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.
The unprecedented intervention by the White House less than two weeks before the presidential election may result in at least 200,000 voters in Ohio not being able to vote on Election Day.
This is just getting worse and worse. Now it's happening in Texas. (And in MO, if you read to the end of the article). And the vaunted "thousands of attorneys" from the Obama campaign and the DNC are still nowhere to be found.
Federal Lawsuit Finally Filed Against PA to Demand Emergency Paper Ballots for Voters
A "perfect storm" could be building for US election day on November 4 because of a combination of sky-high voter interest, new ballot machines and a shortage of poll staff, the independent Pew group warned yesterday.
Receiving and Counting Absentee Ballots: The rules for when absentee ballots must be received, when they are counted, and who counts them also vary from state to state.
Researchers are warning of potential problems during the US election with record numbers set to vote and many states using new voting machines.
It was strange and very frustrating. When I finally got through my slate of candidate choices, I could not get the VOTE button to light up when I touched it. I finally called over a poll worker and he told me that I needed to touch lightly.
When she reported the problem, she said, the poll worker in charge "responded that everything was all right. It was just that the screen was sensitive and I was touching the screen too hard. She instructed me to use only my fingernail."
Attorney General Terry Goddard was confronted by election integrity activist during a town hall meeting hosted by Tucson city council member Rodney Glassman. John Brakey and Attorney Bill Risner questioned Goddard's unwillingness to open a fair i
- Since the last presidential race, "States used dubious 'list management' rules to scrub at least 10 million voters from their rolls."
[When the federal subpoenas are closing in what do you do? Steal the evidence.] Boston police said three Dell laptop computers were stolen from the group's Dorchester office around 10:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Mickey Mouse tried to register to vote in Florida this summer, but Orange County elections officials rejected his application, which had an ACORN stamp on it.
The newspaper said it identified apparent problems in Colorado, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Nevada and North Carolina. It says some states are improperly using Social Security data to verify new voters' registration applications...
A non-profit organization has offered a $100,000 reward to anyone who can supply information tying Republican strategist Karl Rove and computer expert Michael Connell to illegally manipulated elections
PHOENIX—While both presidential candidates avoid discussing immigration reform, Republican pundits are stirring up concern about non-citizens throwing the election. Meanwhile, 97-year-old Shirley Preiss has voted in every election since 1932, but
This "column split" often confuses voters and results in double voting in the presidential race and an uncounted vote.
Massive voter roll purges being done in secret, with little or no oversight, and often under federal Justice Department cover, in states and counties around the country.
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
But the databases, some created by the same companies that make electronic voting machines, aren't federally tested or certified and some have been plagued by missed deadlines, rushed production schedules, cost overruns, security problems, and de
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
A short, chilling video demonstrating how a single person can hack an election on a touch-screen voting system --- in such a way that it is highly unlikely that the manipulation would ever be detected
D.C. election officials blamed a defective computer memory cartridge yesterday for producing what appeared to be thousands of write-in votes that officials say did not exist.
The abrupt resignation of a top elections official at the secretary of state's office happened in the midst of a watchdog group's investigation into her relationship with a local businessman who has contracts with that office.
[always seems to involve Glendale] Terry Pennington forfeited his job as a city electrician to become a write-in candidate for Glendale mayor, but the Maricopa Co. Elections Dep't. left his name off a list of write-in candidates posted at the pol
Disclosure of an election computer glitch that could drop ballot totals for entire precincts is stirring new worries that an unofficial laboratory testing system failed for years to detect an array of flaws in $1.5 billion worth of voting equipment s
A fun little video on voting machine hacking -- you must listen carefully for the interviewer questions.
A new report says election officials often are outsourcing their responsibilities [to ensure accuracy of the vote count] to the very companies that make the e-voting machines, even trusting those companies to count the votes.
The maker of the most widely used touch-screen voting machine in Ohio has acknowledged the machines have a programming error that led to votes being dropped in the March primary.