It has been discovered from an investigation launched by KHOU that on election day in Harris County over 121 polling locations were without paper ballots.
KHOU 11 compared ballot paper packets allocated to the total number of votes cast and discovered 121 voting centers did not initially receive enough ballot paper to cover voter turnout. The county allotted each of the locations six ballot paper packets, or enough for 600 ballots. But the total votes cast exceeded that amount, sometimes by hundreds of ballots. For example, 946 election day ballots were cast at the Bellaire Civic Center, 990 at Warner Elementary School, and 1,037 at Salyards Middle School.
Harris County Election Fraud Update:
Surplus of 9,307 mail-in ballots
121 Polling Locations with Ballott Shortages
X amount of polling locations with “broken voting machines”
It appears that most of the locations with paper ballots allocated only received half the amount of ballots compared to historical turnout. Why is that?
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Why is it that the Elections administrators office can’t figure out what went wrong?
Is it because the Election Administrator is guilty of committing treason at the behest of the local Democrats?
Is the election administrators purposefully sabotaging the elections?
Precinct 3 commissioner Tom Ramsey is the only local politician who seems to be wanting to get to the bottom of what went wrong on election day.
The election commission, which board consists of 4 Democrats and one Republican still has not met to discover what exactly went wrong on election day, and most likely won’t since HIdalgo heads the Election Commission.
I attended an Election Meeting update and it was discovered that over 66,371 thousand ballots were potentially illegally cast:
589 people moved out of state, but still voted
3,606 people Moved out of the county, but still voted
34,981 people moved within the County but still voted
220 people moved with no forwarding address but still voted
18,934 people moved- forwarding address expired but still voted
8 people moved out of the country, but still voted
8.034 non-mailable address, but still voted