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NM Audit Reveals Voting Systems Able to Create, Fill Out Ballots

'Using the Election Day database, a series of pre-marked ballots are generated based on a computer algorithm designed... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) An ongoing audit of the 2020 New Mexico elections revealed that the state’s voting systems have the capacity to create and fill out ballots, the Gateway Pundit reported.

New Mexico uses the infamous Dominion Voting Systems.

The machines apparently have the capacity to print ballots with the “correct” answers already filled in. While this is framed in Dominion’s manual as a sort of testing operation, one could imagine the ways it could be nefariously used.

“Alternatively, if allowed by your jurisdiction, use the Automated Test Deck application. This application, available from Dominion Voting, can automatically generate the appropriate test decks and expected results totals.”

Further, Dominion offered the state of Georgia–a vital swing state in 2020–the option to generate test votes.

“Automated Test Deck Creation – The creation of automated, comprehensive test decks is an optional service provided by Dominion to assist customers in conducting Logic & Accuracy testing,” the document reads.

“Using the Election Day database, a series of pre-marked ballots are generated based on a computer algorithm designed to provide the highest assurance of system accuracy… The elimination of error due to mistakes in hand-marking provides a higher degree of confidence in test results.”

Some voting precincts in Michigan and Pennsylvania also had such an option.

A similar audit in New York state revealed similar findings, suggesting that the problem is probably widespread.

This of course begs the question: Why are these machines allowed if they can be so easily manipulated for partisan purposes?

Of course, Dominion systems are not the only problem with American elections. Interference from big money donors has also plagued American elections in recent years.

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