Will County Election Contest for County Clerk
This is on behalf of the candidate Gretchen Fritz
David Shestokas is a lawyer and former candidate for Illinois Attorney General
Court Hearing Date Set!
We have the first court date scheduled in Will County Clerk election contest based upon the impossibility of the outcome and the fact that there was an algorithm that is predictable across all 310 precincts.
That's one of the intriguing things about this case. It starts with the curiosity that the candidate for Will County Clerk, an office about two-thirds of the way down the ballot with a generally low public profile, got more votes in Will County than JB Pritzker. If you talk to anyone about this, I hope you'll start there. Everyone I've ever mentioned that fact to finds it odd. That finding opens up a person's mind to listening to the rest of the story, and it's important we do that.
The law refers to matters like this as "a case of first impression". This is utilizing forensic mathematics/geometry to prove fraud in an election. The methods of election contests involving recounts, examining for voter intent or lack of election judge signatures are designed for another era. When the manipulation is achieved through machine and computer power, an analysis as provided here is needed.
On behalf of Gretchen Fritz I filed the Election Contest Petition, thanks to the analyses of Edward Solomon and Dr. Walter Daugherity. This suit is novel in its approach, and along the way each of you have been part of the discussion as it developed, and I hope will be a resource if needed going forward.
As I said when I sent the Petition, I welcome any questions, since answering questions you may have will help prepare me for possible questions in court.
As all documents have been filed with the court and summons has gone out to Respondent Will County Clerk and there is a court date, feel free to share this with anyone you think may be interested. Folks should understand that this is the First Court Date. It is likely it will be devoted to scheduling matters, and that the Will County Clerk is likely to file a motion to dismiss, and that there will be a briefing schedule put in place with a hearing date about six weeks out.
Court itself on February 2 at 9 AM and is open to the public and it would be great to have a packed house. Address: Will County Courthouse, Room 905, 100 West Jefferson Street, Joliet, IL 60432. NOTE: Allow time to pass through security.
David J. Shestokas, Attorney/Author
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