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In a message dated 11/6/2015 8:24:49 A.M. Central Standard Time,
joshua.kiley@CO.RAMSEY.MN.US writes:


Contact Us | Hart

800.223.HART FAX: 512.252.6466. SALES: 800-223-4278
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spoke with Joe regarding our new equipment purchase. The cost was $2,750,000 for
the equipment. The manufacturer is Hart InterCivic based in Austin,

To Elections Clerk Joe Manskey et
As Elections come and go
Congratualtions to the Winner apparantly Rebecca, in Ward 2. All Candidates who
paid the Outrageous Fee of $250 to educate the Public, Disparaty of the Fee for
School Board is 2 dollars, Legislature 100 dollars etc.
However please send to Affiant the
Cost and Manufacture of the new Voting Machines.

here: 2015 election results: Ramsey, Washington, Dakota and Anoka counties -

I voted stickers Question was Sharons Electronic Ballot
Were the Ballots rotated in all Ward 2 at all Precints Fairly.
Were the Ballots irregular by not Rotating each of Ward 2 6 Columns.
Further how is the Tabulation of Candidates for their Vote in 2nd,3rd,4,5,6
Surprising that the 4 Minor Candidates had such a poor showing in
comparision to the 2 Insiders, Samo Samo Politics.
On the Positive Side meeting Candidates,Voters etc. was Exciting,
Now Public Service must be held Accountable.a

Election Results - Reallocation of Ward 2
Votes on Nov. 9

reallocation of votes for the office of Saint Paul Council Member, Ward 2 will
take place on Monday, Nov. 9 at 8:30 a.m. at the Ramsey County Elections office,
located at 90 W Plato Blvd. in Saint Paul. The reallocation of votes is open to
the public.
Ward 2
15 of 15 precincts reporting.
First-Choice votes*
Rebecca Noecker
Darren Tobolt
Bill Hosko
Pat Fearing
Sharon Anderson
Michael C Johnson
% of votes
Est. 100% in

To: Janet.Guthrie@CO.RAMSEY.MN.US,,,,,,,,,
CC: Joseph.Mansky@CO.RAMSEY.MN.US,,,,,,,,
Sent: 11/6/2015 5:06:53 A.M.
Central Standard Time
Subj: Re:Hart InterCivicAmt$2million750 Voting
Machines, Costs for Irv

Got it Thanks
Affiant Mrs. Sharon Anderson aka Peterson aka
Scarrella VA Widow Homegrown St. Paul MN.
Disabled going Blind from Medical Malpractice,
apparantly Denial of her One Vote in pdf format triggers HAVA Complaints etc.
Steve Simon DFL Sec.State another Lawyer Notified.
QuiTam Relator HAVA
State and Allege that the IRV ie Instant
Run Off Voting is a dismal Failure,
Constitutionality of Separation of Powers,

Election and Help America Vote Act (HAVA) Complaints

us. Election and Help America Vote Act (HAVA) Complaints ... File an election complaint (PDF) · HAVA
... Hearing notices & complaint
If the Voters Taxpayers, Candidates face
Reality of the Costs of Voting Machines vs. Application of Votes to decide
Winner, when Lawyers Chris Tolbert and Jane Prince had NO opposition,
eliminating persons to File, Excessive Filing Fee.
Candidate Sharon insists that her 1st Votes
go to Rebecca to Win the Ward 2 Seat.
a. That Hosko,Fearing,Johnson do
likewise with their Votes to determine the Winner.

Requesting Department: Property Records
& Revenue B2015-419 Committee: Board of Commissioners Meeting Date:
SUBJECT: Agreement with Hart InterCivic,
Inc. for New Voting System
REQUESTED ACTION 1. Approve the selection
of Hart InterCivic, Inc., 15500 Wells Port Drive, Austin, TX 78728, to provide
the equipment, licenses, documentation, training, installation, implementation,
warranty, maintenance, support and hosting services for a new voting
2. Authorize the Chair and Chief Clerk
of the County Board to execute the agreement with Hart InterCivic, Inc. for the
period of November 10, 2015 through November 9, 2020, at an amount not to exceed
$2,750,000 for the purchase of a voting system including annual license
3. Authorize the County Manager to
approve and execute amendments to renew the term of the Hart InterCivic, Inc.
agreement for an additional five years, with all other terms and conditions
remaining the same.
4. Accept and approve the budget and
financing plan for the project and authorize the County Manager to account for
this in a project budget. 5. Authorize the County Manager to make all necessary
budget adjustments including increasing estimated revenue and
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY On May 5, 2015, the
County Board authorized the issuance of a Request for Proposals for the
acquisition of a new voting system (Resolution No. 2015-144). The Request for
Proposals was released on May 5, 2015. The County Elections Manager formed a
Ramsey County Voting System task force open to all municipalities. The task
force included County elections staff and the elections officials from
Maplewood, White Bear Lake, Shoreview and St Anthony. Three proposals were
received in response from the Request for Proposals. The task force reviewed the
three proposals from vendors with voting systems certified for use by the
Minnesota Secretary of State and recommended the selection of the Verity voting
system from Hart InterCivic of Austin, TX. Implementation of the new voting
system will occur over the next year. The County anticipates its initial use
will be for the State Primary to be held on August 9, 2016. The evaluation team
also prepared a new joint powers agreement to govern the financing and annual
operations of the new voting system. The new joint powers agreement will be
submitted to the County Board as a separate action. Agreement with Hart
InterCivic, Inc. for New Voting System 2 BUDGETARY IMPACT The Voting System
Project Budget and Financing Plan is listed below: Project Budget The Project
Budget will cover all costs resulting from the acquisition, financing and annual
operations of the new voting system. Cost sharing between the County and the
municipalities will be implemented in a fashion similar to that used in the
joint powers agreement that was approved in 2001 for acquisition and operation
of the current voting system. $2,194,041 Initial purchase of voting system in
2015 $ 55,959 Contingency funds in 2016 for additional equipment needs $ 500,000
Annual licenses and support 2016-2020 ------------------- $2,750,000 Total
voting system project budget 2015-2020 Financing Plan $ 579,235 Help America
Vote Act (HAVA) Grant funds $ 447,893 County funds $1,722,872 Municipal funds
------------------ $2,750,000 Total funds required 2015-2020 The County funds
will be provided from unexpended funds in previous years’ Property Records &
Revenue budgets that have been encumbered for the purpose of acquiring the new
voting system. The County will own all the equipment needed to administer the
voting system, prepare ballots for each election and to count all absentee
ballots. The County will also own all of the backup equipment needed to

of Commissioners Meeting will take place at 9:00 AM in Council Chambers – Third
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In a message dated 11/5/2015 11:24:19 A.M. Central Standard Time,
Janet.Guthrie@CO.RAMSEY.MN.US writes:

is the information you requested from the October 13, 2015 County Board
M. Guthrie

Chief Clerk – County Board
Manager’s Office
Kellogg Blvd. West
Paul, MN 55102
From: []
Thursday, November 05, 2015 10:35 AM
To: Guthrie, Janet
Subject: Fwd: Request for Voting Machines,
Company and Costs for Irv