Election Security

VOTER VALIDATION FINGERPRINT READER, IRIS SCAN, OR TAKE A PICTURE

PURPOSE: Consider biometric scanners in voting centers.
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DHS has an Office of Biometric Identity Management (since 2013) that could (potentially) be used for the purpose of validating voting.
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I would be perfectly willing to have my fingerprint read prior to voting (or iris scanned or picture taken in the alternative). I cannot think of any reason to be adverse to this, unless you... more »

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USA Internet

A governmental program with its own unique security features that allows American citizens access to the internet in limited capacities. This would allow all citizens to vote online and apply for employment at home with many security features based off of fingerprint confirmation and facial recognition programming. I believe that this could be a prominent factor in voting security while allowing the voice of all... more »

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Security for various internet services; Security for voting; Ability to pick foreign manipulation; Ability to stop false news

There are numerous security issues on the net. Long ago, we developed Digital Certificates to ID host, domains, organizations, and even individuals.  The issue with doing individual digital certificates, is that they are NOT truly vetted. Worse, this has lead to new services such as ID.me being created who are now taking all of a persons information such as Drivers License, Passports, Military ID and storing them in their... more »

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Return to Paper Ballots

Computer experts have identified vulnerabilities to our election process when using electronic methods. Voting machines can be programmed to flip votes to a specific candidate using a few second delay so the voter is unaware this has taken place, unless the voter goes back to review their entire ballot on the machine. Even in areas where paper ballots are used, scanning machines can be programmed to fractionalize or skip... more »

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COMMUNIST ATTACKS, MANIPULATION AND RIGGING OF OUR 2020 U.S. ELECTIONS

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Origination: 2020-07-16 T09:00 UTC

Last Updated: 2020-08-15 T10:00 UTC

 

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Predicating the discussion of this subject matter, is an underlying vast fact pattern whereby communists have devastated the Globe with COVID-19 and are now escalating a broad range of other malicious activities. This article evaluates adverse communist activity... more »

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Election Security

At all polling stations, there should be one Republican, one Democrat and one Independent monitor to check each ballot to make sure it has no errors and is counted correctly. No ballot can be considered valid which has not be reviewed by the panel of three. In this way, there will be no disputes about ballots as the three must be in agreement. All three must also check voter's I.D.

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Require all polling place computers have dot gov, instead of dot com

Chris Krebs, Head of Cyber Agency, DHS, was interviewed on NPR, All Things Considered," January 26, 2020, "Why Elections Officials Aren't Taking A Simple Security Step," by Miles Parks.

It was pointed out by Miles Parks that cybersecurity firm McAfee analyzed domain names, noted that a huge majority of states' counties had the much less secure dot com domain instead of the secure dot gov domain. In Texas 95% and in... more »

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Simple, cheap and doesn't require changing anything

I live in California, the heart of voter fraud. As the Democrats control the state and won't allow the Republicans to enforce or change voter I.D. Laws the answer is simple. Post an I.C.E. Agent outside polling spots you could even just Park vehicles at most, this simple trick will scare illegal voters away and make repeat voters leary about voting under somebody else's name. If the Democrats complain they will just be... more »

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Government sponsored internet

The government should sponsor the internet for free for limited access. To apply for jobs, as most jobs are applied for on line and to vote on-line. The government has the facial recognition capabilities and could allow a 100% vote in america and could be seen as a matter of national security for there to be a mandatory 100% vote in every election, always!

Thank you,

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Stop The Steal; Dereliction of Duty

My idea is, what if DHS began securing the homeland instead of abdication of it's sworn duty? We can turn this around using simple, single step.

 

For example, current process is an placing agent raising his right hands, swearing to protect the Homeland from her enemies, including those within. That part wouldnt change, just the next part:

Current process: the agent then leaves the swearing in ceremoy, and then forgets... more »

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Stop 'Alternative' and Fake News

I recently started getting emails from something called BlabberBuzz who's clear motive is to continue to stir hatred and distrust of the current administration and Democrats in general. The same kind of non-facts that caused people to feel they had to 'take back the country' by storming the Capital. They claim to be a forum for debate, but are using this 'forum' to promote poisonous lies that pose clear and present danger... more »

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