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Computer software "disappeared" 16,000 votes from Al Gore's column at a critical moment on election night, allowing George W. Bush’s first cousin John Ellis, a Fox News analyst, to proclaim him the winner. The election was officially decided by less
Former Republican House majority leader Tom DeLay says he has "no idea" whether Barack Obama is constitutionally eligible to serve as president...
When evidence exists that would harm the state, procedure requires we put a match to it, so there is no chance of it seeing the light of day, much less become a permanent record the public could examine and ask uncomfortable questions about.
FATALLY FLAWED is a true detective story about a two billion dollar bond transportation measure passed under suspicious circumstances in Pima County, Arizona. Meet and support director (our own) J.T. WALDON and special guests BILL RISNER and JOHN BRA
Rebecca Vigil-Giron, who oversaw New Mexico elections for 10 years, was indicted on 50 counts including fraud or embezzlement, money laundering, tax fraud, tax evasion, illegal kickbacks, tampering with evidence, and conspiracy.
Like last year's indictment of 13-year Monterey County, CA, Registrar of Voters, Tony Anchundo on 43 criminal counts, and last March's indictment of six Clay County, KY election officials for changing votes at voting machines and showing others how to do it, Vigil-Giron's indictment reminds us that democracy thrives on checks, balances, and transparency --- and is threatened by conditions that force us to trust in election officials.
[Fraud]’s built into the very foundation of democratic politics. The notion that one individual, elected by majority vote, can in any way be said to “represent” the entirety of a constituency based on mere geography is absurd on its face.
A district judge who held another ACORN worker for trial Monday on election law violations urged prosecutors to go after the real culprit, the organization that employed him. "Somebody has to go after ACORN," Senior District Judge Richard H. Zoller said about the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now. "It's happening all over the country. All you have to do is turn on the television," he said, referring to voter registration fraud charges brought recently against ACORN and its workers in Nevada.
Justice Dept. political appointees overruled career lawyers and ended a civil complaint accusing three members of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense of wielding a nightstick and intimidating voters at a Philadelphia polling place
Chumachenko won a seat on a local legislative council in St. Petersburg last month. Three weeks later, he publicly renounced his own victory, expressing disgust that votes had been falsified in his favor. "I don't need this kind of victory!*
The count of all 120,821 paper ballots from the election, is beginning today in Phoenix, as part of a criminal investigation following years of allegations, and court cases, in which a transpartisan group of Election Integrity advocates in Tucson hav
This week a long-demanded hand-count in Phoenix may confirm long-standing allegations of the electronic manipulation, on Diebold tabulators, of the 2006 Pima County RTA special election And, then again, it may not...
A partisan showdown over legislation requiring photo identification to vote unfolded in the Republican-led State Senate as the chamber's leading Democrat denounced the bill as a "recipe for catastrophe" that would echo a "history o
Attorney Bill Risner speaks to Bud Foster of KOLD Tucson after learning that Attorney General Terry Goddard may risk chain of custody of the ballots in a private requisition. (Video by JT)
A Maricopa County Superior Court judge granted the permission, though the details have been sealed, including whether the move came in a subpoena, a court order or some other form, said Anne Hilby, spokeswoman for Attorney General Terry Goddard.
What you will read below is what I witness to during the long hours of working my polling place on February 4 and 5, 2008
Some of the necessary reforms (esp. those mandated by state law) can be put into place before tomorrow's election while others clearly fall into the “too-late-for-this-one” category and may need legal reforms.
This demonstration was performed in front of the Arizona Breakfast Club this past Saturday the 1st of Nov. Very very simple,... and scary.
The residents of Broward County, Florida have recently received misleading robocalls telling them that they can vote by phone on Election Day, according to a report in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel on Friday.
VIDEO: OPRAH SEES OWN PRESIDENTIAL VOTE DROPPED BY TOUCH-SCREEN VOTING MACHINE
Video the Vote went to Jackson County, WV, in response to numerous reports of machine vote flipping. To see the entire interview.
Search by State or County for Real-Time Voter Reports on Election Day
We've been reporting for the past week on what we see as the dismal failure of the DNC/Obama's much-vaunted team of "thousands of attorneys" ready to pounce on any reported problems in the electoral system around the country.
In this audio, Gard highlights recent news on ACORN in Ohio, and chats with Ed Naile, Chairman of the Coalition of NH Taxpayers. [the bad guys have no compunction about voting early and often]
The most we can possibly do about these crimes is to conduct a non-binding "investigation"--preferably by a committee of "serious" Establishment figures--who will offer suggestions on how to avoid such situations in the future.
Secretary of State and Attorney General who alleged in an application for a search warrant that ACORN had hired 59 felons through a work release program as canvassers and submitted nearly 300 apparently fraudulent voter registration cards as part of
King Lincoln v. OH Sec. of State lawsuit concerning voting rights violations in the state during the 2004 election has resulted in the judge lifting the stay to allow depositions to be taken of key GOP tech-guru Mike Connell, and potentially others,
GOP Cyber security expert Stephen Spoonamore: the upcoming election and his testimony in the new Ohio litigation to take depositions of Karl Rove and others. The video is posted in full below with ten short clips for You Tube viewing. This interview
CBS affiliate KOLD Channel 13TV in Tucson reports. The long sought after databases of elections in Pima County going back to 2002 have finally been released to Election Integrity Activists a year after the County was ordered to do so by a court order
Brakey then wondered whether the serial numbers on the bag seals matched the serial numbers recorded by the precinct pollworkers when they sealed the ballots. One question led to another, and Brakey ended up in handcuffs.