Election Report On KY and GA
August 11th, 2020
August 2020 Election Report on KY and GA
2020 Election Alert for Kentucky and Georgia
Report on Continued Republican Election Engineering and that party’s maladministration
To the General Committee of the Middle Virginia Freeholders August, 2020
It is with great alarm as we in Virginia, have fallen quietly to the fraud of those who use the label of “Republican” as cover, for their destruction of our Life, Liberty and Pursuit of Happiness. We continue try to warn other voters in other states of the exact same electioneering perpetrated by the Republican Party elite and controllers. Their plan for the destruction of our nation, state-by-state, collaborating with major media outlets to lie about our nation’s political belief systems, which gives cover to the lie of “turning purple” or “turning blue”, is high treason at the least.
There are two states our Committee on Communication have chosen to investigate their election integrity, as we have seen and heard of an ever-expanding election and voter fraud having taken place in recent elections. These would be in the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the State of Georgia.
The analysis is similar on each of their 2018 election candidate populations. We have chosen to look specifically into the Georgia State House races. We will see how many races the Republican Party refused to run candidates in. We will then make a projection onto the coming 2020 election results based on how many candidates the Republican Party refused to run this election primary season and what that may do to the balance of power in that state body. We will only make a projection based upon the idea that honest elections with 100% integrity will exist. Races that we judged as “too close to call”, will be added to the projected totals with the expectation that their thin margins from the primary performance, will continue. They will however, be suspect for voter fraud and/or election fraud are bound to take place.
From the State House races that are not populated by Republican Candidates, a list will become evident of District races that are open to the public for a concerned citizen to launch a write-in campaign as there is still time for that to take place.
You can always tell, you are speaking with Republican or Democrat Party election engineers, when you hear or see them try to explain why they do not run candidates in certain places as they “give up” on places based on demographics or the amount of government control involved in cities or suburbs or vis versa with the rural areas and suburbs. Is that not racist in itself? Is that what a political party is? You would expect that if the message of a party is for some type of parallel of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, that their message is good and valid in every corner of our nation, state and locality. If it is not, then why would anybody want to vote for one of their candidates? How good is that party if its message isn’t good enough to sell to everybody? Who would want to vote for candidates of a party that begins its election process by giving up before the fight of ideas begins? Where is the duty of representing your community?
The days of the political party were over before they started, if you read Common Sense by Thomas Paine and the Virginia Declaration of Rights. The following political party activities are sadly not limited to the next two states. There is great evidence that election engineering is in every state in our nation.
If you can, find the districts in your state where Republicans are not running candidates and run as a write-in candidate. It takes about $300 to get a website going. As of this writing in August, you have two and half months to get it going. Get a few bumper stickers made and drive them around your local district. You will see that a few of the seats can be taken by a write-in vote. In the case of Georgia, just two or three seats of write-ins will be holding the State house body in check and can shut down any legislation that is out of the realm of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. Get the word out now while you still can. Get that website made up fast.
Looking into the last election of State House, Senate and Commonwealths Attorney’s offices, we see the Republican Party of Kentucky, has acted in the same model as the Republican Party of Virginia in the past two or more decades. They are very quietly cutting the number of candidates to face the Democrats, guaranteeing a passing of power to the Democrats, as has been done in Virginia and now the people of Virginia have LOST rights because of their trust of a corrupted system, they refused to question. Virginians this next election will see for themselves that they do not have the chance to run write-ins for vacancies and no opposition to Democrats will ever win again under their current Government. The election fraud by the new Virginia laws guarantees Communist control of Virginia, until the people of Virginia act to replace it, with a convention from a Congress of Counties.
The people of Kentucky, need to look at their 2020 candidates and compare that list of races without Republican Candidates to this list below from 2018. Information is from the Kentucky State Board of Elections.
2018 Kentucky State Wide Election
State Senate had 19 seats up for election. No Republican Party Candidate in the 10th. One Race 5%
State Representatives had 100 seats up for election. There was no Republican Party Candidate for these districts: 28th, 39th, 41st, 70th, 75th, 94th, 99th. 7 Races 7%
State Commonwealths Attorney had 36 seats up for election. There was no Republican Party candidate in these districts: 1st, 5th, 10th, 11th, 15th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st, 25th, 36th, 39th, 42nd, 43rd, 45th, 50th, 56th.
That is 17 Races with No Republican Candidate at 47% of the races.
2018 State Wide Election
State Senate out of 56 races, these 15 districts had NO REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: 2nd, 5th, 10th, 12th, 15th, 22nd, 26th, 33rd, 35th, 36th, 39th, 41st, 42nd, 43rd, 44th.
That comes out to roughly 26% of the races had NO REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE. This lack of concern by the Republican Party, gave them a 35 to 21 advantage over the Democrats. 15 of that 21-seat population was a giveaway to the Democrats.
State House of Representatives out of 180 races, these 52 districts had NO REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: 38th, 42nd, 53rd, 55th, 56th, 57th, 58th, 59th, 60th, 61st, 62nd, 63rd, 64th, 65th, 66th, 74th, 75th, 76th, 77th, 78th, 82nd, 83rd, 84th, 85th, 86th, 87th, 88th, 89th, 91st, 92nd, 03rd, 94th, 96, 99th, 100th, 113th, 118th, 124th, 125th, 127th, 135th, 136th, 137th, 139th, 142nd, 143, 154th, 162nd, 163rd, 165th, 168th, 177th.
That comes out to 28.88% of the races had NO REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE.
That election left the Georgia House of Representatives with a 103-seat to 75 seat majority of Republicans over the Democrats. 52 of the 75 Democrat held seats, were given to them and the Republican Party, abandoned their charter to offer representation to all of the Georgia citizens in those districts. The Democrats do the same but in much smaller number numbers.
2020 State Wide Election Predictions
First, we will show the races that the Republican Party has offered no candidate, with the information based on registered Primary races. We can then project the performance of those primary results between those who voted for a Republican Candidate and Democrat Candidate as to who would win those races in the General Election based on their primary performances. There are a number of districts that we decided were “to-close-to call” if they had differences of less that 1,000 votes. All projections are proposed as being tentative because it would rely on Zero percent voter fraud and election fraud, which we all know is not obtainable, though it is approachable through responsible laws and monitoring.
There is one US House seat that has no Republican Candidate in Georgia, that is in the 1st District.
State Senate has 56 races this November. The Republican Party has fielded NO CANDIDATE in these 14 districts: 2nd, 5th, 10th, 15th, 22nd, 26th, 33rd, 34th, 35th, 36th, 38th, 39th, 42nd, 55th.
This leaves 25% of the 2020 Georgia State Senate races having NO REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE. These will be 14 Free Wins for Democrats. A difference of 1 less uncontested over the 2018 election.
The biggest shock is the quiet and suspected purposeful relinquishing of the massive Republican Majority that exists in the Georgia State House of Representatives to the Democrat Party. In a US Presidential election year and knowing full well that legitimate voter participation is at an all time high, the Republican Party has offered fewer candidates in these races than ever before. This can only be done on purpose and sadly, nobody in the Republican Party or the Democrat Party in any state in our union, is accountable for their obvious maladministration. Here are the shocking Primary figures.
State House of Representatives have 180 races this November. The Republican Party has fielded NO CANDIDATE in these 55 districts: 38, 42, 53, 55, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62, 64, 65, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 94, 96, 99, 100, 111, 113, 118, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 135, 136, 137, 139, 142, 143, 153, 154, 163, 163, 165, 168, 177.
That leaves more than 30% of the House races in Georgia having no Republican candidate. That is an increase of 3 races that have no GOP candidate.
Using the primary participation results from both parties of earlier this year, we project the Republicans will loose 20 seats to Democrats and races they do not put up a candidate. That leaves them with 83 “wins” in contested races.
The Democrats will increase their current position of 75 seats to 81 seats and mostly because the Republicans refused to field candidates.
This leaves 16 races in the Georgia House elections as “too close to call” as these races have primary totals between Democrat and Republican voters of less than 1,000 votes.
These districts are: 34 Leans R, 43 Leans D, 44 Leans D, 45 Leans R, 47 Leans D, 67 Leans R, 73 Leans R, 97 Leans D, 98 Leans R, 110 Leans R, 117 Leans D, 132 Leans D, 138 Leans R, 145 Leans D, 147 Leans R and 164 Leans D.
This leaves 8 races leaning Republican and 8 races leaning Democrat. These are the races most likely to see some type of fraud. If they come out with these leaders taking their respective races, the Georgia house will be 91 Republicans and 89 Democrats. This is the same type of false friction that the Republican Party constructed in the last two decades of election engineering and sold to the public under the guise and lies of “Virginia is turning purple”, “The immigration has changed demographics”, “it’s because of jerrymandering”, etc.
The real power play over the people of the United States, has been out in the open and never questioned or analyzed.
The people of Georgia, Kentucky and other states where their election laws are still in tact and not having been destroyed as they are now in Virginia, must seek out these races that have no opposing candidates and begin their “write-in” campaigns immediately. With a slim margin of 91 to 89 and 55 seats the Republicans alone have refused to put up a candidate, you would need only two “write-in” candidates to win and three “write-in” candidates would have full control over any legislation that is “party line” supported. To achieve those three seats, at least 30 of the 55 open races should have “write-in” candidate campaigns.
Georgia election information comes from their Secretary of State division.
Good luck to those few other free states left in our nation.