Windham Officials to Choose “Windham Incident” FORENSIC AUDITOR in SECRET!


Guest article by the reporter Ken Eyring at Granite Grok

When the integrity of NH elections is questioned, no compromise should be made on transparency in seeking answers. None. Election integrity issues should be resolved in an open, public process that can be observed by all.

Unfortunately, the Windham Board of Selectmen doesn’t seem to agree.

I do not make this statement lightly, because I know each of the selectmen personally. Most people would be silent, but I believe it is irresponsible to do so.

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Especially since similar concerns have been ignored by officials in other states, where a lot of gimmicks took place in the November parliamentary elections. “Anomalies” and “malfunctions” were words some used to describe what others (with affidavits) called fraudulent activity.

What is more unacceptable is the process of selecting the forensic analysts to perform the forensic audits on Windham’s ballot papers and machines.

Three forensic analysts have to be selected: one jointly by the NH AG and the Foreign Minister (SOS); one of the Windham Selectmen; and the third of the first two selected analysts. Each of these governing bodies has a conflict of interest: The AG office refused to conduct a meaningful investigation. The SOS office monitored the recount that led to the massive discrepancy. and three of the five Windham Selectman oversaw the November 3, 2020 general election. Most disturbing … one Selectman was decidedly against a forensic exam from day one – yet he will assist in the selection of a forensic examiner.

Juror standards should be applied for the forensic analyst selection process – but not. Anyone who perceives a conflict of interest should be kept at a distance – but it is not.

In addition, each forensic analyst is given a short period of 5 minutes to introduce themselves to the selectmen, their skills and their experiences. This is an impossible task! It’s a ridiculous, fleeting process that has aroused serious suspicion on the part of many I’ve spoken to. It doesn’t restore confidence.

In fact, many are angry and compare what happens to the shenanigans in other parts of the country in November; B. when Resident of Windham and Corey Lewandowski, Trump 2020 Senior Campaign Advisor was locked out of the Philadelphia Convention Center to prevent him from meaningfully observing the counting of ballots – even though he had a court order in hand. Lewandowski will be there tonight. I wonder how his concerns are being received by the selectmen.

I’ve spoken to many interested forensic analysts over the past two months. Despite my technical background as a software and systems designer, it took hundreds of hours, research, and due diligence to determine which candidates were qualified. It took some time to discover Some had conflicts of interest – and that these companies should NEVER are allowed to approach our machines.

Most worryingly, the selectmen secretly select a forensic analyst behind closed doors – while discussing and reviewing publicly available information … some of which is partisan rhetoric that deliberately slander and unfairly belittle some of the candidates – who then don’t know anything … important denied. .. Opportunities for correction.

With all due respect, and with so much at stake, this is not the way to resolve the largest recount discrepancy in NH history. This is not the way to restore public confidence and integrity in our elections. In fact, it has the opposite effect – which is why I am forced to write this awkward post.

I hope that at today’s meeting, the Windham Selectmen will rethink their entire selection process.

Members of the public should consider attending in person. The meeting will take place at 19 o’clock In the Windham High School, 64 London Bridge Rd, Windham, NH. 03087.

Please take a few minutes and respectful Let the selectmen know how you are feeling. They can be sent by email to: [email protected].



Robert Dunfee