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THE NUCLEAR ELECTION CERTIFICATION OPTION

[This public submission is being provided March 19, 2024 by William Newton as part of his own ongoing proprietary work product/research.]


CONCERNING MARYLAND CERTIFICATION OF ES&S VOTING "MACHINES & SOFTWARE".


There's been an awful lot of talk these last few months alleging "certifications" NOT being done on voting equipment by people that have little to no expertise or comprehension of the activity. So, now is as good a time as any to ONCE AGAIN attempt to "enlighten" the unwashed masses....


Did you know that:

♦️The Maryland State Board of Elections (SBE) does it's own in-house testing, then

♦️ Submits the testing results for examination and final certification,

♦️ By an "independent" third party testing laboratory that is approved by the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC);

♦️ And is shown by the testing laboratory to meet the performance and test standards for electronic voting systems established by the Federal Election Commission or the U.S. Election Assistance Commission❓


✅ THE SBE (ITSELF) CONFIRMS THE SYSTEM SATISFIES THOSE REQUIREMENTS.

✳️ THAT the system was examined by National Technical Systems (NTS)

(formerly Wyle Laboratories) of Huntsville, Alabama, a voting systems testing laboratory accredited by the US Election Assistance Commission (EAC).

👉🏾The system was shown by the laboratory to meet the 2005 Voluntary Voting System Guidelines, and consequently the system was certified to these established standards by the EAC.

👉🏾 The SBE asserts legitimacy and the certification number is ESSEVS5200. The system, they claim, has been certified since July 2014.


⚠️ But let's NOT be too quick to conclude THAT'S really all that trustworthy.....You might just think: "as trustworthy as our election results themselves". 🤔


ABOUT THAT "independent" LABORATORY -

(according to "snuginc org"*):

NTS a.k.a. ELEMENT NUCLEAR

"Element Huntsville" (formerly NTS & Wyle Laboratories) is a nuclear testing laboratory.

Element Huntsville has been in business for over 50 years. Their business products/services are list as follows:

• Electronic components and equipment

• QUALIFICATION AND TESTING SERVICES

• Shake table services

• Snubber test and reduction services

• Valves


✳️ It's not lost on me, William Newton, Research Investigator Maryland 20-20 Watch, that the Board of Directors of "SNUG" (an industry organization that serves nuclear power facilities in areas of interest pertaining to the utilization of dynamic restraint devices commonly referred to as “snubbers”) and "other" technology testing activities includes SEVERAL corporate members from Constellation Energy/BGE of Maryland that in my mind constitutes a CONFLICT OF INTEREST because BGE is regulated in Maryland by the PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION (PSC) whose members are APPOINTED BY THE "elected" GOVERNOR & confirmed by the "elected" Maryland State Legislature‼️😲

♦️But maybe I'm just a conspiracy theorist......


FURTHER, Corporate "membership" at SNUG includes owner/operators of "foreign and domestic commercial nuclear generating facilities or plants".....NOT that THAT raises any flags when put up against any association with the "independent" party conduit for CERTIFICATION of our state and national election voting equipment‼️🙄 #NewtonSaidIt


♦️ DID YOU KNOW THAT:

The guidelines that are to be followed for compliance in Maryland were authored by Paul Aumayr 10/15/2014 with revisions on 10/23/2014 for the SBE❓

It was no coincidence on November 23, 2020 shortly after the controversial Presidential election, that I published details about Aumayr, having observed his work history and "acumen", as part of the many years I have given evidence that Maryland, under the direction and control of Linda Lamone, has been the "testing ground" for our nation's corrupt election infrastructure....the contract authorizations, software use, certification process and LAWFARE‼️ Lamone's other positions she held concurrently with being Administrator of Maryland State Board of Elections, Chairwoman Maryland Attorney Grievance Commission, Chairwoman of the National Association of State Election Directors (NASED)....and her primary role of approving software and equipment contracts nationally.


#NewtonSaidIt ALL BEFORE....

(See photo and follow this link for more the info....the coincidence, the bridge between written compliance regulations and the, what I call, "cross contamination of employment")👇🏽

LET ME SAVE YOU THE TRIP.....

{logged November 23, 2020}


STILL THINK I'M BS'ing YOU

ABOUT MARYLAND BEING THE TESTING GROUND FOR FRAUDULENT ELECTIONS 🤔

-William Newton

Election Integrity Watchdog

⚠️⚠️FROM MAY 21, 2019


"The U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) has added two experienced hands to its voting system certification program amid concerns it had a shortage of technical experts overseeing election infrastructure.


The agency is staffing up its crucial certification program by hiring Jessica Bowers, a former executive at Dominion Voting Systems, one of the country’s three largest voting system vendors, and ✳️ Paul Aumayr, ((A FORMER MARYLAND ELECTION OFFICIAL)). Both new hires will work as senior election technology specialists.


In an email announcement to staff obtained by CyberScoop, EAC Executive Director Brian Newby touted Bowers and Aumayr’s technical acumen. Bowers has “over 18 years of software development and product support experience,” while Aumayr is a “Microsoft-certified systems engineer,” Newby wrote.


Both will begin work May 28 and report to Jerome Lovato, a former Colorado state election official. Earlier this month, Lovato was tapped to head the EAC’s program for testing and certifying voting systems. He replaced Ryan Macias, whose departure from the commission prompted two Senate Democrats to write to the EAC expressing concern about a lack of technical expertise at the commission before the 2020 election. 👈🏾


The EAC’s testing and certification program works with the country’s top voting equipment vendors to certify and decertify voting system hardware and software, and accredits labs for testing equipment.


It was not immediately clear how the EAC might mitigate any potential conflicts of interest that could arise with hiring Bowers, the former director of certification at Dominion Voting Systems, onto the EAC program. An EAC spokesperson could not be reached for comment by press time.


According to her LinkedIn biography, Bowers is a former software engineer at Level 3 Communications, a telecommunications company that has since been acquired by CenturyLink. She has spent the last decade with Dominion Voting Systems.

⚠️AUMAYR WAS MOST RECENTLY DIRECTOR OF VOTING SYSTEMS AT THE MARYLAND STATE BOARD OF ELECTIONS, meaning he was in charge of Maryland’s “uniform voting system and electronic pollbooks,” Newby wrote‼️

♦️AN UPDATE OF MY OWN


U.S. officials, including FBI Director Christopher Wray, have warned that foreign adversaries will seek to interfere in the 2020 election. Against that backdrop, EAC officials have asked for more money from Congress to put toward securing election technology. In the latest round of scrutiny from Capitol Hill, the EAC leadership is due on Tuesday to testify before the House Administration Committee."

⚠️((THAT WAS THE STORY THEN))‼️


⚠️DON'T FORGET: Maryland State Board of Elections Administrator is Linda Lamone who is also on the Board of Advisors at the EAC‼️ {wink wink}


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