From <[email protected]>
Subject Election Software Project Briefing
Date November 11, 2020 12:38 AM
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** Briefing:
How to Protect the Vote - Election Software Project progress report
Wednesday November 11
at 5 pm PST, 6 pm MST, 7 pm CST, and 8pm EST.

Dear Friends,

You are cordially invited to attend a briefing by the Election Software Project of
the Columbus Institute for Contemporary Journalism on
Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 7 pm CST.
Please use this link to register for the event:
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The first preliminary results and charts comparing the unadjusted exit poll data to the unofficial results reported as of Thursday morning, Nov. 5, became available just before the Thursday evening event. The preliminary results as of Thursday evening indicated (as did the 2016 unadjusted exit poll) that some person or group who wanted Donald Trump to win, may have tampered with the results.

The briefing topics will include:
* The latest analysis of whether the charts comparing the unadjusted exit poll and the unofficial results indicate possible tampering with the Presidential results.
* The Project’s efforts to protect the expected Presidential recounts in GA and WI.
* The Project’s efforts to protect runoff elections in January for two U.S. Senate seats in GA the results of which could determine control of the U.S. Senate.
* The Project remains ready to go to Court in the Battleground States where electors have that right.

How can you participate?

Share: We will let you know when the comparison charts are posted. Make them go viral. Tell your friends. The people have the right to know what light the unadjusted exit polls cast on the so far unofficial results.

Donate: The work doesn't stop. Regardless of the outcome on November 3, our Election system is ill. The system requires treatment so that polls are secure and the votes can be reviewed and trusted.

Co-Host: Join us for our second Post-Election event on Wednesday November 11 at 7:00 p.m. CST: Invite your friends as we discuss the election, the data, and the crucial next steps to protect our elections against software tampering and other threats.

To join us on Wednesday, November 11, click this link to register:

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Registration problems? Contact Denise Wilson at [email protected] (mailto:[email protected]) if you have any questions about registration or do not receive a confirmation email within a few hours of registering.

Let's do this together,
Peter, Denise, Marji, and Skip

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