It's Imperative that we Document Our Votes. It's been said Hillary Clinton will commit Election Fraud by manipulating our votes in swing states, and possibly other states.
Election fraud can be accomplished by manipulating data on Diebold and other computerized voting machines connected to the net.
Roughly 70 percent of states in the U.S. use some form of electronic voting. Hackers told CBS News that problems with electronic voting machines have been around for years. The machines and the software are old and antiquated. But now with millions heading to the polls in three months, security experts are sounding the alarm, reports CBS News correspondent Mireya Villarreal.
At the end of the climactic scene (8 minutes) in HBO’s Emmy nominated Hacking Democracy (2006), a Leon County, Florida Election official breaks down in tears. “There are people out there who are giving their lives just to try to make our elections secure,” she says. “And these vendors are lying and saying everything is alright.” Hundreds of jurisdictions throughout the United States are using voting machines or vote tabulators that have flunked security tests. Those jurisdictions by and large are where former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is substantially outperforming the first full wave of exit polling in her contest against Senator Bernie Sanders.
The best thing we as voters can do is Document Our Votes! Get out our smartphones and snap a photo of our ballot or computer display. If the crap hits the fan on November 9th we have proof who we voted for.
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From what i have read and researched, it might be illegal to photograph or video record inside the polling place. Outside the polling place should be fair game.
Even YouTube urges voters to upload video from polling places, though they must mean outside the polling place. This link is from 2008: https://googleblog.blogspot.com/2008/10/video-your-vote-on-election-day.html
This data is from 2012 and should be assumed to be out of date. However there are links to individual states and reference voting laws in that particular state: http://www.....-your-vote
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