Here’s an idea. Every vote, signature, etc. should be visible to the public. To protect identity, signature images can be encrypted using some kind of continuous hash function (if it exists) so that the match can be verified BY PEOPLE! We should have access to the original data! Anything less than 100% transparency is unacceptable. We can’t go on like this…
I agree with the others. This isn’t going anywhere. And the reason is that as soon as the evidence starts to get more abstract (like statistical analysis and time estimates based on assumptions about what might be considered a “reasonable” time to review a vote), people don’t care !
We need STRONG statements. For example: “There were X number of mail in votes cast in this election. Of the X number of votes, Y were counted. We have checked all the ballots and clearly only Z has valid matching signatures and therefore Z < < Y signature verification failed!"
The fact that the losing team doesn’t have access to this kind of review process is ridiculous. It avoids challenges that have a high probability of going to court.