Today, off to Chicago, destination Cook County Elections. The Objective? Can a law suit be avoided?
If the elections were conducted unlawfully, how can the results be certified? Does anyone want a new election? Would it even be granted? Still, if I am correct, according to Illinois Statue, the polls NEVER should have opened.
On March 24th, a Cook County Election lawyer smeared me in Springfield, his apology afterwards I accepted. My response was simple, show me the code that authorizes you to conduct elections as you are. (Continues)
Following the elections, I also wrote to the officials at Cook County Elections. I asked for the code that authorizes them to conduct elections as they are. Today, perhaps they will have that code. I don’t know, we’ll see.
Last week, I asked the lawyers at the Illinois State Board of Elections to show me the Illinois Code justifying the changes in the training manual. The Illinois State Board of Elections must approve all changes in training manuals instructing Election Judges. We will likely talk today or tomorrow.
Can the election results be certified? Is the question ‘Did you find fraud?’ Perhaps it is as far as sufficient substance in a Supreme Court Justice's eyes. Still, if the law states the polls SHALL NOT open if the chain of custody on the keys is not maintained, and that chain is broken – election-wide, how can the results be considered secure? Should that question be asked and answered?
From a legal substance perspective is the absence of fraud the reigning factor?
Perhaps today, I shall return to say… There is code allowing for non-compliant procedures for custody of the VSC keys, and unsealed ballots, voting equipment and memory devices. We will see.
Can a lawsuit be avoided if there is none?