U.S. Election Company Previously Registered Chinese Election Company's Website
Michigan's Konnech Inc. registered "hongzhengtech.cn" for a Chinese election technology company partnered with Lenovo, Huawei, China Telecom, China Unicom, and China's National People's Congress.
Konnech Inc., a U.S. election company based out of East Lansing, Michigan, builds software to manage the poll workers, poll locations, campaigns, assets, and supplies necessary to run elections in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
With mail-in ballots becoming more commonplace, the company’s ballot tracking software tracks mail-in ballots, prints ballots, offers signature comparison capabilities, and even scans “ballot packages and application images directly into the system for side by side verification against voter profiles”.
Although, the American company, which was founded in 2002, is used by the U.S. Department of Defense and 'thousands of election offices across North America', Konnech Inc., previously built a ‘communication platform’ called ChineseBrief.com for the Confucius Institute.
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Furthermore, many of the company’s software engineers and employees graduated from Chinese universities such as Zhejiang University, Nanjing University, University of Science and Technology of China, Beijing Language and Culture University, China Agricultural University, and HuaZhong University of Science and Technology.
For instance, Eugene Yu, the CEO of Konnech Inc., graduated from Zhejiang University in Zhejiang, China, with a bachelors degree in 1982 before receiving his MBA from Wake Forest University in 1988.
On July 31, 2015, Michigan’s Konnech Inc. registered the website “hongzhengtech.cn” using the email address “email@example.com”.
“Hongzhengtech.cn” is the website for, Jinhua Hongzheng Technology Co. Ltd., a “digital service provider” who builds electronic voting systems for China’s National People’s Congress in partnership with Lenovo, Huawei, China Telecom, China Unicom, and China Mobile, according to the company’s website.
Since this author first published on Konnech Inc. on August 15, 2022, the email address registered to hongzhengtech.cn was changed from “firstname.lastname@example.org” to “email@example.com”.
Oddly enough, on January 3, 2013, Konnech’s Eugene Yu once registered the website “pdocument.com” to the email address “firstname.lastname@example.org”.
Furthermore, as of today, the website www.hongzhengtech.cn has been taken offline, although it still remains archived along with the original domain registration belonging to “email@example.com”.
Lastly, I will continue to research, document, and publish more stories about Konnech’s Eugene Yu, who had the election company that builds voting technology for China's National People's Congress — in partnership with Lenovo, Huawei, China Unicom, China Telecom, and China Mobile — registered to his Michigan election company's website.
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Shining a light on this. I love it. The knowledge is empowering, both within my mind and confidence in independent journalists like you. Thank you.
Bottom line, no more machines connected to our voting in the US. They can be manipulated by CCP or internal enemies. Vote on paper, with ID, hand counted at the precinct. Sorry but we need to go backwards in technology to secure the vote and the peoples’ confidence. Sorry not sorry.