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We support Paul Hultin’s position, as we have previously written to the Colorado Department of State.
CDOS is trying to fabricate distinctions where none exist when they attempt to justify their position that the Nov 2007 election is not subject to the recertification court order. No such distinction was mentioned (or even conceived of?) during the trial.
The people of Colorado rely on the State Certification process for their local decisions. That’s the way the law is designed. If county commissioners had been informed that the equipment was not certified, they would not have authorized its purchase, and public pressure would have “encouraged” commissioners to deny the purchase request.
We have provided specific evidence that the equipment is not trustworthy, and will likely produce an inaccurate and unverifiable election in November 2007. CDOS must immediately issue guidance to the County Clerks informing them of the facts.
At present the facts are being wrongfully withheld.
It would be absolutely reckless to use uncertified DRE and optical scan equipment that is known to suffer serious defects.
Any close contests will surely wind up in court.