DECLARATION – To Assure Election Integrity (Voter Identification Assurances & Election Reforms)

By Diane Rufino, June 4, 2021


The presidential election of 2016, and especially the presidential election of 2020, exposed numerous flaws in the United States’ election procedures. Across the nation, polling mechanisms, the design of election ballots, voting rules, hours, and allocation of financial resources vary significantly between states and localities. In many jurisdictions utilizing older types of voting equipment (such as punch-card machines) ballots were disqualified at significantly higher rates than in jurisdictions employing more accurate and reliable equipment (such as optical scan machines). Moreover, due to the lack of legislative prioritization for funding of election administration, officials in many states and localities do not have the resources to hire adequate numbers of election workers and conduct meaningful voter education programs. Additionally, in some instances, efforts to purge ineligible voters from registration rolls (including those who have died, moved, or been sentenced as felons) have resulted in the mistaken elimination of fully eligible voters from registration rolls. Finally, we can’t forget that the 2020 presidential election allowed a number of additional votes to be cast because of the pandemic.

Election laws that place high burdens of proof on the voter, combined with inadequate checks and balances in these systems in place on Election Day, have made it difficult for aggrieved voters to obtain redress, and the inadequacy of election laws (which seem to only be getting worse and worse) make it incredibly difficult for those alleging voter and election fraud to have reported incidents investigated.

Complaining about the 2020 election without offering and enacting remedies doesn’t fix anything. It only adds to our collective frustration with our overly-ambitious (and scheming) political parties and with those voters without character, morals, or ethics who are willing to cheat the system.

Our American tradition teaches us that the process of choosing leaders is not a privilege, but a collective responsibility. We teach in our schools that we have a civic duty to be informed and to vote. Voting is the most democratic element of our constitutional republic – “the voice of the people.”

In order to restore confidence in the integrity and fairness of our nation’s election process, government agencies at the federal, state and local levels must work together to evaluate the various components of our electoral system. And then each of those government systems should take any necessary and all appropriate steps to strengthen and/or change policy at the federal, state and local levels to ensure that all persons wishing to vote are given a meaningful opportunity to do so, and all votes determined to be valid in accordance with established fair standards are counted accordingly. Congress and other government agencies should assess approaches that aim to ensure fairness with regard to casting and counting of votes, including, but not limited to, the implementation of a uniform nationwide poll closing time and uniform standards for counting disputed ballots within individual states.

When we think of voting, we instinctively assume that we have the RIGHT to vote. And I contend, with absolute certainty, that we indeed possess that right. There are several, however, who comment that there is no explicit right to vote in the US Constitution. And there are groups which advocate that the time has come to amend the Constitution to finally include such an express declaration of that right.

But the fact is that the united States of America was founded as a republic. We all know this and hopefully, we’ve all learned it in school. The definition of “republic” is: “a state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives, and which has an elected or nominated president rather than a monarch.”  It is arguably a given that we have the right to vote. Representatives cannot be “elected” if the people don’t have the right to elect them (ie, vote for the candidate of their choice). Furthermore, the Declaration of Independence, which lays out the principles of freedom and liberty, and the foundational philosophy for government in the American colonies, reads: “hat to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.”  In other words, we have, each in our own State, a government “of the people, by the people, and for the people” and it is certainly assumed that “of the people” means that ordinary citizens are selected (ie, elected) “by the people” (through a voting process).


WHEREAS, the right to vote is inherent in the fact that the united States of America was established as a republic (a state in which supreme power is held by the people and their elected representatives…)

WHERERAS, the Declaration of Independence clearly and expressly states that our States, and by extension our country, is a “government of the people, by the people, for the people”  {Exact wording: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.–That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, –That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness….’]

WHEREAS, our Founding Fathers thought that the right to vote was critical to our form of government, and viewed it as a virtually sacred act.

  • For example, Samuel Adams, the leader of the Boston Sons of Liberty and one of our most active and passionate of Founding Fathers had this to say about the right, and indeed, the duty, to vote: “Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is not making a present or a compliment to please an individual – or at least that he ought not so to do; but that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.”  [The Boston Gazette on April 16, 1781.]  Adams also said: “Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote…that he is executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.” 
  • Alexander Hamilton, a delegate to the Philadelphia Convention of 1787 and a main author of The Federalist Papers, wrote: “A share in the sovereignty of the state, which is exercised by the citizens at large, in voting at elections is one of the most important rights of the subject, and in a republic ought to stand foremost in the estimation of the law.”
  • Thomas Jefferson, certainly one of our greatest Founder and the author of our Declaration of Independence, wrote: “The elective franchise, if guarded as the ark of our safety, will peaceably dissipate all combinations to subvert a Constitution, dictated by the wisdom, and resting on the will of the people.
  • And finally, John Jay, one of the three authors of The Federalist Papers and appointed to the bench of the very first US Supreme Court, said: “The Americans are the first people whom Heaven has favored with an opportunity of deliberating upon and choosing the forms of government under which they should live.”

WHEREAS, another great Founder, Thomas Jefferson, author of our Declaration of Independence, said this: “A wise and frugal Government, which shall restrain men from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government, and this is necessary to close the circle of our felicities.”

WHEREAS, 18th-century American lexicographer, Noah Webster said: “…If the citizens neglect their Duty and place unprincipled men in office, the government will soon be corrupted; laws will be made, not for the public good so much as for selfish or local purposes; corrupt or incompetent men will be appointed to execute the Laws; the public revenues will be squandered on unworthy men; and the rights of the citizen will be violated or disregarded.”  [The point being made is that “a government of the people, by the people, and for the people” as promised by our founders in the documents they created for our States individually and in union form can only be secure if the process is honest, transparent, and free from manipulation. We always say: “The government works for us. The government IS us. It is the people’s government.”  If we ignore the rampant and persistent election and voter fraud problems, and the vulnerabilities to our current system that allows all possibilities of manipulation, hacking, and abuse, then we can no longer honesty make claim to such a “people’s government.”  The representatives will forever be beholden to others…. Not you.]

WHEREAS, the nation’s state Secretaries of State are committed to protecting an individual’s right to vote by ensuring access, accuracy and integrity in elections, and;

WHEREAS, the administration of elections is a complex enterprise involving thousands of polling places and election jurisdictions, millions of poll workers, hundreds of thousands of voting machines, more than 210 million registered voters and tens of thousands of election officials, and;

WHEREAS, the United States was founded upon the principle of self-government in which the right to vote is the most important and fundamental right of the people, and;

WHEREAS, our US Bill of Rights, and our state Bill of Rights (Declaration of Rights), requires the government to protect and secure the Natural Law Rights of the sovereign States and their sovereign citizens. Free and secure elections are the only way to preserve faith in government and individual freedom.

WHEREAS, if one side loses but you believe the results are honest and accurate, a rational person would conclude that, for the next election and indeed, subsequent elections, you have to work harder to convince others that your political agenda is better for the future. If one side loses and there is ample evidence that the other side cheated in numerous ways to win, you stop believing in the system and your ability to effect change in the process. You dishearteningly conclude that the system is broken, that your vote really doesn’t count, and that, at its core, the election was rigged and manipulated to ensure a specified and certain outcome.

WHEREAS, the conduct of elections is primarily the responsibility of state and local election officials, and;

WHEREAS, America’s voting systems and election procedures must ensure that all votes are counted accurately and that voting is as, convenient, accessible and secure as possible, and;

WHEREAS, our collective expertise with election issues and our strong commitment to fair, secure and accurate elections will enhance our democratic process, and;

WHEREAS, real election reform MUST have as its goal to ensure equal access to the ballot box, to record an individual’s personally-chosen candidate (ONLY ONCE!), to ensure absolute honesty in the process, and to assure election integrity.  Confidence in our election system is tied to honesty and integrity. 

WHEREAS, the John Locke Foundation advocates that election reform must occur in two ways:  First, States should nullify any federal act of Congress or federal court decision that infringes on the state legislators exclusive right to make rules regarding presidential elections. And Second, States need real election reform, enacted by their legislatures, that must include:

  • The elimination of early voting & Same day voter registration
  • Strict Voter ID requirements  [See the remarks below from NC Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson]
  • A requirement that absentee ballots can only be requested for limited, specific and documented reasons
  • A requirement that absentee ballots must be notarized
  • A requirement that election rolls must be updated in a timely manner, to remove the names of those who have died, moved, or been sentenced as felons, to ensure accuracy and validity
  • Require paper ballots and easy auditing processes
  • Election observers must be allowed with no pre-registration requirements
  • Easy and equal ballot access
  • A requirement that ALL votes are counted and reported at the precinct level
  • A requirement that ALL vote tallies are released in a short-time window so urban areas can’t wait to see vote totals of rural areas in advance
  • An acknowledgment that the State has the authority, under the Tenth Amendment, to nullify all federally-mandated election laws
  • A proviso that only the legislature may change standards of what votes are valid

WHEREAS, to ensure that all eligible voters are afforded their constitutional right to vote and unfettered access to the election process, The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) recommends that state and local governments and election officials continue to work to:

  • Ensure non-discriminatory equal access to the election system for all voters; including elderly, disabled, minority, military, and overseas citizens.
  • Encourage the adoption and enforcement of rules and procedures to ensure equal treatment of all voters.
  • Modernize the voting process as necessary, including voting technologies and systems and implement well-defined, consistent standards for what counts as a vote throughout the election process to ensure accurate vote counts and minimal voter error.
  • Encourage states to adopt uniform state standards and procedures for both recounts and contested elections, in order to ensure that each vote is counted and to provide public confidence in the election results.
  • Encourage states to conduct post-election audits to ensure the public has confidence in the security of the election equipment and integrity of the election results.
  • Provide election officials with increased funding to implement the recommendations of this resolution.
  • Conduct voter education and broad-based voter outreach programs.
  • Expand poll worker recruitment and training programs by adopting the innovative practices of other states and localities, with the ultimate goal of providing a satisfactory Election Day experience for all voters.
  • Maintain accurate voter registration rolls with a system of intergovernmental cooperation and communication.
  • Enhance the integrity and timeliness of absentee ballot procedures.
  • At the will of the states, adopt and adhere to the federal Voluntary Voting Systems Guidelines (VVSG) for Voting Systems.
  • Provide continuous training and certification for election officials.
  • Collect data and election information on a regular and consistent basis to provide a nexus for public consumption and systemic improvements.

WHEREAS, The NASS further recommends that the US Congress:

  • Fully fund the continuous update of the federal Voluntary Voting Systems Guidelines developed in consensus with state and local election officials.
  • Fund the compilation and dissemination of successful practices in election administration developed by state and local election officials that support the federal Voluntary Voting Systems Guidelines.
  • Support intergovernmental cooperation and communication among state and local elections officials to facilitate the maintenance of accurate voter registration rolls.
  • Provide full federal funding to the states to implement mandates imposed by NVRA, HAVA and the MOVE Act impacting election administration.
  • Hold hearings to assess how the current language in the National Voter Registration Act can accommodate for technological advances.

WHEREAS, there is overwhelming evidence of mass election fraud, voter fraud, election irregularities, ballot machine tampering (hacking, by both individuals, groups, and other countries), off-loading our election data to foreign countries (such as China, Iran – hostile regimes), human tampering, boxes of pre-filled out ballots, abuse of mail-in ballots, lack of clearing or refusal to clear state voter rolls (purging the rolls of ineligible voters – those who have died, moved, or been sentenced as felons), lack of any meaningful election audits, lack of inadequate checks and balances the questionable nature and designs of volunteer poll workers, and the fact that across the nation, polling mechanisms, the design of election ballots, voting rules, hours, and allocation of financial resources vary significantly between states and localities. In many jurisdictions utilizing older types of voting equipment (such as manually filling the ballot and individually submitting it to a poll worker, or using punch-card machines) ballots were disqualified at significantly higher rates than in jurisdictions employing more accurate and reliable equipment (such as optical scan machines).

[Refer to the resources provided in the Reference section by The Heritage Foundation on Election Fraud and Election Ingegrity issues:  “Voter Fraud Map: Election Fraud Database,” The Heritage Foundation, 2020.  Referenced at:    and   “More Resources on Election Integrity,” The Heritage Foundation.  Referenced at: ]

WHEREAS, a prime example of election fraud can be found in Fulton County, Georgia. In fact, Fulton County has been targeted as ground-zero in election fraud claims. It was uncovered that suitcases filled with pre-filled ballots were found under a table. And the pulling of these suitcases just happened to take place when poll workers assumed the cameras were turned off. No one has ever supplied a reasonable answer for the odd unearthing of suitcases filled with ballots from under a table. A forensic audit in Fulton County is showing that there may be thousands of double-counted ballots. [Must be nice to be a candidate for public office, and have trusted pollsters giving you a two-to-one edge when counting your votes]. As the lead plaintiff in one lawsuit, a long-time voting integrity advocate, admitted: “We’re six months after the election, and none of these anomalies can be explained. There’s just this massive cover-up. Our case certainly would not be the end. We believe this type of potential counterfeit ballots exist in other counties. It’s not just Fulton.”

WHEREAS, another documented example occurred in Windham, New Hampshire. Upon the conclusion of an audit, there is undeniable proof, through experimental confirmation, that ballot machines used in the elections in Windham, New Hampshire, are not reliable. [Three auditors filled our 75 folded ballots and 75 flat ballots and ran the ballots through two different machines. All three of the people voted straight R (Republican) for the House race, two voted straight R for the other races, and one person voted straight D (Democrat) for the other races. At the end of the audit, the results showed a large enough discrepancy to deem the machines not trustworthy. Out of the 75 folded ballots for straight R, only 48 of them were recorded. On top of that, the folds generated an overcounting of ballots as well].

WHEREAS, What if these mysterious double count discrepancies are discovered to be more widespread than first thought?

WHEREAS,the right to vote is an INDIVIDUAL right and not a COLLECTIVE right. While we indeed have a constitutional republic as our system of government, there are some democratic elements associated with it and the biggest one is our power at the ballot box to choose the representatives that comprise our “people’s government.” It is s a

WHEREAS, whenever any accusation of voter fraud, election fraud, election irregularities, ballot manipulation, machine failure, hacking of machines, our election data flowing into the hands of foreign states (especially hostile ones), pre-filled out ballots, ballot harvesting, fabricated ballots, switched ballots (all documented to have happened), it is the RIGHT of citizens to bring a class-action lawsuit to investigate such wrongdoing. The right to vote has been characterized in bright-line terms by the US Supreme Court (“One Person, One Vote, where each person’s vote counts absolutely equally). Fraud, manipulation, schemes to alter or increase votes for certain candidates all evidence a long train of repeated injuries to our election system, which is supposed to be honest and transparent.  A system whose purpose is marked at every turn by acts that call its honesty and integrity into question is not a system fit for a free people intending to carry it their solemn civil duty in order to preserve our great republic.

WHEREAS, we must never take for granted that our elected officials will do the right and honorable thing when it comes to election reform. For them, it’s about winning, it’s about the “upper hand” and about anyway they can get it. Our election system will never correct itself. Complaining about the fraudulent 2020 Elections without demanding and then enacting remedies won’t fix anything.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED & DECLARED that there has always been a huge question mark surrounding how the total number of votes in the 2020 American presidential election broke a national record by such an astonishing margin.  [And it wasn’t just the 2020 presidential election; we could go back to the 1960 presidential election and look at how all the fraud and tampering with votes in Chicago was able to throw the election to John F. Kennedy]

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED & DECLARED that although there is no current process available to actually overturn an election result into a new administration, a plan of action might be to propose and then adopt a new constitutional amendment (the 28th amendment) to provide such a process.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED & DECLARED that conservative and constitutional efforts are continuing to look into the various instances of election fraud, voter fraud, election tampering, election irregularities, software hacking, etc to show that there indeed was a grand scheme by radical progressives and a desperate Democratic Party to cheat their way into the White House. It could eventually provide a silver lining to a dark cloud of political corruption.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED & DECLARED that, as it stands now, because of the enormity of claims of election and voter fraud, etc and the need for audits (which are confirming the misfeasance), the majority of America citizens b believe that the current administration taking up residence on Pennsylvania Avenue is a fraud.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED & DECLARED that any single revelation touching on voter fraud, election fraud, election irregularities, election tampering, election manipulations, ballot machine (software) hacking, or any other illegal election intervention or tactics SHOULD cause U.S. Senators to begin an investigation into the authenticity of the particular US Presidential Election. Again, it is the People’s government and every single person’s vote should be honest, honored, and counted equally along with all other lawful and legal US voters. (Tampering, fraud, manipulations, etc interferes with the personal intent of each voter and nullifies the votes of good and honest citizens).

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED & DECLARED that should we continue to tolerate the loosey-goosey laws that govern our election process, the lack of required audits, lacks of checks and balances, the ability to commit voter fraud and election fraud, the ability to manipulate and tamper with elections, using ballot machines and election software designed by other countries (often hostile to the US),and the absolute insanity, being how advanced we are in the area of cyber-security, of not being able to prevent hacking of our election equipment and transferring of our data, the reality can very likely be that an election can be pre-determined even before the election results are counted and certified. What an edge that would be to the particular candidate so lucky to have that corrupt mindset and be willing to accept such nefarious capabilities. Furthermore, if that were to become the perception, what would that do to our confidence, as American citizens, in our election system?  Would it discourage us from voting?  Would we become cynical?  Would we give up?  How could we ever hope to fight the political machinery?  The only way, of course, is by citizen-mandated ELECTION REFORMS….  Serious reforms.  Reforms that ensure the identity of every single voter and the integrity of the process.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED & DECLARED that the concerned citizens of North Carolina and the citizens who devote themselves to the fidelity and guardianship of our US Constitution DEMANDS Election Reform to ensure Election Integrity. It should be a “Zero Tolerance” event so we, the People, can control the content of our governments and the future of our republic.  We welcome the opportunity to work with all members of the election community, concerned organizations, community groups and the public to ensure our citizens will have accurate, secure, reliable, and efficient systems of elections.


“NASS Resolution on State, Local, and Federal Responsibilities for Election Reform Responsibilities,” National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS website),   Referenced at:   [ The Resolution was adopted on February 6, 2001, Reaffirmed on February 5, 2006, Reaffirmed February 14, 2011, Revised and Reaffirmed on February 13, 2016, and Revised and Reaffirmed on February 5, 2021

NC Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson Addresses the NC House Committee on the Judiciary, YouTube video, April 22, 2021.  Referenced at:   

Election Reform – 

“Voter Fraud Map: Election Fraud Database,” The Heritage Foundation, 2020.  Referenced at:

“More Resources on Election Integrity,” The Heritage Foundation.  Referenced at:

“Resolution on Election Reform,” CCAR (Central Conference of American Rabbis), June 2001.  Referenced at:    [The Resolution referenced was adopted by the Board of Trustees of CCAR in June 2001].

Daniel, “BOMBSHELL! Voting Machines In Windham, New Hampshire PROVEN Unreliable After Being Tested In Audit,” Civil Deadline, May 25, 2021.  Referenced at:

Daniel, “BREAKING! Huge Development In Ballots In Fulton County, Georgia After MASSIVE Discrepancies Found,” Civil Deadline, May 25, 2021.  Referenced at:   

Dr. Dan Eichenbaum, “Election Reform and Your Freedom,” Dr. Dan’s Freedom Forum, June 4, 2021.    Referenced at:

Samuel Adams, The Writings of Samuel Adams, Harry Alonzo Cushing, editor (New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1907), Vol. IV, p. 256, in the Boston Gazette on April 16, 1781.

Alexander Hamilton, The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Harold C. Syrett, ed. (New York, Columbia University Press, 1962), Vol III, pp. 544-545.

John Jay, The Correspondence and Public Papers of John Jay, Henry P. Johnston, ed. (New York: G.P. Putnams Sons, 1890), Vol. I, p. 161.

Thomas Jefferson, The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Albert Bergh, ed. (Washington: Thomas Jefferson Memorial Association, 1903), Vol. 10, p. 235.

Kevin Clarkson,”The Founding Fathers Thought Voting Was Important, Anchorage Daily News, April 28, 2016 (originally published on June 28, 2009). Referenced at:

ELECTION AND VOTER REFORMS –  See the John Birch Society ARTICLE & VIDEO – “Real Election Integrity Legislation,” March 25, 2021 (Constitution Center, with Dr. Duke Pesta

“Real Election Integrity Legislation,” John Birch Society, Constitution Center, March 25, 2021.  This video features Robert Owens.  Referenced at: 

“Real Election Integrity Legislation,” John Birch Society, Constitution Center, March 25, 2021. This YouTube video features Robert Owens).  Referenced at:    

ADDENDUM –  NC Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson, Speaking to the House Committee of the Judiciary (April 22, 2021)

In speaking to the House Committee of the Judiciary about the need for Voter ID to ensure election integrity and about the Democrats’ assertion that such a law is discriminatory to African-Americans and an attempt to suppress their vote, NC Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson said that “it is not only insane but Insulting to suggest black Americans are incapable of obtaining a FREE photo ID.”  I would argue that it is insulting and insane to think that our country must promulgate a false and misleading position that racism is inherent in white people and therefore our society is built on structural racism to continually keep African-Americans from succeeding.  I don’t believe in victimhood.

Here are the remarks Lieutenant Governor Robinson delivered:

“I am the first black lieutenant governor of North Carolina. I hail from Greensboro, the home of the Woolworth sit-ins. It was an epi-center of the Civil Rights movement. I grew up poor as the ninth of ten children, in a home marred by alcoholism. But I had a mother who was a strong woman of faith and she sustained us. She was also a woman who lived through the horribleness of Jim Crow and witnessed the sacrifices made by those to insure that black voices would be heard in government. I know right now she is up in heaven smiling as she sees her son in this committee hearing. But today I am not here to talk about myself……  I am very proud of the history in this nation of my people. My people were put in the belly of ships, and bound in chains during the middle passage. My people were whipped, beaten, and sold as property into slavery. During Reconstruction and during Jim Crow, my people were in intimidated, harassed, and even killed to keep them from having a voice in government. Symbols like chains, nooses, and burning crosses were not just symbols of death but symbols of forced, coerced silence. The sacrifices of our ancestors so I can have the opportunity to become the first black lieutenant governor of my state, to see a black man sit in the White House for two terms, and for millions of us to become leaders in business, athletics, government, and culture add up to an incredible story of victory.

Today we hear that our states are being compared to Jim Crow, that black voices are being silenced and that black voices are being kept out. How?   By bullets, by bombs, by nooses?  NO…  by requiring a free photo ID to secure their vote. Let me say that again – By requiring a free ID to secure the vote. How absolutely preposterous!  Am I to believe that black Americans who have overcome the atrocities of slavery, who were victorious in the Civil Rights movement, and who now sit in the highest level of this government cannot figure out how to get a FREE ID to secure their votes?  Am I to believe that they need to be coddled by politicians because we can’t figure out how to make our voices be heard?  Are you kidding me??  The notion that black people must be protected from a free ID to secure their votes is not only insane, it is insulting. This has nothing to do with politics. It has everything to do with power.” 

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I'm originally from New Jersey where I spent most of my life. I now live in North Carolina with my husband and 4 children. I'm an attorney
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