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People of Mercer County, NJ Sue Election Officials for Voter Disenfranchisement

PRINCETON, N.J. – Feb. 20, 2024 – PRLog — Ten Mercer County, NJ residents submitted a suit in Superior Court on February 14th which consists of numerous evidentiary truths covering the 2022 and 2023 elections.

Most especially, in 2022, no devices operated at all on election day. The cause was because of maker supplier Dominion Voting Systems stopping working to recode tally ids after a tally design modification by the County. Simply as disconcerting, the County concealed this from the general public, and it just emerged when the general public required a hearing with all the celebrations included to describe.

On election day mayhem at the ballot locations was followed by outright mishandling and counting of tallies later on. Completely, the outcome was the offense of the civil, statutory, and civil liberties of people straight included and indirectly all people of the county who were required to accept a void election.

The 360 page problem can be checked out at https://www.weferlawoffices.com/uploads/3/9/4/3/39433517/filed_complaint_with_exhibits.pdf

Some realities to highlight from it for the 2022 election:

  • The incorrect transfer to provisionary tallies and tape-recording mistakes worrying these tallies led to a minimum of 759 citizens having their votes turned down when they need to have been accepted. These citizens were disenfranchised.
  • Other citizens do not understand if their vote was counted as the electronic survey books do disappoint them as having actually signed in.
  • Whole bags of votes were lost, bags and devices including tallies were not appropriately sealed, and a minimum of 1,500 tallies were discovered left behind in tabulators 6 days after the election. Chain of custody was ruined.
  • No tally sheets were developed contrary to state statute.
  • The counting of votes was not constant and public contrary to state statute.
  • There is a 4,849-vote disparity in between the variety of votes the County reported to the general public and the variety of Election Day votes the County reported to the State and this disparity has actually not been fixed.

An emphasize of the orders required consist of:

  • much better survey employee training
  • avoidance of all recognized device and ballot book failures from repeating in future elections
  • public reconciliation of tallies by type for the 2023, 2024, and 2025 main and basic elections

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