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31.Oct, 2016 Comments Off on Double Voting in Iowa

Double Voting in Iowa

Three instances of double voting have been discovered in Polk County, Iowa:   Three people have tried to vote multiple times in the general election this month in Polk County, according to Des Moines police reports. The Polk County Auditor’s Office reported the cases to police Wednesday, according to the reports. It’s the…

31.Oct, 2016 Comments Off on Two Arrests for Election Fraud in Florida

Two Arrests for Election Fraud in Florida

Two recent arrests for election fraud in Florida demonstrate the importance of having checks at every point of the process.  One was of a temporary election worker who was filling in blanks on mail-in ballots she was processing, and the other was a person hired by a non-profit to register…

25.Oct, 2016 Comments Off on Miami Dade Supervisor of Elections Is Violating Election Law By Returning Mail Ballots to Early Voters

Miami Dade Supervisor of Elections Is Violating Election Law By Returning Mail Ballots to Early Voters

According to sources in Miami, the Miami-Dade Supervisor of Elections is inexplicably violating Florida election law and increasing the election’s vulnerability to double voting.  By direction, poll workers are failing to “cancel and collect mail ballots” returned back to the early voting polling place by mail voters who decide to vote at an early voting site.  …

19.Oct, 2016 Comments Off on New York Keeps Sending Ballots to Deceased Voter

New York Keeps Sending Ballots to Deceased Voter

The New York Post highlights a common problem that occurs when state and local election officials fail to identify and remove deceased voters from the voter rolls.  Absentee or mail ballots are sent year after year, election after election and the deceased person may remain on the rolls for decades. …

19.Oct, 2016 Comments Off on Election Assistance Commission Says Voting Process is Secure, Hacking Will Not Choose Next President

Election Assistance Commission Says Voting Process is Secure, Hacking Will Not Choose Next President

The Election Assistance Commission (EAC) published an op-ed piece in the Washington Post this morning, entitled “Don’t believe the hype. Foreign hackers will not choose the next president.” The key paragraph of the piece: Election officials work diligently to better secure the voting process. Because of their efforts, the process is…

19.Oct, 2016 Comments Off on The Nation’s Election Chiefs Assure Americans of Integrity of Presidential Election

The Nation’s Election Chiefs Assure Americans of Integrity of Presidential Election

The National Association of Secretaries of State (NASS) have weighed in on the integrity of elections this cycle with a press release.  These are the chief election officials in the administration of elections.   The key parts of the press release are below: The members of the National Association of Secretaries of…

12.Oct, 2016 Comments Off on Get over yourself John Podesta

Get over yourself John Podesta

According to the New York Times, John Podesta is saying that Russian spies hacked his email to sway the election to Republican nominee Donald Trump.  Yes, that is really the headline.  John Podesta Says Russians Spies Hacked His Email to Sway Election.  No doubt he has an enhanced view of himself and the potential effect…

26.Feb, 2016 0

Kansas Prosecutes Double Voting

  Under new authority to prosecute election crimes, Kansas is prosecuting a man accused of voting in both Kansas and Colorado.

Vote Fraud Inspired Voter ID Law on Trial in North Carolina

  When North Carolina Board of Elections officials cross-checked their voter rolls with those in 28 other states, the results pointed toward possible double voting and vote fraud. The trial concerning the voter ID law passed in response to this significant issue at the polls is expected to conclude Monday, February…