Log in

Board Of Elections Voter Integrity-Zoom!

  • Monday, February 28, 2022
  • 2:30 PM
  • Zoom

Board of Elections Zoom Meeting

Reminder:   The Board of Election Zoom call Monday, February 28th at 2:30!! 

Please see the e-mail below from Robyn Sachs, regarding questions that need to be answered that certainly aren’t about Voter Suppression, but valid questions!!  We, as voters, want some answers!!  I know Robyn and her team need voter canvassers’ to help investigate these inaccuracies!! 


Please follow the Zoom link HERE to attend the Board of Elections meeting this coming Monday, February 28 at 2:30 p.m.  If you speak, please include that you “strongly support the maintenance and clean-up of voter rolls and that you want the Board to stay current with methods available to update and purge the voter rolls on a frequent basis."

Below is the flyer from the MoCo Democrat Party. They want their followers to come out in force at the MoCo Board of Elections Zoom meeting to show that they are paying attention regarding the MCGOP’s request for Maryland to clean up the voter rolls. MCGOP Chair, Reardon Sullivan sent a letter to the Board of Elections to ask for a clean up of data and all were reasonable requests. He asked the Democrats to join MCGOP in this effort. It is interesting that the Democrats' response is to spread false information that the MCGOP is attempting to to undermine the integrity of elections. The MCGOP is asking the Board of Elections to:

  1. Purge voters that do not reside in Montgomery County.
  2. Remove duplicate voters. 
  3. Investigate voters that have addresses at USPS, UPS, storage lockers and other questionable residences.
  4. Identify non-citizens in the database. Update databases to include a data field to distinguish between those authorized to vote in Federal and State elections versus only local elections.
  5. Investigate voters who have more than one registration. A failure to respond by providing proof of identity and current address should result in removal.
  6. Purge ghosts registrations. 
  7. Compare, reconcile, and purge voter rolls using deaths reported at the Register of Wills and with SSA death records.
  8. Compare, reconcile, and purge voter rolls using both criminal conviction and mental incompetence records.
  9. Compare, reconcile, and purge voter rolls using the county's tax records and primary residences against   County/State tax filings.
  10. Make provisional ballots a different size or color, so they are handled separately and NOT scanned with all ballots that are NOT provisional.  

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at 301-466-9744 or email: Lauriehalverson@verizon.net

Potomac, Maryland

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software