How to request the Cast Vote Record for Los Angeles County before they are destroyed on September 2nd

Federal law (passed by the Democrats, incidentally) requires that election records be preserved for 22 months after an election has taken place.  That means that all records pertaining to the 2020 election will be destroyed on September 2, 2022.  Only ONE County of the 3,142 Counties or County equivalents in the United States has successfully conducted a full forensic audit of the 2020 election, Maricopa County in Arizona.  It is not, however, too late for other counties across the Nation to preserve their election records so that an examination can be made.  Once these records are destroyed there can never be any accountability for the blatant, egregious, widespread, systematic and coordinated “irregularities” that bedeviled the 2020 election and gave us the current disastrous administration.

It may still be possible to preserve these records for Los Angeles County, and to obtain electronic copies for future examination by experts.  In order for that to happen citizens must take immediate action and contact the Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder demanding their legal right to obtain copies of these public records.  If sufficient requests are made the County will respond.

To assist you please follow this link to a letter requesting these records and citing the legal basis for their required response.  It is in Microsoft Excel format, so accessible to most computer users.  Simply change the lines in brackets (omitting the brackets) with your personal information.  There is an address block at the top and a signature block at the bottom that must be changed.  Do NOT otherwise alter the letter.

The letter offers to provide a USB drive (thumb drive) to contain the electronic data.  Don’t worry about that, if you can’t or don’t want to provide such a device, ask anyway, there are those who can and will.  We only need ONE and we have it all.  Don’t worry if you don’t have the means or skill to evaluate the electronic results, there are those who can and will.  We only need ONE and we have it all.  The data from Los Angeles County will be uploaded into a national database for examination by experts.

Once you have made the changes save and print the letter and send it, the letter has the address of the County Registrar Recorder.  If you don’t have a printer or your printer doesn’t work, email your saved letter to a friend who does have a working printer, then the both of you send your letters in separate envelopes.  Then copy and paste the letter into and email and send it to:

publicrecords@rrcc.lacounty.gov

We only have this ONE chance to discover the truth about the 2020 election and redress the wrongs associated with it.

Patriots are URGENTLY requested to take IMMEDIATE action.

Click here to download your copy of the Cast Vote Records Request letter. or copy the below text into your word processor so you can modify it and then save it.


[Your Name]
[Street Address]
[City, ST ZIP Code]


[Date]


Dean C. Logan
Los Angeles County Registrar Recorder/County Clerk
12400 Imperial Hwy.
Norwalk, CA 90650


Dear 
Mr. Logan:


Under the 
California Public Records Act § 6250 et seq., This request is for information from the General Election held on NOVEMBER 3, 2020 and for the Statewide Direct Primary Election held JUNE 7, 2022.

PART 1: I am requesting a text, comma, or tab delimited file, or a text-based report, listing, in the sequence processed by the county, every ballot, its sequential ID, its timestamp, its method of voting (for example: in-person, mail-in, provisional, absentee, “other”, etc. – any and all ballots that were tabulated as part of the 2020 General Election), the specific votes contained for all races, and the batch ID and tabulator ID. Should any fields not be available, please include the fields which are. In addition I am requesting the associated spread sheet and text file for these elections.

To be clear, I am NOT requesting a summary report of votes, I am requesting a per-ballot report. This set of information is sometimes known as a “Cast Vote Record” (CVR), “ballot log”, or a “summary of ballots”. If the data exists as multiple files or reports, for instance by batch or by precinct, you do not need to aggregate them, please send the individual files. I specifically do NOT want any information that identifies a specific voter, and I guarantee and stipulate that this information will not be used for that purpose.

PART 2: I am also requesting the Ballot Manifest Report (also known as the Tabulator Batch Report) for all ballots included the tabulation of the results of the Nov. 3, 2020 general election. This report should include the information that specifies the method by which each ballot was cast. (ie: in-person, by-mail, provisional, absentee, etc.).

PART 3: I am also requesting the ballot images, both pre image and the post image scan for all mail in and absentee ballots cast.

I am hopeful that there is someone within the (County) County Elections Commission or Board of Elections who will be able to generate the reports I am looking for. Since this request is for information that will be used for educational purposes, and is NOT INTENDED FOR COMMERCIAL USE, I would like to also respectfully request that any fees be waived.

Ideally, I would like to receive the reports via electronic transmission. However, if the data files are too large, and must be copied to a USB drive, I will happily supply the necessary device to the county in order to make that happen.

I would like to thank you in advance for your assistance with my request. If you already posses such a report including the information outlined above, please send that report.


I also request that you insure that these records be preserved as they are being requested and are under question.

The California Public Records Act requires a response within ten business days.

If you deny any or all of this request, please cite each specific exemption you feel justifies the refusal to release the information and notify me of the appeal procedures available to me under the law.


Thank you for considering my request.


Sincerely,


[Your Name]

[Your Phone number]

2 Comments on “How to request the Cast Vote Record for Los Angeles County before they are destroyed on September 2nd

    • Yes! You would have to address it to your County’s Registrar Recorder / County Clerk. Google is your friend (in this, at least).

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