A Bernie Landslide in CA Humboldt County (Open Source Voting Tabulation System)
July 2, 2016
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Democratic Primaries spread sheet
From TDMS Research: Democratic 2016 primaries
In California there is just ONE county which uses an Open Source System to count votes. Could that be why Bernie had 71% of the 2-party vote in Humboldt County? It was his highest vote share in ALL 58 counties! The system is a deterrent to fraud.
View the 58 California counties: Election Day and post-Election Day votes.
The Humboldt Open Source (TEVS) tabulation system was pioneered in 2006 by Mitch Trachtenberg, a computer programmer, together with Carolyn Crnich, registrar of Humboldt County and Kevin Collins, election integrity activist. The election showed significant problems in the Diebold system they were using in counting votes.
As result of these problems, Diebold abruptly severed its business relationship with Humboldt. Carolyn then switched to another voting company, Hart InterCivic, but kept the TEVS system functioning.
TEVS is the ONLY OPEN SOURCE, TRANSPARENT SYSTEM FOR COUNTING VOTES IN THE UNITED STATES It is being used as a recounting system to double-check the vote-counting of the Hart InterCivic system which has been performing well, unlike the Diebold system which was used previously.
At the time she introduced TEVS, Carolyn purchased a high speed scanner that could operate independently of any voting machine to tabulate the votes using TEVS.
Confirmation of Greg Palast: Bernie won CA by at least 100,000 votes.