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Last week I attended the Dunn County Patriots meeting at the Grain Bin. Besides election integrity, their priorities are congressional term limits, what’s being taught in our schools, Critical Race Theory being pushed in government agencies and our schools, current bills that have been introduced on the state and federal levels, candidates that are running for office and what they stand for, etc. We had about 60 people attend. Our next meeting at the Grain Bin will be March 4th at 6:30 pm.
We talked about the fact that a lot of municipalities are buying new voting machines – Dominion machines in Dunn County. Most attendees expressed their dislike of the Dominion voting machines. One attendee brought up the idea of taking up a collection in their township to purchase a different, more secure machine and then donate it to the local township.
I think that we can work with the new Dominion machines if we implement “check and balance procedures.” The poll workers should hand count one race. Next compare these totals to what the voting machine totals are. If they are the same, send the votes on through the server. If not, hand count the other races. Find out what is causing the discrepancy. If the hand count and machine totals can’t be reconciled, report the hand count totals.
The second “check and balance” procedure would be for one person to be responsible to double check that the total vote counts from your polling place, is accurately reported at the county and state level. After all with these new machines, the vote count is transmitted electronically through the modem/Internet. We need to make sure that the count we send is the totals that get reported at the county and state levels.
There are Patriot groups meeting in other areas of Wisconsin. The Eau Claire/Chippewa Patriot Group(s) is meeting on Thursday evening, Feb. 25th (6:30 worship, 7:00 meeting) at the Harvestime Church, Chippewa Falls. Julaine Appling from Wisconsin Family Action will be speaking. One of the things she will be talking about is “how you talk with your children about the transgender trend?”