Election Services Online
Election Services Online, (ESO) was formed in January 2008 with the goal of assuming the support and maintenance contracts for the touch screens manufactured by AVS.
Advanced Voting Solutions (AVS) of Frisco, Texas, originally provided this service until it ceased operations at the end of 2007. We have been servicing over 30 touch screen accounts in Virginia and most recently growing our client base with Unisyn OpenElect digital scanner product line.
This is who has been producing Loudoun County’s ballots.
As mentioned above, ESO by Shoup has been providing Loudoun County’s ballots for an undetermined period of time, however not for the 2022 election, and this is curious. So who is Kimberlee Shoup? Well, we can start with election fraud is in her DNA.
Back in 1979, Kimberlee Shoup’s father, Ransom F. Shoup was indicted on federal charges of election voter fraud and voting machine “malfunction” fraud in Philadelphia. The request of the fraudulent acts came from longtime Philadelphia election commissioner Marge Tartaglione because she was already under investigation by the feds.
I’m not suggesting that Kinberlee Shoup-Erney is conducting herself exactly like her father, but it is the family business.
You might want to ask yourself, how and why would the Loudoun County General Registrar, Judy Brown, outsource Loudoun County’s ballot making to ESO by Shoup AND THEN authorize ESO by Shoup to validate the integrity of the ballots they just created and the General Registrar’s request? Isn’t this what’s known as the fox guarding the hen-house? Why did Judy Brown place what seems to be the burden of “chain of custody” squarely on the shoulders of ESO by Shoup, who allegedly falsified the dates on the FOIA’ed documents and then cited (page 2 below) “we noticed a few inconsistencies” AND Judy Brown stated (page 7) “I provided the updated form that was notarized on May 4, 2022 after the error was discovered”. These “errors” or “inconsistencies” were only discovered AFTER the FOIA request was submitted.
Next post up, the “official” complaint that was filed with the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office