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January 16, 2024
Illinois citizens group files formal complaint with state Board of Elections
By Jack Gleason

A couple from Illinois, Jodie and Ken Zitko, have formed a group of concerned citizens who have been analyzing the Illinois state voter database.  They have found serious irregularities, detailed in a formal complaint filed with Bernadette Matthews, director of the Illinois State Board of Elections on December 21.

Here are some of their findings after almost 2,000 hours of analysis. 

    There were over 300,000 votes from the 2020 election missing or deleted from the Illinois voter data prior to the conclusion of the federal retention period of 22 months. 
    Over a four-year period, Illinois population decreased by 150,000, while the voter roll increased by 650,000. 
    Over 2.5 million people had votes cast prior to their registration dates. 
    More than 230,000 registrations show seemingly Illegal or illogical registration dates. 
    There are more than 4 million apparent registration violations out of 8.9 million registrations.

This couple is not your ordinary pair of election sleuths.  Ken has been an MSSQL Data Analyst, DBA, and architect for 28 years, working with Fortune 50 companies, and Jodie has been working with “People Data” and analytics since the mid-’90s in large enterprise environments.  She’s a “subject matter expert” in integrated workplace management systems. 

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