Exit Polls

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    12. Unadjusted 2016 Exit Polls, Reducing Cyberinsecurity, A Proposal

    The Unadjusted 2016 Exit Polls, Reducing Cybersecurity Risk, and A Waxman-Endorsed Proposal. The material at the website tab for “Research” and the top of the “Endorsement” tab will be discussed in his remarks. Peter Peckarsky, an intellectual property attorney, … was born, raised, and graduated from high school in Milwaukee, WI. He received his S.B. degrees in Electrical Engineering and Political Science from MIT and his law degree from Case Western Reserve University. As an attorney, Peter is a lead trial counsel. He has participated in election law, patent, trademark, copyright, antitrust, trade secret, fraud, contract, leveraged buy-out, civil RICO, hedge fund, and securities fraud matters. His career has involved the interaction of law with scientific and technical fields including biotechnology, computer hardware and software, electrical circuits and signals, internet communications, internet devices, medical devices, microprocessors, organic chemistry, pharmaceuticals, physics, quantum mechanics, semiconductor design, semiconductor processing, statistics, and telecommunications. Peter’s active involvement in electoral politics began before the 2002 general election when the Republicans announced their intent to prevent alleged “voter fraud” by placing observers in green vests in Milwaukee wards with a substantial African American population. Peter suggested the Democratic Party of Wisconsin organize lawyers to protect voters and…

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  • Photo of 11. U.S. Elections – Improbable ExitPolls, Intolerable Details

    11. U.S. Elections – Improbable ExitPolls, Intolerable Details

    Bob Fitrakis speaks as an election attorney and political scientist who talks about the suspension of the laws of physics for exit polling only not working within the borders of the U.S., and many other improbables and intolerable facts about our elections. Bob Fitrakis is a lawyer, political author and writer, political candidate, and Professor of Political Science in the Social and Behavioral Sciences Department at Columbus State Community College. He has been the editor of the Columbus Free Press since 1993 and wrote extensively about the U.S. presidential election, 2004 and related 2004 U.S. election voting controversies. His latest work he co-authored with Harvey Wasserman, originally called “the Strip & Flip Selection of 2016”, was updated to “The Strip & Flip Disaster of America’s Stolen Elections”.

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