Did Expert Witness, Activists Thwart a Rove Ohio Vote Plot?
By Andrew Kreig
A software expert’s testimony this week may have thwarted a plot to flip enough votes to secure a victory for GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Building on years of efforts by activists, election software critic and retired National Security Agency analyst Michael Duniho testified in Ohio’s state court that secret software installed on Ohio machines could enable officials to flip votes sufficiently to select a different winner that the one chosen by voters.
Duniho is shown at right in similar testimony in Arizona, where he is a local elections official.