Jay Valentine, the Director of the Fractal Technology Software Team at Omega4America, released an Open Letter to Shane Hamlin, the Executive Director at ERIC the outdated and inefficient voter roll maintenance program founded by far-left activist David Becker. The ERIC system is now used in 32 states despite the fact that voter rolls in those states are more bloated with phantom voters than ever in US history.
The Gateway Pundit has reported on the ERIC Systems in a series of articles and follow-up reports.
** ERIC Part 1: Who’s “Cleaning” Our Voter Rolls? ERIC Now in 31 States
** ERIC Part 2: Largest U.S. Counties Removed ZERO to TWO Ineligible Voters
** ERIC Part 3: The Founding of the Nation’s Largest Voter Roll Clean-up Operation
** ERIC Part 4: A Response to the Panicked Media Attacks
Since The Gateway Pundit first reported on ERIC two states have stepped away from the platform and more will follow.
On Sunday Jay Valentine sent The Gateway Pundit an early exclusive of the letter he is sending to Mr. Shane Hamlin, the Executive Director at ERIC.
In the letter, Valentine describes how Omega4America and state-organized election integrity teams were able to identify illegal changes to voter rolls AFTER the legal date to do so. These were illegal changes and resulted in ballots that were illegal to be cast.
Valentine points out how fractal technology is far more advanced than what the ERIC system has to offer.
Valentine’s technology is capable of processing every voter roll, in every state, on multiple dates, on a few small computers, with every query delivered at silicon speed, to a citizen or elected official’s phone. How about that?
Omega4America is currently has teams operating in 12 states. Several other state organizations are expected to join this movement.
Omega4America is contacting every Governor, Attorney General, and Secretary of State for all of the ERIC states to share their good news.
This ought to scare the hell out of Democrats who rely on bloated voter rolls to win elections.
Today we are listing the minimum requirement that exists with the Omega4America system compared to the current ERIC system.
The list is not even close. The Omega4America system accomplishes ALL of the below listed tasks.
The ERIC System does not. The ERIC system is antiquated, inefficient, and not trusted for a reason.
It is time for the 50 states to bring trust back into the election system. Omega4America is the answer.
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Cleaning U.S. Voter Rolls – Minimum Viable Product
Every U.S. state has election rolls of registered voters. Those rolls, under Federal law, must be maintained and cleaned regularly. Effective cleaning is not being done.
The following is the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) – the minimum requirement that current technology enables. Any entity that does not offer such minimal services cannot claim to adequately clean voter rolls.
Every item on this list is available today, at a modest cost, and can be brought into production, with modern compute technology, in any state in 45 days or less.
Voter registration rolls should be reconciled, every 30 days, with county personal property tax rolls ensuring every address at which a registered voter resides is valid.
Voter registration rolls should be snapshotted, by date, at least monthly. Every voter roll snapshot is compared with every previous snapshot and the differences preserved in a readable file for public review – with graphical and tabular representations.
Every voter address should be scanned by an artificial intelligence (AI) engine to take the same address, if presented in multiple ways, and bring it into a uniform address type.
Beginning 45 days before early voting, the MVP should begin daily snapshots of the voter rolls. These comparisons identify new voters added after deadlines, zip code changes or other election commission changes that inject doubt into election outcomes.
Available state databases should be reconciled against the state’s voter rolls. DMV records, death records, NCOA change of address records, lists of non-citizens and any other information the state captures should be available to reconcile against the voter rolls to insure consistency.
The system should be able to be run as an outside service (SaaS), or as a state-run service within the state’s IT infrastructure, in a cloud (someone else’s data center) as the state mandates – inexpensively, implemented in 45 days or less.
The MVP should identify any inserted characters, hidden characters or strings in voter registration numbers rendering them difficult for citizens to process on current computers. Such control characters and strings should be removed and if not possible – identified.
The MVP should operate real time with queries, sorts or other data manipulation happening in less than 10 seconds, across all databases visible from a mobile device.
During early voting, the MVP system should receive daily updates of who voted (electronic pollbook) and compare each day’s data with all previous day’s data – insuring cast ballot information is never modified.
The MVP should identify, every 30 days, the state’s undeliverable ballot locations. This is the list of voter addresses to which the election commission will mail a ballot but such a ballot will be undeliverable.