In Spring 2022 Rick Weible mentioned there was a need for local government oversight, accountability, and transparency.
Along with other signals and signs delivered, I’ve lately taken that to heart having been reminded that without proper elections, our government cannot work.
That’s why for the foreseeable future I’m dedicating almost all my work time toward sharing everything I’m learning (and have learned during the last 18 months) on this topic with you, the readers.
My hope is that you will look back on these posts in the months ahead realizing that you are gradually becoming equipped, taking action, and being inspired by the stories of your neighbors here in Minnesota.
That said, you are readers in 21 states and 10 countries, even though I’m focused on the Minnesota election process, law, and electronic systems. And I’m thankful to all of you and for your consistent sharing of these articles and to all those who monetarily support this work, all of which goes back into operations.
Next week’s posts will focus on:
- an update on cast vote records (in Minnesota and nationally) and why they matter (and how to get them)
- a review of Minnesota election related lawsuits in 2022 and 2023
- casting a vision for Project Minnesota
- a medium-length write-up on the SD50 convention
- take a first attempt at a podcast episode
If you missed any posts from this past week, they are all linked below. I traveled to Anoka County to a county commissioner board meeting as well as down the road in Hennepin County for the Senate District 50 Republican convention, where while observing the vote tallying and recording I noticed a big mistake…
This week’s posts:
A Live Audit of SD50 Hand Count
Otter Tail: Why Won't They Let the Delegates Sit?
How to Get CVRs - Who is the Responsible Authority?
Anoka Residents Share Research with Commissioners
This Year We Prioritize Integrity