Commissioner Noack questions election integrity during Commissioner Court meeting

Montgomery County Elections Administrator Suzie Harvey, who appeared before the Montgomery County Commissioners Court at its regular meeting on Tuesday, November 17, 2020.

The Golden Hammer Staff Reports

Conroe, November 20 – After a cluster of runoff elections with questionable results in Montgomery County, one County Commissioner finally raised the issue of ballot and voting integrity in County elections, while conservatives watch in amazement as liberal-leaning election officials seem across the Nation to have shifted electoral results away from President Donald Trump.

Suzie Harvey, the Montgomery County Elections Administrator, appeared before the Montgomery County Commissioners Court on Tuesday, November 17, during a regular meeting to ask the Commissioners Court to approve the canvass of the November 3, 2020, General Election. The Commissioners Court approved the canvass without any review or discussion, as citizens have come to expect from the lackluster group of incumbents.

Harvey, of course, is closely aligned politically with Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley and Precinct 4 Commissioner James Metts through her sister Phyllis Martin, Metts’ Chief of Staff whom the Board of District Judges fired as Montgomery County Auditor for her lack of proficiency at the end of 2018.

This newspaper has confirmed voting irregularities in at least two County runoff elections, one in 2016 and one in 2018, where ballot tabulations did not match the announced results.

Precinct 3 Commissioner James Noack had the courage to question ballot tabulation procedures during Harvey’s discussion of the canvass on Tuesday. Noack began, “I have heard that the voting machines we use are end of life and we’re going to need to go to a new system. We obviously don’t want to use Dominion [referring to the software which Democrats across the country have used to change electoral outcomes through software manipulations].”

Noack pressed the issue: “But when we go to new voting machines, are there machines that are dual machines that are both paper and electronic? Because the more you see about ballots and voter integrity and ballot integrity, it would be nice to have a physical ballot to go along with the electronic vote that you cast. I’d like for you to bring back a machine that does both, if they exist.”

Harvey tried to answer Noack, but, not surprisingly, County Judge Mark Keough, who has shifted towards supporting the political “establishment,” and an assistant county attorney quickly shut down Noack’s very legitimate questions.

Candidates, who have serious aspirations for political office and dare to challenge Keough and the rest of the political establishment in corrupt Montgomery County, should clearly have pollwatchers and other safeguards in place before even considering an electoral run.

Precinct 3 Montgomery County Commissioner James Noack questioned ballot integrity in Montgomery County elections during the November 17, 2020, Commissioners Court meeting.

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