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Prisons of Pleasure or Pain: Huxley’s “Brave New World” vs. Orwell’s “1984” – TheTollOnline.com

Prisons of Pleasure or Pain:  Huxley’s “Brave New World” vs. Orwell’s “1984”

Prisons of Pleasure or Pain: Huxley’s “Brave New World” vs. Orwell’s “1984”

 

April 21, 2017

 

by Uncola:

 

 

 

Definition of UTOPIA

1: an imaginary and indefinitely remote place

2: a place of ideal perfection especially in laws, government, and social conditions

3:   an impractical scheme for social improvement

 

Definition of DYSTOPIA

1: an imaginary place where people lead dehumanized and often fearful lives

2: literature: anti-utopia

Merriam-Webster.com

 

 

 

 Many Americans today would quite possibly consider Aldous Huxley’s “Brave New World” to be a utopia of sorts with its limitless drugs, guilt-free sex, perpetual entertainment and a genetically engineered society designed for maximum economic efficiency and social harmony. Conversely, most free people today would view Orwell’s “1984” as a dystopian nightmare, and shudder to contemplate the terrifying existence under the iron fist of “Big Brother”; the ubiquitous figurehead of a perfectly totalitarian government.

 

Although both men were of British descent, Huxley was nine years older than Orwell and published Brave New World in 1932, seventeen years before 1984 was released in 1949. Both books are widely considered classics and are included in the Modern Library’s top ten great novels of the twentieth century.

 

 

 

Brave New World

 

Aldous Huxley was born to academic parents and he was the grandson of Thomas Henry Huxley, a famous biologist and an enthusiastic proponent of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution who was known as “Darwin’s Bulldog”. Huxley’s own father had a well-equipped botanical laboratory where young Aldous began his education. Given the Huxley family’s appreciation for science, it makes perfect sense that Brave New World began in what is called the “Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Centre” where human beings are artificially grown and genetically predestined into five societal castes consisting of: Alpha, Beta, Gamma, Delta and Epsilon.

 

Initially, the story centers on Bernard Marx, who is a slightly genetically flawed Alpha Plus psychologist with an inferiority complex due to his short stature. By the end of the novel, however, the protagonist becomes a boy named “John the Savage” who is the bastard child of the “Director of the Central London Hatchery”, and a lady named Linda, who naturally birthed John on a remote American Indian Reservation. When Bernard discovers the true identities of John and Linda, he arranges to fly them back to London in order to leverage his position with John’s biological father, the Hatchery Director.

 

Bernard is in love with a beautiful fetus technician named Lenina Crowne, who, upon meeting John the Savage falls madly in lust. Lenina is a gal who enjoys multiple lovers because, in the Brave New World, “everyone belongs to everyone else”. In other words, sexual promiscuity is encouraged as sort of a societal “pressure relief valve” designed to discourage negative emotions such as jealousy and envy. John the Savage, however, suppresses his sexual attraction to Lenina because he considers her a slut.

 

Eventually, John’s sexual repression contributes to him violently attacking some children of the Delta caste who were waiting in line for their “Soma”, a mood-altering drug; and the outburst causes both Bernard and John to be brought before the powerful Mustapha Mond, who is one of ten world controllers. A debate ensues between John and Mr. Mond who explains to the Savage that a stable society requires the controlled suppression of science, religion, and art. John, who is an avid admirer of William Shakespeare, argues that human life is not worth living without these things.

 

In Brave New World, the State achieves a harmonic equilibrium via the economic parity of production and consumption while utilizing Eugenics as a means to counterbalance the life and death of the citizens. Technology is employed as a means of control in lieu of any search for scientific, or spiritual, truth; as these are considered a threat to the established order. People are cloned in hatcheries in accordance to the needs of the State and trained into obedience through “Hypnopedia”, or sleep-teaching. Happiness is valued over dignity and morality, and emotions are regulated through the use of the drug, Soma, amid constant entertainment including superficial games and virtual reality venues called the “feelies”. Although there is no God or religion, per se, in Brave New World, Henry Ford is canonized in the place of a deity as a testament to corporate efficiency, assembly line production and rampant consumerism.

 

 

 

1984

 

Like Huxley, George Orwell also envisioned a future where government monitored and controlled every aspect of human life; yet the world is much more terrifying in 1984. Orwell actually volunteered and fought in the Spanish Civil War in 1936 before being injured by a sniper’s bullet in May of 1937; it was there where he witnessed, first-hand, the ghastly barbarism of political fascism. Moreover, he previously observed the rise of Joseph Stalin in the Soviet Union and, later, Adolf Hitler in Germany. In turn, Orwell published Animal Farm in 1945 and four years later, his novel 1984, as literary warnings to mankind.

 

The setting of 1984 takes place in a futuristic, post-apocalyptic Great Britain which, at that time, was part of “Oceania”; one of three world super-states all engaged in never-ending warfare. The protagonist of the novel is Winston Smith, a middle-class member in the Outer Party of INGSOC, a totalitarian regime led by the figurehead known only as “Big Brother”.

 

Winston works in the Records Department of the “Ministry of Truth” where he revises history on behalf of the Party while under constant surveillance both at work and home. Everywhere he goes; there are posters with a photo of the party’s leader and the words: “BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU”. In an act of rebellion, Winston acquires a diary and begins to record what Big Brother and the INGSOC party would label as “crimethink” and “thoughtcrime”.

 

Eventually, Winston meets and falls in love with a beautiful coworker named Julia, and they engage in what they believe to be a secret affair whereby they have illicit sex as a form of political rebellion. In 1984, the Party members living in Oceania are brainwashed to have sex only for procreation and this is how sexual repression is channeled into enthusiasm for the State.

 

Under the threat of detection by the “Thought Police”, torture and even “vaporization”, which would eliminate every last vestige of proof he ever existed, Winston persists in his rebellion against the Party with certain fatalism. In fact, just before he and Julia are captured by the militant, jackbooted INGSOC Party authoritarians, Winston told Julia “we are the dead”; to which she replied the same words back to him.

 

Throughout Orwell’s dark narrative, various themes are explored such as “Newspeak” which is a language of mind control; the terrifying tyranny of totalitarianism; historical revisionism; torture, and psychological manipulation. The INGSOC Party’s prisonlike control and complete invasion of individual privacy is such that a citizen’s own facial expression could betray their inner disloyalty to the Party through what Orwell labeled as “crimeface”:

 

 

 

Your worst enemy, he reflected, was your own nervous system. At any moment the tension inside you was liable to translate itself into some visible symptom.

– Winston Smith, 1984, part 1, chapter 6

 

 

 

Orwell was near prophetic in describing the proliferation of listening devices in both public and private settings as well as “telescreens”, which simultaneously broadcast propaganda while relaying live video feeds back to the Party watchers. In Orwell’s chilling story, free will and individuality are sacrificed to the extreme demands of Collectivism and in deference to complete societal control by an authoritarian government.

 

 

 

Compared and Contrasted

 

In both, Brave New World and 1984, common themes are addressed including government, orthodoxy, social hierarchy, economics, love, sex, and power. Both books portray propaganda as a necessary tool of government to shape the collective minds of the citizenry within each respective society and towards the specific goals of the state; to wit, stability and continuity.

 

In Brave New World, The “Bureaux of Propaganda” shared a building with the “College of Emotional Engineering” and all media outlets including radio, television, and newspaper. Much of the brainwashing of the citizens in Huxley’s world included messaging to stay within their genetically predetermined castes or to encourage the daily use of the drug, Soma, in order to anesthetize emotional agitation:

 

 

 

a gramme in time saves nine

A gramme is better than a damn

One cubic centimetre cures ten gloomy sentiments

When the individual feels, the community reels.

 

 

 

The “Ministry of Truth”, in 1984, also known as “minitrue” in Newspeak, served as the propaganda machine for Big Brother and the INGSOC regime. Although its main purpose was to rewrite history in order to realign it with Party doctrine and make the Party look infallible, the Ministry of Truth also promoted war hysteria in order to unite the citizens of Oceania while broadcasting simple messages designed to discourage any self-determination or autonomous thought.

 

 

 

Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.

 

war is peace

freedom is slavery

ignorance is strength

 

 

 

Whereas the citizens of Brave New World used the drug Soma and cursory material distractions to vanquish any desire for real knowledge or truth; the “memory hole” in 1984 was a chute connected to an incinerator and served as the mechanism by which the Ministry of Truth would abolish historical archives as if they never existed.

 

In other words, truth was unimportant to the citizens of Brave New World and it was summarily rescinded from the realm of 1984.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Furthermore, in order to additionally fill the empty existence of those living in Brave New World, Huxley envisioned a character by the name of Helmholtz Watson as a creator of hypnopaedic phrases designed to fill the mental and emotional vacuum vacated by knowledge:

 

 

 

Alpha children wear grey. They work much harder than we do, because they’re so frightfully clever. I’m really awfuly glad I’m a Beta, because I don’t work so hard. And then we are much better than the Gammas and Deltas. Gammas are stupid. They all wear green, and Delta children wear khaki. Oh no, I don’t want to play with Delta children. And Epsilons are still worse. They’re too stupid to be able to read or write. Besides, they wear black, which is such a beastly colour. I’m so glad I’m a Beta.

– BNW, Chapter 2, pg. 27

 

 

 

In 1984, however, Orwell conceived of a character named Syme, who was an enthusiastic Newspeak redactor of language:

 

 

 

It’s a beautiful thing, the destruction of words.

 

Don’t you see that the whole aim of Newspeak is to narrow the range of thought? In the end we shall make thoughtcrime literally impossible, because there will be no words in which to express it. Every concept that can ever be needed will be expressed by exactly one word, with its meaning rigidly defined and all its subsidiary meanings rubbed out and forgotten.

– Syme, 1984, part 1, chapter 5

 

 

 

 

In Brave New World, Helmholtz Watson worked to fill the mind of people with hypnotic messages. In 1984, Syme strived to remove words from the English language in order to eliminate what the Party considered to be “thoughtcrime”.

 

Although the methodologies varied, mind control was prevalent throughout both the fictional worlds of Huxley and Orwell.

 

Social hierarchies were also present in both futuristic novels. The citizens of Brave New World consisted of the Alpha caste which held the highest jobs in the world state, and Betas, who were allowed to interact with the Alphas. The Gamma’s were considered to have average intelligence, they were eight inches shorter than Alpha’s in height, and they maintained the office jobs and held administrative positions. The Delta’s were trained from a very young age to despise books and were conditioned to work in manufacturing, while the Epsilon caste members were considered as morons who performed the menial labor within the lowest strata of society.

 

Although 1984 doesn’t have a caste system, per se, the citizenry were still separated into three groups: the Inner Party, the Outer Party, and the Proles, or the proletariat. The Proles constituted 85% of the population and were allowed privacy and anonymity, yet they lived in extreme privation in pursuit of bread and circuses.

 

 

 

As the Party slogan put it: ‘Proles and animals are free.’

– ”1984”: part 1, chapter 7

 

 

 

Although both Inner and Outer Party members of 1984’s Oceania lived under constant surveillance, the members of the Inner party led lives of relative luxury compared to the middle-class lifestyle of those within the Outer Party. Additionally, the members of the Outer Party were denied sex, other than within marriage and for the sole purposes of procreation. They were also denied motorized transportation and were allowed cigarettes and gin as their only vices.

 

Governments of both Brave New World and 1984 also filtered information and propaganda in accordance to the class ranking of their citizens.

 

In Brave New World, the separate castes, except for the Epsilons who couldn’t read, received their own newspapers delivering specific propaganda for each class of society; whereas the INGSOC party members of 1984 were allowed newspapers and to view broadcasted reports of world news via their telescreens.

 

Even though there is no actual organized religion described in either book, there were deities endorsed by the government, primarily for economic reasons, and complete with mandated rigorous orthodoxies.

 

Again, the aforementioned god of Brave New World was called “Ford”, after Henry Ford, in celebration of his efficient assembly-line production of goods that was worshiped by both the overseers and citizenry of the world state.

 

In 1984, Big Brother served as the almighty “beginning and end”, creator, judge, grand architect and savior for the INGSOC party disciples.

 

In Huxley’s vision of the future, the higher power of consumerism guided the people; complete with memorized short phrases designed to encourage the replacement of material items in lieu of repairing them; and, those wearing older clothes were shamed into purchasing new apparel:

 

 

 

Ending is better than mending.

The more stitches, the less riches.

BNW, Chapter 3, pg. 49

 

 

 

Orwell, on the other hand, considered war as the means by which a collectivist oligarchy could maintain a hierarchical society by purging the excess production of material goods from the economy; thus, keeping the masses impoverished and ignorant by denying them the surplus “spare time” that is afforded via the convenience of modern technology:

 

 

 

The essential act of war is destruction, not necessarily of human lives, but of the products of human labour. War is a way of shattering to pieces, or pouring into the stratosphere, or sinking in the depths of the sea, materials which might otherwise be used to make the masses too comfortable, and hence, in the long run, too intelligent.

— Emmanuel Goldstein, ”1984”: part 2, chapter 9

 

 

 

 

 

 

The futuristic societies envisioned by Huxley and Orwell, additionally, both discouraged romantic love, yet diverged on the subject of sex. As mentioned earlier, Brave New World treated sex as a “pressure relief valve” remaining constantly open in order to release any negative emotions like suspicion, distrust, jealousy, rage or envy. “Everyone belonged to everyone else”, so there was no need for secrets. Even children were encouraged to sexually experiment guilt free. Of course, sex was meant to be enjoyed only as a means of pleasure in Brave New World; as procreation was considered an anathema by the people and beneath the dignity of mankind.

 

In Orwell’s dark dystopia, however, promiscuous sex was encouraged among the proletariat and the Ministry of Truth even had a pornography division called “Pornosec”, which distributed obscene media for consumption by the Proles alone. Conversely, and also as mentioned prior, the members of the INGSOC party were required to abstain from sex; except for married couples attempting to procreate solely on behalf of the government.

 

In reading both books, it was also fascinating to see how both Huxley and Orwell painted their female protagonists, Lenina Crowne and Julia, respectively, as shallow nymphomaniacs.

 

Nevertheless, the procreative sterilized purity and casual sexual promiscuity of Brave New World along with 1984’s hierarchical rationing of sex, combined with the twisted morality of the INGSOC Party, represented the power of government invading into the most personal means of expression, and engenderment, between individuals of both worlds.

 

The concept of “everyone belongs to everyone else” in Brave New World allowed intimate acts to be considered merely as trivial recreation whereas the Party’s power over copulation in 1984, created a sense of fatalism within Winston and Julia as they made love knowing they were “the dead”.

 

In spite of any differences, both scenarios were the end result of extreme philosophical collectivism manifested into distorted and perverse destinies of speculative, future populations.

 

 

 

The Future is Now

 

For reasons described heretofore, many might consider Brave New World to be a utopian dream. In the context of individual autonomy, however, as well as the pursuit of truth, the opportunity for personal self-actualization, the dilemma of ethical considerations and the governmental dispensation of immoral law; Huxley’s vision of the future removes the lid of a veritable Pandora’s Box of questions. In reality, the societal structure as delineated in Brave New World would greatly resemble what could be called a “prison of pleasure” and, perhaps, even a “penitentiary of profligate practicality”.

 

Applying the same philosophical critique of 1984, and in similar fashion, Orwell’s nation-state of Oceana would be considered as a bona fide dystopian “prison of fear”.

 

As a matter of fact, both societies portray prisons of man’s own making, formed by governments following their own directions toward their respective future destinations. To say it another way: The road to hell is actually paved with bad intentions. As the Inner Party member (and administrator of torture), “Obrien”, admitted to Winston Smith in Room 101 of The Ministry of Love:

 

 

 

We know that no one ever seizes power with the intention of relinquishing it.Power is not a means; it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship. The object of persecution is persecution. The object of torture is torture. The object of power is power.

– Obrien, ”1984”: part 3, chapter 3

 

 

 

Both power structures in Brave New World and 1984 chose to diminish individual rights in order to achieve societal stability. To the governments of both super-states, their citizens were considered as mere “means to an end”; namely, the continuation of power.

 

 

 

Now I will tell you the answer to my question. It is this. The Party seeks power entirely for its own sake. We are not interested in the good of others; we are interested solely in power. Not wealth or luxury or long life or happiness; only power, pure power. What pure power means you will understand presently. We are different from all the oligarchies of the past in that we know what we are doing. All the others, even those who resembled ourselves, were cowards and hypocrites. The German Nazis and the Russian Communists came very close to us in their methods, but they never had the courage to recognize their own motives. They pretended, perhaps they even believed, that they had seized power unwillingly and for a limited time, and that just round the corner there lay a paradise where human beings would be free and equal. We are not like that.

– Obrien, ”1984”: part 3, chapter 3

 

 

 

This is a perfect description of mankind striving to be as gods; an attempt to create metaphysical law from carnal desire. Foregone were the virtues of mercy, humility, temperance, autonomy, self-reliance, and restraint.

 

Mustapha Mond, one of ten world controllers in Brave New World and the evil Obrien of 1984’s nation of Oceana, both knew what they were doing. They were fully conscious in order to exert complete control and ensure the continuation of their respective, fictional nation-states.

 

But, could this type of power consolidation occur in the real (non-literary) world?

 

To answer that question one only needs to study history then, go turn on all of the various “telescreens” in their private homes: Televisions, smartphones, tablets, lap-taps and desktop computers. Tyrannical regimes have been centralizing and fortifying ramparts of power from the time man first crushed grapes. And, obviously, as the exiled enemy of the State, Edward Snowden, has revealed, modernity is no antiserum to the cancerous systematization of power.

 

When considering the prosperous technological paradise of Brave New World, where the societal elite had unrestricted access to intercontinental transportation and private helicopters; where even the lower classes enjoyed pampered lives of perennial comfort, ceaseless entertainment, and eternal recreation; as compared to the dingy, post-apocalyptically war-torn, third-world existence of 1984; it becomes difficult not to view both Huxley and Orwell as prophets.

 

Indeed, both futures have come to pass and are merely economically separated and dispersed into diverse geographic locations.

 

Today, it is the westernized cultures of the world, including Asian nations like Japan and South Korea, that more closely resemble Brave New World, whereas vestiges of 1984 can be seen in the eastern bloc communist countries, China, North Korea and the Islamic societies of the middle-east.

 

Although Adam Smith’s “invisible hand” of Capitalism had created a rising economic tide that lifted many boats; much of the world’s population still languishes in squalor and will never rise from the muck.

 

Moreover, even the modernized nations today have sacrificed individual freedom upon the altar of Collectivism as political correctness stifles free speech; families suffocate beneath mountains of debt and United Nations Agenda 21 policies release a deluge of regulations causing extra-governmental autonomous innovation to collapse before the inexorable, gravitational pull of the hive-mind.

 

Corporations like Amazon, Google, Microsoft, Samsung and Apple have become the eyes and ears of Big Brother who is always watching, and ever listening.

 

To the sounds of mouse-clicks, once free people have “accepted” the “terms” of their surrender and have forfeited their liberty in the name of convenience. Like buzzing insects, the citizens of modern societies are caught in silicon honey traps mortgaged with plastic and electronically powered via USB cable nooses wrapped tightly around their collective throats.

 

The Technocratic Powers That Be wield weapons far more powerful than any time prior in history and soon, people will wake up to realize the electronic buzzing sound ringing in their ears was not emanating from their own wings, but rather, it was merely the sound of drones over their heads.

 

Like in Brave New World, science now rules supreme over ethics as medical professionals sell fetus organs to advance the cause of genetic research. The United States currently leads the world in illegal drug use and consumes near all of the global opioid supply; according to U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy:

 

 

 

In most countries, the use of opioid prescriptions is limited to acute hospitalization and trauma, such as burns, surgery, childbirth and end-of-life care, including patients with cancer and terminal illnesses. But in the United States, every adult in America can have “a bottle of pills and then some.

 

 

 

Just as 1984’s Ministry of Truth purveyed pornography to the Proles, statistics show at least 35% of all internet downloads and at least 30% of all data transferred across the internet are porn-related. Also similar to Huxley’s Brave New World, sex runs rampant throughout the modernized nations as cases of sexually transmitted disease have reached a record high in the United States.

 

In correlation to the ever-expanding gulf between rich and poor, strict adherence to orthodoxy now determines how high one can rise in the societies of the westernized nations, as political correctness defines the faith of the pantheistic disciples of Mother Earth in the form of Gaia worship; and social hierarchy is increasingly determined via the identity politics of the collectivist left. The American body politic has now witnessed the rise of the warrior cop and the militarization of domestic law enforcement, as interminable wars are eternally fought on foreign shores and sovereign nations are bombed under false pretense.

 

Even 1984’s “Victory Gin” has manifested in the form Russian Vodka within the eastern nations, as Oceania’s type of man-made orthodoxy silently drowns the human spirit in devastating despair, while contorted moralities overtake both the Christian and Islamic societies of the modern age.

 

Orwell defined “doublethink” as:

 

 

 

the power of holding two contradictory beliefs in one’s mind simultaneously, and accepting both of them

— Emmanuel Goldstein, ”1984”: part 2, chapter 9

 

 

 

Only in wealthy westernized nations do billionaires own multiple mansions, fly private jets and ride in eight-cylinder limousines to climate-change conferences where policies are decreed to lower the carbon footprint of the proletariat. Only in wealthy westernized nations, do ever-increasing numbers of women consider white men to be pigs while simultaneously striving to be their equals. And, only in the wealthy Christian nations of the northern hemisphere will citizens support a women’s right to third-trimester abortions, while rigorously and righteously battling for legislation to save endangered dung beetles.

 

Throughout Islamic societies, drinking alcohol and gambling is forbidden, but the governments and their citizens gladly tolerate canings, whippings, lashings, honor killings, suicide attacks, and the genital mutilation of young girls.

 

This does NOT prevent, however, the citizens of the wealthy Christian nations in the West to welcome with open arms, and in the name of “tolerance”, the pervading flood of Islamic immigrants.

 

The writings of Huxley and Orwell resonate by the echoes of history, over the canyons of time, and to the very cliff upon where mankind now stands. Propaganda daily spews via the machinations of five corporations which control 90% of all mainstream media channels. These companies toe the war-party line and wield their great powers of disinformation to contort facts or even censor the failures of the politicians whom they favor while, simultaneously, attacking their political enemies with lies and innuendo; even to the point of creating a phony election hacking narrative to satisfy their radioactive lust for war with nuclear powered enemies.

 

Even the characters of both Brave New World and 1984 are resonant of familiar archetypes from days gone by. Brave New World portrayed the character Bernard Marx as being short like Hitler, with a small man’s inferiority complex and complete with the surname of Karl Marx, the eponymous founder of Marxism.

 

The noble sounding Lenina Crowne’s name contains the surname of Vladimir Lenin, and Orwell’s portrayal of Julia does not seem overly diverse from former President’s Obama’s vision of “The Life of Julia”. Even the mustachioed, evil-eyed Big Brother from 1984’s dystopian nation of Oceana, looks eerily similar to just about every other tin-pot dictator who ever walked the earth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Art imitating life? Indeed.

 

Yet the irony fails to impress America’s young social justice warriors of the Millennial generation who have been raised on a steady diet of socialism, political correctness, and participation trophies; a far cry from the rugged individualists of previous American generations. In the 2016 U.S. Democratic Party Primaries, and with the same sense of vague dissatisfaction as exhibited by Huxley’s Bernard Marx, millions upon millions of rainbow worshipping Snowflakes, old and young alike, turned out in force to show their support for another Bernard: Bernard Sanders, a redistributionist of the line of Robin Hood who, in the spirit of Santa Claus, offered free college educations to all of Uncle Sam’s children.

 

Sadly, Big Brother is here to stay and, with time, he will only grow more bigly; regardless of any transitory elected politicians in the governments of the world’s “sovereign” nations today.

 

Although Aldous Huxley and George Orwell valiantly spun fictional narratives in order to warn the real world’s future citizens, they were not alone in their efforts.

 

On January 17, 1961, former President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned of an ever-encroaching “Military Industrial Complex” in his farewell address to the nation:

 

 

 

In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military-industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. We must never let the weight of this combination endanger our liberties or democratic processes. We should take nothing for granted. Only an alert and knowledgeable citizenry can compel the proper meshing of the huge industrial and military machinery of defense with our peaceful methods and goals, so that security and liberty may prosper together.

 

 

 

Exactly 100 days after Ike’s farewell, on April 27, 1961, John F. Kennedy spoke before the American Newspaper Publishers Association in an address that later became known as his “Secret Society” speech. In that address, he stated the following:

 

 

 

For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy that relies on covert means for expanding its sphere of influence: on infiltration instead of invasion, on subversion instead of elections, on intimidation instead of free choice, on guerrillas by night instead of armies by day. It is a system which has conscripted vast human and material resources into the building of a tightly knit, highly efficient machine that combines military, diplomatic, intelligence, economic, scientific and political operations. Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned, no rumor is printed, no secret is revealed. Without debate, without criticism, no Administration and no country can succeed– and no republic can survive. That is why the Athenian lawmaker Solon decreed it a crime for any citizen to shrink from controversy.

 

 

 

Thirty months after that speech, President Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963.

 

Many people consider Kennedy to have been the last American president not controlled by a financial global elite hell bent on world domination.

 

In one of the twentieth century’s minor ironies, Aldous Huxley died on the very same day that John F. Kennedy was killed. It was also the exact day C.S. Lewis, the British author, and Christian apologist, passed from this earth.

 

Coincidence? Only God knows.

Regardless, by 1984 all had been forgotten; and, in a Brave New World, none of it really matters anyway.

 

Prisons of Pleasure or Pain: Huxley’s “Brave New World” vs. Orwell’s “1984” – TheTollOnline.com.

The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI – MIT Technology Review

The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI

 

No one really knows how the most advanced algorithms do what they do. That could be a problem.

 

 

Last year, a strange self-driving car was released onto the quiet roads of Monmouth County, New Jersey. The experimental vehicle, developed by researchers at the chip maker Nvidia, didn’t look different from other autonomous cars, but it was unlike anything demonstrated by Google, Tesla, or General Motors, and it showed the rising power of artificial intelligence. The car didn’t follow a single instruction provided by an engineer or programmer. Instead, it relied entirely on an algorithm that had taught itself to drive by watching a human do it.

Getting a car to drive this way was an impressive feat. But it’s also a bit unsettling, since it isn’t completely clear how the car makes its decisions. Information from the vehicle’s sensors goes straight into a huge network of artificial neurons that process the data and then deliver the commands required to operate the steering wheel, the brakes, and other systems. The result seems to match the responses you’d expect from a human driver. But what if one day it did something unexpected—crashed into a tree, or sat at a green light? As things stand now, it might be difficult to find out why. The system is so complicated that even the engineers who designed it may struggle to isolate the reason for any single action. And you can’t ask it: there is no obvious way to design such a system so that it could always explain why it did what it did.

The mysterious mind of this vehicle points to a looming issue with artificial intelligence. The car’s underlying AI technology, known as deep learning, has proved very powerful at solving problems in recent years, and it has been widely deployed for tasks like image captioning, voice recognition, and language translation. There is now hope that the same techniques will be able to diagnose deadly diseases, make million-dollar trading decisions, and do countless other things to transform whole industries.

 

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But this won’t happen—or shouldn’t happen—unless we find ways of making techniques like deep learning more understandable to their creators and accountable to their users. Otherwise it will be hard to predict when failures might occur—and it’s inevitable they will. That’s one reason Nvidia’s car is still experimental.

Already, mathematical models are being used to help determine who makes parole, who’s approved for a loan, and who gets hired for a job. If you could get access to these mathematical models, it would be possible to understand their reasoning. But banks, the military, employers, and others are now turning their attention to more complex machine-learning approaches that could make automated decision-making altogether inscrutable. Deep learning, the most common of these approaches, represents a fundamentally different way to program computers. “It is a problem that is already relevant, and it’s going to be much more relevant in the future,” says Tommi Jaakkola, a professor at MIT who works on applications of machine learning. “Whether it’s an investment decision, a medical decision, or maybe a military decision, you don’t want to just rely on a ‘black box’ method.”

There’s already an argument that being able to interrogate an AI system about how it reached its conclusions is a fundamental legal right. Starting in the summer of 2018, the European Union may require that companies be able to give users an explanation for decisions that automated systems reach. This might be impossible, even for systems that seem relatively simple on the surface, such as the apps and websites that use deep learning to serve ads or recommend songs. The computers that run those services have programmed themselves, and they have done it in ways we cannot understand. Even the engineers who build these apps cannot fully explain their behavior.

This raises mind-boggling questions. As the technology advances, we might soon cross some threshold beyond which using AI requires a leap of faith. Sure, we humans can’t always truly explain our thought processes either—but we find ways to intuitively trust and gauge people. Will that also be possible with machines that think and make decisions differently from the way a human would? We’ve never before built machines that operate in ways their creators don’t understand. How well can we expect to communicate—and get along with—intelligent machines that could be unpredictable and inscrutable? These questions took me on a journey to the bleeding edge of research on AI algorithms, from Google to Apple and many places in between, including a meeting with one of the great philosophers of our time.

 

The artist Adam Ferriss created this image, and the one below, using Google Deep Dream, a program that adjusts an image to stimulate the pattern recognition capabilities of a deep neural network. The pictures were produced using a mid-level layer of the neural network.

Adam Ferriss

 

In 2015, a research group at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York was inspired to apply deep learning to the hospital’s vast database of patient records. This data set features hundreds of variables on patients, drawn from their test results, doctor visits, and so on. The resulting program, which the researchers named Deep Patient, was trained using data from about 700,000 individuals, and when tested on new records, it proved incredibly good at predicting disease. Without any expert instruction, Deep Patient had discovered patterns hidden in the hospital data that seemed to indicate when people were on the way to a wide range of ailments, including cancer of the liver. There are a lot of methods that are “pretty good” at predicting disease from a patient’s records, says Joel Dudley, who leads the Mount Sinai team. But, he adds, “this was just way better.”

 

At the same time, Deep Patient is a bit puzzling. It appears to anticipate the onset of psychiatric disorders like schizophrenia surprisingly well. But since schizophrenia is notoriously difficult for physicians to predict, Dudley wondered how this was possible. He still doesn’t know. The new tool offers no clue as to how it does this. If something like Deep Patient is actually going to help doctors, it will ideally give them the rationale for its prediction, to reassure them that it is accurate and to justify, say, a change in the drugs someone is being prescribed. “We can build these models,” Dudley says ruefully, “but we don’t know how they work.”

Artificial intelligence hasn’t always been this way. From the outset, there were two schools of thought regarding how understandable, or explainable, AI ought to be. Many thought it made the most sense to build machines that reasoned according to rules and logic, making their inner workings transparent to anyone who cared to examine some code. Others felt that intelligence would more easily emerge if machines took inspiration from biology, and learned by observing and experiencing. This meant turning computer programming on its head. Instead of a programmer writing the commands to solve a problem, the program generates its own algorithm based on example data and a desired output. The machine-learning techniques that would later evolve into today’s most powerful AI systems followed the latter path: the machine essentially programs itself.

At first this approach was of limited practical use, and in the 1960s and ’70s it remained largely confined to the fringes of the field. Then the computerization of many industries and the emergence of large data sets renewed interest. That inspired the development of more powerful machine-learning techniques, especially new versions of one known as the artificial neural network. By the 1990s, neural networks could automatically digitize handwritten characters.

But it was not until the start of this decade, after several clever tweaks and refinements, that very large—or “deep”—neural networks demonstrated dramatic improvements in automated perception. Deep learning is responsible for today’s explosion of AI. It has given computers extraordinary powers, like the ability to recognize spoken words almost as well as a person could, a skill too complex to code into the machine by hand. Deep learning has transformed computer vision and dramatically improved machine translation. It is now being used to guide all sorts of key decisions in medicine, finance, manufacturing—and beyond.

 

Adam Ferriss

 

The workings of any machine-learning technology are inherently more opaque, even to computer scientists, than a hand-coded system. This is not to say that all future AI techniques will be equally unknowable. But by its nature, deep learning is a particularly dark black box.

You can’t just look inside a deep neural network to see how it works. A network’s reasoning is embedded in the behavior of thousands of simulated neurons, arranged into dozens or even hundreds of intricately interconnected layers. The neurons in the first layer each receive an input, like the intensity of a pixel in an image, and then perform a calculation before outputting a new signal. These outputs are fed, in a complex web, to the neurons in the next layer, and so on, until an overall output is produced. Plus, there is a process known as back-propagation that tweaks the calculations of individual neurons in a way that lets the network learn to produce a desired output.

The many layers in a deep network enable it to recognize things at different levels of abstraction. In a system designed to recognize dogs, for instance, the lower layers recognize simple things like outlines or color; higher layers recognize more complex stuff like fur or eyes; and the topmost layer identifies it all as a dog. The same approach can be applied, roughly speaking, to other inputs that lead a machine to teach itself: the sounds that make up words in speech, the letters and words that create sentences in text, or the steering-wheel movements required for driving.

 

Ingenious strategies have been used to try to capture and thus explain in more detail what’s happening in such systems. In 2015, researchers at Google modified a deep-learning-based image recognition algorithm so that instead of spotting objects in photos, it would generate or modify them. By effectively running the algorithm in reverse, they could discover the features the program uses to recognize, say, a bird or building. The resulting images, produced by a project known as Deep Dream, showed grotesque, alien-like animals emerging from clouds and plants, and hallucinatory pagodas blooming across forests and mountain ranges. The images proved that deep learning need not be entirely inscrutable; they revealed that the algorithms home in on familiar visual features like a bird’s beak or feathers. But the images also hinted at how different deep learning is from human perception, in that it might make something out of an artifact that we would know to ignore. Google researchers noted that when its algorithm generated images of a dumbbell, it also generated a human arm holding it. The machine had concluded that an arm was part of the thing.

Further progress has been made using ideas borrowed from neuroscience and cognitive science. A team led by Jeff Clune, an assistant professor at the University of Wyoming, has employed the AI equivalent of optical illusions to test deep neural networks. In 2015, Clune’s group showed how certain images could fool such a network into perceiving things that aren’t there, because the images exploit the low-level patterns the system searches for. One of Clune’s collaborators, Jason Yosinski, also built a tool that acts like a probe stuck into a brain. His tool targets any neuron in the middle of the network and searches for the image that activates it the most. The images that turn up are abstract (imagine an impressionistic take on a flamingo or a school bus), highlighting the mysterious nature of the machine’s perceptual abilities.

 

This early artificial neural network, at the Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory in Buffalo, New York, circa 1960, processed inputs from light sensors.

 

Ferriss was inspired to run Cornell’s artificial neural network through Deep Dream, producing the images above and below.

Adam Ferriss

 

We need more than a glimpse of AI’s thinking, however, and there is no easy solution. It is the interplay of calculations inside a deep neural network that is crucial to higher-level pattern recognition and complex decision-making, but those calculations are a quagmire of mathematical functions and variables. “If you had a very small neural network, you might be able to understand it,” Jaakkola says. “But once it becomes very large, and it has thousands of units per layer and maybe hundreds of layers, then it becomes quite un-understandable.”

In the office next to Jaakkola is Regina Barzilay, an MIT professor who is determined to apply machine learning to medicine. She was diagnosed with breast cancer a couple of years ago, at age 43. The diagnosis was shocking in itself, but Barzilay was also dismayed that cutting-edge statistical and machine-learning methods were not being used to help with oncological research or to guide patient treatment. She says AI has huge potential to revolutionize medicine, but realizing that potential will mean going beyond just medical records. She envisions using more of the raw data that she says is currently underutilized: “imaging data, pathology data, all this information.”

 

After she finished cancer treatment last year, Barzilay and her students began working with doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital to develop a system capable of mining pathology reports to identify patients with specific clinical characteristics that researchers might want to study. However, Barzilay understood that the system would need to explain its reasoning. So, together with Jaakkola and a student, she added a step: the system extracts and highlights snippets of text that are representative of a pattern it has discovered. Barzilay and her students are also developing a deep-learning algorithm capable of finding early signs of breast cancer in mammogram images, and they aim to give this system some ability to explain its reasoning, too. “You really need to have a loop where the machine and the human collaborate,” -Barzilay says.

The U.S. military is pouring billions into projects that will use machine learning to pilot vehicles and aircraft, identify targets, and help analysts sift through huge piles of intelligence data. Here more than anywhere else, even more than in medicine, there is little room for algorithmic mystery, and the Department of Defense has identified explainability as a key stumbling block.

 

David Gunning, a program manager at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, is overseeing the aptly named Explainable Artificial Intelligence program. A silver-haired veteran of the agency who previously oversaw the DARPA project that eventually led to the creation of Siri, Gunning says automation is creeping into countless areas of the military. Intelligence analysts are testing machine learning as a way of identifying patterns in vast amounts of surveillance data. Many autonomous ground vehicles and aircraft are being developed and tested. But soldiers probably won’t feel comfortable in a robotic tank that doesn’t explain itself to them, and analysts will be reluctant to act on information without some reasoning. “It’s often the nature of these machine-learning systems that they produce a lot of false alarms, so an intel analyst really needs extra help to understand why a recommendation was made,” Gunning says.

This March, DARPA chose 13 projects from academia and industry for funding under Gunning’s program. Some of them could build on work led by Carlos Guestrin, a professor at the University of Washington. He and his colleagues have developed a way for machine-learning systems to provide a rationale for their outputs. Essentially, under this method a computer automatically finds a few examples from a data set and serves them up in a short explanation. A system designed to classify an e-mail message as coming from a terrorist, for example, might use many millions of messages in its training and decision-making. But using the Washington team’s approach, it could highlight certain keywords found in a message. Guestrin’s group has also devised ways for image recognition systems to hint at their reasoning by highlighting the parts of an image that were most significant.

One drawback to this approach and others like it, such as Barzilay’s, is that the explanations provided will always be simplified, meaning some vital information may be lost along the way. “We haven’t achieved the whole dream, which is where AI has a conversation with you, and it is able to explain,” says Guestrin. “We’re a long way from having truly interpretable AI.”

It doesn’t have to be a high-stakes situation like cancer diagnosis or military maneuvers for this to become an issue. Knowing AI’s reasoning is also going to be crucial if the technology is to become a common and useful part of our daily lives. Tom Gruber, who leads the Siri team at Apple, says explainability is a key consideration for his team as it tries to make Siri a smarter and more capable virtual assistant. Gruber wouldn’t discuss specific plans for Siri’s future, but it’s easy to imagine that if you receive a restaurant recommendation from Siri, you’ll want to know what the reasoning was. Ruslan Salakhutdinov, director of AI research at Apple and an associate professor at Carnegie Mellon University, sees explainability as the core of the evolving relationship between humans and intelligent machines. “It’s going to introduce trust,” he says.

 

 

Just as many aspects of human behavior are impossible to explain in detail, perhaps it won’t be possible for AI to explain everything it does. “Even if somebody can give you a reasonable-sounding explanation [for his or her actions], it probably is incomplete, and the same could very well be true for AI,” says Clune, of the University of Wyoming. “It might just be part of the nature of intelligence that only part of it is exposed to rational explanation. Some of it is just instinctual, or subconscious, or inscrutable.”

If that’s so, then at some stage we may have to simply trust AI’s judgment or do without using it. Likewise, that judgment will have to incorporate social intelligence. Just as society is built upon a contract of expected behavior, we will need to design AI systems to respect and fit with our social norms. If we are to create robot tanks and other killing machines, it is important that their decision-making be consistent with our ethical judgments.

To probe these metaphysical concepts, I went to Tufts University to meet with Daniel Dennett, a renowned philosopher and cognitive scientist who studies consciousness and the mind. A chapter of Dennett’s latest book, From Bacteria to Bach and Back, an encyclopedic treatise on consciousness, suggests that a natural part of the evolution of intelligence itself is the creation of systems capable of performing tasks their creators do not know how to do. “The question is, what accommodations do we have to make to do this wisely—what standards do we demand of them, and of ourselves?” he tells me in his cluttered office on the university’s idyllic campus.

He also has a word of warning about the quest for explainability. “I think by all means if we’re going to use these things and rely on them, then let’s get as firm a grip on how and why they’re giving us the answers as possible,” he says. But since there may be no perfect answer, we should be as cautious of AI explanations as we are of each other’s—no matter how clever a machine seems. “If it can’t do better than us at explaining what it’s doing,” he says, “then don’t trust it.”

 

The Dark Secret at the Heart of AI – MIT Technology Review.

Assange is Kill?

NEW INFORMATION BEEN ADDED. MORE SOURCES TO FOLLOW.

 

ALL THAT IS NEEDED TO DISPROVE THIS THEORY IS A SINGLE APPEARANCE FROM ASSANGE IN THE ECUADORIAN EMBASSY!

 

 

http://imgur.com/a/9Jmd5

 

http://archive.is/heCYT

 

IMAGES RELATED

 

 

CURRENTLY NO PROOF HE IS IN THE EMBASSY IN THE UK

 

SWEDISH PROSECUTOR AND HIS OWN LAWYER WEREN’T ALLOWED TO SEE HIM. COMMUNICATION THROUGH AMBASSADOR.

 

 

Posts off 4chan related to this

 

= =

 

Assange and the entire Wikileaks staff has been missing since Oct 15. 3 of his attorneys are dead along with the director of Wikileaks who died on Oct 22. The deadman switch seems to have gone off on Oct 21st (during the DDoS) and again a couple of times after (check dates of big DDoS attacks against the site and when it’s down). It seems like 1. Wikileaks is compromised 2. the keys to unlock some of the insurance files have been released and 3. they are trying very hard to stop people from finding them.

 

 

Anon has been working on this nonstop since Oct 15. All threads get slid or deleted and the people making progress go silent. As soon as they found relevant messages encoded in the blockchain, the mempool was flooded, incredibly high transaction fees started showing up and a high number of transactions with encoded disinformation were made. If you look at the deleted threads and the information posted on onion links, it looks like anon was able to unlock some of the files on Oct 27 and that more files are being secretly encoded into the blockchain and the new file directory on the Wikileaks site (the last change was last night). If you want to see anon’s work, google ’09-Nov-438498967 06:00′ or look for insurance/DMS threads on onion chans then look at the dates below.

 

If you are skeptical, download the latest insurance files posted: https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/796085225394536448

 

Run ‘scripts file | head -c 18′ and you will see that the files were not salted. All previously published insurance files have been salted.

 

Do ‘gpg –verify’ and you will see that the gpg signature is invalid.

 

= =

 

 

–SUMMARY– (Detailed timeline with sources listed after this summary)

 

Apr 16: John Jones QC, Assange’s U.N. Lawyer dies jumping in front of a train.

 

May 11: Michael Ratner, WikiLeaks’ chief counsel, dies of cancer.

 

Jul 10: Seth Rich, DNC staffer who supposedly leaked DNC documents to Wikileaks, is shot in the back and dies. Nothing is stolen from his body.

 

Aug 5: Edward Snowden (source of leaks on surveillance by the NSA) tweets 64 bit code (potential dead man’s switch)

 

It took 10 days before Snowden left another Tweet

 

Aug 10: Wikileaks offers $20k reward for information on murder of Seth Rich.

 

Oct 7: Podestamails leaks, first batch.

 

Oct 14: John Podesta tweets “I bet the lobster risotto is better than the food at the Ecuadorian Embassy”.

 

Oct 15: Joe Biden threatens Russia and blames them for Wikileaks – (Arrogant and open hostility)

 

Oct 16th/17: John Kerry visits the UK, personally pressures Equador to stop Assange from publishing documents about Clinton.

 

Oct 16/17: Wikileaks tweets SHA-256 prerelease keys.

 

Oct 16/17: Equadorian Embassy cuts off Assange’s internet access.

 

Oct 17: Wikileaks Volunteer tweets that Julian is ok… tweet is now deleted.

 

Oct 17: Embassy tells a caller they can’t comment on Assange being alive:

 

https://youtu.be/536IK7YhsGw

 

https://youtu.be/A_jhLcvoZqc

 

At the exact same time this was taking place, Manning had a group of guys try to break her out prison. Read her statement and see how the dates and times match:

 

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3213878-Binder2.html

 

http://archive.is/87WS5

 

Oct 18: Pamela Anderson visits Assange. Feeds him a vegan sandwich apparently???

 

Oct 18: Witnesses photograph and report heavily armed police and vans outside Ecuadorian Embassy, are barred from approaching and have cellphones confiscated. Live feeds are cut off.

 

Oct 18: Fox News reports Assange will be arrested in a matter of hours.

 

Oct 18: https://file.wikileaks.org/file made publicly visible, file dates/timestamps changed to 1984 (Orwell reference).

 

The message ‘The Insurance files may have just been released’ is shown for about an hour: https://i.imgur.com/6IMYfUK.png

 

http://archive.is/UTGVq

 

Oct 20: /r/wikileaks, /r/dncleaks, /r/wikileakstaskforce and /r/nsaleaks add 21 new moderators and remove previous mods, all threads about Assange going missing deleted since.

 

Oct 20/21: Wikileaks tweets 5 tweets with misspelled words. The incorrect letters spell “HELP HIM”. The Wikileaks twitter has never made a spelling error, let alone 5 in two days.

 

Oct 21: Massive DDoS attack on US internet. Wikileaks tweets to imply the attack originates from its supporters, asking them to stop, no evidence supports claim.

 

Oct 21: DDoS attack takes down Twitter.

 

At this point anon notices that the insurance keys were posted on several sites and deleted. People start trying to post the information but it is immediately deleted. Everyone takes refuge in onion threads that also disappear.

 

Oct 21: London Airport evacuated due to “chemical attack”, potentially used as cover to fly Assange out of country. (Conjecture but suspicious timing all the same)

 

Oct 22: Gavin MacFadyen (mentor to Assange and key player in Wikileaks) dies of lung cancer.

 

4TH PERSON RELATED TO WIKILEAKS NOW DEAD IN AS MANY MONTHS!!! MASSIVE RED FLAG!!!

 

Oct 23: Wikileaks Tweets poll asking how best to prove Assange is alive (he still hasn’t appeared on video or at the window since).

 

Oct 24: Wikileaks Tweets video of Assange and Michael Moore recorded in June.

 

Oct 24: Anon is able to find the deleted keys. They are posted and deleted again.

 

Oct 25: Someone comes into a thread and gives anon a hint about messages in the blockchain.

 

Oct 26: 4chan users successfully decode their first message in Wikileak’s blockchain. Threads are instantly flooded by shills saying that it’s not worth looking into. The blockchain is blocked with fees and 43000 unconfirmed transactions appear in the mempool.

 

Oct 27 (AM): Anon moves into an onion thread, posts code and a tutorial on decoding messages in the blockchain. Several files and messages are found.

 

Bitcoin 0.13.1 is released and a ‘soft fork’ begins:

 

https://bitcoin.org/en/release/v0.13.1

 

The blockchain is attacked: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/59qiyg/is_there_some_attack_going_whats_with_large/

 

Oct 27(PM): Several anon report losing their connection. Talk of v&s and black bagging begins. Someone posts that they discovered a flaw that allows anyone to retrieve the password from the files. Clues are dumped and the onion threads go silent. On Tox chat someone says someone unlocked some of the files, warns that FBI will announce that new evidence was found in someone’s computer and that a giant human trafficking operation would be exposed.

 

http://sli.mg/3srnQ3 – BASIC BLOCKCHAIN EXPLANATION

 

Oct 28: FBI announces they discovered new evidence on Anthony Weiner’s computer:

 

Oct 30: FBI begins posting their own leaks:

 

https://twitter.com/FBIRecordsVault

 

(Said Twitter been almost completely dead until now)

 

Oct 31 – Nov 2: Anon begins analyzing strange code words like ‘pizza’. Multiple connections are made.

 

Nov 3: Wikileaks confirms the validity of the information found:

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/794247777756860417

 

Nov 5: Manning’s statement [referenced Oct 17th] is released: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3213878-Binder2.html

 

Nov 6: Huge DDoS takes down Wikileaks for first time in years.

 

Nov 7: Various entities notice hundreds of Podesta and DNC emails are missing from recent leaks, accessed with direct entry.

 

Nov 8 (AM): New insurance files are posted: https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/796085225394536448

 

Nov 8 (PM): Trump wins.

 

Nov 8(AM-PM): Large numbers of cyber attacks target Saudi Arabia and Emirates: https://i.sli.mg/dGc3TG.png

 

Nov 9: A single file is changed on the file.wikileaks.org/torrent

 

Nov 10: Staff publicly states their concern for Assange’s continue silence after the election. Incorrectly states that insurance files are future leaks and refers to the ones posted on Nov 8. These are the first files to have filenames that reference their content: https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/5c8u9l/we_are_the_wikileaks_staff_despite_our_editor/

 

Suggested you use ((uTorrent)) to download the files

 

These are the previous insurance files:

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/2016-06-03_insurance.aes256.torrent

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/wikileaks-insurance-20120222.tar.bz2.aes.torrent

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/wlinsurance-20130815-A.aes256.torrent

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/wlinsurance-20130815-B.aes256.torrent

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/wlinsurance-20130815-C.aes256.torrent

 

https://web.archive.org/web/20100901162556/https://leakmirror.wikileaks.org/file/straw-glass-and-bottle/insurance.aes256

 

Nov 12: Assange meets with Swedish prosecutor regarding rape allegations, lawyers barred from attending, meeting meeting conducted via an Equadorian ambassador (not face to face)

 

REPEAT, NO FACE TO FACE

 

Nov 14: Wikileaks releases insurance files, SHA-256 hashes do not match those tweeted in October.

 

 

==DETAILED TIMELINE== LINKS PROVIDED – -

 

 

Apr 16: John Jones QC, Assange’s U.N. Lawyer dies jumping in front of a train.

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/722371220868571136

 

http://archive.is/1ZIWz

 

http://investmentwatchblog.com/wikileaks-lawyers-death-ruled-not-suicide/

 

http://archive.is/gDLFx

 

 

May 11: Michael Ratner, WikiLeaks’ chief counsel, dies of cancer.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Ratner#Death

 

http://archive.is/Diocv

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/12/us/michael-ratner-lawyer-who-won-rights-for-guantanamo-prisoners-dies-at-72.html

 

https://www.theguardian.com/law/2016/may/12/michael-ratner-obituary

 

http://archive.is/SEKl1

 

 

Jul 10: Seth Rich, DNC staffer who supposedly leaked DNC documents to Wikileaks, is shot in the back and dies. Nothing is stolen from his body.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Seth_Rich

 

http://archive.is/0EnQE

 

 

Aug 5: Edward Snowden (source of leaks on surveillance by the NSA) tweets 64 bit code (potential dead man’s switch)

 

https://qph.ec.quoracdn.net/main-qimg-1462e935a7aa6589a6b39a28db3fa285?convert_to_webp=true

 

(Since deleted off Twitter)

 

It took 10 days before Snowden left another Tweet

 

 

Aug 10: Wikileaks offers $20k reward for information on murder of Seth Rich.

 

http://www.infowars.com/wikileaks-offers-20k-reward-for-info-on-murdered-dnc-staffer/

 

http://archive.is/jyqiU

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/763063624579551232

 

http://archive.is/Ac2Nh

 

 

Oct 7: Podestamails leaks, first batch.

 

http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2016/10/07/wikileaks-releases-2050-emails-clinton-campaign-chief-john-podesta/

 

http://archive.is/CwOJq

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/784498891936915456?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

 

http://archive.is/G2TKG

 

 

Oct 14: John Podesta tweets “I bet the lobster risotto is better than the food at the Ecuadorian Embassy”.

 

http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2016/10/14/john-podestas-twitter-diss-of-wikileaks-editor-julian-assange-backfires-goes-viral/

 

http://archive.is/xrMkI

 

 

Oct 15: Joe Biden threatens Russia and blames them for Wikileaks – (Arrogant and open hostility)

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9M-fb9VIi0&ab_channel=SkyQuakes2012

 

 

Oct 16th/17: John Kerry visits the UK, personally pressures Equador to stop Assange from publishing documents about Clinton.

 

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2014-06-03/goldman-sachs-gets-ecuador-gold-as-correa-steps-up-hunt-for-cash

 

 

Oct 16/17: Wikileaks tweets SHA-256 prerelease keys.

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/787777344740163584

 

http://archive.is/9tPCU

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/787781046519693316

 

http://archive.is/n4H58

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/787781519951720449

 

http://archive.is/JeFom

 

 

Oct 16/17: Equadorian Embassy cuts off Assange’s internet access.

 

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/oct/17/ecuador-julian-assange-internet-access-wikileaks

 

http://archive.is/59GtU

 

http://bigstory.ap.org/article/6f997f97c5f140a29f385ea05f1b642c/wikileaks-assanges-internet-link-severed-state-actor

 

http://archive.is/IYSQB

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/787889195507417088

 

http://archive.is/HkISA

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/788369924175441920

 

 

Oct 17: Wikileaks Volunteer tweets that Julian is ok… tweet is now deleted.

 

[Archive source needed]

 

@kellykolisnik:

 

@JohnDeplo You can’t go in without an appointment. Julian is confirmed to be perfectly fine. Thanks for your support and for checking :)

 

 

Oct 17: Embassy tells a caller they can’t comment on Assange being alive:

 

https://youtu.be/536IK7YhsGw

 

https://youtu.be/A_jhLcvoZqc

 

At the exact same time this was taking place, Manning had a group of guys try to break her out prison. Read her statement and see how the dates and times match:

 

https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3213878-Binder2.html

 

http://archive.is/87WS5

 

 

Oct 18: Pamela Anderson visits Assange. Feeds him a vegan sandwich apparently???

 

http://thenewdaily.com.au/news/world/2016/11/15/pamela-anderson-assange/

 

http://archive.is/ZNLjB

 

http://time.com/4532939/pamela-anderson-julian-assage-vegan-lunch/

 

 

Oct 18: Witnesses photograph and report heavily armed police and vans outside Ecuadorian Embassy, are barred from approaching and have cellphones confiscated. Live feeds are cut off.

 

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-10-21/wikileaks-reveals-heavily-armed-police-gathering-outside-ecuadorian-embassy-london

 

http://archive.is/oQnSq

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/789493599121604609

 

http://archive.is/TTutx

 

http://www.trunews.com/article/wikileaks-armed-police-appear-at-ecuador-embassy-in-london

 

http://archive.is/HSwQD

 

(More sources needed to confirm)

 

 

Oct 18: Fox News reports Assange will be arrested in a matter of hours.

 

https://youtu.be/0T_h7pSVIFo (This doesn’t seem to have been reported anywhere else.)

 

 

Oct 18: https://file.wikileaks.org/file made publicly visible, file dates/timestamps changed to 1984 (Orwell reference).

 

The message ‘The Insurance files may have just been released’ is shown for about an hour: https://i.imgur.com/6IMYfUK.png

 

http://archive.is/UTGVq

 

 

Oct 20: /r/wikileaks, /r/dncleaks, /r/wikileakstaskforce and /r/nsaleaks add 21 new moderators and remove previous mods, all threads about Assange going missing deleted since.

 

https://www.reddit.com/r/WhereIsAssange/comments/5d7gif/psa_a_group_of_mods_were_all_added_to_wikileaks/

 

http://archive.is/7Xygg

 

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AssuredlyAThrowAway, SATXTAN, Here4Popcorn, crawlingfasta, GamingForHonor, kybarnet ALL added to 2 of these subreddits.

 

 

Oct 20/21: Wikileaks tweets 5 tweets with misspelled words. The incorrect letters spell “HELP HIM”. The Wikileaks twitter has never made a spelling error, let alone 5 in two days.

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/789078312043761665

 

http://archive.is/0Htlx

 

#imWithHer – im

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/789170993252081666

 

http://archive.is/OGWL5

 

Navel Intelligence – Naval – EL

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/789173501458456576

 

http://archive.is/oTPi1

 

wopper – wHopper – H

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/789456189851627522

 

http://archive.is/mDpQe

 

presumtive – presumptive – P

 

(Can’t seem to find all these tweets however this is more suspicious activity that lines up with the forming narrative of Wikileaks being under attack)

 

 

Oct 21: Massive DDoS attack on US internet. Wikileaks tweets to imply the attack originates from its supporters, asking them to stop, no evidence supports claim.

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/789574436219449345

 

http://archive.is/XqYuP

 

 

Oct 21: DDoS attack takes down Twitter.

 

At this point anon notices that the insurance keys were posted on several sites and deleted. People start trying to post the information but it is immediately deleted. Everyone takes refuge in onion threads that also disappear.

 

http://www.techtimes.com/articles/183218/20161021/cyber-attack-takes-down-netflix-twitter-spotify-more-east-coast.htm

 

http://archive.is/8bLCm

 

 

Oct 21: London Airport evacuated due to “chemical attack”, potentially used as cover to fly Assange out of country. (Conjecture but suspicious timing all the same)

 

http://time.com/4542496/london-city-airport-chemical-incident/

 

http://archive.is/Lv5KT

 

https://youtu.be/ViMVLplr8YM

 

 

Oct 22: Gavin MacFadyen (mentor to Assange and key player in Wikileaks) dies of lung cancer.

 

4TH PERSON RELATED TO WIKILEAKS NOW DEAD IN AS MANY MONTHS!!! MASSIVE RED FLAG!!!

 

https://www.rt.com/usa/363793-gavin-macfadyen-dies-wikileaks/

 

http://archive.is/JAZ24

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/790278989596295170

 

http://archive.is/bpq74

 

 

Oct 23: Wikileaks Tweets poll asking how best to prove Assange is alive (he still hasn’t appeared on video or at the window since).

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/790406530738913285

 

http://archive.is/7EDvG

 

 

Oct 24: Wikileaks Tweets video of Assange and Michael Moore recorded in June.

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/790394830979465216

 

http://archive.is/w1Hpu

 

Wikileaks also have this posted, AGAIN not proving Assange is alive.

 

https://twitter.com/SHO_TheCircus/status/790672953331425280

 

http://archive.is/OiA5B

 

 

Oct 24: Anon is able to find the deleted keys. They are posted and deleted again.

 

[SOURCE/CITATION NEEDED]

 

 

Oct 25: Someone comes into a thread and gives anon a hint about messages in the blockchain.

 

[SOURCE/CITATION NEEDED]

 

Oct 26: 4chan users successfully decode their first message in Wikileak’s blockchain. Threads are instantly flooded by shills saying that it’s not worth looking into. The blockchain is blocked with fees and 43000 unconfirmed transactions appear in the mempool.

 

[SOURCE/CITATION NEEDED]

 

 

Oct 27 (AM): Anon moves into an onion thread, posts code and a tutorial on decoding messages in the blockchain. Several files and messages are found.

 

Bitcoin 0.13.1 is released and a ‘soft fork’ begins:

 

https://bitcoin.org/en/release/v0.13.1

 

The blockchain is attacked: https://www.reddit.com/r/Bitcoin/comments/59qiyg/is_there_some_attack_going_whats_with_large/

 

Oct 27(PM): Several anon report losing their connection. Talk of v&s and black bagging begins. Someone posts that they discovered a flaw that allows anyone to retrieve the password from the files. Clues are dumped and the onion threads go silent. On Tox chat someone says someone unlocked some of the files, warns that FBI will announce that new evidence was found in someone’s computer and that a giant human trafficking operation would be exposed.

 

http://sli.mg/3srnQ3 – BASIC BLOCKCHAIN EXPLANATION

 

 

Oct 28 (A few hours later): FBI announces they discovered new evidence on Anthony Weiner’s computer:

 

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/10/29/us/politics/fbi-hillary-clinton-email.html?_r=0

 

 

Oct 30: FBI begins posting their own leaks:

 

https://twitter.com/FBIRecordsVault

 

(Said Twitter been almost completely dead until now)

 

 

Oct 31 – Nov 2: Anon begins analyzing strange code words like ‘pizza’. Multiple connections are made.

 

[SOURCE/CITATION NEEDED]

 

 

Nov 3: Wikileaks confirms the validity of the information found: https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/794247777756860417

 

 

Nov 5: Manning’s statement [referenced Oct 17th] is released: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/3213878-Binder2.html

 

 

Nov 6: Huge DDoS takes down Wikileaks for first time in years.

 

https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/795503927378722816

 

 

Nov 7: Various entities notice hundreds of Podesta and DNC emails are missing from recent leaks, accessed with direct entry.

 

 

Nov 8 (AM): New insurance files are posted: https://twitter.com/wikileaks/status/796085225394536448

 

Nov 8 (PM): Trump wins.

 

[Yeah you guys don’t need a source for this]

 

 

Nov 8(AM-PM): Large numbers of cyber attacks target Saudi Arabia and Emirates: https://i.sli.mg/dGc3TG.png

 

 

Nov 9: A single file is changed on the file.wikileaks.org/torrent

 

 

Nov 10: Staff publicly states their concern for Assange’s continue silence after the election. Incorrectly states that insurance files are future leaks and refers to the ones posted on Nov 8. These are the first files to have filenames that reference their content: https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/5c8u9l/we_are_the_wikileaks_staff_despite_our_editor/

 

Suggested you use ((uTorrent)) to download the files

 

These are the previous insurance files:

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/2016-06-03_insurance.aes256.torrent

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/wikileaks-insurance-20120222.tar.bz2.aes.torrent

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/wlinsurance-20130815-A.aes256.torrent

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/wlinsurance-20130815-B.aes256.torrent

 

https://file.wikileaks.org/torrent/wlinsurance-20130815-C.aes256.torrent

 

https://web.archive.org/web/20100901162556/https://leakmirror.wikileaks.org/file/straw-glass-and-bottle/insurance.aes256

 

 

Nov 12: Assange meets with Swedish prosecutor regarding rape allegations, lawyers barred from attending, meeting meeting conducted via an Equadorian ambassador (not face to face)

 

REPEAT, NO FACE TO FACE

 

https://www.theguardian.com/media/2016/nov/14/julian-assange-to-face-swedish-prosecutors-over-accusation

 

http://archive.is/3Rl9Y

 

 

Nov 14: Wikileaks releases insurance files, SHA-256 hashes do not match those tweeted in October.

 

 

If you truly care about Assange and the future of Wikileaks you should consider investigating the possibility of the DMS being activated. It might be the only leverage that can be used to bring him back safely.

 

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CURRENTLY NO PROOF HE IS IN THE EMBASSY IN THE UK

 

SWEDISH PROSECUTOR AND HIS OWN LAWYER WEREN’T ALLOWED TO SEE HIM. COMMUNICATION THROUGH AMBASSADOR.

 

= = = =

 

 

Other important related information#

 

https://wikileaks.ch/IMG/pdf/WikiLeaks_Response_v6.pdf

https://www.reddit.com/r/WhereIsAssange/

 

 

Assange is Kill? – Pastebin.com.

Vote as if your life depended upon it, because it does.

Here’s why:

Hillary has repeatedly said: “We should also work with the coalition and the neighbors to impose no-fly zones that will stop Assad from slaughtering civilians and the opposition from the air. Opposition forces  on the ground, with material support from the coalition, could then help create safe areas where Syrians could remain in the country, rather than fleeing toward Europe.”

This would mean that U.S. fighter-jets and missiles would be shooting down the fighter-jets and missiles of the Syrian government over Syria, and would also be shooting down those of Russia. The Syrian government invited Russia in, as its protector; the U.S. is no protector but an invader against Syria’s legitimate government, the Ba’athist government, led by Bashar al-Assad. The CIA has been trying ever since 1949 to overthrow Syria’s Ba’athist government — the only remaining non-sectarian government in the Middle East other than the current Egyptian government. The U.S. supports Jihadists who demand Sharia law, and they are trying to overthrow and replace Syria’s institutionally secular government. For the U.S. to impose a no-fly zone anywhere in Syria would mean that the U.S. would be at war against Russia over Syria’s skies.

Whichever side loses that conventional air-war would then have to choose whether to surrender, or instead to use nuclear weapons against the other side’s homeland, in order for it to avoid surrendering. That’s nuclear war between Russia and the United States.

 

Would Putin surrender? Would Hillary? Would neither? If neither does, then nuclear war will be the result.

Here are the two most extensive occasions in which Hillary has stated her position on this:

To the Council on Foreign Relations, on 19 November 2015:

      We should also work with the coalition and the neighbors to impose no-fly zones that will stop Assad from slaughtering civilians and the opposition from the air. Opposition forces on the ground, with material support from the coalition, could then help create safe areas where Syrians could remain in the country, rather than fleeing toward Europe.

      This combined approach would help enable the opposition to retake the remaining stretch of the Turkish border from ISIS, choking off its supply lines. It would also give us new leverage in the diplomatic process that Secretary Kerry is pursuing. …

      QUESTION: When you were secretary of state, you tended to agree a great deal with the then-Secretary of Defense Bob Gates. Gates was opposed to a no-fly zone in Syria; thought it was an act of war that was risky and dangerous. This seems to me the major difference right now between what the president — what Obama’s administration is doing and what you’re proposing.

      Do you not — why do you disagree with Bob Gates on this?

      CLINTON: Well, I — I believe that the no-fly zone is merited and can be implemented, again, in a coalition, not an American-only no-fly zone. I fully respect Bob and his knowledge about the difficulties of implementing a no-fly zone. But if you look at where we are right now, we have to try to clear the air of the bombing attacks that are still being carried out to a limited extent by the Syrian military, now supplemented by the Russian air force.

      And I think we have a chance to do that now. We have a no-fly zone over northern Iraq for years to protect the Kurds. And it proved to be successful, not easy — it never is — but I think now is the time for us to revisit those plans.

      I also believe, as I said in the speech, that if we begin the conversation about a no-fly zone, something that, you know, Turkey discussed with me back when I was secretary of state in 2012, it will confront a lot of our partners in the region and beyond about what they’re going to do. And it can give us leverage in the discussions that Secretary Kerry is carrying on right now.

      So I see it as both a strategic opportunity on the ground, and an opportunity for leverage in the peace negotiations. …

      QUESTION: Jim Ziren (ph), Madam Secretary. Hi. Back to the no- fly zone. are you advocating a no-fly zone over the entire country or a partial no-fly zone over an enclave where refugees might find a safe haven? And in the event of either, do you foresee see you might be potentially provoking the Russians?

      CLINTON: I am advocating the second, a no-fly zone principally over northern Syria close to the Turkish (ph) border, cutting off the supply lines, trying to provide some safe refuges for refugees so they don’t have to leave Syria, creating a safe space away from the barrel bombs and the other bombardments by the Syrians. And I would certainly expect to and hope to work with the Russians to be able to do that. [She expects Putin to join America’s bombing of Syria’s government and troops and shooting-down of Russia’s planes in Syria, but no question was raised about this.] …

      To have a swath of territory that could be a safe zone … for Syrians so they wouldn’t have to leave but also for humanitarian relief, … would give us this extra leverage that I’m looking for in the diplomatic pursuits with Russia with respect to the political outcome in Syria.

During a debate against Bernie Sanders in the Democratic primaries:

      Hillary Clinton, in a debate with Bernie on 19 December 2015, argued for her proposal that the U.S. impose in Syria a “no-fly zone” where Russians were dropping bombs on the imported jihadists who have been trying to overthrow and replace Assad: “I am advocating the no-fly zone both because I think it would help us on the ground to protect Syrians; I’m also advocating it because I think it gives us some leverage in our conversations with Russia.” She said there that allowing the jihadists to overthrow Assad “would help us on the ground to protect Syrians,” somehow; and, also, that, somehow, shooting down Russia’s planes in Syria (the “no-fly zone”) “gives us some leverage in our conversations with Russia.”

      Bernie Sanders’s response to that was: “I worry too much that Secretary Clinton is too much into regime change and a little bit too aggressive without knowing what the unintended consequences might be.” He didn’t mention nuclear war as one of them.

The “no-fly zone” policy is one of three policies she supports that would likely produce nuclear war; she supports all of them, not merely the “no-fly zone.”

Hillary Clinton has never been asked “What would you do if Russia refuses to stop its flights in Syria?” Donald Trump has said nothing about the proposal for a no-fly zone (other than “I want to sit back and see what happens”), because most Americans support that idea, and he’s not bright enough to take her on about it and ask her that question. Probably, if he were supportive of it, he’d have said so — in which case it wouldn’t still be an issue in this election. Trump muffed his chance — which he has had on several occasions. But clearly he, unlike her, has not committed himself on this matter.

Hillary Clinton is obviously convinced that the U.S. would win a nuclear war against Russia. The question for voters is whether they’re willing to bet their lives that she is correct about that, and that even if the U.S. ‘wins’, only Russia and not also the U.S. (and the world) would be destroyed if the U.S. nuclear-attacks Russia.

Every other issue in this election pales by comparison to the no-fly-zone issue, which is virtually ignored, in favor of issues that are trivial by comparison. But a vote for Hillary Clinton is a vote for nuclear war against Russia, regardless of whether or not the voters know this. And a vote for Trump is a vote for the unknown. Could the unknown be even worse than Hillary Clinton? If so, would it be so only in relatively trivial ways?

This election should be about Hillary Clinton, not about Donald Trump.

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Investigative historian Eric Zuesse is the author, most recently, of  They’re Not Even Close: The Democratic vs. Republican Economic Records, 1910-2010, and of  CHRIST’S VENTRILOQUISTS: The Event that Created Christianity.

 

Vote as if your life depended upon it, because it does..

24-minute game-changing video: Electronic ‘voting’ machines without physical evidence = OBVIOUS ongoing election fraud; central method to pick a 51% to 49% ‘winner’ with fractionalized ‘counting’ documented

Black Box Voting’s Bev Harris explains the following 24 minute video:

A real-time demo of the most devastating election theft mechanism yet found, with context and explanation. Demonstration uses a real voting system and real vote databases and takes place in seconds across multiple jurisdictions.

Over 5000 subcontractors and middlemen have the access to perform this for any or all clients. It can give contract signing authority to whoever the user chooses. All political power can be converted to the hands of a few anonymous subcontractors.

“It’s a product. It’s scaleable. It learns its environment and can adjust to any political environment, any demographic. It runs silently, invisibly, and can produce plausible results that really pass for the real thing.”

Provides solutions and actions for immediate deterrence.


The Onion’s 2-minute satire of this ongoing condition:

My best frame of this obvious condition:

When Americans are told an election is defined by touching a computer screen without a countable receipt that can be verified, they are being told a criminal lie to allow election fraud. This is self-evident, but PrincetonStanford, and the President of the American Statistical Association are among the leaders pointing to the obvious (and hereherehereherehereherehereherehereherehereherehereherehereherehereherehere). Again, no professional would/can argue an election is legitimate when there is nothing for anyone to count.

Election fraud is one of ~100 Emperor’s New Clothes game-changing and professionally documented facts that reveal ongoing .01% empire with associated crimes.

The Crimes

  • The US is a literal rogue state empire led by neocolonial looting liars. The history is uncontested and taught to anyone taking comprehensive courses. If anyone has any refutations of this professional academic factual claim for any of this easy-to-read and documented content, please provide it.
  • US ongoing lie-started and Orwellian-illegal Wars of Aggression require all US military and government to refuse all war orders because there are no lawful orders for obviously unlawful wars. Officers are required to arrest those who issue obviously unlawful orders. And again, those of us working for this area of justice are aware of zero attempts to refute this with, “War law states (a, b, c), so the wars are legal because (d, e, f).” All we receive is easy-to-reveal bullshit.
  • And, obviously, corporate media are criminally complicit through constant lies of omission and commission to “cover” all these crimes. Historic tragic-comic empire is only possible through such straight-face lying, making our Emperor’s New Clothes analogy perfectly chosen.
  • The top three benefits each of monetary reform and public banking total ~$1,000,000 for the average American household, and would be received nearly instantly. Please read that twice. Now look to verify for yourself.

Demanding arrests as the required and obvious public response rather than ‘voting’ for more disaster:

The categories of crime include:

  1. Wars of Aggression (the worst crime a nation can commit).
  2. Likely treason for lying to US military, ordering unlawful attack and invasions of foreign lands, and causing thousands of US military deaths.
  3. Crimes Against Humanity for ongoing intentional policy of poverty that’s killed over 400 million human beings just since 1995 (~75% children; more deaths than from all wars in Earth’s recorded history).
  4. Tens of trillions in looting, including $6.5 trillion just reported by the US Department of “Defense” as “lost.”

US military, law enforcement, and all with Oaths to support and defend the US Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic, face an endgame choice:

In just 90 seconds, former US Marine Ken O’Keefe powerfully states how you may choose to voice “very obvious solutions”: arrest the criminal leaders (video starts at 20:51, then finishes this episode of Cross Talk):

Solutions worth literal tens of trillions to ‘We the People’:

Again:

  • The top three benefits each of monetary reform and public banking total ~$1,000,000 for the average American household, and would be received nearly instantly. Please read that twice. Now look to verify for yourself.
  • We can quantify the end of the lie-started and illegal Wars of Aggression quickly into the trillions, and that said, it’s worth a lot more than what we quantify.
  • Truth: a world in which education is expressed in its full potential to only and always begin with good-faith effort for objective, comprehensive, and verifiable data.

Would an ‘interview’ with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and John Adams help?

If so, here are two:

July 4th, 2016 interview with Washington, Jefferson, Adams: America’s REQUIREMENT from our Declaration of Independence & Constitution to arrest .01% criminal ‘Nobility class,’ or suffer as their indentured servants

‘Election’ 2016 interview with Washington, Jefferson, Adams: America’s right and necessity to arrest .01% tyrants engaged in lie-started illegal Wars of Aggression, bankster-looting, and constant lying

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Note: I make all factual assertions as a National Board Certified Teacher of US Government, Economics, and History, with all economics factual claims receiving zero refutation since I began writing in 2008 among Advanced Placement Macroeconomics teachers on our discussion board, public audiences of these articles, and international conferences (and here). I invite readers to empower their civic voices with the strongest comprehensive facts most important to building a brighter future. I challenge professionals, academics, and citizens to add their voices for the benefit of all Earth’s inhabitants.

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Carl Herman is a National Board Certified Teacher of US Government, Economics, and History; also credentialed in Mathematics. He worked with both US political parties over 18 years and two UN Summits with the citizen’s lobby, RESULTS, for US domestic and foreign policy to end poverty. He can be reached at Carl_Herman@post.harvard.edu

Note: Examiner.com has blocked public access to my articles on their site (and from other whistleblowers), so some links in my previous work are blocked. If you’d like to search for those articles other sites may have republished, use words from the article title within the blocked link. Or, go to http://archive.org/web/, paste the expired link into the box, click “Browse history,” then click onto the screenshots of that page for each time it was screen-shot and uploaded to webarchive. I’ll update as “hobby time” allows; including my earliest work from 2009 to 2011 (blocked author pages: herehere).

 

24-minute game-changing video: Electronic ‘voting’ machines without physical evidence = OBVIOUS ongoing election fraud; central method to pick a 51% to 49% ‘winner’ with fractionalized ‘counting’ documented.

#StopSoros and his Smartmatic Voting Machines from Rigging the Election!

https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/6c/18/92/6c1892d37b0eb2cb272f88eb224680ac.jpg
#StopSoros and his Smartmatic Voting Machines from Rigging the Election!

 

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(More info HERE: https://www.reddit.com/r/The_Donald/comments/57gne4/red_alert_vice_chairman_of_george_soros_highly/)

 

 

TLDR: Soros shills OWN the Smartmatic Voting Machine companies. He’s trying to RIG THE ELECTION.

 

 

I made a staggering discovery: States don’t care about this. Voting machines are handled at the LOCAL COUNTY LEVEL.

 

 

Each county should have a CONFLICT OF INTEREST CLAUSE in its voting machine contracts.

 

 

Call them and DEMAND paper ballots!

 

 

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CTRL+F TO FIND YOUR STATE/COUNTY! (List will be updated as we compile the numbers).

 

 

DO NOT ASSUME SOMEONE ELSE CALLED FIRST. PUT AS MUCH PRESSURE ON THEM AS POSSIBLE. OVERWHELM THEM!

 

 

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Need a script to speak when you call? FOLLOW THIS:

 

 

Hi! My name is _______ and I’m a citizen of _______ County. I’m calling today because it’s recently come out in the news that Mark Malloch-Brown, the Vice Chairman of Smartmatic voting machines, is also the Vice Chairman of George Soros’ Open Society Foundation – and the Open Society Foundation is one of Hillary’s largest supporters. This is a huge conflict of interest, and jeopardizes the results of our election. We must not allow our election to be influenced by foreign actors and private companies. What we need to do immediately is exercise our Conflict of Interest Clause in our voting machine contract, and switch to the fallback voting process, and paper ballots. This alone will keep our election open, honest, and accurate.

 

 

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THIS IS A GROUND WAR! GET MARCHING!

 

 

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Arizona

 

 

Apache County Board of Elections    St. Johns, AZ 85936 928-337-7537

 

Cochise County Board of Elections   Bisbee, AZ 85603    520-432-8970

 

Coconino County Board of Elections  Flagstaff, AZ 86001 928-679-7860

 

Gila County Board of Elections  Globe, AZ 85501 928-402-8708

 

Graham County Board of Elections    Safford, AZ 85546   928-792-5037

 

Greenlee County Board of Elections  Clifton, AZ 85533   928-865-2072

 

La Paz County Board of Elections    Parker, AZ 85344    928-669-6115

 

Maricopa County Board of Elections  Phoenix, AZ 85003   602-506-1511

 

Mohave County Board of Elections    Kingman, AZ 86402   928-753-0733

 

Navajo County Board of Elections    Holbrook, AZ 86025  928-524-4285

 

Pima County Board of Elections  Tucson, AZ 85756    520-724-6830

 

Pinal County Board of Elections Florence, AZ 85132  520-866-6830

 

Santa Cruz County Board of Elections    Nogales, AZ 85621   520-375-7800

 

Yavapai County Board of Elections   Prescott, AZ 86305  928-771-3250

 

Yuma County Board of Elections  Yuma, AZ 85364  928-373-1014

 

 

California

 

 

Alameda County Board of Elections   Oakland, CA 94612   510-272-6933

 

Alpine County Board of Elections    Markleeville, CA 96120  530-694-2281

 

Amador County Board of Elections    Jackson, CA 95642   209-223-6465

 

Butte County Board of Elections Oroville, CA 95965  530-538-7761

 

Calaveras County Board of Elections San Andreas, CA 95249   209-754-6376

 

Colusa County Board of Elections    Colusa, CA 95932    530-458-0500

 

Contra Costa County Board of Elections  Martinez, CA 94553  925-335-7800

 

Del Norte County Board of Elections Crescent, CA 95531  707-464-7216

 

El Dorado County Board of Elections Placerville, CA 95667   530-621-7480

 

Fresno County Board of Elections    Fresno, CA 93721    559-600-8683

 

Glenn County Board of Elections Willows, CA 95988   530-934-6414

 

Humboldt County Board of Elections  Eureka, CA 95501    707-445-7481

 

Imperial County Board of Elections  El Centro, CA 92243 760-482-4226

 

Inyo County Board of Elections  Independence, CA 93526  760-878-0224

 

Kern County Board of Elections  Bakersfield, CA 93301   661-868-3590

 

Kings County Board of Elections Hanford, CA 93230   559-582-3211

 

Lake County Board of Elections  Lakeport, CA 95453  707-263-2372

 

Lassen County Board of Elections    Susanville, CA 96130    530-251-8217

 

Los Angeles County Board of Elections   Norwalk, CA 90651   562-466-1310

 

Madera County Board of Elections    Madera, CA 93637    559-675-7720

 

Marin County Board of Elections San Rafael, CA 94913    415-473-6456

 

Mariposa County Board of Elections  Mariposa, CA 95338  209-966-2007

 

Mendocino County Board of Elections Ukiah, CA 95482 707-463-4371

 

Merced County Board of Elections    Merced, CA 95340    209-385-7541

 

Modoc County Board of Elections Alturas, CA 96101   530-233-6205

 

Mono County Board of Elections  Bridgeport, CA 93517    760-932-5537

 

Monterey County Elections   Salinas, CA 93901   831-796-1499

 

Napa County Board of Elections  Napa, CA 94559  707-253-4321

 

Nevada County Board of Elections    Nevada, CA 95959    530-265-1298

 

Orange County Registrar-Voters  Santa Ana, CA 92705 714-567-7600

 

Placer County Board of Elections    Auburn, CA 95604    530-886-5650

 

Plumas County Board of Elections    Quincy, CA 95971    530-283-6256

 

Riverside County Board of Elections Riverside, CA 92507 951-486-7200

 

Sacramento County Board of Elections    Sacramento, CA 95823    916-875-6451

 

San Benito County Board of Elections    Hollister, CA 95023 831-636-4016

 

San Bernardino County Board of Elections    San Bernardino, CA 92415    909-387-8300

 

San Diego County Board of Elections San Diego, CA 92186 858-565-5800

 

San Francisco County Board of Elections San Francisco, CA 94102 415-554-4375

 

San Joaquin County Board of Elections   Stockton, CA 95201  209-468-2885

 

San Luis Obispo County Board of Elections   San Luis Obispo, CA 93408   805-781-5228

 

San Mateo County Board of Elections San Mateo, CA 94402 650-312-5222

 

Santa Barbara County Board of Elections Santa Barbara, CA 93160 805-568-2200

 

Santa Clara County Board of Elections   San Jose, CA 95161  408-299-8683

 

Santa Cruz County Board of Elections    Santa Cruz, CA 95060    831-454-2060

 

Shasta County Board of Elections    Redding, CA 96099   530-225-5730

 

Sierra County Board of Elections    Downieville, CA 95936   530-289-3295

 

Siskiyou County Board of Elections  Yreka, CA 96097 530-842-8084

 

Solano County Board of Elections    Fairfield, CA 94533 707-784-6675

 

Sonoma County Board of Elections    Santa Rosa, CA 95406    707-565-6800

 

Stanislaus County Board of Elections    Modesto, CA 95354   209-525-5200

 

Sutter County Board of Elections    Yuba, CA 95993  530-822-7122

 

Tehama County Board of Elections    Red Bluff, CA 96080 530-527-8190

 

Trinity County Board of Elections   Weaverville, CA 96093   530-623-1220

 

Tulare County Board of Elections    Visalia, CA 93277   559-624-7300

 

Tuolumne County Board of Elections  Sonora, CA 95370    209-533-5570

 

Ventura County Board of Elections   Ventura, CA 93009   805-654-2781

 

Yolo County Elections   Woodland, CA 95695  530-666-8133

 

Yuba County Board of Elections  Marysville, CA 95901    530-749-7855

 

 

Colorado

 

 

Adams County Board of Elections Brighton, CO 80601  720-523-6500

 

Alamosa County Board of Elections   Alamosa, CO 81101   719-589-6681

 

Arapahoe County Board of Elections  Littleton, CO 80120 303-795-4511

 

Archuleta County Board of Elections Pagosa Springs, CO 81147    970-264-8331

 

Baca County Board of Elections  Springfield, CO 81073   719-523-4372

 

Bent County Board of Elections  Las Animas, CO 81054    719-456-2009

 

Boulder County Board of Elections   Boulder, CO 80301   303-413-7740

 

Broomfield County Board of Elections    Broomfield, CO 80020    303-464-5857

 

Chaffee County Board of Elections   Salida, CO 81201    719-539-4004

 

Cheyenne County Board of Elections  Cheyenne Wells, CO 80810    719-767-5685

 

Clear Creek County Board of Elections   Georgetown, CO 80444    303-679-2339

 

Conejos County Board of Elections   Conejos, CO 81129   719-376-5422

 

Costilla County Board of Elections  San Luis, CO 81152  719-672-3301

 

Crowley County Board of Elections   Ordway, CO 81063    719-267-5225

 

Custer County Board of Elections    Westcliffe, CO 81252    719-783-2441

 

Delta County Board of Elections Delta, CO 81416 970-874-2449

 

Denver County Board of Elections    Denver, CO 80204    720-913-8683

 

Dolores County Board of Elections   Dove Creek, CO 81324    970-677-2381

 

Douglas County Board of Elections   Castle Rock, CO 80109   303-660-7444

 

Eagle County Board of Elections Eagle, CO 81631 800-225-6136

 

El Paso County Board of Elections   Colorado Springs, CO 80907  719-520-6222

 

Elbert County Board of Elections    Kiowa, CO 80117 303-621-3127

 

Fremont County Board of Elections   Cañon, CO 81212    719-276-7340

 

Garfield County Board of Elections  Glenwood Springs, CO 81601  970-384-3700

 

Gilpin County Board of Elections    Central, CO 80427   303-582-5321

 

Grand County Board of Elections Hot Sulphur Springs, CO 80451   970-725-3065

 

Gunnison County Board of Elections  Gunnison, CO 81230  970-641-7927

 

Hinsdale County Board of Elections  Lake City, CO 81235 970-944-2228

 

Huerfano County Board of Elections  Walsenburg, CO 81089    719-738-2380

 

Jackson County Board of Elections   Walden, CO 80480    970-723-4334

 

Jefferson County Board of Elections Golden, CO 80401    303-271-8111

 

Kiowa County Board of Elections Eads, CO 81036  719-438-5421

 

Kit Carson County Board of Elections    Burlington, CO 80807    719-346-8638

 

La Plata County Board of Elections  Durango, CO 81303   970-382-6296

 

Lake County Board of Elections  Leadville, CO 80461 719-486-1410

 

Larimer County Board of Elections   Fort Collins, CO 80521  970-498-7820

 

Las Animas County Board of Elections    Trinidad, CO 81082  719-845-2568

 

Lincoln County Board of Elections   Hugo, CO 80821  719-743-2444

 

Logan County Board of Elections Sterling, CO 80751  970-522-1544

 

Mesa County Board of Elections  Grand Junction, CO 81501    970-244-1662

 

Mineral County Board of Elections   Creede, CO 81130    719-658-2440

 

Moffat County Board of Elections    Craig, CO 81625 970-824-9120

 

Montezuma County Board of Elections Cortez, CO 81321    970-565-3728

 

Montrose County Board of Elections  Montrose, CO 81401  970-249-3362

 

Morgan County Board of Elections    Fort Morgan, CO 80701   970-542-3521

 

Otero County Board of Elections La Junta, CO 81050  719-383-3020

 

Ouray County Board of Elections Ouray, CO 81427 970-325-4961

 

Park County Board of Elections  Fairplay, CO 80440  719-836-4333

 

Phillips County Board of Elections  Holyoke, CO 80734   970-854-3131

 

Pitkin County Board of Elections    Aspen, CO 81611 970-920-5180

 

Prowers County Board of Elections   Lamar, CO 81052 719-336-8011

 

Pueblo County Board of Elections    Pueblo, CO 81003    719-583-6620

 

Rio Blanco County Board of Elections    Meeker, CO 81641    970-878-9460

 

Rio Grande County Board of Elections    Del Norte, CO 81132 719-657-3334

 

Routt County Board of Elections Steamboat Springs, CO 80487 970-870-5556

 

Saguache County Board of Elections  Saguache, CO 81149  719-655-2512

 

San Juan County Board of Elections  Silverton, CO 81433 970-387-5671

 

San Miguel County Board of Elections    Telluride, CO 81435 970-728-3954

 

Sedgwick County Board of Elections  Julesburg, CO 80737 970-474-3346

 

Summit County Board of Elections    Breckenridge, CO 80424  970-453-3479

 

Teller County Board of Elections    Cripple Creek, CO 80813 719-689-2951

 

Washington County Board of Elections    Akron, CO 80720 970-345-6565

 

Weld County Board of Elections  Greeley, CO 80631   970-304-6525

 

Yuma County Board of Elections  Wray, CO 80758  970-332-5809

 

 

DC

 

 

District Of Columbia Board of Elections Washington, DC 20001    202-727-2525

 

 

Florida

 

 

Alachua County Board of Elections   Gainesville, FL 32601   352-374-5252

 

Baker County Board of Elections Macclenny, FL 32063 904-259-6339

 

Bay County Board of Elections   Panama, FL 32401    850-784-6100

 

Bradford County Board of Elections  Starke, FL 32091    904-966-6266

 

Brevard County Board of Elections   Melbourne, FL 32941 321-264-6740

 

Broward County Board of Elections   Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301   954-357-7050

 

Calhoun County Board of Elections   Blountstown, FL 32424   850-674-8568

 

Charlotte County Board of Elections Punta Gorda, FL 33950   941-833-5400

 

Citrus County Board of Elections    Inverness, FL 34450 352-341-6740

 

Clay County Board of Elections  Green Cove Springs, FL 32043    904-269-6350

 

Collier County Board of Elections   Naples, FL 34112    239-252-8683

 

Columbia County Board of Elections  Lake, FL 32055  386-758-1026

 

Desoto County Board of Elections    Arcadia, FL 34265   863-993-4871

 

Dixie County Board of Elections Cross City, FL 32628    352-498-1216

 

Duval County Board of Elections Jacksonville, FL 32202  904-630-1414

 

Escambia County Elections Office    Pensacola, FL 32502 850-595-3900

 

Flagler County Board of Elections   Bunnell, FL 32110   386-313-4170

 

Franklin County Board of Elections  Apalachicola, FL 32320  850-653-9520

 

Gadsden County Board of Elections   Quincy, FL 32353    850-627-9910

 

Gilchrist County Board of Elections Trenton, FL 32693   352-463-3194

 

Glades County Board of Elections    Moore Haven, FL 33471   863-946-6005

 

Gulf County Board of Elections  Port Saint Joe, FL 32456    850-229-6117

 

Hamilton County Board of Elections  Jasper, FL 32052    386-792-1426

 

Hardee County Board of Elections    Wauchula, FL 33873  863-773-6061

 

Hendry County Board of Elections    LaBelle, FL 33975   863-675-5230

 

Hernando County Board of Elections  Brooksville, FL 34601   352-754-4125

 

Highlands County Board of Elections Sebring, FL 33871   863-402-6655

 

Hillsborough County Board of Elections  Tampa, FL 33619 813-272-5850

 

Holmes County Board of Elections    Bonifay, FL 32425   850-547-1107

 

Indian River County Board of Elections  Vero Beach, FL 32967    772-226-3440

 

Jackson County Board of Elections   Marianna, FL 32447  850-482-9652

 

Jefferson County Board of Elections Monticello, FL 32344    850-997-3348

 

Lafayette County Board of Elections Mayo, FL 32066  386-294-1261

 

Lake County Supervisor-Elctns   Tavares, FL 32778   352-343-9734

 

Lee County Board of Elections   Fort Myers, FL 33902    239-533-8683

 

Leon County Supervisor of Elections Tallahassee, FL 32301   850-606-8683

 

Levy County Board of Elections  Bronson, FL 32621   352-486-5163

 

Liberty County Board of Elections   Bristol, FL 32321   850-643-5226

 

Madison County Board of Elections   Madison, FL 32340   850-973-6507

 

Manatee County Voter Registration   Bradenton, FL 34205 941-741-3823

 

Marion County Elections Ocala, FL 34470 352-620-3290

 

Martin County Supervisor of Election    Stuart, FL 34994    772-288-5637

 

Miami-Dade County Board of Elections    Miami, FL 33152 305-499-8683

 

Monroe County Board of Elections    Key West, FL 33040  305-292-3416

 

Nassau County Board of Elections    Yulee, FL 32097 904-491-7500

 

Okaloosa County Board of Elections  Crestview, FL 32536 850-689-5600

 

Okeechobee County Board of Elections    Okeechobee, FL 34972    863-763-4014

 

Orange County Board of Elections    Orlando, FL 32856   407-836-2070

 

Osceola County Board of Elections   Kissimmee, FL 34744 407-742-6000

 

Palm Beach County Supervisor of Elections   West Palm Beach, FL 33415   561-656-6200

 

Pasco County Board of Elections Dade, FL 33526  352-521-4302

 

Pinellas County Board of Elections  Largo, FL 33773 727-464-8683

 

Polk County Supervisor of Elections Winter Haven, FL 33880  863-534-5888

 

Putnam County Board of Elections    Palatka, FL 32177   386-329-0224

 

Santa Rosa County Board of Elections    Milton, FL 32570    850-983-1900

 

Sarasota County Board of Elections  Sarasota, FL 34230  941-861-8600

 

Seminole County Board of Elections  Sanford, FL 32772   407-585-8683

 

St Johns County Board of Elections  St. Augustine, FL 32095 904-823-2238

 

St Lucie County Board of Elections  Fort Pierce, FL 34947   772-462-1500

 

Sumter County Board of Elections    Bushnell, FL 33513  352-569-1540

 

Suwannee County Board of Elections  Live Oak, FL 32064  386-362-2616

 

Taylor County Board of Elections    Perry, FL 32348 850-838-3515

 

Union County Board of Elections Lake Butler, FL 32054   386-496-2236

 

Volusia County Board of Elections   DeLand, FL 32720    386-736-5930

 

Wakulla County Board of Elections   Crawfordville, FL 32326 850-926-7575

 

Walton County Board of Elections    DeFuniak Springs, FL 32433  850-892-8112

 

Washington County Board of Elections    Chipley, FL 32428   850-638-6230

 

 

Illinois

 

 

Board Of Elections  Location    Phone

 

Adams County Board of Elections Quincy, IL 62301    217-277-2150

 

Alexander County Board of Elections Cairo, IL 62914 618-734-7000

 

Bond County Board of Elections  Greenville, IL 62246    618-664-0449

 

Boone County Board of Elections Belvidere, IL 61008 815-544-3103

 

Brown County Board of Elections Mount Sterling, IL 62353    217-773-3421

 

Bureau County Board of Elections    Princeton, IL 61356 815-875-2014

 

Calhoun County Board of Elections   Hardin, IL 62047    618-576-2351

 

Carroll County Board of Elections   Mount Carroll, IL 61053 815-244-0221

 

Cass County Board of Elections  Virginia, IL 62691  217-452-7217

 

Champaign County Board of Elections Urbana, IL 61802    217-384-3724

 

Christian County Board of Elections Taylorville, IL 62568   217-824-4969

 

Clark County Board of Elections Marshall, IL 62441  217-826-8311

 

Clay County Board of Elections  Louisville, IL 62858    618-665-3626

 

Clinton County Board of Elections   Carlyle, IL 62231   618-594-2464

 

Coles County Board of Elections Charleston, IL 61920    217-348-0523

 

Cook County Board of Elections  Chicago, IL 60602   312-603-0906

 

Crawford County Board of Elections  Robinson, IL 62454  618-544-2590

 

Cumberland County Board of Elections    Toledo, IL 62468    217-849-2631

 

De Witt County Board of Elections   Clinton, IL 61727   217-935-7780

 

Dekalb County Board of Elections    Sycamore, IL 60178  815-895-7149

 

Douglas County Board of Elections   Tuscola, IL 61953   217-253-2411

 

Dupage County Board of Elections    Wheaton, IL 60187   630-407-5600

 

Edgar County Board of Elections Paris, IL 61944 217-466-7433

 

Edwards County Board of Elections   Albion, IL 62806    618-445-2115

 

Effingham County Board of Elections Effingham, IL 62401 217-342-6535

 

Fayette County Board of Elections   Vandalia, IL 62471  618-283-5000

 

Ford County Board of Elections  Paxton, IL 60957    217-379-9400

 

Franklin County Board of Elections  Benton, IL 62812    618-438-3221

 

Fulton County Board of Elections    Lewistown, IL 61542 309-547-3041

 

Gallatin County Board of Elections  Shawneetown, IL 62984   618-269-3025

 

Greene County Board of Elections    Carrollton, IL 62016    217-942-5443

 

Grundy County Board of Elections    Morris, IL 60450    815-941-3222

 

Hamilton County Board of Elections  McLeansboro, IL 62859   618-643-2721

 

Hancock County Board of Elections   Carthage, IL 62321  888-307-2442

 

Hardin County Board of Elections    Elizabethtown, IL 62931 618-287-2251

 

Henderson County Board of Elections Oquawka, IL 61469   309-867-2911

 

Henry County Board of Elections Cambridge, IL 61238 309-937-3575

 

Iroquois County Board of Elections  Watseka, IL 60970   815-432-6960

 

Jackson County Board of Elections   Murphysboro, IL 62966   618-687-7366

 

Jasper County Board of Elections    Newton, IL 62448    618-783-3124

 

Jefferson County Board of Elections Mount Vernon, IL 62864  618-244-8020

 

Jersey County Board of Elections    Jerseyville, IL 62052   618-498-5571

 

Jo Daviess County Board of Elections    Galena, IL 61036    815-777-0161

 

Johnson County Board of Elections   Vienna, IL 62995    618-658-3611

 

Kane County Board of Elections  Geneva, IL 60134    630-232-5990

 

Kankakee County Board of Elections  Kankakee, IL 60901  815-937-2990

 

Kendall County Board of Elections   Yorkville, IL 60560 630-553-4104

 

Knox County Board of Elections  Galesburg, IL 61401 309-345-3815

 

Lake County Board of Elections  Waukegan, IL 60085  847-377-2400

 

Lasalle County Board of Elections   Ottawa, IL 61350    815-434-8202

 

Lawrence County Board of Elections  Lawrenceville, IL 62439 618-943-2346

 

Lee County Board of Elections   Dixon, IL 61021 815-288-3309

 

Livingston County Board of Elections    Pontiac, IL 61764   815-844-2006

 

Logan County Board of Elections Lincoln, IL 62656   217-732-4148

 

Macon County Board of Elections Decatur, IL 62523   217-424-1305

 

Macoupin County Board of Elections  Carlinville, IL 62626   217-854-3214

 

Madison County Board of Elections   Edwardsville, IL 62025  618-692-6290

 

Marion County Board of Elections    Salem, IL 62881 618-548-3400

 

Marshall County Board of Elections  Lacon, IL 61540 309-246-6325

 

Mason County Board of Elections Havana, IL 62644    309-543-6661

 

Massac County Board of Elections    Metropolis, IL 62960    618-524-5213

 

Mcdonough County Board of Elections Macomb, IL 61455    309-833-2474

 

Mchenry County Board of Elections   Woodstock, IL 60098 815-334-4242

 

Mclean County Board of Elections    Bloomington, IL 61701   309-888-5190

 

Menard County Board of Elections    Petersburg, IL 62675    217-632-3201

 

Mercer County Board of Elections    Aledo, IL 61231 309-582-7021

 

Monroe County Board of Elections    Waterloo, IL 62298  618-939-8681

 

Montgomery County Board of Elections    Hillsboro, IL 62049 217-532-9530

 

Morgan County Board of Elections    Jacksonville, IL 62650  217-243-8581

 

Moultrie County Board of Elections  Sullivan, IL 61951  217-728-4389

 

Ogle County Board of Elections  Oregon, IL 61061    815-732-1110

 

Peoria County Board of Elections    Peoria, IL 61602    309-672-6070

 

Perry County Board of Elections Pinckneyville, IL 62274 618-357-5116

 

Piatt County Board of Elections Monticello, IL 61856    217-762-9487

 

Pike County Board of Elections  Pittsfield, IL 62363    217-285-6812

 

Pope County Board of Elections  Golconda, IL 62938  618-683-4466

 

Pulaski County Board of Elections   Mound, IL 62963 618-748-9360

 

Putnam County Board of Elections    Hennepin, IL 61327  815-925-7129

 

Randolph County Board of Elections  Chester, IL 62233   618-826-5000

 

Richland County Board of Elections  Olney, IL 62450 618-392-3111

 

Rock Island County Board of Elections   Rock Island, IL 61201   309-558-3571

 

Saline County Board of Elections    Harrisburg, IL 62946    618-253-8197

 

Sangamon County Board of Elections  Springfield, IL 62701   217-753-6700

 

Schuyler County Board of Elections  Rushville, IL 62681 217-322-4734

 

Scott County Board of Elections Winchester, IL 62694    217-742-3178

 

Shelby County Board of Elections    Shelbyville, IL 62565   217-774-4421

 

St Clair County Board of Elections  Belleville, IL 62220    618-825-2380

 

Stark County Board of Elections Toulon, IL 61483    309-286-5911

 

Stephenson County Board of Elections    Freeport, IL 61032  815-235-8289

 

Tazewell County Board of Elections  Pekin, IL 61554 309-477-2264

 

Union County Board of Elections Jonesboro, IL 62952 618-833-5711

 

Vermilion County Board of Elections Danville, IL 61832  217-554-1900

 

Wabash County Board of Elections    Mount Carmel, IL 62863  618-262-4561

 

Warren County Board of Elections    Monmouth, IL 61462  309-734-8592

 

Washington County Board of Elections    Nashville, IL 62263 618-327-4800

 

Wayne County Board of Elections Fairfield, IL 62837 618-842-5182

 

White County Board of Elections Carmi, IL 62821 618-382-7211

 

Whiteside County Board of Elections Morrison, IL 61270  815-772-5189

 

Will County Board of Elections  Joliet, IL 60432    815-740-4615

 

Williamson County Board of Elections    Marion, IL 62959    618-998-2110

 

Winnebago County Board of Elections Rockford, IL 61101  815-319-4250

 

Woodford County Board of Elections  Eureka, IL 61530    309-467-2822

 

 

Louisiana

 

 

Acadia Parish Board of Elections    Crowley, LA 70526   337-788-8841

 

Allen Parish Board of Elections Oberlin, LA 70655   337-639-4966

 

Ascension Parish Board of Elections Gonzales, LA 70737  225-621-5780

 

Assumption Parish Board of Elections    Napoleonville, LA 70390 985-369-7347

 

Avoyelles Parish Board of Elections Marksville, LA 71351    318-253-7129

 

Beauregard Parish Board of Elections    DeRidder, LA 70634  337-463-7955

 

Bienville Parish Board of Elections Arcadia, LA 71001   318-263-7407

 

Bossier Parish Board of Elections   Benton, LA 71006    318-965-2301

 

Caddo Parish Board of Elections Shreveport, LA 71101    318-226-6891

 

Calcasieu Parish Board of Elections Lake Charles, LA 70601  337-721-4000

 

Caldwell Parish Board of Elections  Columbia, LA 71418  318-649-7364

 

Cameron Parish Board of Elections   Cameron, LA 70631   337-775-5493

 

Catahoula Parish Board of Elections Jonesville, LA 71343    318-744-5745

 

Claiborne Parish Board of Elections Homer, LA 71040 318-927-3332

 

Concordia Parish Board of Elections Vidalia, LA 71373   318-336-7770

 

De Soto Parish Board of Elections   Mansfield, LA 71052 318-872-1149

 

East Baton Rouge Parish Board of Elections  Baton Rouge, LA 70802   225-389-3940

 

East Carroll Parish Board of Elections  Lake Providence, LA 71254   318-559-2015

 

East Feliciana Parish Board of Elections    Clinton, LA 70722   225-683-3105

 

Evangeline Parish Board of Elections    Ville Platte, LA 70586  337-363-5538

 

Franklin Parish Board of Elections  Winnsboro, LA 71295 318-435-4489

 

Grant Parish Board of Elections Colfax, LA 71417    318-627-9938

 

Iberia Parish Board of Elections    New Iberia, LA 70560    337-369-4407

 

Iberville Parish Board of Elections Plaquemine, LA 70764    225-687-5201

 

Jackson Parish Board of Elections   Jonesboro, LA 71251 318-259-2486

 

Jefferson Davis Parish Board of Elections   Jennings, LA 70546  337-824-0834

 

Jefferson Parish Board of Elections New Orleans, LA 70123   504-736-6191

 

Lafayette Parish Board of Elections Lafayette, LA 70501 337-291-7140

 

Lafourche Parish Board of Elections Thibodaux, LA 70301 985-447-3256

 

Lasalle Parish Board of Elections   Jena, LA 71342  318-992-2254

 

Lincoln Parish Board of Elections   Ruston, LA 71270    318-251-5110

 

Livingston Parish Board of Elections    Livingston, LA 70754    225-686-3054

 

Madison Parish Board of Elections   Tallulah, LA 71282  318-574-2193

 

Morehouse Parish Board of Elections Bastrop, LA 71220   318-281-1434

 

Natchitoches Parish Board of Elections  Natchitoches, LA 71457  318-357-2211

 

Orleans Parish Board of Elections   New Orleans, LA 70112   504-658-8300

 

Ouachita Parish Board of Elections  Monroe, LA 71201    318-327-1436

 

Plaquemines Parish Board of Elections   Port Sulphur, LA 70083  504-934-3620

 

Pointe Coupee Parish Board of Elections New Roads, LA 70760 225-638-5537

 

Rapides Parish Board of Elections   Alexandria, LA 71301    318-473-6770

 

Red River Parish Board of Elections Coushatta, LA 71019 318-932-5027

 

Richland Parish Board of Elections  Rayville, LA 71269  318-728-3582

 

Sabine Parish Board of Elections    Many, LA 71449  318-256-3697

 

St Bernard Parish Board of Elections    Chalmette, LA 70043 504-278-4231

 

St Charles Parish Board of Elections    Hahnville, LA 70057 985-783-5120

 

St Helena Parish Board of Elections Greensburg, LA 70441    225-222-4440

 

St James Parish Board of Elections  Convent, LA 70723   225-562-2330

 

St John The Baptist Parish Board of Elections   Laplace, LA 70068   985-652-9797

 

St Landry Parish Board of Elections Opelousas, LA 70570 337-948-0572

 

St Martin Parish Board of Elections St. Martinville, LA 70582   337-394-2204

 

St Mary Parish Board of Elections   Franklin, LA 70538  337-828-4100

 

St Tammany Parish Board of Elections    Covington, LA 70433 985-809-5500

 

Tangipahoa Parish Board of Elections    Amite City, LA 70422    985-748-3215

 

Tensas Parish Board of Elections    St. Joseph, LA 71366    318-766-3931

 

Terrebonne Parish Board of Elections    Houma, LA 70360 985-873-6533

 

Union Parish Board of Elections Farmerville, LA 71241   318-368-8660

 

Vermilion Parish Board of Elections Abbeville, LA 70510 337-898-4324

 

Vernon Parish Board of Elections    Leesville, LA 71446 337-239-3690

 

Washington Parish Board of Elections    Franklinton, LA 70438   985-839-7850

 

Webster Parish Board of Elections   Minden, LA 71055    318-377-9272

 

West Baton Rouge Parish Board of Elections  Port Allen, LA 70767    225-336-2421

 

West Carroll Parish Board of Elections  Oak Grove, LA 71263 318-428-2381

 

West Feliciana Parish Board of Elections    St. Francisville, LA 70775  225-635-6161

 

Winn Parish Board of Elections  Winnfield, LA 71483 318-628-6133

 

 

Michigan

 

 

Alcona County Board of Elections    Harrisville, MI 48740   989-724-9410

 

Alger County Board of Elections Munising, MI 49862  906-387-2076

 

Allegan County Board of Elections   Allegan, MI 49010   269-673-0450

 

Alpena County Board of Elections    Alpena, MI 49707    989-354-9520

 

Antrim County Board of Elections    Bellaire, MI 49615  231-533-6353

 

Arenac County Board of Elections    Standish, MI 48658  989-846-4626

 

Baraga County Board of Elections    L’Anse, MI 49946    906-524-6183

 

Barry County Board of Elections Hastings, MI 49058  269-945-1285

 

Bay County Board of Elections   Bay, MI 48708   989-895-4280

 

Benzie County Board of Elections    Beulah, MI 49617    231-882-9671

 

Berrien County Board of Elections   St. Joseph, MI 49085    269-983-7111

 

Branch County Board of Elections    Coldwater, MI 49036 517-279-4306

 

Calhoun County Board of Elections   Marshall, MI 49068  269-781-0988

 

Cass County Board of Elections  Cassopolis, MI 49031    269-445-4464

 

Charlevoix County Board of Elections    Charlevoix, MI 49720    231-547-7200

 

Cheboygan County Board of Elections Cheboygan, MI 49721 231-627-8808

 

Chippewa County Board of Elections  Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783  906-635-6300

 

Clare County Board of Elections Harrison, MI 48625  989-539-7131

 

Clinton County Board of Elections   St. Johns, MI 48879 989-224-5140

 

Crawford County Board of Elections  Grayling, MI 49738  989-344-3200

 

Delta County Board of Elections Escanaba, MI 49829  906-789-5105

 

Dickinson County Board of Elections Iron Mountain, MI 49801 906-774-0988

 

Eaton County Board of Elections Charlotte, MI 48813 517-543-2426

 

Emmet County Board of Elections Petoskey, MI 49770  231-348-1744

 

Genesee County Board of Elections   Flint, MI 48502 810-257-3224

 

Gladwin County Board of Elections   Gladwin, MI 48624   989-426-7351

 

Gogebic County Board of Elections   Bessemer, MI 49911  906-663-4518

 

Grand Traverse County Board of Elections    Traverse, MI 49684  231-922-4760

 

Gratiot County Board of Elections   Ithaca, MI 48847    989-875-5215

 

Hillsdale County Board of Elections Hillsdale, MI 49242 517-437-3391

 

Houghton County Board of Elections  Houghton, MI 49931  906-482-1150

 

Huron County Board of Elections Bad Axe, MI 48413   989-269-9942

 

Ingham County Board of Elections    Mason, MI 48854 517-676-7255

 

Ionia County Board of Elections Ionia, MI 48846 616-527-5322

 

Iosco County Board of Elections Tawas, MI 48764 989-362-3497

 

Iron County Board of Elections  Crystal Falls, MI 49920 906-875-3221

 

Isabella County Board of Elections  Mount Pleasant, MI 48858    989-772-0911

 

Jackson County Board of Elections   Jackson, MI 49201   517-768-6759

 

Kalamazoo County Board of Elections Kalamazoo, MI 49007 269-383-8840

 

Kalkaska County Board of Elections  Kalkaska, MI 49646  231-258-3300

 

Kent County Board of Elections  Grand Rapids, MI 49503  616-632-7650

 

Keweenaw County Board of Elections  Eagle River, MI 49950   906-337-2229

 

Lake County Board of Elections  Baldwin, MI 49304   231-745-4641

 

Lapeer County Board of Elections    Lapeer, MI 48446    810-245-4863

 

Leelanau County Board of Elections  Suttons Bay, MI 49682   231-256-9824

 

Lenawee County Board of Elections   Adrian, MI 49221    517-264-4599

 

Livingston County Board of Elections    Howell, MI 48843    517-546-8177

 

Luce County Board of Elections  Newberry, MI 49868  906-293-5521

 

Mackinac County Board of Elections  St. Ignace, MI 49781    906-643-7301

 

Macomb County Board of Elections    Mount Clemens, MI 48043 586-469-5209

 

Manistee County Board of Elections  Manistee, MI 49660  231-723-3331

 

Marquette County Board of Elections Marquette, MI 49855 906-225-8330

 

Mason County Board of Elections Ludington, MI 49431 231-843-8202

 

Mecosta County Board of Elections   Big Rapids, MI 49307    231-592-0787

 

Menominee County Board of Elections Menominee, MI 49858 906-863-9968

 

Midland County Board of Elections   Midland, MI 48640   989-832-6739

 

Missaukee County Board of Elections Lake, MI 49651  231-839-4967

 

Monroe County Board of Elections    Monroe, MI 48161    734-240-7020

 

Montcalm County Board of Elections  Stanton, MI 48888   989-831-7339

 

Montmorency County Board of Elections   Atlanta, MI 49709   989-785-8022

 

Muskegon County Board of Elections  Muskegon, MI 49442  231-724-6221

 

Newaygo County Board of Elections   White Cloud, MI 49349   231-689-7235

 

Oakland County Board of Elections   Pontiac, MI 48341   248-858-0560

 

Oceana County Board of Elections    Hart, MI 49420  231-873-4328

 

Ogemaw County Board of Elections    West Branch, MI 48661   989-345-0215

 

Ontonagon County Board of Elections Ontonagon, MI 49953 906-884-2794

 

Osceola County Board of Elections   Reed, MI 49677  231-832-3261

 

Oscoda County Board of Elections    Mio, MI 48647   989-826-1110

 

Otsego County Board of Elections    Gaylord, MI 49735   989-731-7504

 

Ottawa County Board of Elections    West Olive, MI 49460    616-846-8310

 

Presque Isle County Board of Elections  Rogers, MI 49779    800-334-5698

 

Roscommon County Board of Elections Roscommon, MI 48653 989-275-5923

 

Saginaw County Board of Elections   Saginaw, MI 48602   989-790-5251

 

Sanilac County Board of Elections   Sandusky, MI 48471  810-648-3212

 

Schoolcraft County Board of Elections   Manistique, MI 49854    906-341-3618

 

Shiawassee County Board of Elections    Corunna, MI 48817   989-743-2242

 

St Clair County Board of Elections  Port Huron, MI 48060    810-985-2200

 

St Joseph County Board of Elections Centreville, MI 49032   269-467-5603

 

Tuscola County Board of Elections   Caro, MI 48723  989-672-3780

 

Van Buren County Board of Elections Paw Paw, MI 49079   269-657-8200

 

Washtenaw County Board of Elections Ann Arbor, MI 48104 734-222-6730

 

Wayne County Board of Elections Detroit, MI 48226   313-224-6262

 

Wexford County Board of Elections   Cadillac, MI 49601  231-779-9450

 

 

Missouri

 

 

Adair County Board of Elections Kirksville, MO 63501    660-665-3350

 

Andrew County Board of Elections    Savannah, MO 64485  816-324-3624

 

Atchison County Board of Elections  Rock Port, MO 64482 660-744-6214

 

Audrain County Board of Elections   Mexico, MO 65265    573-473-5820

 

Barry County Board of Elections Cassville, MO 65625 417-847-2561

 

Barton County Board of Elections    Lamar, MO 64759 417-682-3529

 

Bates County Board of Elections Butler, MO 64730    660-679-3371

 

Benton County Board of Elections    Warsaw, MO 65355    660-438-7326

 

Bollinger County Board of Elections Marble Hill, MO 63764   573-238-1900

 

Boone County Board of Elections Columbia, MO 65201  573-886-4295

 

Buchanan County Board of Elections  St. Joseph, MO 64501    816-271-1411

 

Butler County Board of Elections    Poplar Bluff, MO 63901  573-686-8050

 

Caldwell County Board of Elections  Kingston, MO 64650  816-586-2571

 

Callaway County Board of Elections  Fulton, MO 65251    573-642-0730

 

Camden County Board of Elections    Camdenton, MO 65020 573-317-3890

 

Cape Girardeau County Board of Elections    Jackson, MO 63755   573-243-3547

 

Carroll County Board of Elections   Carrollton, MO 64633    660-542-0615

 

Carter County Board of Elections    Van Buren, MO 63965 573-323-4527

 

Cass County Board of Elections  Harrisonville, MO 64701 816-380-8102

 

Cedar County Board of Elections Stockton, MO 65785  417-276-6700

 

Adair County Board of Elections Kirksville, MO 63501    660-665-3350

 

Andrew County Board of Elections    Savannah, MO 64485  816-324-3624

 

Atchison County Board of Elections  Rock Port, MO 64482 660-744-6214

 

Audrain County Board of Elections   Mexico, MO 65265    573-473-5820

 

Barry County Board of Elections Cassville, MO 65625 417-847-2561

 

Barton County Board of Elections    Lamar, MO 64759 417-682-3529

 

Bates County Board of Elections Butler, MO 64730    660-679-3371

 

Benton County Board of Elections    Warsaw, MO 65355    660-438-7326

 

Bollinger County Board of Elections Marble Hill, MO 63764   573-238-1900

 

Boone County Board of Elections Columbia, MO 65201  573-886-4295

 

Buchanan County Board of Elections  St. Joseph, MO 64501    816-271-1411

 

Butler County Board of Elections    Poplar Bluff, MO 63901  573-686-8050

 

Caldwell County Board of Elections  Kingston, MO 64650  816-586-2571

 

Callaway County Board of Elections  Fulton, MO 65251    573-642-0730

 

Camden County Board of Elections    Camdenton, MO 65020 573-317-3890

 

Cape Girardeau County Board of Elections    Jackson, MO 63755   573-243-3547

 

Carroll County Board of Elections   Carrollton, MO 64633    660-542-0615

 

Carter County Board of Elections    Van Buren, MO 63965 573-323-4527

 

Cass County Board of Elections  Harrisonville, MO 64701 816-380-8102

 

Cedar County Board of Elections Stockton, MO 65785  417-276-6700

 

Harrison County Board of Elections  Bethany, MO 64424   660-425-6424

 

Henry County Board of Elections Clinton, MO 64735   660-885-7204

 

Hickory County Board of Elections   Hermitage, MO 65668 417-745-6450

 

Holt County Board of Elections  Oregon, MO 64473    660-446-3303

 

Howard County Board of Elections    Fayette, MO 65248   660-248-2284

 

Howell County Board of Elections    West Plains, MO 65775   417-256-2591

 

Iron County Board of Elections  Ironton, MO 63650   573-546-2912

 

Jackson County Board of Elections   Independence, MO 64051  816-325-4600

 

Jasper County Board of Elections    Carthage, MO 64836  417-237-1058

 

Jefferson County Board of Elections Hillsboro, MO 63050 636-797-5486

 

Johnson County Board of Elections   Warrensburg, MO 64093   660-747-6161

 

Knox County Board of Elections  Edina, MO 63537 660-397-2184

 

Laclede County Board of Elections   Lebanon, MO 65536   417-532-5471

 

Lafayette County Board of Elections Lexington, MO 64067 660-259-4315

 

Lawrence County Board of Elections  Mount Vernon, MO 65712  417-466-2638

 

Lewis County Board of Elections Monticello, MO 63457    573-767-5205

 

Lincoln County Board of Elections   Troy, MO 63379  636-528-6300

 

Linn County Board of Elections  Linneus, MO 64653   660-895-5417

 

Livingston County Board of Elections    Chillicothe, MO 64601   660-646-8000

 

Macon County Board of Elections Macon, MO 63552 660-385-2913

 

Madison County Board of Elections   Fredericktown, MO 63645 573-783-2176

 

Maries County Board of Elections    Vienna, MO 65582    573-422-3388

 

Marion County Board of Elections    Palmyra, MO 63461   573-769-2549

 

Mcdonald County Board of Elections  Pineville, MO 64856 417-223-4662

 

Mercer County Board of Elections    Princeton, MO 64673 660-748-3425

 

Miller County Board of Elections    Tuscumbia, MO 65082 573-369-1910

 

Mississippi County Board of Elections   Charleston, MO 63834    573-683-2146

 

Moniteau County Board of Elections  California, MO 65018    573-796-4661

 

Monroe County Board of Elections    Paris, MO 65275 660-327-5106

 

Montgomery County Board of Elections    Montgomery City, MO 63361   573-564-3357

 

Morgan County Board of Elections    Versailles, MO 65084    573-378-5436

 

New Madrid County Board of Elections    New Madrid, MO 63869    573-748-2524

 

Newton County Board of Elections    Neosho, MO 64850    417-451-8221

 

Nodaway County Board of Elections   Maryville, MO 64468 660-582-2251

 

Oregon County Board of Elections    Alton, MO 65606 417-778-7475

 

Osage County Board of Elections Linn, MO 65051  573-897-2139

 

Ozark County Board of Elections Gainesville, MO 65655   417-679-3516

 

Pemiscot County Board of Elections  Caruthersville, MO 63830    573-333-4203

 

Perry County Board of Elections Perryville, MO 63775    573-547-4242

 

Pettis County Board of Elections    Sedalia, MO 65301   660-826-5000

 

Phelps County Board of Elections    Rolla, MO 65401 573-458-6115

 

Pike County Board of Elections  Bowling Green, MO 63334 573-324-2412

 

Platte County Board of Elections    Platte, MO 64079    816-858-3343

 

Polk County Board of Elections  Bolivar, MO 65613   417-326-4031

 

Pulaski County Board of Elections   Waynesville, MO 65583   573-774-4701

 

Putnam County Board of Elections    Unionville, MO 63565    660-947-2674

 

Ralls County Board of Elections New London, MO 63459    573-985-7111

 

Randolph County Board of Elections  Huntsville, MO 65259    660-277-4717

 

Ray County Board of Elections   Richmond, MO 64085  816-776-4502

 

Reynolds County Board of Elections  Centerville, MO 63633   573-648-2494

 

Ripley County Board of Elections    Doniphan, MO 63935  573-996-3215

 

Saline County Board of Elections    Marshall, MO 65340  660-886-3331

 

Schuyler County Board of Elections  Lancaster, MO 63548 660-457-3842

 

Scotland County Board of Elections  Memphis, MO 63555   660-465-7027

 

Scott County Board of Elections Benton, MO 63736    573-545-3549

 

Shannon County Board of Elections   Eminence, MO 65466  573-226-3414

 

Shelby County Board of Elections    Shelbyville, MO 63469   573-633-2181

 

St Charles County Board of Elections    St. Peters, MO 63376    636-949-7550

 

St Clair County Board of Elections  Osceola, MO 64776   417-646-2315

 

St Francois County Board of Elections   Farmington, MO 63640    573-756-5411

 

St Louis County Board of Elections  Maplewood, MO 63143 314-615-1854

 

Ste Genevieve County Board of Elections Ste. Genevieve, MO 63670    573-883-5589

 

Stoddard County Board of Elections  Bloomfield, MO 63825    573-568-3339

 

Stone County Board of Elections Galena, MO 65656    417-357-6127

 

Sullivan County Board of Elections  Milan, MO 63556 660-265-3786

 

Taney County Board of Elections Forsyth, MO 65653   417-546-7202

 

Texas County Board of Elections Houston, MO 65483   417-967-2112

 

Vernon County Board of Elections    Nevada, MO 64772    417-448-2500

 

Warren County Board of Elections    Warrenton, MO 63383 636-456-3331

 

Washington County Board of Elections    Potosi, MO 63664    573-438-6111

 

Wayne County Board of Elections Greenville, MO 63944    573-224-5600

 

Webster County Board of Elections   Marshfield, MO 65706    417-468-2223

 

Worth County Board of Elections Grant City, MO 64456    660-564-2219

 

Wright County Board of Elections    Hartville, MO 65667 417-741-6661

 

 

New Jersey

 

 

Atlantic County Board of Elections  Hamilton, NJ 08330  609-645-5867

 

Bergen County Board of Elections    Hackensack, NJ 07601    201-336-6225

 

Burlington County Board of Elections    Mount Holly, NJ 08060   609-265-5062

 

Camden County Board of Elections    Gloucester, NJ 08012    800-418-9427

 

Cape May County Board Elections Cape May Court House, NJ 08210  609-465-1050

 

Cumberland County Board of Elections    Bridgeton, NJ 08302 856-453-5801

 

Essex County Board of Elections Newark, NJ 07102    973-621-5071

 

Gloucester County Board of Elections    Woodbury, NJ 08096  856-384-4500

 

Hudson County Board of Elections    Jersey, NJ 07302    201-369-3435

 

Hunterdon County Board of Elections Flemington, NJ 08822    908-788-1190

 

Mercer County Board of Elections    Trenton, NJ 08650   609-989-6522

 

Middlesex County Board of Elections New Brunswick, NJ 08901 732-745-3471

 

Monmouth County Board of Elections  Freehold, NJ 07728  732-431-7802

 

Morris County Board of Elections    Morristown, NJ 07960    973-285-8350

 

Ocean County Elections Board    Toms River, NJ 08753    732-929-2167

 

Passaic County Board of Elections   Paterson, NJ 07505  973-881-4527

 

Salem County Board of Elections Salem, NJ 08079 856-935-7510

 

Somerset County Board of Elections  Somerville, NJ 08876    908-231-7084

 

Sussex County Board of Elections    Newton, NJ 07860    973-579-0950

 

Union County Board of Elections Elizabeth, NJ 07208 908-527-4123

 

Warren County Board of Elections    Belvidere, NJ 07823 908-475-6313

 

 

Nevada

 

 

Carson City County Board of Elections   Carson City, NV 89701   775-887-2087

 

Churchill County Board of Elections Fallon, NV 89406    775-423-6028

 

Clark County Board of Elections North Las Vegas, NV 89030   702-455-8683

 

Douglas County Board of Elections   Minden, NV 89423    775-782-9023

 

Elko County Board of Elections  Elko, NV 89801  775-753-4600

 

Esmeralda County Board of Elections Goldfield, NV 89013 775-485-6367

 

Eureka County Board of Elections    Eureka, NV 89316    775-237-5262

 

Humboldt County Board of Elections  Winnemucca, NV 89445    775-623-6343

 

Lander County Board of Elections    Battle Mountain, NV 89820   775-635-5738

 

Lincoln County Board of Elections   Pioche, NV 89043    775-962-5390

 

Lyon County Board of Elections  Yerington, NV 89447 775-463-6501

 

Mineral County Board of Elections   Hawthorne, NV 89415 775-945-2446

 

Nye County Board of Elections   Tonopah, NV 89049   775-482-8127

 

Pershing County Board of Elections  Lovelock, NV 89419  775-273-2208

 

Storey County Board of Elections    Virginia City, NV 89440 775-847-0969

 

Washoe County Board of Elections    Reno, NV 89512  775-328-3670

 

White Pine County Board of Elections    Ely, NV 89301   775-293-6509

 

 

Oregon

 

 

Baker County Board of Elections Baker, OR 97814 541-523-8207

 

Benton County Board of Elections    Corvallis, OR 97330 541-766-6756

 

Clackamas County Board of Elections Oregon, OR 97045    503-655-8510

 

Clatsop County Board of Elections   Astoria, OR 97103   503-325-8511

 

Columbia County Board of Elections  St. Helens, OR 97051    503-397-7214

 

Coos County Board of Elections  Coquille, OR 97423  541-396-7610

 

Crook County Board of Elections Prineville, OR 97754    541-447-6553

 

Curry County Board of Elections Gold Beach, OR 97444    541-247-3297

 

Deschutes County Board of Elections Bend, OR 97701  541-388-6546

 

Douglas County Board of Elections   Roseburg, OR 97470  541-440-4252

 

Gilliam County Board of Elections   Condon, OR 97823    541-384-2311

 

Grant County Board of Elections Canyon City, OR 97820   541-575-1675

 

Harney County Board of Elections    Burns, OR 97720 541-573-6641

 

Hood River County Board of Elections    Hood River, OR 97031    541-386-1442

 

Jackson County Board of Elections   Medford, OR 97501   541-774-6148

 

Jefferson County Board of Elections Madras, OR 97741    541-475-4451

 

Josephine County Board of Elections Grants Pass, OR 97528   541-474-5243

 

Klamath County Board of Elections   Klamath Falls, OR 97601 541-883-5157

 

Lake County Board of Elections  Lakeview, OR 97630  541-947-6006

 

Lane County Board of Elections  Eugene, OR 97401    541-682-4234

 

 

Pennsylvania

 

 

Adams County Board of Elections Gettysburg, PA 17325    717-337-9832

 

Allegheny County Board of Elections Pittsburgh, PA 15219    412-350-4500

 

Armstrong County Board of Elections Kittanning, PA 16201    724-548-3222

 

Beaver County Board of Elections    Beaver, PA 15009    724-770-4440

 

Bedford County Board of Elections   Bedford, PA 15522   814-623-4807

 

Berks County Board of Elections Reading, PA 19601   610-478-6490

 

Blair County Board of Elections Hollidaysburg, PA 16648 814-693-3150

 

Bradford County Elections Bur   Towanda, PA 18848   570-265-1717

 

Bucks County Board of Elections Doylestown, PA 18901    215-348-6163

 

Butler County Board of Elections    Butler, PA 16001    724-284-5308

 

Cambria County Board of Elections   Ebensburg, PA 15931 814-472-1464

 

Cameron County Board of Elections   Emporium, PA 15834  814-486-2315

 

Carbon County Board of Elections    Jim Thorpe, PA 18229    570-325-4801

 

Centre County Board of Elections    Bellefonte, PA 16823    814-355-6703

 

Chester County Board of Elections   West Chester, PA 19382  610-344-6410

 

Clarion County Board of Elections   Clarion, PA 16214   814-226-4000

 

Clearfield County Board of Elections    Clearfield, PA 16830    814-765-2642

 

Clinton County Board of Elections   Lock Haven, PA 17745    570-893-4019

 

Columbia County Board of Elections  Bloomsburg, PA 17815    570-389-5640

 

Crawford County Board of Elections  Meadville, PA 16335 814-333-7308

 

Cumberland County Board of Elections    Carlisle, PA 17013  717-240-6385

 

Dauphin County Board of Elections   Harrisburg, PA 17108    717-780-6362

 

Delaware County Board of Elections  Media, PA 19063 610-891-4673

 

Elk County Board of Elections   Ridgway, PA 15853   814-776-5337

 

Erie County Board of Elections  Erie, PA 16501  814-451-6276

 

Fayette County Board of Elections   Uniontown, PA 15401 724-430-1289

 

Forest County Board of Elections    Tionesta, PA 16353  814-755-3537

 

Franklin County Board of Elections  Chambersburg, PA 17201  717-261-3886

 

Fulton County Board of Elections    McConnellsburg, PA 17233    717-485-3691

 

Greene County Board of Elections    Waynesburg, PA 15370    724-852-5304

 

Huntingdon County Board of Elections    Huntingdon, PA 16652    814-643-3091

 

Indiana County Board of Elections   Indiana, PA 15701   724-465-3852

 

Jefferson County Board of Elections Brookville, PA 15825    814-849-1653

 

Juniata County Board of Elections   Mifflintown, PA 17059   717-436-7706

 

Lackawanna County Board of Elections    Scranton, PA 18505  570-963-6737

 

Lancaster County Board of Elections Lancaster, PA 17603 717-295-3558

 

Lawrence County Board of Elections  New Castle, PA 16101    724-656-2161

 

Lebanon County Board of Elections   Lebanon, PA 17042   717-274-2801

 

Lehigh County Board of Elections    Allentown, PA 18101 610-782-3198

 

Luzerne County Board of Elections   Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701  570-825-1715

 

Lycoming County Board of Elections  Williamsport, PA 17701  570-327-2285

 

Mckean County Board of Elections    Smethport, PA 16749 814-887-5571

 

Mercer County Board of Elections    Mercer, PA 16137    724-662-7542

 

Mifflin County Board of Elections   Lewistown, PA 17044 717-248-6571

 

Monroe County Board of Elections    Stroudsburg, PA 18360   570-517-3165

 

Montgomery County Voter Services    Norristown, PA 19401    610-278-3280

 

Montour County Board of Elections   Danville, PA 17821  570-271-3000

 

Northampton County Board of Elections   Easton, PA 18042    610-559-3055

 

Northumberland County Board of Elections    Sunbury, PA 17801   570-988-4209

 

Perry County Board of Elections New Bloomfield, PA 17068    717-582-2131

 

Philadelphia County Board of Elections  Philadelphia, PA 19123  215-686-1505

 

Pike County Board of Elections  Milford, PA 18337   570-296-3426

 

Potter County Board of Elections    Coudersport, PA 16915   814-274-8467

 

Schuylkill County Board of Elections    Pottsville, PA 17901    570-628-1467

 

Snyder County Board of Elections    Middleburg, PA 17842    570-837-4207

 

Somerset County Board of Elections  Somerset, PA 15501  814-445-1549

 

Sullivan County Board of Elections  Laporte, PA 18626   570-946-5201

 

Susquehanna County Board of Elections   Montrose, PA 18801  570-278-4600

 

Tioga County Board of Elections Wellsboro, PA 16901 570-723-8230

 

Union County Board of Elections Lewisburg, PA 17837 570-524-8682

 

Venango County Board of Elections   Franklin, PA 16323  814-432-9514

 

Warren County Board of Elections    Warren, PA 16365    814-728-3406

 

Washington County Board of Elections    Washington, PA 15301    724-228-6750

 

Wayne County Board of Elections Honesdale, PA 18431 570-253-5970

 

Westmoreland County Board of Elections  Greensburg, PA 15601    724-830-3150

 

Wyoming County Board of Elections   Tunkhannock, PA 18657   570-996-2226

 

York County Board of Elections  York, PA 17401  717-771-9604

 

 

Virginia

 

 

Accomack County Board of Elections  Accomac, VA 23301   757-824-0525

 

Albemarle County Board of Elections Charlottesville, VA 22902   434-972-4173

 

Alexandria County Board of Elections    Alexandria, VA 22314    703-838-4050

 

Alleghany County Board of Elections Covington, VA 24426 540-965-1690

 

Amelia County Board of Elections    Amelia Court House, VA 23002    804-561-3460

 

Amherst County Board of Elections   Amherst, VA 24521   434-946-9315

 

Appomattox County Board of Elections    Appomattox, VA 24522    434-352-5302

 

Arlington County Board of Elections Arlington, VA 22201 703-228-3456

 

Augusta County Board of Elections   Verona, VA 24482    540-245-5656

 

Bath County Board of Elections  Warm Springs, VA 24484  540-839-7266

 

Bedford County Board of Elections   Bedford, VA 24523   540-586-7649

 

Bedford County Board of Elections   Bedford, VA 24523   540-587-6007

 

Bland County Board of Elections Bland, VA 24315 276-688-4441

 

Botetourt County Board of Elections Fincastle, VA 24090 540-473-8235

 

Bristol County Board of Elections   Bristol, VA 24201   276-645-7318

 

Brunswick County Board of Elections Lawrenceville, VA 23868 434-848-4414

 

Buchanan County Board of Elections  Grundy, VA 24614    276-935-6534

 

Buckingham County Board of Elections    Buckingham, VA 23921    434-969-4304

 

Buena Vista County Board of Elections   Buena Vista, VA 24416   540-261-8605

 

Campbell County Board of Elections  Rustburg, VA 24588  434-332-9579

 

Caroline County Board of Elections  Bowling Green, VA 22427 804-633-9083

 

Carroll County Board of Elections   Hillsville, VA 24343    276-730-3035

 

Charles City County Board of Elections  Charles City, VA 23030  804-652-4606

 

Charlotte County Board of Elections Charlotte Court House, VA 23923 434-542-5856

 

Charlottesville County Board of Elections   Charlottesville, VA 22902   434-970-3250

 

Chesapeake County Board of Elections    Chesapeake, VA 23322    757-277-9797

 

Chesterfield County Board of Elections  Chesterfield, VA 23832  804-748-1471

 

Clarke County Board of Elections    Berryville, VA 22611    540-955-5168

 

Colonial Heights County Board of Elections  Colonial Heights, VA 23834  804-520-9277

 

Covington County Board of Elections Covington, VA 24426 540-965-6380

 

Craig County Board of Elections New Castle, VA 24127    540-864-6190

 

Culpeper County Board of Elections  Culpeper, VA 22701  540-825-0652

 

Cumberland County Board of Elections    Cumberland, VA 23040    804-492-4504

 

Danville County Board of Elections  Danville, VA 24541  434-799-6560

 

Dickenson County Board of Elections Clintwood, VA 24228 276-926-1620

 

Dinwiddie County Board of Elections Dinwiddie, VA 23841 804-469-4500

 

Emporia County Board of Elections   Emporia, VA 23847   434-634-9533

 

Essex County Board of Elections Tappahannock, VA 22560  804-443-4611

 

Fairfax County Board of Elections   Fairfax, VA 22030   703-222-0776

 

Fairfax County Board of Elections   Fairfax, VA 22030   703-385-7890

 

Falls Church County Board of Elections  Falls Church, VA 22046  703-248-5085

 

Fauquier County Board of Elections  Warrenton, VA 20186 540-422-8290

 

Floyd County Board of Elections Floyd, VA 24091 540-745-9350

 

Fluvanna County Board of Elections  Palmyra, VA 22963   434-589-3593

 

Franklin County Board of Elections  Rocky Mount, VA 24151   540-483-3025

 

Franklin County Board of Elections  Franklin, VA 23851  757-562-8545

 

Frederick County Board of Elections Winchester, VA 22601    540-665-5660

 

Fredericksburg County Board of Elections    Fredericksburg, VA 22401    540-372-1030

 

Galax County Board of Elections Galax, VA 24333 276-236-7509

 

Giles County Board of Elections Pearisburg, VA 24134    540-921-2802

 

Gloucester County Board of Elections    Gloucester Courthouse, VA 23061 804-693-3659

 

Goochland County Board of Elections Goochland, VA 23063 804-556-5803

 

Grayson County Board of Elections   Independence, VA 24348  276-773-2842

 

Greene County Board of Elections    Stanardsville, VA 22973 434-985-5213

 

Greensville County Board of Elections   Emporia, VA 23847   434-348-4228

 

Halifax County Board of Elections   Halifax, VA 24558   434-476-3322

 

Hampton County Board of Elections   Hampton, VA 23666   757-727-6218

 

Hanover County Board of Elections   Hanover, VA 23069   804-365-6080

 

Harrisonburg County Board of Elections  Harrisonburg, VA 22801  540-432-7707

 

Henrico County Board of Elections   Richmond, VA 23228  804-501-4347

 

Henry County Board of Elections Collinsville, VA 24078  276-638-5108

 

Highland County Board of Elections  Monterey, VA 24465  540-468-2013

 

Hopewell County Board of Elections  Hopewell, VA 23860  804-541-2232

 

Isle Of Wight County Board of Elections Windsor, VA 23487   757-365-6230

 

James City County Board of Elections    Williamsburg, VA 23185  757-253-6868

 

King And Queen County Board of Elections    , VA 23085  804-785-5980

 

King George County Board of Elections   King George, VA 22485   540-775-9186

 

King William County Board of Elections  King William, VA 23086  804-769-4952

 

Lancaster County Board of Elections Lancaster, VA 22503 804-462-5277

 

Lee County Board of Elections   Jonesville, VA 24263    276-346-7780

 

Lexington County Board of Elections Lexington, VA 24450 540-462-3706

 

Loudoun County Board of Elections   Leesburg, VA 20175  703-777-0380

 

Louisa County Board of Elections    Louisa, VA 23093    540-967-3427

 

Lunenburg County Board of Elections Lunenburg, VA 23952 434-696-3071

 

Lynchburg County Board of Elections Lynchburg, VA 24501 434-847-1609

 

Madison County Board of Elections   Madison, VA 22727   540-948-6533

 

Manassas County Board of Elections  Manassas Park, VA 20111 703-335-8806

 

Manassas Park County Board of Elections Manassas, VA 20110  703-257-8230

 

Martinsville County Board of Elections  Martinsville, VA 24112  276-403-5122

 

Mathews County Board of Elections   Mathews, VA 23109   804-725-3200

 

Mecklenburg County Board of Elections   Boydton, VA 23917   434-738-6191

 

Middlesex County Board of Elections Saluda, VA 23149    804-758-4420

 

Montgomery County Board of Elections    Christiansburg, VA 24073    540-382-5741

 

Nelson County Board of Elections    Lovingston, VA 22949    434-263-4068

 

New Kent County Board of Elections  New Kent, VA 23124  804-966-9699

 

Newport News County Board of Elections  Newport News, VA 23607  757-926-8683

 

Norfolk County Board of Elections   Norfolk, VA 23510   757-664-4353

 

Northampton County Board of Elections   Cape Charles, VA 23310  757-678-0480

 

Northumberland County Board of Elections    Heathsville, VA 22473   804-580-4655

 

Norton County Board of Elections    Norton, VA 24273    276-679-1162

 

Orange County Board of Elections    Orange, VA 22960    540-672-5262

 

Page County Board of Elections  Luray, VA 22835 540-743-3986

 

Patrick County Board of Elections   Stuart, VA 24171    276-694-7206

 

Petersburg County Board of Elections    Petersburg, VA 23804    804-733-8071

 

Pittsylvania County Board of Elections  Chatham, VA 24531   434-432-7971

 

Poquoson County Board of Elections  Poquoson, VA 23662  757-868-3070

 

Portsmouth County Board of Elections    Portsmouth, VA 23704    757-393-8644

 

Powhatan County Board of Elections  Powhatan, VA 23139  804-598-5604

 

Prince Edward County Board of Elections Farmville, VA 23901 434-392-4767

 

Prince George County Board of Elections Prince George, VA 23875 804-722-8748

 

Prince William County Board of Elections    Manassas, VA 20110  703-792-6470

 

Pulaski County Board of Elections   Pulaski, VA 24301   540-980-2111

 

Radford County Board of Elections   Radford, VA 24141   540-267-3156

 

Rappahannock County Board of Elections  Washington, VA 22747    540-675-5380

 

Richmond County Board of Elections  Warsaw, VA 22572    804-333-4772

 

Richmond County Board of Elections  Richmond, VA 23261  804-646-5950

 

Roanoke County Board of Elections   Roanoke, VA 24011   540-853-2281

 

Roanoke County Board of Elections   Roanoke, VA 24018   540-772-7500

 

Rockbridge County Board of Elections    Lexington, VA 24450 540-463-7203

 

Rockingham County Board of Elections    Harrisonburg, VA 22802  540-564-3055

 

Russell County Board of Elections   Lebanon, VA 24266   276-889-8006

 

Salem County Board of Elections Salem, VA 24153 540-375-3034

 

Scott County Board of Elections Gate City, VA 24251 276-386-3843

 

Shenandoah County Board of Elections    Woodstock, VA 22664 540-459-6195

 

Smyth County Board of Elections Marion, VA 24354    276-783-7000

 

Southampton County Board of Elections   Courtland, VA 23837 757-653-9280

 

Spotsylvania County Board of Elections  Spotsylvania, VA 22553  540-507-7380

 

Stafford County Board of Elections  Stafford, VA 22554  540-658-4000

 

Staunton County Board of Elections  Staunton, VA 24401  540-332-3840

 

Suffolk County Board of Elections   Suffolk, VA 23434   757-514-7750

 

Surry County Board of Elections Surry, VA 23883 757-294-5213

 

Sussex County Board of Elections    Sussex, VA 23884    434-246-1047

 

Tazewell County Board of Elections  Tazewell, VA 24651  276-988-1305

 

Virginia Beach County Board of Elections    Virginia Beach, VA 23456    757-385-8683

 

Warren County Board of Elections    Front Royal, VA 22630   540-635-4327

 

Washington County Board of Elections    Abingdon, VA 24211  276-676-6227

 

Waynesboro County Board of Elections    Waynesboro, VA 22980    540-942-6620

 

Westmoreland County Board of Elections  Montross, VA 22520  804-493-8898

 

Williamsburg County Board of Elections  Williamsburg, VA 23185  757-220-6157

 

Winchester County Board of Elections    Winchester, VA 22601    540-545-7910

 

Wise County Board of Elections  Wise, VA 24293  276-328-8331

 

Wythe County Board of Elections Wytheville, VA 24382    276-223-6038

 

York County Board of Elections  Yorktown, VA 23690  757-890-3440

 

 

Washington

 

 

Adams County Board of Elections Ritzville, WA 99169 509-659-3249

 

Asotin County Board of Elections    Asotin, WA 99402    509-243-2084

 

Benton County Board of Elections    Prosser, WA 99350   509-736-3085

 

Chelan County Board of Elections    Wenatchee, WA 98807 509-667-6808

 

Clallam County Board of Elections   Port Angeles, WA 98362  360-417-2221

 

Clark County Board of Elections Vancouver, WA 98666 360-397-2345

 

Columbia County Board of Elections  Dayton, WA 99328    509-382-4541

 

Cowlitz County Board of Elections   Kelso, WA 98626 360-577-3005

 

Douglas County Board of Elections   Waterville, WA 98858    509-745-8527

 

Ferry County Board of Elections Republic, WA 99166  509-775-5200

 

Franklin County Board of Elections  Pasco, WA 99301 509-545-3538

 

Garfield County Board of Elections  Pomeroy, WA 99347   509-843-1411

 

Grant County Board of Elections Ephrata, WA 98823   509-754-2011

 

Grays Harbor County Board of Elections  Montesano, WA 98563 360-964-1556

 

Island County Board of Elections    Coupeville, WA 98239    360-679-7366

 

Jefferson County Board of Elections Port Townsend, WA 98368 360-385-9117

 

King County Board of Elections  Renton, WA 98057    206-296-8683

 

Kitsap County Board of Elections    Port Orchard, WA 98366  360-337-7128

 

Kittitas County Board of Elections  Ellensburg, WA 98926    509-962-7503

 

Klickitat County Board of Elections Goldendale, WA 98620    509-773-4001

 

Lewis County Board of Elections Chehalis, WA 98532  360-740-1278

 

Lincoln County Board of Elections   Davenport, WA 99122 509-725-4971

 

Mason County Board of Elections Shelton, WA 98584   360-427-9670

 

Okanogan County Board of Elections  Okanogan, WA 98840  509-422-7240

 

Pacific County Board of Elections   South Bend, WA 98586    360-875-9317

 

Pend Oreille County Board of Elections  Newport, WA 99156   509-447-3185

 

Pierce County Board of Elections    Tacoma, WA 98409    253-798-7430

 

San Juan County Board of Elections  Friday Harbor, WA 98250 360-378-3357

 

Skagit County Board of Elections    Mount Vernon, WA 98273  360-336-9305

 

Skamania County Board of Elections  Stevenson, WA 98648 509-427-3730

 

Snohomish County Board of Elections Everett, WA 98201   425-388-3444

 

Spokane County Board of Elections   Spokane, WA 99201   509-477-2320

 

Stevens County Board of Elections   Colville, WA 99114  509-684-7514

 

Thurston County Board of Elections  Olympia, WA 98502   360-786-5408

 

Wahkiakum County Board of Elections Cathlamet, WA 98612 360-795-3219

 

Walla Walla County Board of Elections   Walla Walla, WA 99362   509-524-2530

 

Whatcom County Board of Elections   Bellingham, WA 98225    360-676-6742

 

Whitman County Board of Elections   Colfax, WA 99111    509-397-5284

 

Yakima County Board of Elections    Yakima, WA 98901    509-574-1340

 

 

Wisconsin

 

 

Adams County Board of Elections Friendship, WI 53934    608-339-4200

 

Ashland County Board of Elections   Ashland, WI 54806   715-682-7016

 

Barron County Board of Elections    Barron, WI 54812    715-537-6200

 

Bayfield County Board of Elections  Washburn, WI 54891  715-373-6100

 

Brown County Board of Elections Green Bay, WI 54301 920-448-4016

 

Buffalo County Board of Elections   Alma, WI 54610  608-685-6209

 

Burnett County Board of Elections   Siren, WI 54872 715-349-2173

 

Calumet County Board of Elections   Chilton, WI 53014   920-849-2361

 

Clark County Board of Elections Neillsville, WI 54456   715-743-5148

 

Columbia County Board of Elections  Portage, WI 53901   608-742-9654

 

Crawford County Board of Elections  Prairie du Chien, WI 53821  608-326-0200

 

Dane County Board of Elections  Madison, WI 53703   608-266-4121

 

Dodge County Board of Elections Juneau, WI 53039    920-386-3600

 

Door County Board of Elections  Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235  920-746-2200

 

Douglas County Board of Elections   Superior, WI 54880  715-395-1341

 

Dunn County Board of Elections  Menomonie, WI 54751 715-232-1677

 

Eau Claire County Board of Elections    Eau Claire, WI 54703    715-839-4803

 

Florence County Board of Elections  Florence, WI 54121  715-528-3201

 

Forest County Board of Elections    Crandon, WI 54520   715-478-2422

 

Grant County Board of Elections Lancaster, WI 53813 608-723-2675

 

Green County Board of Elections Monroe, WI 53566    608-328-9430

 

Green Lake County Board of Elections    Green Lake, WI 54941    920-294-4005

 

Iowa County Board of Elections  Dodgeville, WI 53533    608-935-0399

 

Iron County Board of Elections  Hurley, WI 54534    715-561-3375

 

Jackson County Board of Elections   Black River Falls, WI 54615 715-284-0201

 

Jefferson County Board of Elections Jefferson, WI 53549 920-674-8630

 

Juneau County Board of Elections    Mauston, WI 53948   608-847-9300

 

Kenosha County Board of Elections   Kenosha, WI 53140   262-653-2552

 

Kewaunee County Board of Elections  Kewaunee, WI 54216  920-388-7133

 

La Crosse County Board of Elections La Crosse, WI 54601 608-785-9581

 

Lafayette County Board of Elections Darlington, WI 53530    608-776-4850

 

Langlade County Board of Elections  Antigo, WI 54409    715-627-6200

 

Lincoln County Board of Elections   Merrill, WI 54452   715-539-1020

 

Marathon County Board of Elections  Wausau, WI 54403    715-261-1500

 

Marinette County Board of Elections Marinette, WI 54143 715-732-7406

 

Marquette County Board of Elections Montello, WI 53949  608-297-3016

 

Menominee County Board of Elections Keshena, WI 54135   715-799-3311

 

Milwaukee County Board of Elections Milwaukee, WI 53233 414-278-4060

 

Monroe County Board of Elections    Sparta, WI 54656    608-269-8705

 

Oconto County Board of Elections    Oconto, WI 54153    920-834-6800

 

Oneida County Board of Elections    Rhinelander, WI 54501   715-369-6144

 

Outagamie County Board of Elections Appleton, WI 54911  920-832-5077

 

Ozaukee County Board of Elections   Port Washington, WI 53074   262-284-8110

 

Pepin County Board of Elections Durand, WI 54736    715-672-8857

 

Pierce County Board of Elections    Ellsworth, WI 54011 715-273-6744

 

Polk County Board of Elections  Balsam Lake, WI 54810   715-485-9226

 

Portage County Board of Elections   Stevens Point, WI 54481 715-346-1351

 

Racine County Board of Elections    Racine, WI 53403    262-637-2394

 

Richland County Board of Elections  Richland Center, WI 53581   608-649-5922

 

Rock County Board of Elections  Janesville, WI 53545    608-757-5660

 

Rusk County Board of Elections  Ladysmith, WI 54848 715-532-2100

 

Sauk County Board of Elections  Baraboo, WI 53913   608-355-3286

 

Sawyer County Board of Elections    Hayward, WI 54843   715-634-4866

 

Shawano County Board of Elections   Shawano, WI 54166   715-526-9150

 

St Croix County Board of Elections  Hudson, WI 54016    715-386-4607

 

Taylor County Board of Elections    Medford, WI 54451   715-748-1460

 

Trempealeau County Board of Elections   Whitehall, WI 54773 715-538-2311

 

Vernon County Board of Elections    Viroqua, WI 54665   608-637-5380

 

Vilas County Board of Elections Eagle River, WI 54521   715-479-3600

 

Walworth County Board of Elections  Elkhorn, WI 53121   262-741-4241

 

Washburn County Board of Elections  Shell Lake, WI 54871    715-468-4600

 

Washington County Board of Elections    West Bend, WI 53095 262-335-4400

 

Waukesha County Board of Elections  Waukesha, WI 53188  262-548-7010

 

Waupaca County Board of Elections   Waupaca, WI 54981   715-258-6200

 

Waushara County Board of Elections  Wautoma, WI 54982   920-787-0442

Winnebago County Board of Elections Oshkosh, WI 54901   920-236-4888

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What Could Go Wrong? US Unveils Artificially Intelligent Fighter Pilot

 

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The two most aggressive military forces in the world have added a new frontier in their immense ability to deal death and destruction. In the same week, an Israeli firm launched the first-ever torpedo from an unmanned sea vessel while a U.S. artificially intelligent fighter pilot easily won combat simulations against human pilots.

These achievements are a testament to the sad reality that military interests are often the first to take advantage of wondrous advancements such as AI, just as nuclear physics and other technologies were hijacked for more efficient methods of killing.

Stephen Hawking pointed this out during an interview on the Larry King show.

Governments seem to be engaged in an AI arms race, designing planes and weapons with intelligent technologies. The funding for projects directly beneficial to the human race, such as improved medical screening seems a somewhat lower priority.

The AI fighter jet pilot, known as Alpha, was developed by researchers from the University of Cincinnati and defense company Psibernetix. It used four virtual jets to defend a coastline from two attacking planes with superior weapons systems—without suffering any losses.

Retired US Air Force colonel Gene Lee was shot out of the air every time after protracted engagements, and could not even manage to score a hit on Alpha.

The groundbreaking feat was accomplished through the use of “fuzzy logic” to efficiently compute the massive amounts of data from a simulated fighter jet. Instead of analyzing every bit of data equally, fuzzy logic assigns a degree of truth or significance to the pieces of data before making a broader decision.

“Here, you’ve got an AI system that seems to be able to deal with the air-to-air environment, which is extraordinarily dynamic, has an extraordinary number of parameters and, in the paper, more than holds its own against a skilled and capable, experienced combat pilot,” said Doug Barrie, a military aerospace analyst at think tank IISS.

“It’s like a chess master losing out to a computer.”

For now, the talk is about using Alpha “as a simulation tool or as a device to help develop better systems for assisting human pilots in the air.” But it’s a safe assumption that using AI to pilot real machines is being explored by a military machine incessantly hungry for the next best means of reaping death and destruction.

If an AI fighter pilot were ever to fly an actual fighter jet, the obvious question is, what happens when it decides to attack a non-military target? Of course, human pilots routinely bomb innocent civilians, but this is “justified” as collateral damage in the pursuit of defeating the bogeyman du jour.

The unmanned torpedo-launching sea vessel system, called Seagull, will soon be put into use by the Israeli Navy for use against submarines and sea mines. It consists of one or two surface vessels, each about 40 feet long, operated remotely from manned ships or the shore.

One vessel carries a sonar system that can search the entire water volume, with another that deploys an underwater robot for further investigation. When a threat is confirmed, a vessel launches a torpedo-like weapon to destroy the target.

This test carried out in the Haifa port marks the first time that a torpedo has been launched from an unmanned boat.

‘The success of the first torpedo launch test is a major milestone, confirming the Unmanned Surface Vessel’s capability to incorporate weapons that counter submarines, in addition to its unique submarine and mine detection capabilities,’ Elbit, the firm behind the trial said.

While it’s great to “take the man out of the minefield,” the Seagull also represents the kind of military advancement we see with unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones.

As we know, drones have been the tool of choice for expanding undeclared war into countries in the name of fighting terrorism, which has resulted in thousands of innocent civilians being killed. When bombing is carried out remotely, from the comfort of a padded seat in a secure building, the operator is that much more detached from the reality of killing people.

Former drone operators have gone public about the blood lust and indifference that characterizes the drone assassination program, and fellow operators getting intoxicated to “bend that reality and try to picture yourself not being there.”

Of course, operating torpedo-equipped sea vessels is a different beast, but the trend toward unmanned killing machines is nonetheless troubling. With AI being brought into military technology, how long before scenes from the Terminator movies are a real thing?

By Justin Gardner

 

Justin Gardner writes for TheFreeThoughtProject.com, where this article first appeared.

 

What Could Go Wrong? US Unveils Artificially Intelligent Fighter Pilot.

Ex-CIA Spy: A Global Open Source Revolution Is About To Begin

When Robert David Steele speaks, people listen. Especially those within the military and intelligence communities around the world.



With his continued rhetoric on the open source everything manifesto as a way to positively transform this world for all, Mr. Steele has additionally begun discussing the world’s largest financial/gold cover-up story which has ties to JFK’s assassination and 9/11: That is, the global collateral accounts.

As a former CIA spy who has trained over 7,500 officers from over 66 countries,  Robert Steele has over 18 years experience across the U.S. Intelligence community  and an additional 20 years experience in commercial intelligence and training. He is  also a former Marine and he is the co-founder of the Marine Corps Intelligence  Activity.

He has also written several books, which include, The Open Source Manifesto and  Intelligence For Earth: Clarity, Diversity, Integrity and Sustainability, among others.

In accord to open source everything, Robert’s motto is: The truth at any cost, lowers all other costs.

Essentially, when information, technology and resources are opened up as the  commons to all, the true cost plummets and the well-being of our planet and all living  beings here begin to thrive, as well as our social, political and financial systems.

In Robert’s own words, the open source revolution will transform our world for the better and for all.

“Sharing, not secrecy, is the means by which we realize such a lofty destiny as well as create infinite wealth. The wealth of networks, the wealth of knowledge, revolutionary wealth- all can create a nonzero, win-win Earth that works for 100% of humanity. This is the ‘utopia’ that Buckminster Fuller foresaw, now within our reach.” 

Similar models to Steele’s open source everything also include The  Venus Project: Beyond Politics, Poverty and War, which calls for a  holistic approach to changing the systems on this planet in a way that  utilizes technology and human ingenuity to provide a high standard of  living for every person by opening the planet’s resources for the use of  all– in a strategically sustainable and efficient manner.

Another model that is similar is Sustainable Human’s gift-based  community in which all who participate are volunteers and everything  created is done to “spread knowledge, ideas and alternative ways of  living that enable humanity to live in harmony with the rest of life on Earth. ”

All of these models are wonderful and appropriate to envision, and what is certain is that most of the social systems we have in place currently, must go. Fundamental change is necessary.

In an interview with The Guardian, Robert David Steele was asked his opinion on the idea that the U.S. is on the verge of revolting against the elitist 1%:

“The preconditions for revolution exist in the UK, and most Western countries [including the U.S].

The number of active pre-conditions is quite stunning, from elite isolation to concentrated wealth to inadequate socialization and education, to concentrated land-holdings to loss of authority to repression of new technologies, especially in relation to energy, to the atrophy of the public sector and spread of corruption, to media dishonesty, to mass unemployment of young men and on and on and on.” 

What then needs to happen for this to begin? Steele says:

“Preconditions are not the same as precipitants. We are waiting for our Tunisian fruit seller. The public will endure great repression, especially when most media outlets and schools are actively aiding the repressive meme of ‘you are helpless, this is the order of things.’

When we have a scandal so powerful that it cannot be ignored by the average Briton or American, we will have a revolution that overturns the corrupt political systems in both countries, and perhaps puts many banks out of business. Vaclav Handel calls this ‘The Power of the Powerless.’ One spark, one massive fire.” 

Interestingly, this interview was conducted almost exactly 2 years ago. Have we not seen the divide  between the 99% and the 1% continue to grow in that time? Humanity will not remain quiet for much longer. We are  indeed close to some big and positive changes.

Perhaps this massive  scandal/event we are waiting for is the conclusion of the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton and the Clinton Foundation or maybe it is Britain’s vote to leave the EU, potentially triggering a cascade of revolts throughout Europe and then the world, or perhaps it will be a large enough group of people becoming aware of the global collateral accounts, the world’s largest  financial/gold cover-up which has relation to JFK’s death and the  events of 9/11; a story which just three weeks ago Robert David Steele started to write about publicly:

It never occurred to me that accidentally becoming the top Amazon reviewer for non-fiction, partially associated with my being the lead for Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) for 25 years across 66+ countries, would be vastly more important than everything I ever learned across multiple graduate degrees, as a former spy, and as co-founder of the Marine Corps Intelligence Activity (MCIA).As I encounter disbelief about Neil Keenan and his role as the main juncture between the Dragon Society and the West as we move toward a global economic re-set, I have to remind myself that 80% of the public still thinks JFK was assassinated by Lee Harvey Oswald; J. Edgar Hoover was a moral man; the Israelis attacked the USS Liberty by accident, and 9/11 was carried out by a bunch of “rag heads” armed with box cutters. 

I must emphasize that it was not the books that underlay my absolute confidence in Neil Keenan and the Dragon Society and the broad outlines of the coming global re-set, but rather the people behind the books that I have taken the trouble to meet, sometimes under quasi-clandestine circumstances. Sterling and Peggy Seagrave – Peggy has passed – stand out.

Their book, Gold Warriors–America’s Secret Recovery of Yamashita’s Gold, came with a CD containing 60,000 additional documents including maps and photographs. That led me to a quasi-clandestine meeting in France to interview them for the 2004 offering of my international conference – the transcript is online – and a deep continuing relationship of trust.”

The public endorsement of Neil Keenan and his team’s efforts to open the global collateral accounts from Robert David Steele is another clear indication that these accounts are indeed real and that those who are working with Neil Keenan (positive factions within The Pentagon and CIA, Russian Intelligence, presidents and prime ministers of  multiple South American countries and several Asian countries, among many other political, financial and intelligence and military groups who are all quietly and sometimes openly working for humanity’s best interest) are legitimate.

The global collateral accounts have such a deep and complex history, which can be read in great detail here. In short, they are off-ledger accounts backed by gold, silver and many other assets which were originally intended for humanitarian projects.

JFK signed what is known as the Green Hilton Memorial Agreement with President Sukarno of Indonesia, which was to use these accounts to issue a new US Treasury Note (backed by gold and silver) and end the Federal Reserve’s control over the global financial system.

Neil Keenan is now getting very close to opening these accounts for the intended purposes of transforming our world for the better through many humanitarian projects as well as the release of free energy technologies and an overhaul in the global financial system. Russia, China, Iran, Indonesia and almost the entire Eastern hemisphere is supporting this plan in one way or another.

Perhaps Robert David Steele’s ideas on an open source world will be part of the coming humanitarian projects.

As almost anyone can see when they look around either at their own lives or the world at large, everything is changing. Everything is in flux. Everything happens in cycles. The time for positive global change is now.

For more information on some of the topics mentioned above, check out these articles: 

The Inevitability of Peaceful Revolution

We Need A New, Beneficial Global Economy

The Connection Between 9/11, JFK and the Global Collateral Accounts

The Most Important Financial Meeting Since JFK’s Death Just Took Place

The Alliance That Is Taking Down The New World Order

 

Ex-CIA Spy: A Global Open Source Revolution Is About To Begin.

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