Who Printed Ballots for Fulton County, GA and Why Is It Important?

Even Democrat Election Observers Provided Sworn Affidavits: Cheating Rampant for Biden Ballots

Who Are Kevin and Brian Runbeck?

Democrat Judge Orders Audit

Kevin Runbeck (Runbeck Election Services)

Where did thousands of mail-in ballots in pristine condition in Fulton County, Georgia suddenly come from during the 2020 presidential election?

They were printed by Runbeck Election Services in Phoenix, Arizona, but there is something very suspicious about these particular ballots.

Who filed a U.S. Patent Application for a computer system for “on-screen ballot duplication” to be used for “generating a revised ballot”?

According to application # 20190311030, Kevin Runbeck did:

The first time I heard the name “Kevin Runbeck” was last month in an Original Pancake House nestled next to a Lazy Boy store near the Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall during breakfast.

The server sat me at a small table facing an empty booth next to the front picture windows. Within seconds she sat a man down on the right booth bench directly in my view.

He looked at me and I shrugged, “Awkward.”

He laughed, “So much for six feet of social distancing. That’s OK, the man I’m meeting here is so loud you can hear him if they set you 30 feet away.”

About that time his loud friend walked in the front door and joined him. His name was Don or Dan (I’ll call him Don). He was tall and wore a straw cowboy hat. His voice, indeed, was at least as loud and noticeable as Slim Pickens or Chill Wills.

I wasn’t being nosy, but it was impossible not to learn a great deal about Don’s thoughts and opinions. The first man, more fit and mild, was Greg. Both appeared to be in their sixties.

By a good ten minutes into their conversation, I determined Don was originally from Georgia, spent some time in Texas and had now been living in Phoenix for at least a decade.

Judge Brian Amero

Meanwhile, back in Georgia, Superior Court Judge Brian Amero granted a forensics review of the 147,000 mail-in ballots cast in the Nov. 3, 2020 presidential election. The judge approved the audit. After reading a lawsuit that could prove fraudulent ballots and other irregularities led to Joe Biden’s 2020 win in Georgia, the Democrat controlled Fulton County immediately hired criminal defense attorneys to fight the lawsuit, resulting in a temporary block of the audit.

When my breakfast plate arrived, I tried to pay little attention to loud Don, but when he said, “It sounds like one of these Hunter Biden deals…”, I perked up.

Don was telling Greg about Kevin Runbeck, Chairman and owner of Runbeck Election Services. He mentioned Brian Runbeck:

“You won’t even see Brian’s name listed on their website, but he’s in on it too.” (I wrote this quote on my napkin as a reminder to check into it.)

“They print these election ballots right here (Phoenix) that go all over the country, even back home in Georgia,” Don stated. “They’ll likely find them turning up here in Maricopa (County) too. Brian and Jim’s names could be all over this.”

Two weeks later I’m back home in Texas reading my email and the subject of Kevin Runbeck pops up from a CleverJourneys reader. He’s an intelligent man, very keen when it comes to politics. Serendipity kicked in, I thought, because that’s the same name I heard in Flagstaff. The emails continued:

Brian Runbeck identifies himself as the Client Services Manager/Project Manager and Production Coordinator at Runbeck Election Services, saying he manages the production of election ballots and related official election material. He claims he handles high pressure deadlines and high volume production.

Stunningly, government records indicate Brian Runbeck was a prolific monetary contributor (over 50 times in 2020) to Act Blue, Biden for President and the Democrat Senatorial Campaign Committee.

Cowboy Don at the Scottsdale pancake house was right. Brian Runbeck is not mentioned on Runbeck Election Services website. There is a list of thumbnails bios and pictures of executives and leaders, but nothing–zero, nada–on Brian. But there is a Jim.

Now this might not be the Jim the two men in the Scottsdale restaurant were talking about, however Jim Suver is listed on Runbeck Election Services’ website as Vice President of Business Services.

“Jim leads Runbeck’s business development and strategic growth initiatives in all states and specific partner counties. He is also responsible for developing and maintaining strong governmental relationships. In the U.S. elections space, Jim is well-known for establishing and finding value in previously untapped markets. Jim has managed Runbeck’s expansion to 18 states and Washington DC.”

Georgia Sworn Affidavits

Judge Amero is a Democratic donor, but sworn affidavits from actual election monitors compelled him to  order the ballot reviews.

According to RealClearInvestigations, (RCI) Fulton County poll manager Suzi Voyles testified she saw ballots marked for Joe Biden were suspiciously pristine and uniform while she was sorting through a large stack of mail-in ballots last November.

When Fulton County, Ga., poll manager Suzi Voyles sorted through a large stack of mail-in ballots last November, she noticed an alarmingly odd pattern of uniformity in the markings for Joseph R. Biden. One after another, the absentee votes contained perfectly filled-in ovals for Biden — except that each of the darkened bubbles featured an identical white void inside them in the shape of a tiny crescent, indicating they’d been marked with toner ink instead of a pen or pencil.

Adding to suspicions, she noticed that all of the ballots were printed on different stock paper than the others she handled as part of a statewide hand recount of the razor-thin Nov. 3 presidential election. And none was folded or creased, as she typically observed in mail-in ballots that had been removed from envelopes.

In short, the Biden votes looked like they’d been duplicated by a copying machine.

“All of them were strangely pristine,” said Voyles, who said she’d never seen anything like it in her 20 years monitoring elections in Fulton County, which includes much of Atlanta.

More poll workers in Fulton County swore in affidavits that they also observed fake-looking ballots in stacks of absentee ballots for Biden.

Robin Hall, a certified Fulton County recount observer, also testified she witnessed a number of boxes of absentee ballots marked100% for Biden” that appeared to be “perfectly filled out as if they were pre-printed with the presidential candidate selected.”

She stated: “They did not look like a person had filled this out at home. All of them looked alike.”

Judy Aube also worked at the World Congress Center on Nov. 14 where she observed the same thing: “suspicious batches” of mail-in ballots for Biden whose markings appeared identical, as if they had been duplicated by a machine and not filled out by a voter at home.

Barbara Hartman, another election official auditor, also doubted the authenticity of absentee ballots she handled that she said were never folded, as would normally be the case for ballots returned in an envelope by mail or dropped in a box. “The absentee ballots looked as though they had just come from a fresh stack,” she swore in her affidavit. “I could not observe any creases in the ballots and [it] did not seem like they were folded and put into envelopes or mailed out.”

Also, “The majority of the mail-in ballots that I reviewed contained suspicious black perfectly bubbled markings for Biden,” Hartman stated, adding that “they looked as if they were stamped.”

Observers and follow up investigations noted that bar coding was missing from those ballots. Prominent Information Technology specialist Javon Pulitzer testified that Fulton County ballots in the general election for GOP precincts included a barcode while the ballots in Democrat districts did not include the barcode.

The ballots shipped by Runbeck, were said to be already in the envelopes and were actually printed differently depending on the political leanings of the precincts.

RCI also reported:

Carlos E. Silva, for one, declared in a Nov. 17 affidavit that he observed a similar “perfect black bubble” in absentee ballots for Biden during the recount he worked in DeKalb County. And while overseeing the Cobb County recount, he swore he “observed absentee ballots being reviewed with the same perfect bubble that I had seen the night before in DeKalb. All of these ballots had the same characteristics: they were all for Biden and had the same perfect bubble.”

Added Silva, a registered Democrat: “There were thousands of [mail-in] ballots that just had the perfect bubble marked for Biden and no other markings in the rest of the ballot.”

Another registered Democrat, Mayra Romera, testified that while monitoring the Cobb County recount, she noticed that “hundreds of these ballots seemed impeccable, with no folds or creases. The bubble selections were perfectly made … and all happened to be selections for Biden.

According to Georgia Secretary of State records, “Runbeck Election Services, Inc. is a Georgia Foreign Profit Corporation filed On April 6, 2020. The company’s filing status is listed as Active/Owes Current Year Ar and its File Number is 20049030…The company has 2 principals on record. The principals are Kevin Runbeck from Phoenix AZ and Robert Shepier from Phoenix AZ.”

Brad Raffensperger was censured by Georgia GOP last week.

Within two months, for the June 9, 2020 election primaries of Georgia, their Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger coordinated a deal with Runbeck Election Services who “partnered with Dominion Voting and the state of Georgia to send out more than one million absentee ballots.”

During the 2016 general primary, only 37,000 absentee ballots were submitted by mail. 200,000 were submitted for the November 2016 general election, just one fifth of the total had on the June 9 election date.

The surge was a result of Raffensperger’s office sending absentee ballot request forms to all of Georgia’s 6.9 million active voters.

Raffensperger’s own press release revealed, “Instead of leaving the sending of absentee ballot request forms to local elections offices or third party organizations, the Secretary of State’s office took on that responsibility, coordinating with experienced state vendors for the printing and mailing of the request forms.”

The Secretary of State’s office also contracted with outside mail vendors for the fulfillment of the absentee ballot requests, including the provision of processing equipment and printing and mailing ballots, to take that burden off of local elections officials.

“The Secretary of State is providing millions of dollars in grants to local elections offices for sanitation equipment, elections infrastructure, and other voting needs. One grant in particular is dedicated to equipment like drop boxes, which will make it easier for voters to return their absentee ballots and for local elections offices to accept them.

One obvious question is why would Kevin Runbeck want a patent to generate revised ballots?

I could understand revising ballots if candidates, dates, locations change prior to an election event and printing of ballots, but how would this prevent tampering, prefilled vote choices and fraud?

Part 2: The Runbeck Connection

Part 3 The Runbeck Connection


  1. Look forward to part 2. You were one of the first to discuss ballot printers … I think this will be major focus. Who did they coordinate with. Will they be audited. Anyone doing government contract work … are they subject to audit ?

    Here is another discussion today


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  2. Sent you thread from telegram discussing meeting this wk between maricopa county and “ the printers”. I can find no context. Discusses: insinuation meeting recorded.

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  3. Something cool would be movement by the people to create a national holiday. We don’t need the federal government telling us when to have a holiday. Start this June 14th. President trumps birth day :). Close businesses ect…

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  4. Great work. In the rush to get this out ASAP you need a couple of small edits: It’s obviously “Runbeck” and “Runbeck Election Services,” but just after the first list of Brian’s donations to the Dems it becomes “Redbeck.” Then just above the pic of Jim Suver it becomes “Redbuck” and also “Redbuck Election services, then Redbeck again. Those typos might make skeptics doubt the message.
    . . .Again, great job!

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  5. There is another way to Audit absentee ballots.

    a = Number of ballots ordered and paid for by the county.
    b = do a stock audit to find out how many are left,
    c= Find out how many votes were counted.

    x = c-a

    If x b (+/-tolerances) there is a problem that would implicate county and supplier.

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  6. Wow, the corruption seems wide and deep. It’s difficult to accept that so many individuals would risk everything in order to cheat for their candidate. Stunning. Also, we love the Original Pancake House in Scottsdale!

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  7. The Progressives, in the 2016 election, placed too much faith in the biased polls and didn’t have a clue to how many false votes they needed to produce to get a Clinton win. They were downstream of the Brownsville dam. The flood of Trump votes came over the top and washed them out. They sure weren’t going to make that mistake again – and Biden, the very best candidate they could find in their entire party, presented an even greater obstacle to success than (obviously pretty burned out) Hillary – But they were up to the task!

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  8. […] Big long rambling article here on a company which it appears was printing ballots for Georgia, which… Interesting point was in Georgia, Republican ballots had a barcode on them, while Democrat ballots did not. It is not clear if the Democrat ballots were frauds, and the fraudsters forgot the barcodes, or if the state ordered ballots, and printed ballots with barcode for Republicans to protect against additional fraudulent Republican ballots, but left the barcodes off the Democrat ballots to facilitate fraud. […]


  9. Thanks for all that you do with you site; it is needed. Also, thanks for following my site, and for your likes of my posts, which are encouraging for me. Please have a wonderful day.

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