ALL Americans HAVE A RIGHT to a verifiable and transparent vote count
ALL Americans HAVE A RIGHT to a verifiable and transparent count in line with THREE standing Supreme Court decisions.
One of those US Supreme Court decisions, Westbury v. Sanders, 1964, stated that all other rights, even the most basic, are illusory if the right to vote is undermined.
The other two relevant US Supreme Court decisions, namely, US v Mosley (1915) and Reynolds v Sims (1964) say that our right to vote consists of two parts:
a) the right to cast a ballot;
b) the right to KNOW that our vote has been counted accurately.
“In 2012, Watch The Vote and Caucus attendee Edward True proved that the Iowa GOP announced the wrong winner on Caucus night. It took over 2 weeks after Mitt Romney was declared the winner of the Iowa Caucuses for Edward True and Watch The Vote 2012 to finally force the Iowa GOP to officially change the winner to Rick Santorum. Condit insists on emphasizing that the local people do an honest job at the 1600+ Iowa caucuses. It is at the Iowa GOP state headquarters that the numbers are changed…”