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  • California - 55 Electoral Votes - Uses Dominion Software

    [Excerpt]

    San Francisco’s Director of Elections John Arntz touted Dominion Voting System’s hack-free security aspects:

    “There’s no way to actually hack into the system from the internet, because it will never hook up to the internet. It’s impossible. And also there’s nothing in the equipment that would receive a wireless signal, so you couldn’t hack in using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth or something like that,” said Arntz.

    How many of the congressional races in these 40 counties ended up with the unbelievably wide margins between Democrat incumbents and their Republican challengers, which California Globe reported on?

    The 6th Congressional District in Sacramento, in which Rep. Doris Matsui (D-CA) never even campaigned, is one. Matsui beat her challenger Chris Bish:
    • Doris Matsui (D) 107,316 75.9%
    • Chris Bish (R) 34,150 24.1%

    Rep. Ami Bera’s 7th Congressional District is another, and Bera had no campaign to speak of against challenger Buzz Patterson. Bera beat Patterson:
    • Ami Bera (D) 116,437 61%
    • Buzz Patterson (R) 74,436 39%

    As we reported, look at the wide margins in all of these California races – challengers didn’t even come close to the incumbents:

    2nd District
    • Jared Huffman (D) 202,135 78%
    • Dale K. Mensing (R) 56,204 22%

    3rd District
    • John Garamendi (D) 123,527 58%
    • Tamika Hamilton (R) 89,220 42%

    12th District
    • Shahid Buttar (D) 59,745 20.8%
    • Nancy Pelosi (D) 227,989 79.2%

    13th District
    • Barbara Lee (D) 160,901 91.0%
    • Nikka Piterman (R) 15,882. 9.0%

    14th District
    • Jackie Speier (D) 197,031 80.5%
    • Ran S. Petel (R) 47,635 19.5%

    15th District
    • Eric Swalwell (D) 119,572 72.8%
    • Alison Hayden (R) 44,752 27.2%

    16th District
    • Jim Costa (D) 92,921 60.5%
    • Kevin Cookingham (R) 60,695 39.5%

    17th District
    • Ro Khanna (D) 125,258 74.1%
    • Ritesh Tandon (R) 43,775 25.9%

    19th District
    • Zoe Lofgren (D) 135,927 74.1%
    • Justin James Aguilera (R) 47,511 25.9%

    20th District
    • Jimmy Panetta (D) 186,617 78.2%
    • Jeff Gorman (R) 52,132 21.8%

    24th District
    • Salud Carbajal (D) 169,061 62%
    • Andy Caldwell (R) 104,016 38%

    28th District
    • Adam B. Schiff (D) 194,417 74%
    • Eric Early (R) 68,110 26%

    30th District
    • Brad Sherman (D) 190,475 70.7%
    • Mark S. Reed (R) 79,057 29.3%

    40th District
    • Lucille Royball-Allard (D) 90,612 72.8%
    • C Antonio Delgado (R) 33,806 27.2%

    41st District
    • Mark Takano (D) 67,535 64.1%
    • Aja Smith (R) 37,777 35.9%

    43rd District
    • Maxine Waters (D) 145,866 72.5%
    • Joe Collins (R) 55,224 27.5%

    51st District
    • Juan Vargas (D) 70.1% (108,986)
    • Juan Hidalgo (R) 29.9%. (46,581)

    52nd District
    • Scott Peters (D) 63.3% (200,919)
    • Jim DeBello (R) 36.7% (116,606)

    Does California need an audit of these 40 counties which use Dominion Voting System?

    https://californiaglobe.com/section-...voting-system/

  • #2
    No, we just need to split California into 3 states: Los Angeles; San Francisco; and everyone else.

    flashguy
    [FONT=Arial]When they ask me, "Paper or plastic?" I just say, "Doesn't matter to me. I am bi-sacksual." [/FONT]

    Texan by choice, not accident of birth

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    • #3
      They stole the election.

      We all know they stole the election.

      The only remaining question is whether we're going to let them get away with it or not.

      TINWOVOWOOT. (There Is No Way Of Voting Our Way Out Of This.)
      Alle Kunst ist umsunst Wenn ein Engel auf das Zundloch brunzet (All skill is in vain if an angel pisses down the touch-hole of your musket.) Old German Folk Wisdom.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by flashguy View Post
        No, we just need to split California into 3 states: Los Angeles; San Francisco; and everyone else.

        flashguy
        The TWO Senators they have now is bad enough. NO WAY in HELL do I want to give that damn state SIX Senators!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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