The top 5 unanswered questions

November 16, 2012 

The most important question is why don’t we know the answer to these questions today.

WHO was responsible for planning and implementing the election process? What does that plan say?

HOW many machines were at each of the 124 precincts? What was the allocation plan based on?

WHY did machines at precincts not work? How many didn’t work and where were they?

HOW many emergency machines were deployed and where? Which precincts received emergency technicians’ help?

HOW did two styles of paper absentee ballots get printed?

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