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  1. The saga of the blank boxes for Morgan and the other independants shows how vitaly important this is. The vote counters, like the telephone advisors on Morgans recording, are minimally trained casuals employed for election time (and with the majors fear of the independants this election it wouldn’t surprise me if they were told to count votes for independants as invalid if they were in doubt )and whether a vote is invalid is up to their discression.Someone who commented on the youtube version of Morgan’s video had done work experience years ago counting votes and said no one knew what was going on and no one cared.

  2. Now that the AEC have made their attitude perfectly clear, the scrutineers may have the most important job in the election.
    Don’t take your eyes of anything for a second and don’t be afraid to report anything suss.
    We are all grateful to any doing this job that seems to be becoming more and more vital each time AEC issue a statement.
    Their “tin hat type stuff” statement shows they think we are a tiny 1% minority.Lets pray they see how wrong they are by Sunday morning.

  3. What’s the point of being a scrutineer when no one is watching the millions of postal vote and pre poll ballots sitting in a warehouse for two weeks?

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