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Nation's Largest Voting Machine Co., ESS, Admits Lying Re Having Installed Remote Control
by Recycled Paper Trail
Wednesday Jul 18th, 2018 11:32 AM
Elecion Systems And Software controls statewide voting machine systems in 18 states, 13 of which are GOP dominated.
Election Systems and Software has been forced to admit that it added remote control software and modems to its voting machines, allowing them to be count-manipulated offsite. In the past ESS lied about this. This remote control software was sold in the last 6 years.

ESS installed statewide voting systems in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, and West Virginia.. Republicans & nonAmericans offsite are in a position to manipulate the voting numbers. 13 of the above 18 states were states in which it was alleged that Trump won.

Because of its easily hackable machines and the bad press associated with them, Diebold sold its voting machine business to Election Systems and Software which also has a corrupt management. Its statewide systems are primarily in GOP dominated states..

It is imperative that the remote access software be removed and recycled paper trail be added

"ES&S is a subsidiary of McCarthy Group, LLC. In 2014, ES&S was the largest manufacturer of voting machines in the United States, claiming customers in 4,500 localities in 42 states and two U.S. territories.
In 2014, ES&S claimed that "in the past decade alone," it had installed more than 260,000 voting systems, more than 15,000 electronic poll books, provided services to more than 75,000 elections. ES&S claims a U.S. market share of more than 60 percent in customer voting system installations. It claims 60% of the market."

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