Runbeck Election Systems Teamed Up with Dominion Voting Systems in Georgia Election — Pallets of Company’s Ballots Found in Fulton County Warehouse

Runbeck Election Services is the return address printed on the pallets of ballots found sitting in a Georgia warehouse.

The Arizona firm who is named as the sender of the alleged fraudulent ballots sent to Georgia which were uncovered in a warehouse in Fulton County has very close ties to the Democrat Party.

The Runbeck ballots were addressed to Dwight Brower who is linked to the fraud in Atlanta.

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Although not listed as a member of the Executive Team, Brian Runbeck, identifies himself as the Client Services Manager/Project Manager and Production Coordinator at Runbeck Election Services.  He manages the production of election ballots and related official election material.  He claims he handles high pressure deadlines and high volume production.

Mr. Runbeck also made 50 separate donations to Act Blue, Biden for President and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee between August 15 and October 30, 2020.

And now thanks to a TGP reader, we know that Runbeck partnered with DOMINION VOTING SYSTEMS to provide mail-in ballots for the June primary in GA.

Over 1 Million Georgia Voters Received Absentee Ballots for the June Primary

Over one million absentee ballots distributed to GA

NOTE that the BAR CODE is missing from these ballots. This is important because as IT specialist Javon Pulitzer noted in testimony earlier this week, the Fulton County ballots in the general election for GOP precincts included a barcode while the ballots in Democrat districts did not include the barcode.

The ballots were printed differently depending on the political leanings of the precincts.


They have special equipment designed just for that purpose:

“And there it was: a Winkler+Dünnebier BB700-S2 inserter, the thing without which nothing else works. It was 20 feet long and L-shaped, tended by four women in T-shirts. A commercial-grade printer can produce 50,000 ballots an hour, but the process of putting them into envelopes is slower, more intricate. About 14,000 packaged ballots come off the inserter every hour. On the side closest to us, bright-yellow envelopes, stacked in a clear plastic chute, were being sucked down onto a belt with the speed and rhythm of a superfast blackjack dealer. A camera scanned the barcode on the envelope, which was linked to a specific voter-registration file. The computer looked at the file and told the inserter what to put in the envelope, and, like a car chassis traveling the assembly line getting doors and windows and wheels, the envelope traveled down the inserter getting what it needed: the right ballot for the right party for the right election, directions to the right polling place, an instruction sheet for the local races. Octavia Morales, Sacramento County, Republican, Precinct 13453.”

This is MORE evidence that these are fraudulent ballots, meant to be filled out by nefarious actors.

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