Thursday, December 05, 2019

Russian Hackers Broke Into Elections Company Used in St. Johns, Miami-Dade, Broward

Ducking and avoiding document and interview requests, controversial St. Johns County Supervisor of Elections VICKY OAKES has a lot to hide, including the fact that her contractor, VR Systems, which sells it computers and services, was hacked by Russians in 2016.

VR provides services and equipment for some 57 of 64 counties in Florida.  It is a closely-held, employee owned company in Tallahassee.

 BTW:  am running as a Democrat to defeat VICHY OAKES and restore integrity to Florida elections.

They've had their turn -- now it's our turn.
GOVERNOR RICHARD LYNN SCOTT appointed VICHY OAKES in 2011. She has never had an opponent before, having worked in the Supervisor of Elections office since 1988.

From The Miami New Times, from 2017:

Russian Hackers Broke Into Elections Company Used in Miami-Dade, Broward

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