History of Voting Systems in America / Claiming Victory Over a Stressful Lifestyle
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From his appearance on Sunday Long Live Radio, Aaron gives a history of some key EVS (Electronic Voting Systems) companies in America. He traces Mathematical Systems Corporation of Anaheim, California and their EVS arm, Sequoia Voting systems, the antitrust charges against Election Systems and Software (ESS) which enabled the rise of Sequoia’s systems. He then discusses the acquisition of Sequoia by Smartmatic, which happens to be owned by two Smartmatic, a technologically advanced, multinational company started by three software geeks. Software geeks who just so happened to be Venezuelan software geeks whose geeky election software just so happened to be involved in the 2004 Venezuelan Recall Referendum, ultimately leading to flipping the result of the election to Hugo Chavez.
After this, he discusses the rocky beginning of Dominion Voting Systems and their blatant liberal activism. They almost floundered until Barack Obama’s Department of Justice hit Electronic Systems and Software with yet another antitrust penalty, divesting tech and territory to Dominion.
Susan Smith Jones, Ph.D.