The United States does not have an accurate address database! Not even the postal service

Guest post by Jay Valentine

The United States does not have an accurate address database! Not even the postal service!

The key to stopping phantom voter fraud is the address – not the phantom name.

In 2022, election integrity teams found phantoms in the thousands. Except for Wisconsin, almost none were excluded from the voter rolls.

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To prevent the Phantoms from stealing 2024, which they will, focus on addresses.

Where does the address come from?

If you’re under 50, you’ve probably guessed an app. When you’re done, you’ve guessed the US Postal Service.

Go with the postal service.

Sit back, and ask a question that could determine the next leader of the free world – no kidding – how does the post office get an address, verify it and enter it into the system?

We didn’t know the answers and didn’t ask the questions. We assume, as I bet, the post office just collects them, they’re correct, the mail is delivered, and that’s it.

Perhaps not?

A USPS supervisor, a whistleblower, contacted the Fractal team to introduce us to the process.

One of our members is a former VP of the USPS and he verified these points that the mailman made:

“The responsibility of keeping this (address) information current falls on the letter carrier as well as the local post office management (supervisors like me).

Well it’s not being done.

I can confidently say that five percent of the changes currently required to bring each career route edit book properly up to date have been completed.

It is simply not being done. Ain’t nobody got time.

Supervisors don’t have time and neither do carriers.

It’s not essential that the job gets done, although it can control if an address even receives mail or is properly addressed.”

As America Hits the Mail-In Balloting Scales, Think What That Means! There is no correct address list for our country!

We checked one or two states using the RNC (Republican) database – which made their “data-driven” multi-million dollar investments available to candidates.

Canvassing teams reported that the RNC database was useless – it was wildly inaccurate.

What does this mean for the 2024 election?

We can say, with 100% certainty, that there is no database, not even from the Postal Service, that accurately represents every mailable building in America. None!

Yet, America will elect its next president, its legislatures, to catch dogs, through mail-in balloting, in swing states, run by sketchy election commissions using a certifiably inaccurate database.

What could be the possible mistakes?

Meet the Distributable Ballot Database.

How does one create the most accurate address list for every building in America? Most people have better things to worry about but we don’t so we took a look at this.

First, you need every address. A great place to find them is county property tax records. They are accurate to a primitive level. Why?

County tax records are how county employees are paid – through taxes. Guys drive around to see if that field is empty or if you’ve set up a Wendy’s.

County tax records are visible to all.

They are challengeable – a citizen can go to the county tax office and say “…hey, why am I paying $8,600 in taxes on my house when the guy next door is paying $7,800?”

Details of each property are extensive – commercial or residential, multi-family or not, square footage, business type, rooms, baths and scores of other important data.

The problem is the address changes all the time. Many subdivisions are made. An apartment building has been built above a FedEx office. The sushi restaurant closed and a three-family condo replaced it.

The county knows this information instantly – their people walk around with the brief. The post office, well, as our supervisor mentioned above – they’re busy doing other things.

We don’t.

The innovation was often doing just that – to reflect changes in each data source.

During elections, in Nevada, voter rolls swell until Election Day.

A cross-search of voter rolls and property tax rolls shows exactly where the bloat occurs. We even have cool graphics showing it.

Comparing voter rolls and tax rolls is not enough.

Both are changing daily.

We were warned Matt Brainard never would – the poor guy who referred Phantoms to a legislative commission once he looked at Georgia databases – and learned that the days of SQL and Excel latency are almost over.

Comparing property tax lists to voter registration rolls – repeatedly – ​​yields two convenient results.

An accurate database of every building in America, updated frequently. This is what we use for commercial customers – always better to have better data than government!

The second result is the undeliverable ballot database.

It is politically interesting to know every address that is mailable but should not receive a mail-in election ballot. A comparison of that list with the current voter registration list shows where the ballot was sent but the correct owner cannot be found.

The goal here, the party has proven in Wisconsin in 2022, is to remove these addresses from voter registration lists.

If an address is a Firestone Tire store, with 6 registered voters apparently – the local party challenges the address as an undeliverable ballot address. The tax list is inconsistent with the voter list – so change one or the other!

Why has no one done this before?

There are 3,200 counties. Each has voter files and property files. A snapshot needs to be taken every week, 20 or 25 times a year.

This type of compute is economically unviable – requiring a huge data center, taking weeks to run once, costing tens of millions of dollars each time it is processed. It was never done.

With fractal technology, this is a viable endeavor with great commercial potential.

We are currently demonstrating it to voter integrity teams and citizens to raise funds to implement it in their states. In March we traveled to Arizona to see the power of property rolls compared to voter registration rolls – again and again.

A Wisconsin group is forming a private company to make this database available to political candidates!

In 2022, Republican canvassing teams reported dire data to work with.

By mail-in ballot, whoever has the best address database wins.

In 2024, it won’t be the Postal Service or the Left – it’ll be people who use fractal address databases.

Jay Valentine led the team that developed the technology underlying the eBay fraud engine and the TSA no-fly list. Jay can be reached at Jay’s Twitter handle is @jayvalentine99