Election Integrity

Disclaimer: The opinions on this page are the opinion of the election committee. They are not necessarily the opinions or statements from the SCRCC board or all PCOs. 

Statement: While we would like to believe that this page is not needed, it is.  If our elections were as simple as a one person, one vote cast on paper, counted by hand, recorded for review and audit, then there would be no need for this page. HOWEVER, we have allowed our elections to engage with computers, machines, and internet access, so that for some, there is no secrecy or transparency in the process.

The election process is now enveloped in a cloud of suspicion, which is also showing evidences of Truth that misbehavior is occurring. Transparency is being removed.

Work with us as we explorer what are the challenges, do your part to identify and research anomalies. Help us as we strive to get our elections out of the atmosphere of being written into a Stephen King novel. Help everyone by ensuring the discussion is clear so that everyone has the confidence to vote. We want every US Citizen that is 18 and over, to recognize and honor the value of your vote. Everyone that is qualified to vote, should vote.

An Organized Approach to Understand Elections

Equipment & Systems: (Learn about how machines, computers and internet access are impacting your elections.)

  • Internet access
  • The Video (We are in the processing of segmenting this out)

Process & Systems: (Learn about the methodology/systems used for gathering and processing votes.)


Databases: (Learn about the Voter Data bases and the Canvassing projects that are used to ensure voter database integrity. When/where does the data become corrupted?)


Insights and Opinions: (As insights and opinions are identified, we will post additional commentary.)

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  • Brian Noble
    published this page in Stay Informed 2023-03-28 14:05:16 -0700