The state of New California is holding “Demo” elections across the state today using paper ballots.
On January 27 elections will be held in counties at select locations across New California.
These elections won’t cost millions like the elections where machines are used. These elections won’t have the security issues inherent in voting machines.
The “Demo Elections” are only held on Jan 27 and voters must vote in person.
The election will use paper ballots, they will be hand-counted and results will be available that night.
Shelby Bunch, from the state of New California, spoke in front of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors and announced that the “Demo Election” will take place on Jan 29. Her presentation is recorded below.
Here is a press release from the state of New California announcing the demo votes across the state. (Please see New California’s website for more information.)
The timing couldn’t be better as the state of California is facing bankruptcy under the current Newsome regime. Ending the use of voting machines across the state is one way to cut the state’s enormous bloated budget.
In addition, with the recent events in Georgia where Professor Halderman showed that the voting systems used in the state are not secure and that bad actors could easily hack into an election and change votes, good old-fashioned paper ballots are the way to go.