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Dr. Frank Analysis

According to data taken from the 02/01/21 PA Voter Rolls by Dr. Douglas G. Frank, almost 100 % of Chester County residents ages 70-100 are not only registered to vote, but voted in 2020.  There is great concern that our elderly community is being taken advantage of.  See the 2 links above for Dr. Frank's Chester County presentation. Dr. Frank is a renowned scientist and inventor who received his PhD in Electrochemistry.  He is a 40-year modeler of elections.  He has authored approximately 60 peer-reviewed scientific reports, including feature and cover articles in the leading scientific journals in the world (Science, Nature, Naturwissenschaften). To see what happened in every individual precinct in Chester County, click the telegram link here:

Seth Keshel Analysis

Captain Seth Keshel, a retired Army intelligence veteran and election data analyst, reported that Chester County received unusually high numbers of extra registrations and Democrat votes in the 2020 election. These numbers do not line up with historical trends of the county. In 2012 democrats gained 3,711 registrations, but had 13,522 less votes than the previous 2008 election. In 2016 democrats gained 8,639 registrations, and had 17,371 more votes than the 2012 election. In 2020, democrats had 20,388 added registrations (higher than normal) and had 40,690 more votes than 2016. Keshel suggests this could be due to phantom voters and phantom registrations. He conservatively estimates 19,000 phantom votes in Chester County.

For more information from Seth Keshel click here:

Jeff O'Donnell Analysis

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According to Jeff O’Donnell, a software and database expert, Edison data on the night of the 2020 election shows the Chester County in-person and mail-in ballot vote totals appearing to be manipulated, with the incoming vote totals dropping down and then increasing again, over and over. See the short 90- second video above showing this. Vote totals are not supposed to go down. This begs the question, is Edison manipulating the vote totals? If not Edison, then who? O’Donnell also states that there was a point in the middle of the night on November 4, 2020 when one by one, the Edison data shows every state had their vote totals set to ZERO. The Chester County data was taken from the New York Times website, saved shortly after the election.
For more details, go to:

To see election night totals set to zero go to:

To view Jeff O'Donnell's Chester County Presentation, go to:

Vico Bertogli Analysis

During a presentation on October 13, 2021, Audit The Vote PA's data analyst, Vico Bertogli, reported the above Chester County 2020 anomalies. All the anomalies are important to consider, especially the one showing 47,345 people or 15% of all voters in Chester County's 2020 election were first-time voters. Also of note, 4,469 mail-in ballots were received AFTER the election.  Please read the above slide for concerning information regarding backfilled registrations. For more information and to view the entire data presentation by ATVPA’s Vico Bertogli, click below:


On July 14, 2022, Vico Bertogli also presented information from the DePerno Law website regarding ES&S DS200 machines and what was found when a DS200 was opened up in Antrim, Michigan. Chester County uses ES&S DS200s. Of importance to note, is the above modems connect to cell phone towers, which in turn, connect to the Internet. Simply looking to see if a voting machine is connected to a Wi-Fi network will not answer if it is connected to the Internet. You have to show it is not connected to a cell tower. To read more about the information from DePerno Law, go to:

Please also specifically look at the information on this page:

To see Vico Bertogli’s presentation, please go to:

Were Chester County’s voting machines electronically hacked?

Mike Lindell, best known as the CEO of My Pillow, claims that he was approached in January of 2021 with electronic recordings of the November 2020 election, showing the election was hacked and proving that Donald Trump won. find many videos discussing the story and information, go to:

 Information on who made the electronic recordings, the technology that was used to hack the 2020 election, and affidavits/declarations discussing the technology and covert backdoors into election machines can be found in this report on pages 13 and 14. Evidence is also presented on page 12 showing specifics of how machine software is manipulating votes. Lindell calls these recordings packet-captures, or "PCAPs." Due to a protective order that has been put over the technology used to record the election, only small pieces of the PCAPs have been able to be revealed publicly to help prove their validity. Lindell posted what he could here:

While we don’t know the full story behind this posting below, we looked up the coordinates given for the hack(s) which targeted our Chester County Government Services Center in West Chester. The electronic manipulation total shows 26,156 votes were changed.

Chester County Dropboxes

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Chester County Dropboxes

What We Know
In the May 2022 Chester County Primary Election, video surveillance footage from the Government Services Center dropbox shows 332 people putting multiple ballots into the dropbox in just two weeks. In total, 3,289 people dropped off 3,679 ballots. The law states that you must only return your own ballot. You are prohibited from delivering or returning anyone else’s ballot, even if that person is your spouse, parent, child, grandparent, other relative, neighbor, or friend. If a voter has a disability or is voting by emergency absentee ballot, the voter may have someone deliver their ballot, only if both parties have signed an official written authorization. How many of these people did that? Whose ballots are they in possession of? If over 300 people put multiple ballots into one dropbox out of 13, how many ballots went into the drop boxes during the 2021 Municipal and 2020 Presidential Elections?



The sign on the dropboxes clearly stating: "You must only return your own ballot."


In May 2022, dropbox issues occurred at multiple locations. Examples include dropboxes at the Avon Grove Library, Henrietta Hankin Library, Government Services Center and Easttown Library.

  A. Avon Grove Library: dropbox seal found in altered state

  B. Henrietta Hankin Library: dropbox keys missing

  C. Government Services Center: pickup official's body camera not working/shutoff

  D. Easttown Library: dropbox upper lock broken and repaired (ballot drop window)

For more information see: 

Dropbox Mules

There is further information on 2020 dropbox trafficking in PA from the movie 2000 Mules. They claim that Philadelphia, PA had more than 1,100 “mules” (people) put multiple fraudulent mail-in ballots into drop boxes. Did this happen in Chester County? According to the description of the 2000 Mules website on the DuckDuckGo search engine, 2000 Mules is described as a documentary film created by Dinesh D’Souza, which exposes widespread, coordinated voter fraud in the 2020 election, sufficient to change the overall outcome. Drawing on research provided by the election integrity group, True the Vote, 2000 Mules offers two types of evidence: geotracking and video surveillance. See for more details and to watch the movie.

All of the geotracking and surveillance evidence is available to view at:

Chester County 2021 Municipal Election mail-in ballot issues of note.

Additional issues occurred in 2021. See this link for a list of documented problems by the Republican Committee of Chester County:

Chester County Registration Data Problems
11/9/2021 PA Department of State Full Voter Export

* 13,810 Registrants with date errors
          • 66 Voters registered before they were born
          • 8 Voter status changes before they were born
          • 2,742 Voter status changes before they were registered
          • 166 voters that voted before they registered
          • 11,053 voters with registration changes before they registered
* 3,300 Voters living in apartment buildings with no apartment number.
* 32 Voter households with members assigned to vote in 2 different precincts
* 13 Voters living in commercial office buildings
* 50 Voters living at US Post Office addresses
* 19 Voters whose address is a mail forwarding service
* 46 Voters living at hotels longer than a year
* 3 Voters with an invalid zip codes

Other Chester County election data problems 

* 3,366 Provisional ballots in 2020 (large increase), 104 in 2016, 216 in 2012, 282 in 2008, 0 in 2004
* 150+ Voters who voted in 2020 but have no record of voting in PA registration system (SURE)
          (Right-to-Know response of Precinct Numbered-List-of-Voters compared to SURE voting history data)


Audit The Vote PA’s canvassing team caught many discrepancies going on in Chester County. See Vico Bertogli’s report at:

For more information, go to:

Chester County Registration Address Problems

Chester County Out of State Electors

  • 13,680 registered electors moved out of PA and still are on the voter rolls

    • Moved between the Summer of 2017 and August 2022

    • 3,498 (25.5%) are still marked as active on our rolls

    • Active voters are still able to vote

    • Note Electors = Voters

    • Based on US Post Office National Change of Address Data.

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Other Chester County Registration Address Problems

  • 2,678 electors registered in the wrong county. These voters vote for the wrong county and local candidates.

  • 3,405 electors registered in the wrong city within the county.  These voters vote for the wrong local candidates.

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Information provided by Audit the Vote PA Data Analyst Vico Bertogli. 

To see the report go to: 

Chester County Problem: 
More Votes Than Voters

An underlying principle of a free and fair election is that the number of ballots cast cannot exceed the number of voters who participate in the election. Contrary to this basic tenet, the number of ballots cast exceeds the number of voters who participated in Chester County and most of Pennsylvania. Reconciling votes means ensuring that the number of qualified voters in an election is equal to the number of ballots cast.

Pennsylvania Law on Reconciling Votes (Summary)

- Reconciliation of the number of voters with the number of ballots cast is required at every precinct polling place

(25 PA § 3031.13 Post Election Procedures).

- Prior to certification, county elections boards are required to compare the number of voters who participated in the election to the number of ballots cast in every precinct.
- If there are more ballots than voters who participated in a precinct, the discrepancy must be investigated. No votes can be recorded from that precinct until the board completes the investigation.
(25 PA § 3154 - Computation of returns by county board; certification; issuance of certificates of election)

For more information on reconciling votes at the precinct level see: 

More Votes Than Voters - Chester County *

• 2,609 in 2020 General Election (Source 11/30/2020 FVE)
• 631 in 2021Municipal Election (Source 11/22/2021 FVE)

• 496 in 2022 Primary Election (Source 6/2/22 FVE)

• 535 in 2022 General Election (Source 12/12/22 FVE)

*As recorded in the General Register

In 2020, all 3 Chester County Commissioners certified the general election. In the 2021 Municipal election however, Republican commissioner Michelle Kichline voted NO to certification. Democrat commissioners Marian Moskowitz and Josh Maxwell voted to certify it, despite being warned by many residents before the vote that there were 631 more votes than voters and that it would be illegal to certify. In the 2022 primary, Republican commissioner Michelle Kichline issued a directive to Voter Services to investigate every discrepancy that occurred with reconciliation of the votes. These issues were later reported to her by Voter Services and what they did to remedy them. She felt that what was done was sufficient and voted to certify that election, along with Moskowitz and Maxwell.

2020 General Election


Go to Section 2: Election Integrity Fraud Information

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