Loudoun County Election Fraud (allegedly): Code of Virginia Article #2 “Ballots”. Admission, Evidence, Cover-Up (allegedly)
In this addition as “Loudoun Turns”, we will present you with:
- Denial of any violations of Virginia state code or laws
- VA State code: § 24.2-616. Duties of printer; statement; penalty.
- Admission of violation by Judy Brown, LC General Registrar, to ESO Shoup (vendor who printed ballots) referred to as an “oath issue discovered” that was “brought to her attention”. Reminder, she’s been in the LC elections office for (32) years AND the “oath issue discovered” was allegedly discovered only after a FOIA request was submitted.
- Signed VA Statement of Electoral Board Representative that is signed and dated well after the date required by VA law. The last sentence above the signature states: “I understand that knowingly signing a false statement constitutes the crime of perjury”
While everyone is chasing “faulty” voting machines, and they should be because the machines certainly were/are a factor, however, many times the alleged nefarious activity is in plain sight, plain English and plain easy to understand. Now you decide whether or not the LC Registrar’s office needs to be looked at more closely. Who’s involved? How many years have things like this been happening? Are there other violations that We The People need to be aware of?
Oh, keep in mind this exact same “issue” was discovered in Fairfax, except the vendor that Fairfax used is K&H, the same K&H Loudoun County is using for ballots in the 2022 midterms. However, in Fairfax they referred to it as a “clerical error”.
Loudoun County Board of Elections
Address750 Miller Drive Southeast
Leesburg, Virginia, 20175
VA Code: § 24.2-616. Duties of printer; statement; penalty
VA Code: § 24.2-616. Duties of printer; statement; penalty.
“The printer contracting with or employed by the electoral board or general registrar to print the ballots shall sign a statement BEFORE THE WORK IS COMMENCED agreeing, subject to felony penalties for making false statements pursuant to § 24.2-1016, that he will print the number of ballots requested by the electoral board or the general registrar in accordance with the instructions given by the electoral board or the general registrar; that he will print, and permit to be printed, directly or indirectly, no more than that number; that he will at once destroy all imperfect and perfect impressions other than those required to be delivered to the general registrar; that as soon as such number of ballots is printed he will distribute the type, if any, used for such work; and that he will not communicate to anyone, in any manner, the size, style, or contents of such ballots.
A similar statement shall be required of any employee or other person engaged in the work.”