WILL YOUR VOTE REALLY COUNT?

Or will it be just a sand ballot*?

A ballot made of sand would crumble and just blow away. Find out what could make the ballot you cast seen to crumble and blow away:

* Sand ballot sounds like the name of the evil Sanballat found in the book of Nehemiah.

THERE IS A SPECIAL PLACE IN HADES FOR PEOPLE WHO CHEAT TO BIAS ELECTIONS.

THE HAZARDS TO YOUR VOTE

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Hacking the Voting Process

This is a case of someone using a computer to break into voting machines to tamper with the election.

- This is relatively rare, because most voting systems are not connected to the Internet.

- In most cases, the hacker would have to have access to the inside of each machine.

- Because ballot positions are set by local machine techs, remote hackers would not know which ballot position has which candidate.

- Prohibit voting machines having any access to the Internet at any time.

- Have security on all voting machines at all times.

- Check the backgrounds and political fervors of all machine techs.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Tricks to Falsely Accuse Candidates

This is where someone (including a political party or the press) releases false allegations about a candidate to trick voters into not voting for that candidate.

- This is usually an allegation of criminal or moral wrongdoing against a candidate on the ballot.

- Democrats and the liberal press have used this trick in every election since 1982.

- This usually happens within a month of the election, making it hard to investigate the allegations before the election.

- Often the story is kept secret by a reporter until the time when the allegation can't be investigated before the election.

- Making, soliciting, or publishing any false allegation against a candidate with intent to change the outcome of an election should be a felony with jail time greater than the jail time for the falsely alleged event.

- Keeping an allegation against a candidate secret until the month before the election should also be a felony with jail time.

- Allow the political party affected by such allegations to substitute candidates.

- Use the Independent Voting System, so electing another candidate is not needed to stop an accused candidate.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Election Officials Biasing the Vote

Election officials do something to make the vote favor one party or candidate.

- The officials change the calibration of a touch screen voting system.

- The officials start the machine with votes already in it.

- The officials try to count ballot damage as attempts to vote.

- An official "discovers" some uncounted ballot.

- An official surreptitiously moves ballots from the counted table to the uncounted one.

- All inspections and tests of voting equipment must be observed by experts from all political parties.

- The positions of candidates on the ballots of electronic voting machines must be decided randomly at the last minute, so the voting positions can't be biased or preloaded.

- The custody of all ballots must be monitored by officials of all parties to watch for any ballot moving and introducing schemes.

- Tampering with the vote must be a felony.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
More Than Two Candidates

The problem here is that most voting systems fail miserably when more than two candidates run. They usually introduce biases into the election.

- This is rampant in elections because most officials think the election system they are using is fair.

- The system most officials think is fair (but is the most unfair one) is the Plurality Voting System (vote for only one). It favors the candidate most different from the others.

Ranking is unfair in other ways. Increasing the vote for a candidate can often reduce his final position in the outcome.

- Use the totally fair Independent Voting System (vote on each candidate separately). It works right no matter how many candidates run.

- Prohibit all uses of the PLURALITY VOTING SYSTEM (vote for only one).

- Prohibit all voting systems that use RANKING (put your choices in order).

- Prohibit all STRAIGHT-PARTY voting systems.

- Prohibit all AT-LARGE voting.

- Prohibit all WINNER-TAKE-ALL voting.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Media Bias

Today's news media are strongly biased toward liberal candidates and platforms. They do this for selfish pecuniary reasons.

- Reporters are wrongly taught in journalism school to "change the world" by promoting progressivism, instead of being neutral as journalists are supposed to be.

- Journalists want Obamacare for themselves because wire service reporters are not employees, so they don't get benefits.

- Some Journalists create totally fake news to discredit some politicians.

- The person who becomes a journalist is usually a right-brain touchy-feely writer, not a logical left-brain person. A right-brain person gets emotional over all victims and wants government to "do something".

- Reporters should be able to earn and display an impartiality badge. To get it, a reporter must not in any way favor any political candidate, party, program, or belief. Reporters who do not have the badge cannot be trusted to be impartial. Those awarding the badges must be evenly distributed among all political beliefs.

- There should be databases of instances of reporter bias and fake news available on the Internet.

- Any reporter who is convicted of publishing any false allegation against a candidate with the intent to change the outcome of an election shall be jailed.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Tricks to Keep Voters from Voting

Several tricks have been used to keep voters from voting at precincts that tend to favor a certain political party.

- Voter registrations were changed so registrations didn't match their IDs.

- Phishing was used to get info to change voter registrations.

- Blocking polling place entrances or parking with construction, paving, mud from dug-up pipes, tree work, wrecks, or fires.

- Blocking polling place entrances or parking with special events, races around polling place blocks, special event parking, or traffic leaving distant special events.

- Putting power out at polling places

- Stealing cartridge from voting machines.

- There should be no way to change a registration without an ID in person at the voter registration office.

- Officials need to monitor what goes on at and near polling places before and during elections. Especially construction activities must be monitored.

- Special events must not be scheduled on election day.

- Election day must not be treated as a holiday.

- Backup power and lighting must be provided at polling places

- Officials should be monitoring and securing voting machines.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Buying votes

Some parties and, politicians try to cheat by paying for people's votes.

- Some political parties pay people to register to vote for their party by giving them cookies, pizzas, or other things of value.

Some parties promise to give government handouts to people if they win.

Some parties promise to give free health care to people if they win.

Sometimes a party makes people think they won't have to work anymore if it wins.

- Political parties should be prohibited from giving away things in exchange for registering to vote.

- Government giving away free things should be illegal. People should somehow be working for everything they get from government.

- People should learn that government has no power to create wealth, so nobody can promise that they won't have to work.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Tricks to Disqualify Candidates

Opponents use these tricks to make a candidate ineligible to run for the office.

- Evicting the candidate from sehr residence, making the candidate no longer a resident of the district.

- Bank foreclosing a mortgage, making the candidate no longer a resident of the district

- Spouse throwing the candidate out of the house, making the candidate no longer a resident of the district

- Fake news stories about the candidate committing a felony.

- Signing candidate petitions many times, so the candidate is short of signatures

- Allow a candidate to keep sehr precinct residential status if anything happens to deprive sehm of sehr place of residence.

- Allow a candidate to procure temporary housing outside the precinct or district if replacement housing is needed and none is available inside the precinct or district.

- Prohibit landlords and banks from evicting or repossessing property from candidates within two months of an election.

- Use the Independent Voting System, so signatures are not necessary.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Voting Multiple Times

A voter uses tricks to vote more than once.

- The voter moves from place to place to get multiple IDs, usually in multiple counties and precincts. Often the voter uses slight variations in name to keep the trick from being discovered.

- The voter steals the identities of other voters, usually in multiple counties and precincts, and impersonates them.

- The voter uses the names of recently deceased people and registers in multiple counties and precincts, impersonating them.

- The voter steals voter cards from mailboxes and impersonates those voters.

- A group has many members using the methods above to work together to cheat the election.

- A system using picture IDs should be used to catch multiple people using the same ID and one person using multiple IDs.

- The system using picture IDs should keep a list of deceased voters, to make sure their identities were not stolen.

- A voter ID should be mailed to each voter, who signs a return receipt. Inactive voters who don't sign the receipt will be purged. The ID is collected by the polling place, making sure it is used only once.

- It should be a felony for any person to vote more than once. The penalty should be the length of the term of the office the person tried to bias.

- It should be a felony for any person or group to incite, condone, or abet voter fraud.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Union Bias

Labor unions try to influence the elections.

- Unions donate collected union dues to a political party (usually the Democrat party) without the consent of the individual members who paid the dues.

- Unions tell their members to vote for certain candidates. Often they tell members that other candidates are against their union rights.

- Unions should never use member dues to donate to political candidates.

- Unions must not discriminate against any political beliefs when admitting members.

- Workers shall not be required to join unions or other worker advocacy groups or have certain political beliefs to have or keep jobs.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Education Bias

Educators and educational institutions are strongly biased.

- Educators push their political and philosophical beliefs on their pupils.

- Educators often tell their pupils to vote for (or tell parents to vote for certain candidates.

- Educators tell pupils that unions are good and management is bad.

- Educators teach marginal, bad, or speculative science as fact.

- Educators teach material that violates some religious beliefs.

- Educators teach political beliefs to get for themselves what some politicians promise.

- Educational institutions teach political and philosophical beliefs to get funding.

- Educational institutions discriminate against certain political and philosophical beliefs when hiring.

- Educational institutions discriminate against certain religions when hiring.

- Educators paid with tax money must not push their personal beliefs.

- Educators must be fired if they tell their pupils who to vote for.

- Educators must not take sides on political issues in the classroom.

- Educators must not teach marginal, bad, or speculative science as fact.

- Educators must not teach material that violates any religious beliefs.

- Educators must not alter their teachings get for themselves what some politicians promise.

- Educational institutions must not alter teaching to get funding.

- Educational institutions must not discriminate against any political or philosophical belief when hiring.

- Educational institutions must not discriminate against any religion when hiring.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Trying to Take Back the Election

The losing party often tries to trick the government into changing the outcome of the election. Sometimes the press tries these tricks. But they usually don't have a clue what they are doing:

- They create scandals to have the winner impeached or disqualified.

- They think that, if the winner is impeached or disqualified, somehow the runner-up in the election wins the office.

- In 2005, a liberal group told people that if they impeached president Bush that John Kerry would become president. Now they say that Clinton would become president if Trump is impeached.

- They demonstrate, demanding that the outcome of the election must be changed.

- They demand that the popular vote must be used to elect the president.

- People can usually see through the scandals the activists create.

- If the incumbent is impeached or disqualified, the party of the winner appoints or votes on a replacement.

- That liberal group is wrong. The order of succession is defined by law. Election losers aren't in it. Impeaching Bush would have made Cheney president. Impeaching Trump would make Pence the president.

- Demonstrating is about as useful as sticking your tongue out at the winner.

- The Constitution uses the electoral vote to keep big states from controlling the election.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Celebrities use their celebrity to spread their politics

Some celebrities and studios try to cheat by using celebrity fame to sway voters.

- Most celebrities are liberals (as are most artisans).

- Most celebrities discuss their political beliefs on talk shows.

- Most TV and movie scripts contain political beliefs (mostly liberal).

- Some celebrities join wacky demonstrations when they don't get their way in an election.

- Voters need to recognize that celebrities and other artisans have liberal beliefs because they hate having to compete on the open market for income and prices, and want government to pay them for their art.

- People also need to recognize that the writers of movies, TV shows, and music lyrics are inserting their political beliefs into them.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Using Celebrities to get Votes

Some parties, politicians, and studios try to cheat by using celebrities to bias the elections.

- Political candidates invite celebrities to political rallies to attract voters who like the celebrities.

- Celebrities hold their own get-out-the-vote rallies for the political candidates they support.

- The use of celebrities could be considered to be a form of vote buying.

- The contributions by celebrities to political events could be considered political contributions.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Running a Third Party Clone of Opponent

A politician hires a stooge to run as a third party clone of his opponent to split the opposing vote.

- This works because most people think the Plurality Voting System they are using is fair.

- The Plurality Voting System (vote for only one) unfairly favors the candidate most different from the others. The politician hiring the clone knows this.

- Running a clone candidate makes the opponent and the clone candidates look alike.

- This makes the politician who hired the clone become the candidate most different from the others.

- Using the totally fair Independent Voting System (vote on each candidate separately) prevents this kind of cheating.

- Prohibit all uses of the PLURALITY VOTING SYSTEM (vote for only one).

- Prohibit all voting systems that use RANKING (put your choices in order).

- Prohibit all STRAIGHT-PARTY voting systems.

- Prohibit all AT-LARGE voting.

- Prohibit all WINNER-TAKE-ALL voting.

DESCRIPTION PREVALENCE REMEDIES
Employers Try to Bias Elections

Some employers try to make their employees believe or vote a certain way.

- Some employers quietly remove employees who vote for the wrong party.

- Employers bring in speakers and materials supporting a political view.

- Employers claim that they would have to close down or relocate if certain political events happen.

- It is unconstitutional to remove employees who vote for the wrong party.

- Employees must understand that speakers and materials support a political view.

- Employer claims that that they would close down or relocate if certain political events happen could definitely be true.

WHY
WHY WOULD ANYONE WANT TO CHEAT AN ELECTION?
MOTIVE EXPLANATION

CLIMATE CHANGE

They are afraid of climate change and will do anything to stop it.

UTOPIA

Many liberals believe massive government spending makes the economy self-sustaining.

FREEBIES FROM GOVERNMENT

They want the free stuff the liberals promised (Most such promises are unsustainable).

ANYTHING TO PREVENT WAR

Some people hate war and will do anything to prevent war.

UNIVERSAL HEALTH CARE

They will do anything they can to get free health care.

FREE TUITION

Students will do anything to get free college.

WOMEN'S "RIGHTS"

They want their abortion, contraception, and free care "rights".

GLBT "RIGHTS"

They want their "right" to practice sexual immorality.

GUN RIGHTS

They want their Second Amendment rights to have and use guns.

GUN CONTROL

They are afraid of guns and want them banned.

STOP THE SECRECY

Stop government from keeping secrets (such as what UFOs are).

NO MILITARIZED POLICE

Police must not have armored military equipment.

OVERTAXATION

They will do anything to keep big spenders from being elected.

ENFORCE LIBERAL RELIGIONS

Political Correctness, Egalitarianism, Multiculturalism, and Diversity must be obeyed.

GOVERNMENT WORSHIP

Statists worship government. Smaller government is a sacrilege.

LIBERAL LEGISLATORS

Liberals love to spend tax money. They hate tax cuts.

CONSERVATIVE LEGISLATORS

Liberals love to spend tax money. Conservatives want this stopped.

 
 

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SIMULATION OF THE SPECIAL PLACE IN HADES FOR PEOPLE WHO CHEAT TO BIAS ELECTIONS