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Certifying Flawed Election Software by the Secretary of State is Dangerous to Democracy

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-- Press Release -- October 28, 2017 Oceanside, California The campaign to elect Ruben Major is reaching out to all eligible voters because we want to express our concern for the security of California's election systems. Currently, we are voting on machines which contain scientifically proven vulnerabilities that are endangering our democracy. These are the same systems in use across
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NSA Leak confirms route of Russian hacking in virus transmission to election systems

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The importance of the National Security Agency (“NSA”) leaked documents cannot be overstated.  I have been writing about voter registration and elections system hacking in the 2016 Primary and General Election for several months now and have surveyed following states related to these issues: Arizona, Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida’s primary election, Florida’s general election, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, & Indiana. In

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Indiana confirmed hacking of 2016 election systems

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Updated June 10, 2018 In the analysis of Indiana’s election system, we find hacking and confirmed penetration, millions of scans, and alarming concerns related to voter suppression. This is part of a U.S. wide analysis regarding potential “Vote Hacking” in the following states: Arizona, Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida’s primary election, Florida’s general election, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, & Illinois. This

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Hawaii worked with, while Idaho claims election system scanning by DHS

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I have previously reported issues indicating “Vote Hacking” in the following states: Arizona, Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida’s primary election, Florida’s general election, & Georgia. There could potentially be other explanations for some of the circumstances offered, however, information provided may indicate characteristics of hacking. When combined with other states, this evidence substantially increases the likelihood of systems vulnerability