They have recounted the votes in Windham, New Hampshire and a funny pattern developed. Every Republican has shorted almost exactly 300 votes to every Republican candidate. I don’t believe it is a coincidence.
The only thing we don’t know at this time is who is responsible for what apparently was an attempt to give a huge advantage to Democratic candidates. In-state contests 300 votes can swing an election.
In this particular case, all of the Republicans won even before the recount added hundreds of votes for the Republicans. But, in tighter races, it could have made the difference.
We don’t know if it was the software owned by Dominion Voting or by election officials in the county, but we should find out. But, I would point out that even if it was election officials, the software would have to have made it possible for them to do it.
Granite Grok reported:
The Town of Windham used Dominion machines to count paper ballots and upon a believable hand recount, it was confirmed each Republican was machine-cheated out of roughly 300 votes.
You would think this would have been solved by the Dominion machine company, the Secretary of State, the Elections Unit of the AG’s Office, or the laughable Ballot Law Commission. (Kathy Sullivan, d (Term expires July 1, 2024)
Just like every other state that used machines that alter ballot counts in favor of one political party over another – here we are.
Dominion Voting Systems owns the intellectual property of the AccuVote machines used in New Hampshire.
In New Hampshire, he noted, the AccuVote optical scanners used in all communities that have voting machines are an “older technology” and each moderator uses the device’s results tape, at the end of the night, to reveal the results, on a paper “Return of Votes” form. AccuVote devices have been used for more than a quarter of a century in the state and are the only devices approved by the Ballot Law Commission.
“The device was originally manufactured by Unisys, then by Global Elections Systems Inc., which are no longer in business,” Yen said. “The device used in New Hampshire is no longer being manufactured. Dominion (Voting Systems) owns the intellectual property of the AccuVote and its related election management system but does not manufacture the device.”
Once again I say that Dominion may not be responsible for all of the discrepancies in the voting but the software and the machines should be checked out. They might need to change them to prevent others from manipulating the votes. Either way, we need to know and fix it or stop using their machines altogether.