The Importance of Cast Vote Records (CVR)

Election Integrity

Several counties are currently in the election recount process. How can citizens be assured fraudulent ballots are not being counted? Read this post with important information from Indiana First Action to learn more.

Newest release from William Daugherity on Cast Vote Records (“CVRs”)

Dr. Walter Daugherity, Ph.D Harvard, Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M

William Daugherity, Ph.D Harvard, Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M

William Daugherity, Ph.D Harvard, Professor Emeritus, Texas A&M

What is a CVR? It is an electronic record of a voter’s selections. Election results are produced by tabulating the collection of CVRs and audits can be done by comparisons of the paper ballots against the CVR. Listen for yourself!

National Institute of Standards and Technology (U.S. Department of Commerce) (NIST) standard states that CVRs are not confidential information, yet the Indiana Secretary of State office refuses to instruct county clerks to release them. Is the Secretary of State office violating this federal standard? Some clerks claim they were instructed that it was illegal for them to look at CVRs. If this is the case, how can clerks confidently certify their own elections? This renders the machines useless.

Indiana First Action met with Secretary of State Diego Morales and Kegan Prentice showing them the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) positions on CVRs and other states’ published CVRs. Was the Indiana Election Division’s guidance in error (Page 333 of 2024 Indiana Election Administrator’s Manual?)

Indiana First Action was told all of the vendors and the Indiana Election Division were called into Luke Britt’s office to discuss the dozens of complaints filed, and that no one at that meeting knew what a CVR was exactly.

Mr. Daugherity claims otherwise as you saw in this video.

Why did Senator Greg Walker push so hard to put forth a bill (SB224) deeming CVRs to be made private under state law when they are for the public?

Citizens have been told that Indiana elections are safe and secure. If our elections are truly safe and secure, that will be demonstrated easily via citizen analysis of the CVRs. If our elections are safe and secure, there should be no hesitation by our elected and appointed officials to release this information. However, no transparency, no trust. Give us transparency, and then we will trust.

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