**Fractal Aims to Improve Voter Integrity by Identifying Phantom Voters Ahead of 2024 Election**
The issue of voter integrity has become extremely important in recent years, and the Fractal team is making significant strides in addressing this issue. Working in conjunction with legislators and citizen groups across 26 states, Fractal is utilizing cutting-edge technology to merge voter/ballot roll data with property tax rolls, known addresses, FEC data, and numerous other data sources at a rate of 200 million transactions per second. This has resulted in the largest collection of real-time voter records in the world, some of which date back to 1996.
Fractal’s mission is to catch phantom voters and ensure the accuracy and integrity of the electoral process, particularly as the 2024 election approaches. To demonstrate their capabilities, the team has released several videos showcasing the shortcomings of the Electronic Registration Information Center (ERIC), a system used by various states to maintain voter rolls. The first videos focus on ERIC states such as Texas and Minnesota, highlighting the potential issues that go undetected by this system.
The analysis presented in the videos reveals discrepancies and oversights in the voter rolls that were previously missed by ERIC. Fractal’s advanced technology has the capacity to delve even deeper into voter data, with plans to release comprehensive analyses of Georgia’s ballot rolls in 2020 and their current state in the coming weeks. The Georgia system, in particular, boasts over 100 million records, 19 voter roll snapshots, and a wealth of voter history dating back to 1996, operating at silicon speed in a real-time parallel processing database system.
One of the key features of Fractal’s system is its ability to track ineligible voters, preventing surreptitious attempts to make them eligible and ensuring that all voting activity is transparent and legitimate. By providing this level of visibility and control, Fractal aims to thwart any nefarious actions in voter rolls and empower citizens with better, faster technology than the government currently utilizes.
Looking ahead to the 2024 election, Fractal’s groundbreaking technology enables the tracking of every cast ballot in Georgia in real time, with the capability to flag any irregularities before votes are cast or counted. This real-time monitoring is designed to prevent voter fraud before it occurs, shifting the focus from post-fraud litigation to proactive prevention.
In partnership with Georgia county governments, Fractal’s system has incorporated daily ballot tracking, cross-referenced with property tax rolls and other databases, creating an unprecedented level of oversight and transparency in the electoral process. Their work has exposed the limitations of ERIC in identifying potential phantom voters, influencing the decision to release videos of additional states, including Alaska, Alabama, Missouri, and several others, in the near future.
All videos will be made available on the Omega4America.com website, introducing citizens to the tangible impact of Fractal’s technology on voter integrity issues. By promoting awareness and understanding of the intricacies of voter rolls, Fractal aims to empower citizens and lawmakers with the tools necessary to ensure the accuracy and accountability of the electoral process.
With these advancements, voter integrity initiatives can take a substantial step forward in preparation for the 2024 election, establishing a new standard for transparency, accuracy, and vigilance in the electoral process. As the videos continue to be released and the impact of Fractal’s work becomes more widespread, the public will have the opportunity to engage with this groundbreaking technology and advocate for change at the local and national levels.