Jane will be putting on a presentation at the Red Lion Hotel in Kalispell this Friday, May 12th, at noon at the Glacier Country Pachyderm club.
Who is Jane Rectenwald?
In 2003 Jane Rectenwald was elected to the Missoula City Local Government Study Commission which exposed anomalies in the city government, including elections.
In subsequent years of seeing continued Missoula County election problems, she joined a small group of citizens in early September 2020 to analyze the process being established for the November 2020 election. That effort led to the citizen count of the signature envelopes on January 4, 2021, which showed 4,592 votes in Missoula County being certified without corresponding signature envelopes indicating a chain of custody to a voter. The discovery that Missoula County was not the only Montana county to receive “free” money from Mark Zuckerberg through the Center for Tech and Civic Life (CTCL), an out-of-state, highly partisan organization, to be used to affect the 2020 election, led Jane to form the Montana Election Integrity Project to help citizens in counties across the state who had concerns about their local county election practices.
The Montana Election Integrity Project released its Canvass Report on the Montana 2020 Election last fall, showing an estimated 20% of the votes cast in the state were invalid. Although shocking, the results found in Montana echo citizen research around the country. Multiple anomalies found in the 2020 and 2022 elections, as well as election laws being violated by the government, are causing citizens to question whether the entire Montana election infrastructure has been corrupted. The government, neither the political parties nor the mainstream media appear to be curious.
Surely, we as Americans can come together to find the cause of this travesty as well as permanent solutions – if we can agree that there is a problem. Join us on May 12, 2023 to hear the results of the research and discuss the next steps.
To learn more about Montana Election Integrity Project click here.