept. Our goal is not to decieve anyone, or tell any stories. Everything presented herein is a result of extensive research and investigative studies.

The Truth About Washington’s Elections

Elections in Washington state are undeniably vulnerable and susceptible to fraud. The entire process is flawed and cannot ensure a free and fair, or even accurate election.

Our research has shown there are major issues with voter registration, mail-in ballot delivery, vote counting systems, election management and records preservation. You can review our findings and read about some election related laws. There is also a wealth of information in our News section, which includes more analysis and discoveries. The news section is frequently updated and content is added regularly.


Logic and Accuracy Not Actually Tested

Washington State law requires a test of the election equipment is done prior to each election. It allows for public…
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Cheaters Change Tactics in 2022 Primary

After the 2022 primary election in Washington State, analysis shows that what we believe to be the method of the…
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Ranked Choice Voting Scam

“Instant Runoff” Ranked choice voting, also know as “instant runoff”, eliminates the “one man, one vote” theory and voters vote…
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The Voter Secrecy Issue in Washington State – White v Skagit

In the White v Skagit legal decision in 2015 ballots, ballot images, and any similar records were exempted from public…
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Cast Vote Record (CVR)

Cast Vote Record (CVR) A Cast Vote Record is a report created by the tabulation system. It is the record…
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Moment of Truth

The moment between before and after is called truth. People from across the nation gathered to share news about election…
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Bringing Back Transparency to the Election Process

The current election system has several drawbacks that restrict transparency to the point that it borders on violating the constitution….
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25 Counties in WA Notified of Potential Litigation

Violation of the Law On July 21st, 2022, 25 of Washington’s 39 counties received a litigation hold notice signed by…
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Deleted Election Records

Many Washington state counties are not able to produce certain election records from the 2020 general election. It appears they…
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Running out the Clock

There is a 22-month records retention requirement for all records pertaining to federal elections, such as the 2020 presidential election,…
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Albert Sensors & Election Surveilance by CIS

Albert Sensors Don’t Monitor Elections The Albert Network Monitoring Sensor is provided at no charge to WA Counties by the…
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Pierce County

At the time of the 2020 general election, Pierce County had 553,765 registered voters. Records show they issued 600,737 ballots,…
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Spokane County

In November 2020, Spokane County had 356,926 registered voters. For the general election, they issued 382,560 ballots. 4,558 ballots were…
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Mason County

Mason County Washington had 44,161 registered voters at the time of the 2020 Presidential election. From 2016 to 2020, Trump…
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Clallam County

Clallam County had the longest record of all bellwether counties for agreeing with the Presidential winner nationwide going back to…
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Who counts the votes in Washington state?

The county auditor is the “ex-officio supervisor” for the elections within their county.   Each county auditor then reports to the Secretary of State (SOS) who is responsible for the election results at the state level. There are many people who play a role in counting the votes. However, it is a machine which does the actual counting.  

Tabulation

Election systems have multiple components, but tabulation is the act of recording and adding the votes to get the totals.  It happens when the ballots are scanned, and their images recorded by the optical scanner. Ballots which are unreadable by the scanner according to the software’s settings are sent to adjudication.

What did he say?

The systems have an adjudication feature built into the scanner’s software, which allows an algorithm within the machine’s software to decide who the voter intended to vote for. If the machine doesn’t automatically adjudicate the ballot, election staff use the “resolver tool” to review an image of the ballot, and then records the voter’s “intent.”

There is a fine line between processing the ballots and the tabulation of the results. In many cases there is nothing else required after the ballots are scanned, other than to instruct the machine to produce the vote totals in a “format which can be read by humans”.

Vendors

In Washington state, the tabulators were purchased from 4 different vendors. Clear Ballot equipment is used in 17 of the 39 counties, including Pierce, Snohomish, and King, the three with the largest populations. Hart Intercivic machines are used in 16 counties, ES&S is used in 5, and one county uses Dominion machines. Check out some of the concerns we have with the tabulation process and equipment.

In the News

Logic and Accuracy Not Actually Tested

Washington State law requires a test of the election equipment is done prior to each election. It allows for public oversight/observation. The purpose of this test is to demonstrate the accuracy of the machines. Specifically, […]

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Ballot Status and Voter Registration Updates

To check the status of your ballot, request a replacement ballot or to update your voter registration details, visit votewa.gov .

Be sure to check back, as we are regularly posting new information and updates!

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