Dallas County Early Vote
Count Appears Compromised
The Dallas County Absentee and Early In-Person Vote Count
appears compromised between October 6 and October 30, 2020.
THE COUNTY REPORTED
It PURGED 56,974 VOTES.
Votes were reported on the County Daily Vote Roster but
subsequently removed on later Vote Rosters.
It CREATED 50,529 VOTES
Votes were reported on the County Daily Vote Roster
bearing StateIDNumbers of votes purged days to weeks
The PURGED and CREATED votes included both Absentee Votes and
In-Person Early Votes.
The Vote Roster is analagous to a Ballot Box. Votes that go into the
ballot box can only come from voters who are REGISTERED and have
IDENTIFIED themselves as the registered voter.
1. Cast votes should NEVER be removed from the ballot box except
2. Cast votes should NEVER be altered after they are cast.
3. Votes should NEVER be CREATED and added by anyone other
than a registered voter.
THE BREAKDOWN FROM OCTOBER 6 TO OCTOBER 30
51,153 Absentee votes were PURGED.
5,821 In-Person votes were PURGED.
50,529 votes were CREATED using PREVIOUSLY PURGED StateIDNumbers
associated with Absentee votes.
131 votes were CREATED using PREVIOUSLY PURGED StateIDNumbers
associated with In-Person votes.
5,690 votes from StateIDNumbers disappeared completely.
The PURGING and CREATING of new votes caused the Vote Roster Computer
to perform activities neither purposed
by the creator nor in line with the
creator's original intentions.
This is the definition of a computer hack