Illinois Board of Elections Open Meeting Tuesday


from Defend the Vote, ©2013

Defend the Vote is a non-profit organization which concentrates on voter integrity and exposing election fraud

(Jan. 22, 2013) — On Tuesday, the Chicago Board of Elections and the Illinois State Board of Elections hold separate Board meetings. Defend the Vote will be at both meetings, and we encourage you to join us!

At both meetings, we will be discussing the November elections and upcoming elections. There will be breaking news.

1)      The Chicago Board of Election Commissioners’ meetings usually start promptly, generally lasting from 20 to 40 minutes. The Commissioners are flexible for comment from the public and are receptive in their responses.

The next meeting of the Board of Election Commissioners is tomorrow:  9 a.m. on Tuesday, January 22, 2013 in the Board’s 8th Floor Conference Room at 69 W. Washington St., Chicago. You can view the agenda here.

2)      The Illinois State Board of Elections meetings last all morning and into the afternoon. Public comment is reserved for the end of the meeting, so don’t worry about arriving late. We usually do not speak before noon. Tomorrow may be different because the Board has a memo specially responding to Defend the Vote.

Overall, the ISBE Board members are hostile and degrading to the public when they comment, so come expecting to be abused, neglected, and in general diminished. It is critical to patiently persist until you make your point and then follow-up.

The Illinois State Board of Elections meeting is on TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2013. The meeting will begin at 10:30 a.m. in the Board’s principal office located at 2329 S. MacArthur Blvd., Springfield, IL and may be attended in Suite 14-100 of the James R. Thompson Center, 100 W. Randolph Street, Chicago, IL via video conference. Attendance at the Thompson Center requires security screening and production of a government issued identification.

The Illinois State Board of Elections has provided us with a response to our letter from November 20th. Read the document here. Defend the Vote will respond during the meeting tomorrow, and then follow-up in writing on Wednesday.

As a closing note, please forgive me for the recent absence in communications. In early December, I was involved in an accident where I fractured 9 ribs and several bones in my upper left arm. I had to take time to heal. Feeling blessed, I am now working to get my range of motion back in my arm!

While there is lots to catch up on, we have used the time to internally develop our organization.

Defend the Vote looks forward to continuing to provide election security in 2013!  Stay tuned…

Sharon Meroni
Director: Defend the Vote

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2 Responses to "Illinois Board of Elections Open Meeting Tuesday"

  1. slcraig   Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 12:24 PM

    God Bless the Citizen Patriots, Hail to thee ………. keeping Our Republic the clarion call that must unite use, then too, must unite the the several States, precinct to precinct, county to county, an uniform Rule in the administration of “just” laws, least there be no law at all …… each State declared their adherence to and guarantee of “the” Republican form of Guv’mnt as embodied within the Constitution of the U.S.. While honoring local democracies ‘legal pronouncements’ they still must be consistent with the “just law” standards of the Republican form of Guv’mnt…….

    …(“local” election laws must be considered subservient to the needs of the Constitutional “exclusionary prerequisite imperative requirement provisions” insofar as the Executive Elections are concerned)………

  2. gigclick   Tuesday, January 22, 2013 at 11:48 AM

    As martha trowbridge and others are demanding a forensic investigation of the update and computer loading.process that was setup to create voter fraud,we all know what has been going on but no prosecution can be seen anywhere. The chicago machine is rolling along.

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