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Meet Command Central: The People In Charge of Wi Voiting Machines

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posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 03:19 PM
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Writes Barbara With, Marianne M. Moonhouse and John Washburn on Wisconsin Citizens Media Co-op: Command Central is one of Wisconsin’s leading vendors of voting machines and election supplies. They are distributors for Dominion Voting Systems, a privately-owned electronic voting equipment company. Founded in Canada in 2002, Dominion is now based in Denver, CO, since their acquisitions of Premier Election Solutions, from Election Systems & Software (ES&S), and Sequoia Voting Systems.

Command Central deals directly with Wisconsin county and municipal clerks and is closely involved in their selection of voting machines, ballots, and other election supplies. Command Central does all the maintenance on the voting machines and provides tech support throughout the year, with a special “hot line” should clerks need help with glitches, etc., on election day.

In June 2011, the Wisconsin County Clerks Association held their annual summer conference in Ladysmith. Seventy-five county clerks from across the state came together to, among…


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I don't have anything insightful to say about this, but this might shed some insight in what's happening in Wisconsin now.




posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 03:30 PM
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How does this shed any light on anything? It's a link to a blog that tells about the company that provides the voting machines. There's no indication of impropriety or fraud.

So what's your point? If the company was ACME Voting Machines Inc., would you post a link to the company and say it sheds some light on what's going on in Wisconsin?

Try to have a point. If you feel the integrity of the voting was compromised in some way, post some evidence other than an innocuous link and blurb.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 07:29 PM
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In all honesty it is difficult to find much on these guys. For a company that such an important part of our democracy hinges upon, they are disturbingly invisible. Elections with billions of dollars flying around and none of these high value players will ever think to contact the people who operate the voting machines. Really?

Command Central employs two people but control over 3000 voting machines. The owners mother in law is the programmer. I guess she took up programming after being fired by the State of Minnesota for ethics violations.

law.justia.com...

It has her listed as a Relator. And she is a programmer. She must be multi-talented.

For the record, I do not have a dog in this fight. I just believe to trust there is nothing going on is indeed blind trust. You have no way of knowing.



posted on Jun, 7 2012 @ 11:25 PM
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this may be an indication that .....

maybe there was no voter fraud connected with the count !!



posted on Jun, 8 2012 @ 07:05 AM
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Your opinion is just as valid as 'maybe there was' when you cannot see the results. When you cannot verify results, speculation runs rife.




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