RENTAVOTER BRIBERY COMPLAINT REVEALS 3 TIME VOTERS USED

RENTAVOTERS STRIKE AGAIN WITH THREE TIME VOTERS IN THREE YEARS

Election results for May 4, 2019 include Montgomery County MUD 158 and Montgomery County MUD 106. As usual the MUD elections feature only TWO voters. But this time County Election records reveal a stunning twist.

These repeat RENTAVOTER hiring Public Official’s Engineers and Election Service Companies routinely refer to temporary dwellings placed within these MUDs prior to elections as “VOTER HOME” or “VOTER TRAILER” establishing the intention of Public Officials , Attorneys and Election Services Companies to obtain future occupants who deliver their affirmative VOTE.

While, as Greg Abbott has written it is lawful for any Texan to choose their residence for voting purpose according to their own desire it is a Felony Violation to offer any benefit in exchange for a favorable vote.  Texas Penal Code Sec. 36.02.  states “A person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly offers, confers, or agrees to confer on another, ~ any benefit as consideration for the recipient’s ~ vote, or other exercise of discretion as a ~ voter.”

That is why a new Election complaint alleging Bribery has been filed against the Public Officials and Agents of FIVE Montgomery County MUDS. You can read the details below.

Voter Lists Election Results by RENTAVOTER on Scribd


“Election fraud, in the most general sense, is any attempt to subvert or manipulate the electoral process by illegal means.” Attorney General Ken Paxton

This complaint contains factual information that closely follows a fact pattern already recognized by the Texas Secretary of State as warranting submission for criminal investigation by the Attorney General and are a felony offence.  Texas Penal Code Sec. 36.02.  states “A person commits an offense if he intentionally or knowingly offers, confers, or agrees to confer on another, ~ any benefit as consideration for the recipient’s ~ vote, or other exercise of discretion as a ~ voter.” Based on information and belief It is alleged here Voters have received valuable benefits as consideration to specifically vote affirmatively in confirmation and other elections and that the perpetrators have not merely offered such bribes a single time to a single voter but have done so multiple times in 3 separate election cycles using the same set of voters 2 and even 3 times in a row.  The probability that the voters listed above acting independently and without external influence just happened to change their voter registration each time they knowingly moved to a temporary dwelling and then vote in complete unbroken conformance with their recruiters desire 2 and 3 times in a row staggers reasonable expectation.

Additionally, no known Election Services Company like the ones in this complaint have ever recruited a person NOT registered to vote.

According to the Stingray Services archived website, the company specializes in providing turn-key voter trailer installation services, and election services,” their website “About Us” says. “We have completed over 70 trailer installations in Texas over the last 10 years, and have supported nearly 100 elections. We locate residents, perform landlord services, support residents in changing their license and voter registration, and assist with the district election. We have worked with a host of major developers and engineers including Lennar, Toll Brothers, Friendswood, Land Tejas, Taylor Morrison, Pate Engineers, Brown & Gay … to name just a few.”

                                                                          RECENT ELECTION RESULTS INVALID

MAY 4, 2019 Election results for Montgomery County MUD No. 106, Montgomery County MUD No. 158 are invalid pursuant to the facts that follow.  

Public Officials and their agents, including Attorneys, Engineers and Election Service Companies routinely refer to temporary dwellings placed within these MUDs prior to elections as “VOTER HOME” or “VOTER TRAILER” establishing the intention of Public Officials , Attorneys and Election Services Companies to obtain future occupants who deliver their affirmative VOTE for the Public Officials.

Public Officials of  Montgomery County MUD No. 106, Montgomery County MUD No. 152  and Montgomery County MUD No. 121 acting in concert with SCHWARTZ PAGE & HARDING LLP, Coats Rose, PC, THE MULLER LAW GROUP and Election Services Company Stingray Services Inc. and AIRIA Development Company  worked to recruit and influence NICK CHRISTOPHER HARRINGTON & BRANDON FORREST ADKINS  to vote affirmatively in 3 elections by means of  promise of free rent or reduced rent or continued employment  opportunities or other valuable consideration.

Public Officials of  Montgomery County MUD No. 158, Montgomery County MUD No. 157  acting in concert with Coats Rose, PC & and Election Services Company Stingray Services Inc. and AIRIA Development Company  worked to recruit and influence MARK NABIGH RIZKALLAH & KIRSTEN MARIE STILES  to vote affirmatively in 3 elections by means of  promise of free rent or reduced rent or continued employment  opportunities or other valuable consideration.

Engineers and Election Service Companies routinely refer to temporary dwellings placed within these MUDs prior to elections as “VOTER HOME” or “VOTER TRAILER” establishing the intention of Public Officials , Attorneys and Election Services Companies to obtain future occupants who deliver their affirmative VOTE.

                                                                                 MUD 106 Voters Recruited

Montgomery County Election records confirm NICK CHRISTOPHER HARRINGTON & BRANDON FORREST ADKINS were the only voters registered within the MUDs listed above in each of the following elections.

                                                             Same Voters sequentially employed to vote 3 Times

2019 Montgomery County MUD No. 106   18700 FM 1314 CONROE, TX 77302

2018 Montgomery County MUD No. 152   5188   RILEY FUZZEL RD

2017 Montgomery County MUD No. 121   798  CENTRAL PINE

                                                                                     MUD 158 Voters Recruited

Montgomery County Election records confirm MARK NABIGH RIZKALLAH & KIRSTEN MARIE STILES were the only voters registered within the MUDs listed above in each of the following elections

                                                               Same Voters sequentially employed to vote 2 Times

2019 Montgomery County MUD No. 158   17890 OLD HOUSTON RD CONROE, TX 77302

2018 Montgomery County MUD No. 157   15048  ALLENDALE LN 

                                                                   County Permits  Designate “VOTER” HOME/TRAILER

County Water and Sewer permits pulled by AIRIA Development Company. 11/28/2018 describe the  MUD 106 residence as “MUD 106 Voter Home” in accompanying permit documentation.

County Water and Sewer permits pulled by AIRIA Development Company. 1/9/2018 describe the  MUD 157 residence as “MUD 157 Voter Home” in accompanying permit documentation

County Water and Sewer permits pulled by Stingray Services Inc. 3/7/2018 describe the  MUD 152 residence as “MUD 152 Voter Trailer” in accompanying permit documentation.

County Water and Sewer permits pulled by Stingray Services Inc. 7/13/2017 describe the  MUD 121 residence as “MUD 121 Voter Trailer” in accompanying permit documentation.

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