December 12, 2022 By Jay Valentine
Elections, like corporations, have books everyone can see to make an election or investment decision. Corporations have a cash flow report, balance sheet, income statement, and the supporting material needed to properly inform an investor. If these don’t match, hundreds of Wall Street types immediately pick up on it. It is possible to make a bad investment decision, but if a company publishes deliberately false financials, the CEO and CFO visit the clink.
Remember Sarbanes-Oxley? You can bet every public company CEO does.
Election records begin with the voter registry. A
voter, candidate, election official or a curious person with too much
time on their hands can review these. They are usually available to
candidates and political parties; sometimes costing thousands of dollars
-- sometimes free. Depends on the state. Republicans don’t understand there are two sets of books. One set we just noted – election rolls -- everyone sees. The hidden set of books contains the ballot and phantom and address inventory. .........To Read More....