According to Tamoria Jones, the Chief of Staff for State Rep. Harold Dutton, Jr., “When Harold see’s blood, he doesn’t give a ‘f_ck’ what side you’re on. He’s like I am going after everybody,” she said. “If you were against me,” she said, speaking of her boss. “Or if ‘I felt like you were against me – I’m going after you,” she told “DOWNTOWN” Oliver Brown in a secretly recorded audio tape while the two were sharing drinks together. You can also listen to the audio on YouTube, if you like.
Signature Comparisons Isn't Enough to Prevent Fraudulent Activity Whereas Absentee Mail-Ballots is Concerned in Texas
According to Colleen M. Vera: “My original plan had been to compare the voter’s signature on the ballot by mail application to the voter’s signature on the ballot envelope to see if any may not have been signed by the same person. But I found so many other issues that I got sidetracked from the signatures.
Unlike some other states, Texas does not require photocopies of ID to accompany the ballot by mail application. The only “security” Texas statute has in place for ballots by mail is a comparison of the voter’s signature on the application to the voter’s signature on the ballot envelope. Previous signatures going back 6 years may be compared if needed. If the signatures could have been written by the same person, the ballot is approved.
After reviewing all the applications from Dutton’s race, I have concerns that Texas needs much more ACTUAL SECURITY for our mail ballot system. Signature comparison isn't enough. - especially now that voters over 65 are receiving pre-printed applications for ballots by mail from the parties, candidates, and PACs. The only information the voter supplies is a signature - so that is all that can be compared.
In reviewing the pre-printed postcard applications from Dutton's race, we found numerous voters whose first or last names were the same as another voter, and their signatures were remarkably similar."
Some examples of signatures on applications for ballots by mail from TWO or MORE DIFFERENT VOTERS:
HANDWRITING SAMPLE "A"
What you are looking at below in "SAMPLE A" is the same (EXACT HANDWRITING) on multiple ballots by mail applications from precinct #259 (Deborah Adams' Precinct) from every year going back to 2008. Remember, that Harris County Precinct Chair and Judge for Precinct 259 is Deborah Adams who is presumed to be innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
HANDWRITING SAMPLE "B"
What you are looking at below in "SAMPLE B" is the same (EXACT HANDWRITING) on believed to be that of Deborah Adams, a Harris County Democratic Party Chair and Precinct Judge from precinct #259 from an Affidavit for a Provisional Voter ballot from Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Remember, that Harris County Precinct Chair and Judge for Precinct 259 is Deborah Adams who is presumed to be innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
AUBREY R. TAYLOR: "Please compare the handwriting in the document above, that's believed to be that belonging to Debra Adams, a Harris County Democratic Party Precinct Chair and Judge for Precinct 259. Document "B" is from Tuesday, November 6, 2012. Click here and review the 2-year investigation into "ABSENTEE BALLOT FRAUD" that was conducted by Colleen M. Vera for "TEXAS TRASH TALK" a website that's committed to "Cleaning up the waste and taking out the trash in government." But remember that all individuals listed on THIS PAGE are presumed to be innocent until they are proven guilty in a court of law.