Open Letter to VC Registrar of Voters: 37th District Election Numbers Don’t Add Up

 

 

By Tom Cole

Greetings Registrar of Voters Mark A. Lunn. I’m the campaign manager for Charles Cole for Assembly. We ran the recent 37th District election on issues like; more jobs, opening schools and business, limited government, no new taxes, support for police, protecting our Bill of Rights, vouchers and other libertarian and conservative messages. Cole garnered over 85,000 Ventura and Santa Barbara County voters who agreed with those policy issues.

Now, with all that’s happened nationwide, we and our parent company Analytics805.com are statistically analyzing what we see as possible vote/registration irregularities, implausible numerical results and other anomalies across the 37th Assembly District election of 2020.

Anomalies like the tens of thousands of new voters who suddenly appeared in the 37th District, voting 96.3% to our opponent. We have questions about these new voters, and also about the machines (Dominion?) That may have been used to calculate the votes in Ventura County…

1) How did Cole’s 37th district gain a staggering 17,894 new voters in the 2020 election? These are new voters added after the heavily voted 2016 37th district race. And with no increase in population.

2) We and our experts expect to review the stored election and registration data from 2020 on these 17,894 new voters in the 37th. Redacted election data is public property and not secret government info. There’s no good reason to hide it.

3) Information like; Who are these 17,894 new 37th District voters?

4) Were their signatures verified? How? And where do they all live?

5.) Are there 17,894 new housing units in the 37th? We can now rejoice!

6) Obtain election/registration data that could help explain how these 17,894 new voters went 96.3% to our esteemed opponent. Like maybe these new voters were all in favor of school lockdowns, business closures, and lawsuits against local Pastors. We have doubts about this.

7) Obtain and freely inspect the time stamped election numbers contained in the vote tabulation machines from the November 3, 2020 election. From early voting until vote counting ceased. That means a time/vote graph representation.

8) Inspect and test the Dominion or other machines used to ‘calculate’ all Ventura Counties votes.

So these are the Cole Campaign requests. We hope and kindly expect election officials to comply with these requests in a timely manner and/or to release requested raw, redacted numerical data to our campaign ASAP. We are the legitimate representatives of the voting public, 85,000 worth and we owe them a steely eyed study of this election.

We look forward to inspecting the machines and seeing the requested data.

Thomas Cole J.D. Owner    Analytics805.com    [email protected]

 

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William Hicks
William Hicks
1 month ago

Mr. Cole:

Please keep us abreast of your request.

Sue
Sue
1 month ago

So a President who did not win the popular vote and never received an approval rating above 44% then doubled down on his base and did nothing to increase his approval rating outside of his base and failed to deliver to states that he won in the Electoral College didn’t get reelected because counties didn’t check signatures?

Jessica
Jessica
1 month ago

I don’t believe that are county is blue. It seems like Ventura County might’ve turned red on 11.3.20, There’s no way Sleepy Joe got 80 million votes. We Californians know Trump won the state of California and 48 states. There should be an audit, a transparent full forensic audit of the 2020 election. People don’t trust the government and the people in California know that the 2020 election was rigged, it was a total fraud. In order to gain our trust again, they should allow us to look at the ballots and the machines by having a transparent audit

Mike Smith
Mike Smith
3 months ago

In addition to vote/registration irregularities are the threats of non-voting Republicans and L.A. County Democrat transplants. This does not include DTS/NPP ‘shadow’ Republicans who vote Democrat.

If the legitimate voter trends conquer Republicans, the root problem in Ventura County is still the people.

Suzanne
Suzanne
3 months ago

Mr Cole, I have been a volunteer at polling locations for years. This last year was an amazing example of elections gone wrong, across the country. I saw huge support for the conservative candidates. Most discount California, it’s going to go Democrat no matter the contest. We most certainly need voter reform. Every voter needs to show a picture ID, most offer it to us when they come to vote. I’m not surprised if there’re voter irregularities. Please keep up the good fight. Thank you for your diligence. #VoterReformCalifornia

Bruce Boyer candidate for sheriff
Bruce Boyer candidate for sheriff
5 months ago

Punch the crooks in the face and make them pay!!!

Trent Moore
Trent Moore
5 months ago

Hi Mr. and Mr. Cole

I’m a middle of the road educated voter who is sick of the BS on both sides. So I’m really your best friend at this point in your goings on.
Do you actually have data that shows the new voters voted 96.3% against your candidate? I didn’t know that kind of data was available. Do you mind if I ask where you got it? And may I have a link or a copy? I can run my own analysis.
And if you are going to attack Dominion Voting Systems character, you might want to think about your own defamation lawsuit. As a lawyer, you must be at least somewhat aware that Fox News’ reputation among California juries is generally the same thing as your views on MSNBC. My free advice, and it’s heartfelt, is to see how these lawsuits plays out before associating your candidate with real. stupid. nonsense. There is more to his and your career than just this election.
Your asking for voter specifics. Who are they and where do they live? Don’t open yourself up to ridicule or the possibility of voter harassment being attributed to your candidate. That would be a good career ender for both of you IMHO. What you want is an explanation of voting inconsistencies. You need to provide your source of these inconsistencies and discuss them in your letter. This is just antagonistic cheerleading without it.
Good luck. I generally agree, or at least don’t disagree, with half the things your candidate says.

Thomas Cole
Thomas Cole
5 months ago
Reply to  Trent Moore

Thank you for the reasoned response. Our election data analysis is based strictly from the county SOV… Statement of votes as they call it. 

In one phase of our work, we have compared the 2016 37th district elections SOV data to 2020 37th district elections SOV data. That is the only data available because, well that’s all the government will release. We have worked through that data to extract these wholly accurate numbers shown in our data release letter.  

The questions we ask are what any honest actuary would ask, when faced with these same anomalies. We can answer additional specific questions if you wish to direct them these pages. And perhaps you recall the suitcase video… https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/video?fr=yset_chr_syc_oracle&ei=UTF-8&p=Suitcase+election+fraud+videos&type=default#id=39&vid=3e0ba1a6fc0d85d68e6fedb0a5c9a560&action=view

We want to offer some transparency and will provide some proofs of our work and claims on the 37th election anomalies. These will be provided on our website under the soon to be added ’37th District Proofs’ tab at analytics805.com.

Thomas Cole JD

William Hicks
William Hicks
1 month ago
Reply to  Thomas Cole

Thank you for your efforts. Just honest and fair elections are what we should receive. Any doubt to the accuracy of an election puts further doubt that elections are worth a Citizens time to vote at all. That kind of doubt will destroy future elections. Timely answers are necessary.

Thomas cole
Thomas cole
8 days ago
Reply to  Trent Moore

Thx A good source on 2020 election fraud is the Big Steal.

My numbers came from government election numbers. We looked at 2016 district 37 numbers, R and D and then compared to 2020 numbers and found the D numbers went up 16,700 or about and the R numbers only increased by a thousand or so, thus the evidence was clear on that issue. Whether that equals fraud is only a guess. Without looking at ballots and matching signatures and registrations its only an educated guess.

As for Dominion, in the Big Steal is the sorted and infamous history of Dominion… And my take on defamation is its not defamation if you’re asking questions about election s and Doninion is a government agent/contractor hired to provide a constitutionaly mandated and secure voting service. … So we will ask away. And note Domion is fighting tooth and nail to not be investigated, to not show one speck of data… They are government agents basically and so the huge protest seems incriminating and illegal, except the shadow government is now protecting dominion and the fraudulent election. thx thomas Cole on an iphone

HB dgas
HB dgas
5 months ago

There’s so many “irregularities” and mathematical improbabilities, left over from the election, it will take law suits to get the answers. Especially, when many counties don’t want to be transparent, by turning over verifiable information. Very troubling.

Jesse
Jesse
5 months ago
Reply to  HB dgas

You should do everyone a favor and file your lawsuits if you believe they’re merited.

Stop being very troubled and stop being a victim. Start taking personal responsibility and start doing.

Bruce Boyer candidate for sheriff
Bruce Boyer candidate for sheriff
5 months ago
Reply to  Jesse

If you had ever filed a lawsuit, you would know that one needs to obtain the records to provid e the basis for the assertions made in ythe complaint.

Jesse
Jesse
5 months ago

George Miller says you already have the records.

https://www.citizensjournal.us/not-a-shred-of-evidence-of-election-fraud/

George Miller
George Miller
5 months ago
Reply to  Jesse

Jesse- you must be reading a different article. The one you referenced focused on the swing states fraud and only made passing reference to California:
 
“As a California election observer, I have seen my share of fraud, but it was less so and more driven by government rules and court rulings than polling place fraud. In the swing states this year, it was the worst ever. Perhaps it was very bad in the other states too, but they didn’t need the votes as badly or Biden had no chance there.”

That is not evidence, but a oblique, very general reference to some anomalies observed. It would require a listing of anomalies, along with legal discovery granted to compel depositions, affidavits, subpoenas to get the actual evidence. Some of the swing state fraud items were probably happening here, too, but I didn’t research it this time.

Election Integrity Project California has done the best research on CA anomalies, but has encountered resistance from local authorities. There are some articles about their activities in partnership with Judicial watch, in this publication. There are multiple lawsuits.

Thomas Cole
Thomas Cole
5 months ago

The point here I wish to make is:

One does not file a lawsuit to remedy a criminal action or more simply put, a crime.

Election fraud by officials, volunteers or voters are crimes, as you can see from our election fraud page.

And so we contend it’s a criminal matter. Sherrifs, District attorney, criminal courts are the legal route.

George
George
5 months ago

It is clear that Trump motivated A LOT of people to vote. The fact is, more than anything else he motivated AN ENORMOUS NUMBER of people to vote Democrat who may otherwise have been indifferent. This ain’t rocket surgery. It’s the bleedin obvious.

jjjjj
jjjjj
5 months ago
Reply to  George

Totally disagree with you!

George
George
5 months ago
Reply to  jjjjj

Disagree all you like. Someone has to be the minority and in this instance it’s you.

Lee
Lee
5 months ago
Reply to  George

If everything is fine why aren’t they releasing everything to prove it instead of fighting to prevent audits of the voting machines and the ballots.

C E Voigtsberger
C E Voigtsberger
1 month ago
Reply to  Lee

I agree 100%, Lee. If one has nothing to hide in the administration of the people’s business, then why not let it all hang out? Doesn’t make any sense to obfuscate and dodge releasing the information. It merely generates distrust in some of us. If there is nothing to hide, deluge him with all the statistics he wants. Governments certainly don’t hesitate to waste money if it is something they want, like spending money for a ballot measure that goes down in flaming defeat. So what if it busts the Registrar’s 2021 budget? It clears the air and doesn’t foment the distrust that presently is being generated.

Unfortunately, the present Registrar of Voters is weak on the law. He was the judge who was censured by the Judicial Council for his failure to observe the tenets laid down in the Fourth Amendment in his courtroom. Apparently he didn’t learn the lesson in that episode.

Mike Smith
Mike Smith
3 months ago
Reply to  George

It’s not about Trump. It never was.

America was on the ballot in 2016 and 2020.

As we are being reminded every day.

William Hicks
William Hicks
1 month ago
Reply to  Mike Smith

So True!

It’s the future of elections at all that are at stake, regardless of political party.

Rams Guy
Rams Guy
5 months ago

Loser.

VCSurfer
VCSurfer
5 months ago

AD37 is just the tip of the iceberg. Its dramatic sudden, extremely lopsided increase in dem voters is due to poor control of the voter registration system, but nowhere as near as bad as the “swing state” mess.