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Let's Work Together to Prevent Voter Fraud

To be WOKE is to be in a dream state. To be AWAKE is to be conscious and ready for CHANGE. Wake Patriot is a company that supports grassroots organization and action to restore trust in our local governments and election processes. We are working alongside activists like Mike LindellGrassroots for America, and Ordros.com to expose voter fraud and voting corruption.

What Are Cast Vote Records?

The Cast Vote Records are the clearest indicators for identifying machine-based election fraud; however, federal protections for these records under Title 52 Section 20701 are scheduled to come to an end on September 3, 2022, allowing a legal destruction of voter records.

According to LawInsider.com, "a Cast vote record or 'CVR' means the aggregated ballot-level data on ballots counted, consisting of a single record for each ballot tabulated, showing the manner in which the voting system interpreted and tabulated the voter’s markings on the ballot, as adjudicated and resolved by election judges, if applicable. Cast vote record means the audit tool’s interpretation of the votes cast on a rescanned ballot."

Simply put, a CVR is an electronic record of a voter's ballot selections from devices like ballot scanners that provide a reliable, efficient way to count (and prove) election results. CVRs have become one of the most useful and readily available forms of election record keeping in the U.S., and have been used across states and counties to identify election fraud.

Prevent Our Voting Records From Being Destroyed!

Review & download the Cast Vote Records e-book for instant access to local cast votes, or visit ordros.com/cvr to download state Cast Vote Record receipts from the national repository. This information is collected by Ordros Analytics, LLC, a company that uses cutting-edge forensic and analytical research to assist grassroots election integrity for the United States and safeguard future elections from voting crimes.

How You Can Fight Voter Fraud

  1. Go to ordros.com/cvr, and click on the text link for your state.
  2. Once you are in your State's page, look to see if an election file is available for your town or county. If it is missing, take action by submitting a Public Records Request for the 2020 election (or any subsequent election).
    If your county uses Dominion Voting Systems, this request will go to your county's Election Superintendent, Custodian of Records, or County Clerk. They may have a CVR request form already, or information on how to email a request; however, the following details will help you get started:

Sample CVR request letter for Dominion Voting Systems (via snail mail or email):

Dear [name of election superintendent, custodian of records, or county clerk],

This request is for information from the general election held on November 3, 2020 [or date of subsequent election].

I am requesting a text, comma, or tab-delimited file, or a text-based report, listing, in the sequence processed by the county, every ballot, its sequential id, its timestamp, its method of voting (for example: in-person, mail-in, provisional, absentee), the specific votes contained for all races, and the batch ID and tabulator ID. 

To be clear, I am NOT requesting a summary report of votes. I am requesting a per-ballot report, sometimes known as a "Cast Vote Record," "Ballot Log," or "Summary of Ballots." If the data exists as multiple files (by batch or precinct), you do not need to aggregate the files. I specifically do NOT want any information that identifies a specific voter. I guarantee and stipulate that this information will not be used for that purpose.

A report of this type would have very likely already been created when [your county] County audited their election results. If not, you can refer to the instructions outlined in Chapter 14 of the Dominion User Guide.

I would prefer the files in .JSON format. There should be 16 separate files with extension .JSON, unless you choose to export separate files per batch. If that is not possible, the tabular format (CSV) format is acceptable.

I am hopeful that there is someone with the county Elections Commission or Board of Elections who will be able to generate the CRV report. This request is for educational purposes only, and will not be intended for commercial use. I would also respectfully request that any fees be waived for this service. I would like to receive the report via email or electronic transmission; however, if the data exceeds the standard file size for sending messages, and must be copied to a USB drive, I will happily supply the necessary device to make that happen. 

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Sincerely

[Your Name]

Sample CVR request letter for ES&S Voting Systems (via snail mail or email):

For ES&S voting records, you will first want to be clear about informing the clerk of what you want. Secondly, you will need to request 2 separate reports: the CVR file and the "Ballot View Report" (also known as the "Ballot Manifest Report"). This request will be addressed to your county's Election Superintendent, Custodian of Records, or County Clerk.

Dear [name of election superintendent, custodian of records, or county clerk],

This request is for information from the general election held on November 3, 2020 [or date of subsequent election].

I am requesting a text, comma, or tab-delimited file, or a text-based report, listing, in the sequence processed by the county, every ballot, its sequential id, its timestamp, its method of voting (for example: in-person, mail-in, provisional, absentee), the specific votes contained for all races, and the batch ID and tabulator ID. 

To be clear, I am NOT requesting a summary report of votes. I am requesting a per-ballot report, sometimes known as a "Cast Vote Record," "Ballot Log," or "Summary of Ballots." If the data exists as multiple files (by batch or precinct), you do not need to aggregate the files. I specifically do NOT want any information that identifies a specific voter. I guarantee and stipulate that this information will not be used for that purpose.

A report of this type would have very likely already been created when [your county] County audited their election results. If not, you can refer to the instructions outlined in the ES&S Electionware Volume V Results User's Guide. The relevant information begins on page 37. You will need to select choices for ALL records.

I am also requesting the Ballot Manifest Report (aka the "Tabular Batch Report") for all ballots, including the tabulation of the results of the November 3, 2020 general election. This report should include the information that specifies the method by which each ballot was cast (i.e. in-person, mail, provisional, absentee, etc.).

I am hopeful that there is someone with the county Elections Commission or Board of Elections who will be able to generate the report. This request is for educational purposes only, and will not be intended for commercial use, so I respectfully request that any fees be waived for this service. I would like to receive the report via email or electronic transmission; however, if the data exceeds the standard file size for sending messages, and must be copied to a USB drive, I will happily supply the necessary device to make that happen. 

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

Sincerely

[Your Name]

You may also copy and paste the following instructions to include with your request letter:

How to Export the Cast Vote Records Report: 2 Files Required

Manufacturer: Election Systems & Software (ES&S)
Product: Electing Voting System (EVS)
EVS Version: 6.1.1.0
Electionware Software by ES&S

Instructions for Exporting CVR - File 1

  1. Open your Electionware Application
  2. Click on the "Results" box from left-side of window
  3. Choose the Desired Election
  4. Load Results of the Election chosen. Confirm that "Precinct View" is chosen
  5. Go to "Workflow > Load Results, and make sure ALL items are checked under the Precinct View window
  6. Go to Load Results window, and set Desired Output as .xlsx or .csv
  7. Click "Export"
  8. In the Cast Vote Records Export dialog box, select a destination for the CVR file, create a file name, accept the format, and click "Save"

Instructions for Exporting Ballot View Report - File 2

  1. Follow steps 1 thru 5 above
  2. Select the tab titled "Workflow," and click "Ballot Review"
  3. Check all boxes under the "Apply Filter" tab
  4. Export the "Ballot View Report"

Customize either letter sample to best suit your needs, and make a copy for your own records prior to sending. It's important that you phrase your request respectfully — and try to avoid the need to educate recipients about election fraud.

It is entirely possible that your request will be denied, but don't give up. Always try to re-submit a denied request for a reconsideration. The denial reason should cite a specific state or county statute; however, should you receive a denial letter without a cited statute, immediately request the legal documentation that justifies the response. Should you receive a denial letter that includes a cited statute as a reason, ask a lawyer to help you determine if the statute is being applied correctly, or send an email (include a copy of your denial letter) to jeff@ordros.com or draza@ordros.com for assistance drafting an appeal. 

It may take up to 5 communications to procure a CVR. If there are multiple officials in your election office, consider submitting the request to each individual.

Once you receive the CVR records, open the files and analyze them yourself, or ask someone with data analysis skills to have a look. We also recommend that you send the files to the team at Ordros.com to include in their nationwide analysis and online resource library.

Thank you in advance for taking the time to request this data. Your active pursuit helps provide valuable information, prevents record destruction when the legal retention period ends, and lets poll-stealers know that we are ON WATCH. 

Whittling down the facts of the 2020 Election may take an army of Wake Patriots, but we got this... NEVER GIVE UP, NEVER GIVE IN!

 


 

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