Mark Church How many Ballots?

June 16, 2018 San Mateo County Elections Office headed by Mark Church has never published on the County’s website how many ballots it had received. Today 11 days after the election the advertising business SMDJ has published that 45,000 ballots remain to be counted. Also News that it mailed out 400,000 ballots thats about 11,000 more than the official registered voter count. Not everybody received the ballot in the mail. Former SMC Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez didn’t receive his, he called to have another mailed to him and was told “NO” Go vote in person. So he did while serving on Jury Duty he went to the 555 Building after identifying himself he was told “Your Vote has been cancelled.

Also missing from the website are the Write-In candidates. This year was a Historical Election Three candidates for Sheriff, one who has been running (forever) 3 years, one for 1 year and one for a month.

The last one was the President of the Deputy Sheriff Association DSA in 2007. He has reported to several reporters that he was ordered by Carlos Bolanos not to talk about or mention Operation Dollhouse. He was the Go-To guy on April 21, 2007 He received several phone calls from Las Vegas starting at 10:15PM that night. He has helped bring out the truth about what really happened that night.

Now today we wait.

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San Mateo County Courts are Dangerous.

June 11, 2018

During a court hearing Defendant Michael Anthony Cereghino 22, stood up from the defense table made his way past the court reporter and started pummeling the witness on the WITNESS STAND. The witness is also the victim in this case.

What was the San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy doing as Mr. Cereghino started to stand up? How did he/she allow this to happen in a Courtroom? The Safety of the Courts is the Sheriff’s Office responsibility. They had all the information they needed to know he was violent.

San Mateo County’s Sheriff currently is Illegally Appointed Carlos Bolanos (July 12, 2016) at this moment he is still an at-will employee and could be fired by the Board of Supervisors. Mr. Bolanos is responsible for the safety in the courts.

Secure the 400 County Center Building

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San Mateo County Elections Office Vault.

Per our observer,

Yesterday June 12, 2018 he asked staff what was in the vault. The response surprised him and might you also. Ballots for the Super Wealthy, San Mateo County Sheriff Office Deputies who are undercover, Witness Protection & Celebrity status was the answer.

You may recall in 2013 uncounted ballots were discovered in a vault at SMC elections office.

Mark Church has never notified the public of how many ballots his office received as of June 5, 6, 7, & 8. He only published votes tallied. This is not the way to give the residents confidence in the system. On June 5, 2018 at 8:05 PM he published the votes that he had been receiving since May 7, 2018. Mr. Church should have published how many ballots he had received as of June 5 that would establish the base, and every hour after that publish the additional ballots received. That would help with public trust.

As it turns out on June 6, 2018 Mr. Church tells an advertising business SMDJ that 70,496 ballots remain to be counted. That same day he tells a blogger Mark Simon that there are 45,000-50,000 ballots remain to be counted. Mr. Church could have avoided this by publishing this information on the County’s website. Mr. Church refused to respond to my e-mail regarding this very subject.

Yesterdays update added 21,235 ballots counted, that translates to 4,371 counted per day, based on that performance it will take 9 more days to count the remaining ballots of 40,000 if that is the real number, who knows? Mr. Church is not telling the public.

“The problem with taking so much time to announce results is it creates an impression of a botched election.” Brent Turner

Note: Write-In Candidates results will be published June 20, 2018 there is no mention of them at all on the County’s website.

SJMN Ballots in Vault 2013

SMDJ 70,496 Ballots Article updated

Lopez didn’t receive ballot told Vote was cancelled.

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San Mateo County’s 70,496 Uncounted Votes as of Wednesday June 6, 2018

Chief Elections Officer Mark Church said officials had yet to count 70,496 votes as of Wednesday night.

Now the next question: What is that number for Thursday night and Friday night?

Why isn’t that information available on the County’s website.

Mark Simon of Political Climate reported this on June 6, 2018 : “County elections chief Mark Church told Political Climate this morning there could be as many as 45,000-50,000 ballots that have yet to be counted.

That is a 25,000 ballot difference and that is only to Wednesday.

This election was not the normal election, the residents have been misinformed by most of the Advertising Businesses through their endorsement pieces and most elected officials endorsed Carlos Bolanos for Sheriff when they should have investigated and fired him in 2007. The last few days of this election most likely had voters who voted for Mark Melville after they became aware of the truth about the night of April 21, 2007.

Time will tell.

Thank You to all the candidates who made themselves available to the residents of San Mateo County both on the ballot and the Write In Candidates.

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UnderSheriff Trisha Sanchez Retired.

San Mateo County UnderSheriff Trisha Sanchez has retired as of June 6, 2018. That was 30 years to the day she started with the Sheriff’s Office. She was the first woman to serve as assistant sheriff in the Sheriff’s Office 150-year history. That also just happened to be  just one day after the election for Sheriff which looks like her boss Carlos Bolanos might be the elected Sheriff. There are still 70,000 votes to be counted. Trisha Sanchez was in Las Vegas on April 21, 2007 when her 2 bosses were caught and detained as customers of Human Trafficked Sex Slaves including at least one child. She was also the decoy in a Sheriff Office Prostitution Sting in Redwood City in 1993 which netted San Mateo County Manager John Maltbie as a customer.

Best of Health and Luck to Trisha Sanchez in your retirement.

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San Mateo County Election Results.

It’s been almost 48 hours since the polls closed and the elections office does not have any results from Election Day.  Here are the results from mail in and early voting. There are still 70,000 votes not posted yet.

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San Mateo County Mail In Ballots & Vote Cancelled.

Mark Church of the Elections Office told the San Mateo Daily Journal he didn’t know of anybody who did not get their ballot in the mail. I do, former San Mateo County Sheriff Deputy Juan P. Lopez. He called the elections office about 10 days ago and requested he be sent another mail in ballot, they said no and instructed Mr. Lopez to vote in person. On Election Day he did just that at the 555 Building across from the Courthouse where he was for Jury Duty which is another story by itself. Once he identified himself the nice lady informed him that his vote had been canceled. He politely explained that he would be voting and convinced her to prepare his ballot which she did, and he did vote.

Who has the ability to cancel someones vote?

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