Washington State Uses Suspect Voting Machinery

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According to the Washington State Secretary of State's website, Washington uses Hart InterCivic, a controversial election machinery company that is noted in the article further below: it is not sure at this time whether the Sherril Huff-run King County Elections Department uses Hart along with the also controversial Diebold/Premier/Dominion machinery that we are sure they use.  Huff made the unwise decision to make a huge purchase of election equipment from Diebold/Premier several years ago.  Over the years, King County has developed a reputation for being one of the most incompetent and controversial election departments in the United States, and even news journalist and host Bill O'Reilly is aware of this department as he implied there was election corruption in King County a few years ago.  Please, sign Mark Greene's petititon for King County Director of Elections if you see it, and donate money to help put Mark in the director's office (2015 election) or for Washington Secretary of State (2012 election).  The address to send a check or money order is below.



Post-script:  Diebold has such a bad reputation for voting equipment that they keep changing their various names or sell off to competitors like Dominion.  So now, King County uses a foreign vendor, because Dominion is a Canadian company.

[revised on 10/28/12]

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