Buying an Election Part I
Diebold, ESS & Sequoia, are the big, multi-national manufacturers of voting systems in the world. At LEAST 80% of the 2012 presidential vote was counted using machines from machines purchased from these companies. Guess who has their finger in EVERY ONE of these voting machine pies? One man (and his brother): Bob & Todd Urosevich. Yep. Two guys.
Bob Urosevich is the CEO of Diebold Election Systems. Urosevich created the original software architecture for Diebold Election Systems, and his original company, called I-Mark Systems, can be found in the source code signatures.
Urosevich founded American Information Systems (now known as Election Systems & Software) in 1979 and served as president until 1992. In 1995 Urosevich started I-Mark Systems Inc. which produced touchscreen voting systems and served as Vice President of Sales and Marketing and New Business Development. In 1997 I-Mark was acquired by Global Election Systems and by 2000 was named President and Chief Operating Officer. In 2002 Global Election Systems was acquired by Diebold, Inc. and the name was changed to Diebold Election Systems, Inc. with Urosevich serving as President
Prior to programming for and taking over Diebold Election Systems, Urosevich programmed for and was CEO of Election Systems & Software (ES&S), which counts 56 percent of the votes in the United States. When Urosevich left ES&S, Chuck Hagel took his position. (Hagel then ran for the U.S. Senate, with ES&S machines counting his own votes, but failed to disclose that he had been both CEO and Chairman of ES&S on his disclosure documents).
In November 2006 Mr. Urosevich was named “Managing Director Scytl Americas” for Spanish Internet voting company Scytl. Scytl was formed as a spin-off from a research group at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona which was funded by the Spanish Government’s Ministry of Science and Technology.
In Sept. 2012, a vote counting company named SOE was purchased by SCYTL- with Mr. Urosevich at the helm. SOE is an American firm that specializes in election results reporting. SOE Software, which operates under the name Clarity Elections, has received contracts from multiple states and the District of Columbia for election results.
Bob Urosevich, together with his brother Todd, founded ES&S. Bob then went to run Diebold, while Todd still is a Vice President at ES&S. Diebold and ES&S, together, count about 80 percent of the votes in the United States. Add SOE (via Spanish owned Scytl), and you are a near sweep of America’s election falling under the power & discretion of ONE MAN.
If you look through the history of these companies’ sales & acquisitions, you will see that they have bought & sold one another throughout time. Now Spain is involved with Scytl. All of these companies are related to Urosevich and all of them are now multinational- none of them are loyal to only the United States of America.
Lastly, Ohio (yes, Ohio) suddenly replaced their voting machines with new ones from ES & S- yes, the one owned & operated by Bob Urosevich’s brother, Todd.
Something is very ROTTEN in the state of America! Very, very rotten. While Obama smashed our Constitution on a daily basis and tightened his dirty hands on our military & police, the newspapers have kept us busy with Hollywood nonsense. All while one man and his voting machine conglomerate took over the American vote. Here is an interesting story done by FOX news in 2008. Not only are these machines controlled by one guy and his brother, but they are easy as pie to hack- by college kids.