In June 2021, Illoominate Media broke a story exposing a June 2021 conference held by the Florida Supervisors of Elections, a nonprofit organization that is masquerading as a government entity but is, in actuality,  an LLC. Illoominate Media provided irrefutable evidence that proves this organization is an actual business that is trying to influence the outcome of elections in Florida, as opposed to an official Florida government agency.

As we previously reported,

Sunbiz documentation proves Florida Supervisors of Elections is a Non Profit business, not a Government entity

A person who visits their website, https://www.myfloridaelections.com/, may assume that this organization is the actual Supervisors of Elections or a legitimate Florida government organization. However, further research, reveals that Florida Supervisors of Elections is actually a business masquerading as the actual board itself. It’s worth noting that they changed their name from Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections to Florida Supervisors of Elections, a name change which was initiated on September 12, 2019, just one year before the 2020 elections, which is indicated on their Florida corporation documents on Sunbiz.org.”

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Florida citizens and voters were excluded from attending the conference despite the fact that Florida Supervisors of Elections are elected officials and thus subject to Florida Sunshine Laws.

According to their website, “The Florida Supervisors of Elections (FSE) exists to assist its members in conducting fair, honest and accurate elections by providing continuing education and certification programs that encourage the highest level of professionalism; to assist Florida citizens to become better informed about voting and be prepared to participate in the electoral process; and to create a forum where the Supervisors can regularly express their joint opinions on important election issues.”

Sunbiz documentation proves Florida Supervisors of Elections is a Non Profit business, not a Government entity

A person who visits their website, https://www.myfloridaelections.com/, may assume that this organization is the actual Supervisors of Elections or a legitimate Florida government organization. However, further research, reveals that Florida Supervisors of Elections is actually a business masquerading as the actual board itself.

After some digging, I found out what the Florida Supervisors of Elections (FSE) really is. Here is a list of their entire mission, charter, and by-laws: https://lawsdocbox.com/66708452-US_Government_Resources/Florida-state-association-of-supervisors-of-elections-directory.html.

It’s worth noting that they changed their name from Florida State Association of Supervisors of Elections to Florida Supervisors of Elections, a name change, which was initiated on September 12, 2019, just one year before the 2020 elections, which is indicated on their Florida corporation documents on Sunbiz.org. Why would an organization that claims to be a professional membership association for Florida’s 67 Supervisors of Elections try to make itself look like an official government organization as opposed to an association of members by changing their name right before the 2020 elections? The answer is obvious. One name makes the business look like a professional club, while the other makes the business look like a legitimate Florida government-sponsored Elections organization.

This report also included a list of the conference’s sponsors. The most interesting patrons were companies such as Dominion, ES&S, Runbeck, and VR systems. These companies may sound familiar to you because these are the same companies that are at the center of the many uncovered controversies surrounding the theft of the 2020 elections.

While attending this conference on our way to confront Wendy Sartory Link, the Supervisor Of Elections in Palm Beach County, FL, regarding her acceptance of $6.8 million in Zuckerbucks, we, at Illoominate Media,  encountered a man named Barry Herron in the elevator of the Marriott Hotel in Tampa, FL where the conference was taking place.

For a quick reminder, or in case you missed it, watch us confront Wendy Santory Link here:


As we were celebrating the fact that we tracked Wendy down and confronted her, we were talking among ourselves in the elevator, and we said, “It’s too bad we didn’t meet anyone who works at Dominion here.” Low and behold, while looking to our left, there was a Dominion employee by the name of Barry Herron standing next to us, staring at the floor in the elevator. We quickly glanced at his name tag and confirmed Dominion employed him. Laura Loomer instantly turned her phone camera on to record this coincidental meeting, and when she asked Barry Herron if he worked at Dominion, he said no, and quickly flipped over his name tag and denied any association with the company. Along with flipping over his name tag, following the Florida Supervisors of Elections conference in Tampa, Barry Herron deleted his photo and his position with Dominion from his Linkedin profile.


When Barry Herron lied about working for Dominion, we were perplexed and intrigued. What did he have to hide? Why would he feel compelled to cover up and deny his employment with Dominion? Following the conference, Illoominate Media launched a five-month investigation into who exactly Barry is. Who is this guy, and why was he here in Florida at a conference sponsored by Dominion, and attended by Florida’s 67 elected Supervisors of Elections, as well as Florida’s Republican Secretary of State, Laurel M Lee, who was appointed by Governor Ron DeSantis in 2019.

Barry Herron is the top national salesman for Dominion voting machines in the United States. Over the last twenty years, he has been employed at Diebold, Unisystem, and Dominion, selling new electronic voting technology. During the Trump Presidency, 2017-2021, Barry stepped up his sales tactics by expanding Dominion and Unisystem’s reach throughout the country.

In Georgia, he scored a $107 million deal by updating the current voter machines to Dominion voting machines, according to GovernmentTechnology. The article specifies that “Dominion has connections, as well. One of Dominion’s lobbyists, Jared Thomas, has worked on Kemp’s political campaigns since he first won a state Senate seat in 2002. He also worked previously for Kemp in the Secretary of State’s Office. Another Dominion lobbyist, Barry Herron, was vice president of Diebold Election Systems, the company that originally sold Georgia its electronic voting machines in 2002.”

In addition, campaign finance records show that Dominion employed prominent lobbyists during this year’s legislative session, which set the parameters for the state’s voting machine contract and budgeted $150 million for the job.

Dominion’s 10 lobbyists include former Secretary of State Lewis Massey and Jared Thomas, a former campaign manager and elections staffer for Gov. Brian Kemp when he was secretary of state. When reached by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Massey referred questions to Dominion.”

Diebold was bought out by Dominion in 2010, but was also renamed Priemer Election Solutions in 2004. The Gateway Pundit briefly analyzed the complicated business operations Diebold and other election system companies run. 

Barry Herron sold Georgia their voting machines back in 2002 while also providing the state brand new voting machines in 2019 for the 2020 Presidential Election. Thanks to the technology at VR systems, these new machines can print out the ballots after you have finished making your selections. Many concerns were raised over this new feature. 

In 2018, Barry sent a proposal to Georgia Secretary of State John Barrow, and Brad Raffensperger took over later correspondence.


In 2020, as reported by GovernementTechnology,

“Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said Dominion’s voting system will protect Georgia voters.

“Elections security is my top priority,” Raffensperger said in a statement. “We look forward to working with national and local elections security experts to institute best practices and continue to safeguard all aspects of physical and cybersecurity in an ever-changing threat environment.”

In 2018, Dominion Voting Systems pushed the new technology for the voting polls and election night reporting. This technology is also used throughout Michigan. In Michigan during the 2020 elections, Antrim County, which used these Dominion voting machines reported that votes flipped during election night from Republican Presidential Candidate Donald J. Trump to Democrat Presidential Candidate Joseph R. Biden.

Coincidently enough, one year later, on the one year anniversary of the stolen 2020 election, Georgia’s disgraced Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger came out with a book on “election integrity”.

The 2019 Georgia Proposal lists all the states and counties that use this technology. Here is a copy of the cover letter that was sent to Georgia election officials and the Georgia Secretary of State’s office. Read HERE:

Dominion also provides similar voting systems in states including California, Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Arizona and Pennsylvania.

Many contested states in 2020 purchased these new Dominion machines directly from Barry Herron himself. Why was it so important to get these new machines for the 2020 elections, machines with defective printing capabilities due to their misalignments? And why did Barry begin this process in 2017, the year that Donald J Trump was inaugurated as President of the United States.

According to AJC, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, “The company faces intense scrutiny in Georgia, one of the most competitive states in the nation entering an election year featuring President Donald Trump and two U.S. Senate seats on the ballot. The challenge for Dominion is to seamlessly introduce computer-printed paper ballots in a state criticized last year over allegations of vote flipping, missing voter registrations, precinct closures, long lines, and voter purges.”

This statement leads to the common sense questions that everybody should be asking, “What is Dominion hiding? What was their plan before the 2020 election? And, who are they working with?” No one has been able to successfully ask these questions without Dominion suing them for defamation. 


In January 2021, Dominion’s lawyers sent Laura Loomer and this publication a cease and desist letter, threatening to sue her for defamation following her investigative reports into Dominion. Many others who have tried to uncover Dominion’s role in the 2020 election have also been threatened with similar lawsuits.

By working together with their partners, these companies run the gambit when it comes to elections. Anything from printing ballots, voting kits, mail-in ballots, ballot boxes, machines, equipment, all the way to audits, they are doing it all. The intricate web makes it easy for them to steer elections the way they see fit. They have been doing it for decades. When one company is proven to have many failures within their systems, they advance their systems. Then they purchase the old company and sell their new equipment to different states. 

Usenix, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, dedicated to supporting the advanced computing systems communities and furthering the reach of innovative research, published a study on the Security Analysis of the Diebold AccuVote-TS Voting Machine conducted, in 2006, by persons employed in several departments within Princeton University.

The main findings of our study are:

Malicious software running on a single voting machine can steal votes with little risk of detection. The malicious software can modify all of the records, audit logs, and counters kept by the voting machine, so that even careful forensic examination of these records will find nothing amiss. We have constructed demonstration software that carries out this vote-stealing attack.

Anyone who has physical access to a voting machine, or to a memory card that will later be inserted into a machine, can install said malicious software using a simple method that takes as little as one minute. In practice, poll workers and others often have unsupervised access to the machines.

AccuVote-TS machines are susceptible to voting-machine viruses—computer viruses that can spread malicious software automatically and invisibly from machine to machine during normal pre- and post-election activity. We have constructed a demonstration virus that spreads in this way, installing our demonstration vote-stealing program on every machine it infects. Our demonstration virus spreads via the memory cards that poll workers use to transfer ballots and election results, so it propagates even if the machines are not networked.

While some of these problems can be eliminated by improving Diebold’s software, others cannot be remedied without replacing the machines’ hardware. Changes to election procedures would also be required to ensure security.

If we knew about these malfunctions and the lack of security on these machines, why weren’t they upgraded within the last 15 years? Barry Herron has made many proposals to upgrade election voting machines in different states, yet it seems the machines used in the 2020 Presidential election had the same vulnerabilities.

Barry Herron has worked for all these companies; Dominion Voting Systems, Diebold,  and Unisystems. These three companies partner with: Adkins Election Services, Easy Vote, Election IQ, ESO by Shoup, Liberty Sytems LLC, and RBM consulting. Adkins prints the ballots. Easy Vote manages the voting software. Election IQ is a one-stop-shop; they even print mail-in ballots! ESO by Shoup, Election Services Online, provides “preventative maintenance and  “ESO will provide a staff member to assist your elections in the event you have equipment issues on Election day.” Liberty Sytems LLC performs Audits. And lastly, RBM Consulting provides a full-service plan which they lay out on their website

Illoominate Media will continue investigating voter fraud and will continue holding elected officials accountable with regards to enforcing election integrity policies ahead of the 2022 and 2024 elections. If we do not admit the voting irregularities and blatant fraud was committed in 2020, then we will not be able to prevent the fraud from happening in future elections, and we will not restore voter confidence to the millions of Americans who no longer believe their vote matters. Now that we know Barry Herron was a speaker at the June 2021 Florida Supervisors of Election Conference in Florida, which was sponsored by Dominion and attended by Florida’s 67 elected Supervisors of Elections, we must ask, What was Florida’s Republican Secretary of State, Laurel Lee doing at this fake, Dominion sponsored Florida Supervisor of Elections conference with Barry Herron?

And given what we now know, why are Republican election officials, as well as Florida’s own Governor Ron DeSantis opposing election audits of the 2020 election? Thanks to the investigative work of grassroots groups like Defend Florida, which is working to restore election integrity in the state of Florida, we now know that there are over 1.4 million PHANTOM VOTERS on the voter rolls in the state of Florida. During the 2018 Gubernatorial election, Republican Governor Ron DeSantis only won his race following a highly contentious recount by 32,000 votes. It is also worth noting that following the 2018 elections in Florida, both the Broward County and Palm Beach County Supervisors of Elections were forced to resign and were replaced following widespread criminal voter fraud. There is no denying that voter fraud is real, and it is happening in Florida, despite the fact that President Donald Trump won Florida in 2020.

With 1.4 million PHANTOM VOTERS on the voting rolls in Florida and hard evidence that Florida’s Supervisors of Elections and their Secretary of State have been meeting with Dominion ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, it’s crucial that the voter rolls are cleaned and that Dominion is banished from having any more illegal, closed-door meetings with elected officials in Florida. Florida Sunshine Laws exist for the sake of holding our elected officials accountable, and restoring election integrity and protecting free and fair elections is a process that should never take place behind closed doors where the public cannot participate.



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