Scytl currently has contracts with 900 U.S. jurisdictions to count votes

By  | Conservative Examiner
In a follow up investigation to an earlier report today concerning the outsourcing of vote tabulations for the Nov. 2012 elections in the U.S., this reporter has learned that SCYTL, a Spanish corporation run by a major Obama contributor, has contracted with 900 local jurisdictions in over 14 states to count the votes in the Presidential election.

According to SCYTL’s website, the company’s software will be used to report election results in the state of Arkansas along with 13 other states:

“Scytl’s election management subsidiary, SOE Software, has recently been selected by the Arkansas Secretary of State’s Division of Elections to provide its Clarity ENR solution and enhance the State’s web presentation of Election Night Results. With this selection, Arkansas will join over 800 Election jurisdictions in 13 states that leverage the industry leading election results solution.  Clarity ENR presents results data graphically through the utilization of maps, bar charts, totals and downloadable reports. Ballot contest and/or issue information may be presented at the state and county level with granular detail provided down to a specific voting precinct. The solution will empower every web visitor with access to user friendly presentation of voting data to include contest details, status of counties / precincts reporting, voter turnout, vote type summaries and more.”

In addition, SCYTL has contracted with the state of Virginia to develop new technology that will be used to tabulate absentee and military votes.

And in February of this year the state of Connecticut awarded to SCYTL a contract to conduct online poll worker training.

Among the states so far that have contracted with the company are Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Arkansas, Connecticut, Washington, Virginia, and West Virginia. The state of New York has contracted with the company to do its overseas vote tabulations.

During the 2010 midterm elections, SCYTL ‘modernized’ the electoral process in 14 states:

During the midterm elections in November 2010, SCYTL successfully carried out electoral modernization projects in 14 States. The company boasted that  a “great variety” of SCYTL’s technologies were involved in these projects, including an online platform for the delivery of blank ballots to overseas voters, an Internet voting platform and e-pollbook software to manage the electoral roll at the polling stations.

The states that used SCYTL’s technologies during the Midterms were New York, Texas, Washington, California, Florida, Alabama, Missouri, Indiana, Kansas, Mississippi, New Mexico, Nebraska, West Virginia and Washington DC.

SCYTL technology was the subject of controversy in South Carolina during its 2012 Republican primary. The Ron Paul campaign charged that there were major problems with the process of vote tabulation implemented by local elections officials who had been trained to use the SCYTL platform. There were also reports of numerous technical failures on the part of electronic voting machines.

Bev Harris, an elections and voter fraud expert, wrote that the manner in which SCYTL reports election results are very hard to monitor for fraud. According to Harris, a citizen observer would have to be present at the time the polls close to capture evidence of precinct results. Otherwise there is no way to compare the numbers.

Harris’ online vote watch venture, BlackBoxVoting, contains a disturbingly lengthy list of an assortment of problems associated with elections and voter fraud in the U.S., including widespread evidence that government officials can now see exactly how an individual citizen voted. The site also delineates how state and local elections officials in certain states routinely mislead the public and outright violate the law.

In the South Carolina case, results were tabulated privately, which is against state law. The state requires that the vote count be done openly, in public. But in order to make sure that the SCYTL machines report the accurate numbers, observers must actually see the physical evidence of the vote before the information is entered into the database.

Such a requirement may be difficult if not impossible to implement, since many states no longer require a paper backup to electronic votes.

South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson sent an official letter to the U.S. Department of Justice to delineate potential fraud in the voting process in the state. Over 900 people who supposedly cast ballots were found later to be deceased.

The fact that each state uses its own system and operates according to its own laws would prevent a nationwide scheme to tamper with the 2012 vote. It is therefore impossible under the current system for the Obama Administration, for example, to implement a vote counting system for every precinct in America, although there are government officials who have made it known that they wish to mandate a uniform voting system that would be used in every state. At present, however, the various states and precincts are not capable of such a thing due to economic issues and other logistics.

But the fact that the SCYTL system is being used in 900 voting jurisdictions in the U.S. means that the potential for widespread vote tampering, even enough to skew the November election, does in fact exist. 

According to one political activist who recently presented evidence to a Congressman concerning these issues, the only way for citizens to get something done about preventing potential massive vote fraud in 2012 is to volunteer to be a poll watcher, become a precinct worker, and send the information contained in this article to every local, state, and national politician, along with phone calls and emails to Congressmen, Senators, and state legislators to request investigations.

Source:  Examiner.com
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A side note from Sarah:
I have had several readers ask me what we can do to try and stop this company from gaining control of our election process.
First of all, share this information with family and friends.  Then contact your elected officials ESPECIALLY if you are a citizen in one of the states listed above and find out if your jurisdiction is currently using the Scytl electronic voting system.  Let your elected officials know about the information uncovered about this company and the potential dangers that may occur if this system was put into place in your area.
Please note that several websites are claiming a link between Scytl and George Soros.  I have NOT found a link between the two.  I don’t understand why people cannot report things simply on facts alone.
We have to speak up now!!!
“Fail to prepare, prepare to fail.” – Benjamin Franklin
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17 thoughts on “Scytl currently has contracts with 900 U.S. jurisdictions to count votes

  1. Um, back in November, 2000, I went to DC with a written proposal called ‘The Uniform Voting Act’ where I said we should set up a commission to find out which voting system is the safest and least likely to be tampered with and then impose it on the entire nation so all elections will be the same and have the same laws and rules.

    I went to every Senator with this proposal and they said it was a great idea. On the way home from DC, I heard NPR talk about my visit and several Senators openly praised my proposal.

    Then…IT DIED!!!

    The Supreme Court in December that year basically said, due to the wildly different voting systems, we can’t count votes BUT they also added, no one could sue the government to fix that problem!!!!

    For I told everyone in November, I was going to sue if the Supreme Court would let me. Today, we are f**ked big time thanks to all this.

    http://emsnews.wordpress.com

    • Can you think of anything that we can do? Should we volunteer at the voting polls? What do you suggest? Thank you for your efforts.

  2. Ok, let’s start with this quote from the article above:
    “In the South Carolina case, results were tabulated privately, which is against state law. The state requires that the vote count be done openly, in public. But in order to make sure that the SCYTL machines report the accurate numbers, observers must actually see the physical evidence of the vote before the information is entered into the database.”

    I don’t know how the votes were counted but I do know that Scytl does not have vote counting machines (HART, ES&S, Diebold etc. do) Yes, Scytl owns SOE but SOE provides a software product that graphically shows how the votes came out, it does not count the vote. If you understand the product you know that the various party election employees have to input the numbers into the software and can immediately see that the numbers and graphics are correct. If you don’t trust the party election employees just say so but don’t pick on the poor dumb software that makes it pretty for the TV and newspapers. BTW, a primary is really a private election run by a party (in this case the Republicans) so if they want to count the votes in private they can.

    “South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson sent an official letter to the U.S. Department of Justice to delineate potential fraud in the voting process in the state. Over 900 people who supposedly cast ballots were found later to be deceased.”

    Another quote from the article. Really, dead? OK, the software didn’t do this stupid thing the party election officials did. So why don’t you start accusing the Republican Party of massive voter fraud. Why conflate that with SOE which again just reports the results fed into the software by the election officials?

    And then finally:
    “In a follow up investigation to an earlier report today concerning the outsourcing of vote tabulations for the Nov. 2012 elections in the U.S., this reporter has learned that SCYTL, a Spanish corporation run by a major Obama contributor, has contracted with 900 local jurisdictions in over 14 states to count the votes in the Presidential election.”

    What are you talking about? Who is the major Obama contributor? If you mean the CEO, say so. BTW, no one from Scytl could give a dime to Obama since none of them, as I think you point out, are american citizens. Therefore they can not give to Obama’s campaign (that would be illegal), I think we all know that they know that as well as the campaign knows that. If you are talking about SOE let us all know who that person is. I think you will come up empty there also.

    OK, the phrase, “count the votes in the Presidential election” is just plain ludicrous. Local election officials count the votes (once again using machines by HART, ES&S, Diebold etc.) not Scytl.

    So, let’s recap. Scytl delivers ballots to overseas voters (who then print them and mail them back to their precincts) and SOE (owned by Scytl) has a nifty piece of software that makes votes totals look all cool and colorful for TV and Newspapers etc. Neither one COUNTS votes. That is the job of local election officials and if you don’t trust your local officials just say so and stop all this blather about “foreign” companies.

    Also it would be a good idea to school up on how elections are really run.

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    • Well now that snopes said no worries I’m feeling much better. Ow wait, does snopes admit its connection to Soros? Of course I can just check them against Factcheck.org oh wait, Soros again.

      • I suspected Snopes as having a decidedly liberal-bent a long time ago, so I researched THEM…Debunked numerous times and they always downplay anything that goes against Dem Party lines.

        • Yep. There are literally hundreds of lessor known interconnected Soros entities working to Collapse America. He is an enemy of the state and should be removed along with his entire cancerous cabal. Our founders understood that freedom was not freedom to be seditious.

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