Welcome to Hand Counting, Simplified
Here is a list of resources to help you learn more about hand counting ballots, and how you can implement/advocate for hand counting in your state.
Step by Step in Missouri.
Missouri election laws revealed that not only was hand counting ballots allowed in MO, but there was already a process in place.
Click here to access materials (link opens in new window) created by Linda Rantz and Cause of America Missouri grassroots, including:
- Missouri Hand Counting eManual
- eManual Supplement including important updates
- Full webinar on Missouri Hand Counting featuring Mike Lindell, Col. Shawn Smith, Dr. Doug Frank, and Erin and David Clements
Hand Counting Demonstration.
Print out the tally sheet PDF from http://tinyurl.com/tallysheet and follow along with this brief and fun demonstration video that shows you exactly how to hand count ballots using the dab & tally sheet method. (Click either "Always for Rumble.com" or "Only this media" to view the demonstration)
Hand Counting in California. Yes, California.
The following resources are borne of Shasta County's 2023 endeavors to reject Dominion voting machines and return to hand counting.
Here is a link to a Primer to Switching to Paper Balloting and Manual Counting in Your County created by Alexander Haberbush, Esq. and LexRex Institute
Here is a link to a manual detailing the process and procedures for hand counting, in compliance with California election statutes.
Here is a link to the Cover Letter that accompanied the submission of the above proposed California hand counting manual.
If you know of a great hand counting resource we've missed, email it to us and we'll review it for addition to this list.