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“Dominion Voting Systems” Destroyed in Ohio Thanks to Trump Forces

We owe a debt of gratitude to a group of Trump supporters who formed the “Look Ahead America” SuperPac and went around Stark County, Ohio, educating the good people about “Dominion Voting Systems” and convincing them to reject a major deal with the voting business.

Look Ahead America is a right-wing activist organization founded by former Trump campaign staffers with the mission of “registering, educating, and enfranchising disenfranchised citizens.”

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They also ran a campaign against “Dominion.”

They successfully persuaded the public in Stark County, Ohio, to condemn the procurement of new Dominion machines.

The grassroots group praised Stark County’s rejection of a contract with “Dominion” to buy 1400 voting machines as “another win against ‘black box’ voting devices,” in which “both the software and hardware are proprietary, and the code that powers them is not subject to public inspection.”

“Public hearings on the risks of black box voting equipment and the advantages of open-source alternatives for restoring confidence in election transparency, reducing prices, and growing local jobs are the next steps for Stark County,” LAA Executive Director Matt Braynard said.

Adapted from the Washington Examiner


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Following the 2020 general election, former President Donald Trump and his supporters alleged that Dominion computers tampered with votes amid audits and recounts in many states and counties where the system was used, charges that the corporation has refuted and the courts have flatly rejected.

Still, the impact of their anti-technology campaign appears to be taking shape, as the Stark County Commissioners voted on Wednesday to go ahead with a $6.45 million equipment order from the manufacturer to replace its old hardware, which would be partly subsidized by the state and trade-in value, despite a recommendation from the county’s board of elections.

In February, Commissioner Bill Smith said that constituents’ concerns about buying new Dominion machines “far surpassed any response any of us has received on any subject that has come before our board.”

The procurement of Dominion equipment was overwhelmingly opposed by Smith, Janet Weir Creighton, and Richard Regula, all Republicans.

Following the 2020 general election, former President Donald Trump and his supporters alleged that Dominion computers tampered with votes amid audits and recounts in many states and counties where the system was used, charges that the corporation has refuted and the courts have flatly rejected.

Still, the impact of their anti-technology campaign appears to be taking shape, as the Stark County Commissioners voted on Wednesday to go ahead with a $6.45 million equipment order from the manufacturer to replace its old hardware, which would be partly subsidized by the state and trade-in value, despite a recommendation from the county’s board of elections.

In February, Commissioner Bill Smith said that constituents’ concerns about buying new Dominion machines “far surpassed any response any of us has received on any subject that has come before our board.” The procurement of Dominion equipment was overwhelmingly opposed by Smith, Janet Weir Creighton, and Richard Regula, all Republicans.

 

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Margaret Taylor

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