Back on the Trail
Over the last month I have been busy with my CSQE re-certification from ASQ and preparing to lead a Boy Scout high adventure outing to the Porcupine Mountains
But, I have not been completely idle on the election process / fraud front. I was in Madison for other reasons and took the opportunity to audit the records from November 2, 2005. I also did the same for the City of West Allis. I will post the results later today.
I have been responding to the attempts by the City of Milwaukee Election Commission to squash my complaint on them to the Wisconsin SEB.
I have an open records request being block by the City Election Commission on the minutes for several meetings of the City of Milwaukee election task force.
The report was published yesterday on June 27, 2005. I will post the fisking later. I did like the mention in the article about no evidence of "willful neglect or intent". I hope it is not merely my vanity to think the inclusion of this legalese is from my complaint before the Wisconsin State Elections Board. My main point in the complaint is that being trained and paid and still not doing your minimal statutory duties is prima facia evidence of willful neglect; the basis of my 12.13(2)(a) fraud charge against the City of Milwaukee poll inspectors.
I have been monitoring the implementation of the State-wide Voter Registration System. Currently there is no part of the SVRS implimentation plan to correct the bogus addresses from Milwaukee, Madison, Racine, Kenosha, et. al. when the disparate municipal voter registration lists will initially be imported into the SVRS.
And, I may be a presenter at a national conference on election integrity. The subject is how to properly test voting machine software.
Been busy, just not busy blogging.