These raw ballot images are saved, by default, by the Dominion Voting Systems ballot tabulating
machines. I can (if necessary) provide simple scripts to ensure that any identifying information
is removed from the images before they are released.
By collecting the images from every ballot cast, and performing image analysis to extract the
data, it is feasible to 1) re-tabulate and confirm the results of the election, and B) detect a
number of potential fraud/error scenarios.
Unfortunately, the design and implementation of the Dominion Voting Systems equipment is
fundamentally and deeply flawed. These flaws prevent any real cryptographically verifiable
assurance that no alteration of the ballot image and/or miscalculation of the polling occurred
after the instant the image was originally scanned. This one fact alone should have eliminated
the use of Dominion Voting Systems equipment by the Conservative party, or any other Canadian
organization, by the way.