J. Valentine: The U.S. Does Not Have An Accurate Address Database! Not Even The Postal Service

Original article.
By Joe Hoft
Published February 8, 2023 at 9:10 pm 80 Comments

Guest post by Jay Valentine

The U.S. Does Not Have an Accurate Address Database!  Not Even The Postal Service!

The key to stopping phantom voter fraud is the address – not the phantom’s name.

In 2022, election integrity teams found phantoms by the tens of thousands.  Almost none, except in Wisconsin – were removed from voter rolls.

To stop phantoms from stealing 2024, which they will rise to do, focus on addresses.

Where do addresses come from?

If you are under 50, you probably guessed an app.  If you are over, you guessed the U.S. Postal Service.

Let’s go with the Postal Service.

Sit back, and ask a question that may determine the next leader of the free world – no kidding – how does the Post Office get an address, validate it, and enter it into the system?

We did not know the answer and never asked the question.  We assumed, as I bet you did, the Post Office just collects them, they are correct, the mail gets delivered and that is the end of it.

Perhaps not?

A U.S.P.S. supervisor, kind of a whistleblower, contacted the Fractal team to introduce us to the process.

One of our members is a former VP of the U.S.P.S. and he validated these points the Postal person made:

“The responsibility of keeping this (address) information current falls on the letter carrier as well as local Post Office management (supervisors like me).

Well it isn’t being done.

I can confidently state that of the changes presently needed to bring each carrier route edit book accurately up to date, maybe five percent have been completed.”

It simply isn’t being done. Nobody has time.

Supervisors have no time and carriers have no time.

It is not essential to getting the work done even though it can control if an address even gets mail or is properly addressed.”

As America hurtles into mail-in balloting at scale, think what that means!  There is NO ACCURATE ADDRESS LIST FOR OUR COUNTRY!

We tested one or two states using the RNC (Republicans) database – which their “data-driven” multi-million-dollar investment made available to candidates.

Canvassing teams reported the RNC database was useless – it was wildly inaccurate.

What does this mean for the 2024 election?

We can say, with 100% certainty, there is no database in existence, even from the Postal Service, that accurately represents every mailable building in America.  None!

Yet, America will choose its next president, its legislatures, all the way down to dog catcher, via mail-in balloting, in swing states, run by sketchy election commissions, using a certifiably inaccurate database.

What could possibly go wrong?

Meet the UnDeliverable Ballot Database.

How does one build the most accurate address list for every building in America?  Most people have better things to think about but we don’t so we looked into it.

First, you need every address.  A great place to find them is the county property tax records.  They are accurate to a pristine level.  Why?

County tax records are how county employees get paid – via taxes.  Guys drive around to see if that field is vacant or if you put up a Wendy’s.

County tax records are visible to everyone.

They are challengeable – a citizen can march into the county tax office and say “…hey, why am I paying $8,600 tax on my house when the guy next door has the same size house paying $7,800?”

The description of each property is vast – commercial or residential, multi-family or not, square foot size, type of business, rooms, baths, and scores of other important data.

The problem is addresses change all the time.  A lot is subdivided.  A FedEx office has an apartment building built on top of it.  The sushi restaurant closes and a three-family condo replaces it.

The county knows this information instantly – their guys walk around jotting it down.  The Post Office, well, as our supervisor notes above – they are busy doing other stuff.

We aren’t.

The innovation was doing this frequently – to reflect the changes in each data source.

Around election time, in Nevada, voter rolls swell up to election day.

Cross-searching the voter rolls and the property tax rolls show exactly where swelling takes place.  We even have cool graphics showing it.

It is not enough to compare voter rolls and tax rolls.

Both are changing every day.

We were warned to never do a Matt Braynard – the poor guy who took one look at Georgia databases pointed out phantoms to a legislative commission – and learned the hard way the days of SQL and Excel latency are pretty much over.

Comparing property tax rolls with voter registration rolls – repeatedly – delivers two convenient outcomes.

One is an accurate database of every building in America, updated frequently.  This we use for commercial customers – always nice to have better data than the government!

The second outcome is the UnDeliverable Ballot database.

Knowing every address that is mailable but SHOULD NOT receive a mail-in election ballot is politically interesting.  Comparing that list with the current voter registration list indicates where ballots are going to be mailed but cannot find rightful owners.

The goal here, as the team proved in Wisconsin in 2022, is to get these addresses off the voter registration list.

If an address is a Firestone Tire Shop, with 6 registered voters ostensibly there – the local team challenges the address as an UnDeliverable Ballot address.  The tax rolls are inconsistent with the voter rolls – so change one or the other!

Why didn’t anyone do this before?

There are 3,200 counties.  Each has voter files and property files.  A snaphsot needs to be taken every couple of weeks, maybe 20 or 25 times a year.

This kind of compute is economically unviable – requiring a massive data center, taking weeks to run once, costing millions of dollars each time it is processed.  It was never done.

With Fractal technology, it is a viable endeavor with lots of commercial possibilities.

We are currently demonstrating this to voter integrity teams and citizens raising the funds to implement it in their states.  In March we travel to Arizona to show the power of property rolls compared with voter registration rolls – repeatedly.

A Wisconsin group is forming a private company to make this database available to political candidates!

In 2022, Republican canvassing teams reported terrible data to work from.

With mail-in ballots, he who has the best address database wins.

In 2024, it won’t be the Postal Service or the Leftists – it will be those using the Fractal Address Database.

Jay Valentine led the team that built the eBay fraud engine and the underlying tech for the TSA No-Fly List.  Jay can be reached at www.Omega4America.com   Jay’s Twitter address is @jayvalentine99

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