1. On January 17, 2019 I was working with Dominic A. Diaz the Deputy County Clerk in the office of Policy and Compliance Denver Clerk and Recorder’s Office. I was having problems logging into my Tracer account, and was updating campaign records. I had asked Domoic about the eSign, and he told me “It’s a really good app, and not only does it shorten the time out in the field. But they are accurate, and its up loaded to the clouds.
2. So, you don’t have to worry about losing the signatures. And they are already and approved. Dominic also told me “Look up 303 Software, we are working with them, they built the app, and you can see this is the future of Digital Petition Signature Fillings. This is when he introduced me to Drake Rambke Ballot Operations Coordinator City & County of Denver, and he walked me through the 303 Software and told me. “It’s very reliable, and it beats carrying around paper. And your signatures get verified and uploaded to our clouds.
3. So, you don’t have to worry about signatures, or no being able to read the hand writing, it’s the future of digital petitions, and all document signing for everything is going digital in the future. Of petitions, and voting. So, believe me, I would go eSign for sure”.
4. So, I went home and Google Searched 303 software, Denver elections Division, and any story related to the eSign Application, or legitimate complaints filed against 303 Software’s ESign application or the Clerk and Recorders office who first implemented the eSign and tracer applications as the best thing since slice bread.
5. I also looked up for any media on the eSign And Tracer Applications and this is what I found, See Exhibit 4,. On February 4, 2019 at 3:21 PM I called Dominic Diaz, and asked him about having the iPad and maybe some paper petition for back up. Dominic said “You must do what works for you, the eSign according to everything I know about it. You won’t need paper.
6. Again, talk to Drake about it, I can patch you through to him. You are on the right track, keep asking questions, and you will get your answer you seek, sooner or later. Lol” I spoke to Drake, he told me what kind of I pad I needed to buy, and I told him I would see him n February 5, 2019 the day after the February 4, 2019 candidates sign up for signature petitions to be placed on the May 7, 2019 Ballot for Denver Municipal elections.
7. On February 5, 2019 I met with Drake Rambke and I gave him my new iPad so that he can upload the eSign application to my iPad. I also request paper petitions; just in case something went wrong with the eSign application. Drake Rambke gave me 10 petitions with 5 pages, with 10 signature lines per page for a total of 50 signatures per petition. It used to be 100 signatures per petition. For some reason they doubled the paper work, and added more work for the Circulators. From carrying around 5 Petitions. To carrying 10 petitions. See Exhibit 5 (Request for Original Petitions).
8. Drake Rambke did not have a card when I asked for one, he told me he was in the process of moving. And he did not have any cards at hand. And that he would email me. He never did. Drake Rambke never gave me in specific instructions as to logging in. He said it was simple. So, we shook hands, and I was off with he new marvel application called eSign and it only got worse. On February 6, 2019 4:15 PM I placed a call to Dominic to inform him of the problems of me logging into my account. And the application expires way to fats. And I have to always log back in. like 4 – 5 minutes to 1 minute. It was bizarre, like they know when I was online? I had one episode where I imputed the wrong letter in my email. And I was locked out of my account for the entire week end, and the complaints go on. ....