Election Integrity

The need to secure our elections in the United States was revealed in 2020.

See why Oklahoma is included in this 50-state puzzle and where the biggest problems may be.

While states like Michigan, Arizona, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and Georgia may have larger numbers, both in population and in manipulation of results, the same tactics appear to be at work here.

External links to Oklahoma’s official election results:

Why an Audit is Needed

The public has learned of many voting irregularities across the United States since November 2020. Within Oklahoma there have been reports of procedural irregularities, missing ballots, and many questions about our voter rolls.

A curve plotting 2020’s election results shows apparent manipulation, as uncovered by mathematicians like Dr. Douglas Frank and Draza Smith.

Draza’s National “Apparent Ratio Target” curve as seen in Grand Theft Election:

national curve of vote ratios in 2020

Oklahoma’s curve as uncovered by Ryan Hill:

The above graph shows that a similar smooth curve of results can be observed across all Oklahoma counties, or all US States + Washington DC. The likelihood of this occurring naturally is so little an audit or inspection is warranted to explain how it happened. For more information on this see Ryan’s article on Standard Excellence.

graph of 2016 and 2020 election data
Further, when breaking down the performance of each candidate in 2016 and 2020 by county, and sorted in order of the greatest difference to least, a nearly identical curve is formed. To illustrate this, in “county 1” in 2020, Biden performed approximately 40% better in the mail-in contest than he did on Election Day.

Looking at the orange curve, across all 77 counties in 2020, Joe Biden (and Democrat candidates in general) had a better performance at mail-in than they did on Election Day. To compare, look at the lower curve, which shows 2016, and reflects Hillary Clinton’s performance. In this case, at least 7 counties went the other way — Trump did better at mail-in voting in those counties.

The above charts all show a similar characteristic in the curve of their results.

Next, election night returns show votes being tallied for Trump and Biden in the same proportions, while in different states. This could be observed on various TV news sources that use the “Edison” data feed. These time series graphs are compiled by Draza Smith:

graph showing correlation between south dakota and Oklahoma election returns
Oklahoma and South Dakota both saw initial drops in the ratio of Trump-to-Biden votes, followed by gradual increases, another drop, and a second gradual increase followed by a smaller drop before smoothing out. South Dakota has one more drop that Oklahoma does not see.
graph showing Florida and Oklahoma election night returns
In different time zones, Florida and Oklahoma both saw the two initial drops, at nearly the same update intervals (think time since polls have closed). Oklahoma continues to rise to a “set point,” while Florida sees drops several more times and never flattens out completely.
graph showing apparent control of the proportion of votes
Within the votes of Oklahoma, at least 4 “jumps” are seen where large amounts of votes are reported at the same time. Note the jump between frames 10 and 20 (x-axis).

The above graphs highlight why many have concerns about the 2020 election from the returns themselves.

Voter registration trends also show a sharp contrast, when numbers are compared from recent presidential elections to 2020. Registration continues to climb for Republicans and decline for Democrats, while the vote totals move in the other direction. Seth Keshel has uncovered this in state after state, and has presented his findings here in Oklahoma.

heat map with abnormal trends highlighted

Seth has repeated this work in state after state. He also conducted a review using Oklahoma County data, to show which precincts had the sharpest vote swing away from registration trends in 2020.

See his work and other presentations from this event held in 2021:

Seth Keshel – Behind the Election Integrity Curtain

Draza Smith – Oklahoma 2020 Election Returns Analysis

Ryan Hill – What’s Wrong With Oklahoma’s Votes?