Chicago Election Board Approved Remote Access to Voting Machines for Dominion Administrators in March 2020 Due to Covid

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The Chicago Election Board held an emergency meeting in March to approve remote access to voting machines for Dominion Systems for the 2020 election.

The decision allowed election personnel to “work from home” due to the Covid19 lockdowns.

Eric Coomer, the security chief at Dominion, who once reportedly said he took steps to “make sure” President Trump wouldn’t win the election, was on the call.

Such access meant these systems administrators and technicians had access to all voter registration information poll books, requests for absentee ballots, voter mailout lists and more for 7 months prior to the election.

YouTube is preventing video of the call from being played on sites like ITN, but you can view it here.

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