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Stop Fraudulent Elections through Video Surveillance

71 Signatures Goal: 100

This petition proposes to use cameras to fight against possible falsifications at elections in a response to a wave of protests that take place after questionable election results. Fraudulent elections have taken place, and will continue to take place here in the United States. It's up to "We the People" to put an end to it. By signing this petition, you agree that a member from each presidential candidate's campaign will be responsible for providing video footage of each election, at each precinct, from open till close. The pictures will be transmitted from each camera to a dedicated internet site which can be found through a hyperlink to the Elections Commission web site for each state. Video footage will be preserved in regional centers for a year after the elections results are officially published. Access to them will be unrestricted. Banks have cameras to discourage bank robbers, presidential elections should have cameras to discourage election robbers.

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    social bookmarking service Russian Federation
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    bookmaring service Russian Federation
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    mtbiux
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    Jason Jennings United States
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    Waylon Wilson United States
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    Christopher Pham United States
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    Shaun Cameron Japan
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    Shawn White United States
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    Ronald Jones United States
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    SAM KADMIRI United States
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    Jason Stapf United States
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    steven meyers United States
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    Amanda Musgrove United States
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    Paula Kellum United States
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    Paula Kellum United States
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