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Bill Huennekens

HAVA Project Manager

King County

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King County

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Employment History

Elections Superintendent

King County

Elections Supervisor

King County

Senior Assistant Elections Director

State John Pearson

Coordinator

Grange

Affiliations

King County Superintendent
Elections

Secretary
Elections

Secretary
State John Pearson

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King County names 99 felons who voted illegally

www.freerepublic.com [cached]

King County Elections Superintendent Bill Huennekens said several explanations could apply to the presence of felons' names on the voter rolls, which election officials check for matches when they receive notifications of convictions from the courts:

If the felon registers to vote after he is convicted, his name won't be flagged.But to sign up to vote then, the felon would have to declare falsely on the registration form that he has not lost his voting rights because of a conviction.
If the name provided by the courts is not a close match with a name on the voter rolls, the felon may not be dropped from the register.
If the felon falsely told court officials he lived in another county, his name might not be submitted for revocation.


"These are not indications of fraud," ...

www.hedgehogreport.com [cached]

"These are not indications of fraud," said Bill Huennekens, King County's elections supervisor.

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Huennekens disputed that election workers would say such a thing.
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• Party observers often couldn't see much of what election workers were doing and weren't told in advance that county elections superintendent Bill Huennekens was going to go through absentee ballots to look for wrongfully rejected ballots.


In response to our concerns, acting ...

www.washblog.com [cached]

In response to our concerns, acting Superintendent of Elections [#] Bill Huennekens continued to bob and weave.The response to my open records requests was essentially "we're still studying that".He even attended our presentation last week to refute us (me). (Before he responded to my open records request, I might add.)

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During the CEOC meeting May 9th, Bill Huennekens was trying to deflect some very persistent questions about the interaction between these systems.


SKAGIT VALLEY HERALD.com

www.skagitvalleyherald.com [cached]

Bill Huennekens, King County Superintendent of Elections, keeps a running list of votes for Republican Dino Rossi and Democrat Christine Gregoire as members of the King County Canvassing Board examine ballots with stray ink marks and other irregularities Wednesday.


Washington State Grange

www.grange.org [cached]

Assistant Secretary of State Donald Whiting, Senior Assistant Elections Director for the Secretary of State John Pearson and Elections Program Coordinator Bill Huennekens came to headquarters to provide the Grange with whatever information they could and to hear what the Grange thinks about the recent U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring California?s blanket primary system, which was modeled closely after our own, unconstitutional.

First, some history.Whiting said the primary system was created in Washington in 1907, and amended in 1909.Attempts were made to establish a blanket primary system, where voters need not divulge their political party at the polls and where anyone can vote for anyone on the ballot regardless of their party, in the 20s, but it be not until the Washington State Grange presented an initiative, Initiative 2, in 1934 that the blanket primary was put into effect.
The initial feeling was, after the California decision and the report by Washington State Attorney General declaring the system unconstitutional, that the voters of this state would have to switch to a totally different form of primary.This is not true, according to Whiting.

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