You’ve posted this before. It was pulled due to being from 2014. And you now post it again.
I was unaware this information had been verified as fraudulent or posted and pulled. If voter equipment is NOT malfunctioning GREAT!
The potential for voter fraud this election concerns me greatly. I have read reports that voting machines are recasting ballots from Trump to Clinton. Perhaps, the fraud of previous elections will reoccur in 2016 recasting relevance of this thread? i.e.
“As Americans, we want our elections to be fair and transparent. We want to know that when a candidate gets most of the votes, she, he, or they are the person who will be take office. It would hurt us to our core if our right to choose the ones that represent us were violated.
With this in mind, are the outcomes of the 2016 Democratic Party nomination contest completely legitimate? A number of anecdotal and journalistic accounts suggest that this is not the case.
Together with Axel Geijsel, from Tilburg University (The Netherlands), we reasoned that, if anyone were to have rigged the elections, it would be most evident by comparing the outcomes of states wherein it is possible to check the legitimacy of the placed votes to the states that cannot provide this evidence. For example, California offers a small receipt that is torn off from the voting ballot, while certain other states do not.
What we found is that, on average, states that do not have paper trails were won by Secretary Clinton at a rate of about 65%. In contrast, in the states that do have a paper trail, the Secretary won at a rate of about 49%. These differences were statistically significant.”
Axel Geijsel Tilburg University, Netherlands. Rodolfo Cortes Barragan Stanford University, U.S.A. “Are we witnessing a dishonest election? A between state comparison based on the used voting procedures of the 2016 Democratic Party Primary for the Presidency of the United States of America” June 7, 2016. https://www.scribd.com/doc/315120550/Geijsel-CortesBarragan-2016-a-Dishonest-Election
However, Mea culpa if I have given any offense.