A Blueprint For Ending The Voting Machines Has Arrived
Republican lawmakers can stop electronic voting machines with a single 6-page resolution
A resolution has just passed out of committee (as an amendment) that should effectively prohibit computerized voting machines in federal elections. It bans any component (or element) used in the electronic voting machines from being used as the primary method for counting votes in a federal election unless it can meet Department of Defense standards — and none of them can do so currently. The resolution also requires that the ballots, the source code, and other log files must be publicly posted.
The resolution is called SCR 1037.
The resolution is very significant because it relies on the Arizona’s legislature’s constitutional authority to set election law — thereby completely bypassing the current Governor of Arizona, Katie Hobbs (D).
That’s right: it does not require the consent or the signature of Arizona’s governor.
In other words: this is the blueprint for GOP lawmakers to stop the voting machines in other states.
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