HUGE EXCLUSIVE: Windham, NH Audit Results Show Ample Evidence that Voting Machines Favored Democrats, Are Not Reliable and Cannot be Trusted

Dr. David Strang M.D., is the Belknap County Republican Committee State Committee Member, with the New Hampshire GOP.
On Sunday Dr. Strang examined the latest results coming from the Windham, New Hampshire elections audit.  He was stunned with the results and wrote up an analysis out for The Gateway Pundit.
Dr. Strang told The Gateway Pundit that there were at least two other towns that had voting machines, similar to Machine #2 in Windham, that showed Democrat favoritism.  According to Dr. Strang these voting machines were always the machines that were fed the most ballots in these communities.  So this is a repetitive peculiarity that we are seeing.
Dr. Strang believes the state has a huge problem on its hands.  The totals from the Windham machines cannot be replicated.  Only the hand recounts are reliable.  And the machines are shorting Republicans in Windham at a greater rate than Democrat candidates.
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Via Dr. Strang:

I have looked at the actual machine tapes from the audit and the numbers are WORSE than what Ken Eyring reported on his chart that you featured in this morning’s post.

Here is my take:

Winning an election shouldn’t depend on your supporters inserting their ballots into the “right” machine, but rather, any machine, as they should all count ballots the same.  Well, that’s not what happened on Nov. 3rd in Windham. NH.
The numbers coming from the legislatively-ordered audit in that NH town confirm what the concerned citizens of NH have claimed all along.  Our machines are not accurate and cannot be trusted to accurately count our votes.  
This past week, all of the machine countable ballots were run through each of the 4 Accuvote OSX vote-counting machines owned by the Town of Windham.  If you were a Democrat running for the NH House of Reps, your count was pretty much the same regardless of which machine counted your votes.  One of the four Democrats had only a 2 vote difference across the 4 machines, out of
nearly 10,000 votes cast.  The second had a 4 vote difference, the third 5 votes and the 4th candidate, Kristi St. Laurent, had a difference of 18 votes across the 4 machines.  Eighteen votes seems like a lot when comparing mechanical tallies, but it’s nothing when you look at the Republican results.

An audit tape from Windham , New Hampshire

If the election had been held this past week, when the audit retallied these votes, then Rep. Robert Lynn would have received 4902 votes if all of the machine-readable ballots had been fed thru machine #2.  But if fed into machine 3, he would have received an additional 136 votes for an increase of 2.77%!  We know from the Town’s printout of Nov. 3rd, that Rep. Lynn was credited with only 4757 machine-readable votes, yet another deviation, accounting for another 281 vote discrepancy.

In fact, when the ballots were fed through all four machines this past week, Machine #2 reliably and repeatedly shorted each of these 4 Republican candidates 136 votes (Lynn), 54 (McMahon), 53 (Soti) and 53 votes (Griffin)  compared to the results from the other machines.  These audit-repeated machine counts are also different from those machine-generated counts on Nov. 3rd by 281 votes (Lynn), 274 (Soti), 276 (McMahon), and 279 votes (Griffin).

We already know that other towns have their own version of “machine two,” so this does not appear to be a Windham-only problem.

The fact that these machines do not agree with each other and have such a wide variation amongst the four just for the repeat audit machine count alone, means that the hand recount totals from Nov. 12th are likely to be the only accurate tally.  If so, then we will have evidence that the audit machine count does not agree with the Nov. 3rd machine count, nor does it agree with the Nov.12th hand count, which is about to be repeated this week.

Then we will see if this machine error extends to a statewide Federal race (US Senate) and a statewide non-Federal race (Governor) as well, as both of these races are scheduled to be hand-counted this week as part of the audit.

Regardless of what those two additional hand counts show this week, we already have ample evidence that our machines are NOT reliable, and it is time for NH to say good-bye to machine-generated counting.

David Strang

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