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Ohio Pro-Trumpers Won Against Dominion Voting Systems!

Finally – some good news in this field of the battle against those devious Liberals!

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At the very beginning of this article, I want to express my personal tremendous gratitude towards the ladies and gentleman that made this possible.

THANKS, FELLOW AMERICANS!

“Look Ahead America”, a SuperPac was started in Ohio. They devoted themselves to show the real face of Dominion Voting Systems to the good people in their country, convincing them to reject another huge business deal with the company.

And according to their personal description of what they do, they are far more from a SuperPac.

“Look Ahead America, is a right-wing grassroots group made up of former Trump campaign staffers and their goal is to “register, educate, and enfranchise disaffected citizens.”

The Washington Examiner also covered the story with some more juicy and accurate details. Read it here:

Following the 2020 general election, former President Donald Trump and his allies claimed Dominion machines altered votes despite audits and recounts in several states and counties that used the technology, allegations which have been denied by the company and roundly rejected by the courts.

Still, the effect of their campaign against the technology appears to be taking tangible form, as the Board of Stark County Commissioners voted on Wednesday to go through with a $6.45 million equipment order to replace its old hardware from the vendor, which would be partially covered by the state and trade-in value, rejecting a recommendation by the county’s board of elections.

Constituents voicing issues with purchasing new Dominion machines “far exceeded the response any of us have received on any topic to come before our board,” Commissioner Bill Smith said in February. Smith, along with Commissioners Janet Weir Creighton and Richard Regula, all Republicans, unanimously rejected the purchase of Dominion equipment.

Following the 2020 general election, former President Donald Trump and his allies claimed Dominion machines altered votes despite audits and recounts in several states and counties that used the technology, allegations which have been denied by the company and roundly rejected by the courts.

Still, the effect of their campaign against the technology appears to be taking tangible form, as the Board of Stark County Commissioners voted on Wednesday to go through with a $6.45 million equipment order to replace its old hardware from the vendor, which would be partially covered by the state and trade-in value, rejecting a recommendation by the county’s board of elections.

Constituents voicing issues with purchasing new Dominion machines “far exceeded the response any of us have received on any topic to come before our board,” Commissioner Bill Smith said in February. Smith, along with Commissioners Janet Weir Creighton and Richard Regula, all Republicans, unanimously rejected the purchase of Dominion equipment.”

Feel like this is the first victory in the battle, which will make a turnout of events?

Source
washingtonexaminer.comwaynedupree.com

Ava Garcia

A small town girl, dreaming big, expecting to change the world with presenting the truthful events of the world today. Law degree with a master in criminology, and a devoted journalist for over 7 years, and counting. "The pen is mightier than the sword."

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