Because wading through oceans of paper isn’t always pure bliss, I’ve read the opening to the Mesa County, Colorado Voting Systems Report #3, Election Database and Data Process Analysis and put that audio on top of the opening soundtrack composed by Howard Shore to the The Fellowship of the Ring, a movie based upon perhaps my favorite book. (Certainly my favorite childhood book.)
As the words wash over you, perhaps you will see not all the way through the fog, but at least find a way into the murky subterranean layers of the election machines and software which were before now not visible to those who had not designed them. Thanks are sent to Tina Peters as well as Jeffrey O’Donnell and Dr. Daugherity.
Here is the full report (pdf, 88 pages).
This report is relevant to Minnesota because several counties also use Dominion software and hardware. Other Minnesota counties use ES&S or Hart systems, which similarly could have been affected in the same manner without the knowledge of election officials or election judges.
If this is useful, I will read more reports like these. And if necessary, I will walk all the way to Mordor with you to dispatch the machines into the fires of Mount Doom (from whence they came)—if indeed a companion on that journey is what you desire.
Here is the full report (pdf, 88 pages) by Jeffrey O’Donnell and Dr. Daugherity