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Solution for Voter Fraud - Public Online Database for Election Results

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  • Independent
    DC
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    (Review/Confirm your voter result selections and view demographics data).

    Share & Sign Petition

    wh.gov/iHBzM

    This petition is to mandate that all government voting results whether county, state or national level be required to display results publicly online. The public displaying of voting results will help to eliminate any fraudulent voter results by allowing millions of voters to check and verify results online by demographics and down to the individual person(s).

    Voters will receive Unique ID Numbers (UIN) that will register directly to a their name and other personal ID information within the system. Names/PII will not be displayed publicly in demographics and individual persons listing, only UIN will be publicized. However person(s) should be able to enter their own UIN and provide social/pin to view that the UIN listed is indeed registered to their name only with correct voting results.

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    I see no reason why this wouldn't work. The Govt knows exactly who I am, I have nothing to hide ..... I think living as we do in a high tech world, this would be easy and safe
  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Portland, OR
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    Aren't Republicans supposed to be against government intrusion and afraid of being spied on? Oh wait - spying and hacking is a-ok as long as it's against the Democrats.


    Does anyone honestly believe this "solution" is something that would be safe from hacking? This UIN you propose could be easily manipulated by the most juvenile hacker out there. All you're inviting is even more mistrust in the voting process.

  • Independent
    Ft.myers, FL
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    jaredsxtn Wrote:

    Aren't Republicans supposed to be against government intrusion and afraid of being spied on? Oh wait - spying and hacking is a-ok as long as it's against the Democrats.


    Does anyone honestly believe this "solution" is something that would be safe from hacking? This UIN you propose could be easily manipulated by the most juvenile hacker out there. All you're inviting is even more mistrust in the voting process.

    Yes Jared you see it correctly. But which ever way, people always find ways to corrupt the system. I use the "mail -in" voting, but even then I never get an confirmation if mine arrived and was counted properly. For all I know they tossed it into the schedder.
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    we live in a world where banking is done electronically, stocks, investments, company information, schools, universities, ..... I think a hack-proof system could be worked out

    I have a SS# that is assigned to me. I have a state drivers license assigned to me. I have a passport assigned to me. I have a concealed weapons license assigned to me. I mean we could require 3 forms of a dozen maybe to identify a person and a quick instant check like is used on guns says if anyone else has used that already.

  • Strongly Liberal Democrat
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    Portland, OR
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    conservativecat Wrote: we live in a world where banking is done electronically, stocks, investments, company information, schools, universities, ..... I think a hack-proof system could be worked out

    Banks, stock brokerage and investment firms, Fortune 500 businesses, and universities are hacked and compromised every single day. I think we're a long way away from a hack-proof online voting system.

    conservativecat Wrote: I have a SS# that is assigned to me. I have a state drivers license assigned to me. I have a passport assigned to me. I have a concealed weapons license assigned to me. I mean we could require 3 forms of a dozen maybe to identify a person and a quick instant check like is used on guns says if anyone else has used that already.

    I have zero problem with voter ID so long as it is free. Forcing someone to pay for an identification card is a poll tax.

    Just because someone doesn't drive, travel, or feel like they need to carry a gun on them at all times in order to feel safe doesn't mean they don't have the right to vote for the people who represent them.