GSS&S or ES&S. It’s all Greek to me.

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No bid contracts? No contracts? Request for Quotes? How does ES&S get paid to run our elections with their equipment?  Where is the trail of usual (even unusual) payments we should be able to follow? Or is it a trail of tears? Whatever it is, it’s messy.  Let us know if this helps you understand who is controlling our voting.

Remember when we went started looking into Jason Gant’s special PAC financiers and found GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS, SOFTWARE AND SERVICES INC. (we’ll call it GSS&S for short) Well, we finally located data with the ES&S connection as in GSS&S is a Nebraska corporate shell.

You will notice the only difference between the two companies is their ‘Nature of Business’. It seems GSS&S is setup to do the sales and marketing for ES&S. But other then that, they reside in the same office and have the same corporate officers (you will see them listed on the PDFs below).

GOVERNMENT SYSTEMS, SOFTWARE AND SERVICES INC – Nebraska Secretary of State – John A..pdf – Adobe Acrobat Pro Extended

ES&S – Nebraska Secretary of State – John A

• Without much notice even by Google, we have GSS&S appearing. Was it setup just to sell to ES&S products undercover to South Dakota or just give campaign donations to Gant’s PAC?

• Why can’t we find any contracts for the services of GSS&S or ES&S? (go for it, do a search)

The only thing we find is the contribution.  By the way, view this corporationWIKI page and the read the WIKI for a summary of ES&S and their past(?) ownership of Diebold / Premiere.  According to California and Florida SOS as of 6/15/2012, ES&S still owns or controls most voting systems in the world despite a ‘sale’ of certain intellectual properties in 2010 to Dominion Voting Systems. What does this little information do to election results of 2012 for everyone?

Pretty scary, Huh?

 

7 comments ↓

#1 Anslog Kid on 08.22.12 at 2:30 pm

We just need to go to paper balloting like other groups in other states are doing with the backing of popular state reps. We have plenty of volunteers and it’s the most secure. You can even issue a receipt for your vote if needed.
Possibly Gant is so popular with the corporate syndicate as they can fix the vote when needed which should be an executable offense.

#2 Pathloss on 08.22.12 at 3:56 pm

‘Most voting systems in the world’ is especially scary. Is this how we’re headed into one world government? Providing elections support should be especially policed with public reporting and independent auditing.

#3 Testor15 on 08.22.12 at 5:04 pm

Comments sure have have been made for years one world under multinational corporations

#4 l3wis on 08.22.12 at 9:56 pm

Anslog – I would agree, especially with the low voter turnout in most counties in SD. It would probably be faster to count by hand.

#5 Muqhtar on 08.25.12 at 4:43 pm

Has anyone else noticed that this company is located on JOHN GALT Blvd? A character out of Atlas Shrugged? Is this for real?

#6 Muqhtar on 08.25.12 at 4:45 pm

I didn’t see the previous thread on this. Oh well. Either way though this whole thing is totally sleazy!

#7 Guest Poster on 08.25.12 at 10:55 pm

Muqhtar you are correct, a real Randian twist on us all. Just wait a few days to see the next twist.

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