A federal panel responsible for conducting election research played down the findings of experts who concluded last year that there was little voter fraud around the nation, according to a review of the original report.
Many Republicans believe it is a widespread threat to the integrity of the voting franchise, particularly in swing states. Many Democrats believe it is a trivial irritant, pushed by the GOP to intimidate minority and lower-income voters.
Former Monterey County Registrar of Voters Heads to Jail on 43 Criminal Counts, Stole More Than $80,000 in Tax Dollars from County Once Told Us We Must Have 'Trust and Faith in Elections Officials, Or In This Case, Me'...
Comparison of Voting Data from 2004 to 2006 Shows Hispanic Undervote Plunged 69% as the 'Civil Rights' Case for DREs Continues to Fall Apart
Jacqueline Maiden, elections coordinator of the Cuyahoga County Elections Board, and ballot manager Kathleen Dreamer each were convicted of a felony count of negligent misconduct of an elections employee. (2004 Ohio Presidential race)
The Postal Service sent a letter of complaint to the Colorado secretary of state's office last week about problems with the envelopes and the voter addresses used for the mail-in ballots in Denver's special election this month.
3 elections workers in the state's most populous county conspired to avoid a more thorough recount of ballots in the 2004 presidential election, a prosecutor told jurors. "The evidence will show that this recount was rigged,
Over the years, Ike Brown has earned a reputation in rural Noxubee County as a wily political boss, and his election triumphs have time and again aroused suspicions of impropriety. But talk of his tactics never carried much farther than this small co
Buchanan was certified the winner of the November 7 election by a 369-vote margin. Oddly, about 18,000 ballots in Sarasota County had no votes recorded for the disputed House race, while other races on those ballots were voted on.
Filed suit to allow them to review the software used on the voting machines made by ES&S after 18,000 votes disappeared in the race to fill the U.S. House seat. Judge denied saying the company's "right" to keep their "trade secrets
October, 2005, Monterey Co. Registrar Tony Anchundo said, "There is obviously going to have to be some trust and faith in the elections official, or in this case, it's me." Yesterday, he pleaded "no contest" to all 43 criminal
Florida is once again the scene of a messy election controversy, and residents of Sarasota, an affluent beachside community, aren't the least bit amused. More than a month after polls closed, the certified loser for the congressional seat is refu
Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean called for another election in the race to replace Rep. Katherine Harris, saying the declared Republican winner should not be sworn in until election questions are sorted out.
The former mayor of a tiny coal town who prosecutors say masterminded a scheme to buy votes with beer, cigarettes and even pork rinds, pleaded guilty to 243 felonies, including vote-rigging and corruption....could get up to 21 months in prison
Officials in Sarasota County, the largest county in Florida's 13th congressional district, are at a loss to explain why more than 13% of the voters there - about 18,000 people - did not register a vote in the House race. Only 1.8% of county voter
Heller pled guilty yesterday in an agreement with Los Angeles prosecutors, after his arrest earlier this year on felony charges related to his release of attorney-client privileged documents he obtained while working as a temporary word-processor at
A major undercount of Democratic votes and an overcount of Republican votes in US House and Senate races across the country is indicated by an analysis of national exit polling data, by the Election Defense Alliance, a national election integrity org
Government watchdog group Common Cause has called for an investigation of electronic voting machines used in Florida's 13th congressional district because of 18,000 missing votes.
After watching the 5 on your side investigation on dead voters, Cuyahoga Country prosecutor Bill Mason said he will prosecute anyone who knowingly cast a vote in the place of a dead person. (I'll sleep better knowing this)
So where is this October Surprise? ... Right in plain sight.
David Earnhardt's breathtaking Eternal Vigilance: The Fight to Save Our Election System documentary, tells the story of America's crumbling democracy and a few of the citizen patriots across the country attempting to save it.
The position of these Dem candidates is indistinguishable from that of George Bush. How did this betrayal of Democratic rank and file come about? Who chose these Democratic candidates that oppose rank and file Dems on the war on Iraq?
Former U.S. Elections Assistance Commission chair Rev. DeForest Soaries Says He 'Was Deceived', EAC and Federal Efforts for Election Reform 'A Charade', 'Travesty'!
For those who'd like to see a demonstration of how an election can be stolen using Diebold voting machines, heres a 10 minute video showing how it can be done.
Here's the report of the previous video showing how you can steal an election using Diebold voting machines.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., who filed a landmark article last June in Rolling Stone concerning evidence of a stolen 2004 Presidential Election in Ohio, is set to rock the country again in tomorrow's Rolling Stone, The BRAD BLOG can now report.
Arizona elections have a very spotty record when it comes to integrity and accuracy. Arizona Secretary of State, Jan Brewer, has blocked every attempt to reform our very questionable election counting and verification processes.
If you can watch this entire video, and still use an electronic voting machine, you deserve the government you get. If your state or distrust has decided to use electronic voting machines this November demand an absentee ballot today.
A motion to dismiss a congressional election challenge in California took on national implications last week when defense attorneys argued that no court has jurisdiction to intervene in an election after Congress has sworn in a member.
The Democratic primary victory of Alabama lesbian Patricia Todd for a seat in the statehouse was overturned by a party committee tonight. The committee vote was 5-0. Had the committee not reversed the election, which Todd won by 59 votes, she would h