Press Release: THE IRREGULARITIES IN VOTING DATA FROM THE MAY 6, 2014 DAVIDSON COUNTY PRIMARY ELECTION.

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TENNESSEE CITIZEN ACTION RELEASES STATEMENT ON THE IRREGULARITIES IN VOTING DATA FROM THE MAY 6, 2014 DAVIDSON COUNTY PRIMARY ELECTION. 

 

Nashville, Tenn. (May12th, 2014) — Tennessee Citizen Action released the following statement expressing grave concern over the irregularities that were discovered during the May 6, 2014 Davidson County Primary Election.

 

            “Tennessee Citizen Action is deeply concerned with the voting irregularities that took place during the May 6, 2014 Davidson County Primary Election where more than 10,000 individuals had the chance to vote twice. This problem was a result of a system breakdown between the Davidson County Election Commission (DCEC) and Election Systems & Software (ES&S), which could affect the legitimacy of the election results.

             The public deserves a complete report from DCEC and ES&S on problems that occurred during and prior to the May 6th primary election. In order to prevent any future irregularities, the people of Davidson County need to understand what exactly went wrong.  Specifically, the early voting data that was exchanged between DCEC and ES&S and if the discrepancies were location specific or randomly distributed throughout the county. Details on the methods used in overseeing the accuracy of those data sets and how they were applied to the electronic poll books, prior to Election Day. Additionally, the exact number of individuals suspected to have voted twice and details on any current investigation into the matter

           Important questions need to be answered before the next DCEC meeting scheduled to be held on May 19th, 2014, where the commission will vote to certify the May Primary Election results. The public deserves an explanation, not to point fingers, but to better understand some of the imperfections that face our current voting system in Davidson County. The public should hear from DCEC and ES&S as to why these problems occurred and how they plan to insure such irregularities wont plague the 2014 election cycle.

        

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One Response to “Press Release: THE IRREGULARITIES IN VOTING DATA FROM THE MAY 6, 2014 DAVIDSON COUNTY PRIMARY ELECTION.”
  1. pamlester says:

    This needs to be investigated if the voter count was not legit then there needs to be a re vote

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