Disproven: My Unbiased Search for Voter Fraud for the Trump Campaign, the Data that Shows Why He Lost, and How We Can Improve Our Elections (Hardcover)

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Disproven: My Unbiased Search for Voter Fraud for the Trump Campaign, the Data that Shows Why He Lost, and How We Can Improve Our Elections (Hardcover)

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Many searched for evidence of voter fraud in 2020, only a few were unbiased professionals . . . and only one has written a book about his experience.

If you value the integrity of our elections—or want a behind-the-scenes look at an attempt at overturning one—Disproven by Ken Block takes you out of the voting booth and into the chaos that was the attempt to challenge the results of the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

In November 2020, data specialist Ken Block received a phone call from the Trump Campaign. They wanted to hire him to find evidence of election fraud. What followed were late night and early morning requests to assess fraud claims at a blistering pace and ultimately find definitive evidence about the role voter fraud played in the outcome of the 2020 presidential election.

Multiple subpoenas later, Block reveals the truth about being one of the few professionals hired to prove the Trump Campaign’s allegation that voter fraud cost Donald Trump the 2020 presidential election. He explains what the voter data tells us and exposes the sobering truth that our federal elections are operating on hundreds, if not thousands, of disparate voting systems prone to error—a threat to national election integrity.

Disproven is an insider’s look at the results of an inflammatory claim, a flawed system, and the changes drastically needed before the results of another election are threatened or contested.
Ken Block, an expert in voter data, is a technology entrepreneur, two-time candidate for governor, advocate for good government, and the founder of a centrist political party. His work in data analytics uncovered the truth of how our elections are conducted and was the basis for some legal actions regarding elections. A lead attorney for Donald Trump’s campaign testified to the U.S. House of Representatives Select Committee on the January 6 Attack that he had complete confidence in Block’s work. Block has also been credited with helping the State of Texas save more than a billion dollars in food stamp fraud and inefficiencies. He lives in Rhode Island with his family. You can learn more at www.KenBlock.com.
Product Details ISBN: 9781637632857
ISBN-10: 1637632851
Publisher: Forefront Books
Publication Date: March 12th, 2024
Pages: 320
Language: English
“I did not know it at the time, but the day after the 2020 election the Trump campaign hired a serious expert, Ken Block, to assess whether the outcome was the result of voting fraud. Disproven—Block’s thorough, fact-based account of his work and conclusions—is a must-read and a great service to the country.”
— William Barr, 77th and 85th US Attorney General

“Mr. Block has dissected the data and found the facts that show an election system across America that isn’t perfect in all areas, that would certainly benefit from systemic improvements, but nonetheless accurately reflected the will of the majority of the people in 2020.”
— Brad Raffensperger, Georgia Secretary of State

"In Disproven, Ken Block, an expert in data analytics, shares a compelling account of his careful examination of voter data in the days immediately following the 2020 presidential election. Block’s clear and detailed assessment of the current state of our election infrastructure offers thought-provoking recommendations to improve the U.S. election system that will be of great interest to American political scholars and students, election administrators, and other public officials, as well as any reader who cares about the future of democracy in the United States."
— Emily Lynch, Associate Teaching Professor, Political Science, The University of Rhode Island