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Election fraud in the United States

A repository of fraud & dirty tricks by Democrats


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Alabama


No specific election cycle

Former Dem congressman favors Voter ID - October 20, 2011

"...today we are greeted by an op-ed by former Congressman Artur Davis, who was one of the shining lights of African-American Southern Democrats. Davis says that he made a mistake in opposing voter ID and that the real thing that needs immediate action is “manufactured” ballots in Alabama’s Black Belt, which refers to the color of the dirt."


2012 election cycle

AG asks U.S. Attorney to investigate voter fraud - September 6, 2012

"Attorney General Luther Strange on Thursday asked U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance in Birmingham to use her newly created civil rights unit to investigate allegations of voter fraud. Strange is the second state official to ask the Justice Department to probe voter fraud allegations in Alabama."


Phenix City women charged with ballot fraud - August 24, 2012

"Two women were jailed Friday in Phenix City on charges they forged absentee ballot applications ahead of next week's municipal election, authorities said, continuing a long history of absentee voting irregularities." [More here.]


2008 election cycle

Pike County commissioner sentenced for vote fraud - October 26, 2010

"In the November 2008 general election, Berry submitted or authorized the submission of ballots she knew were improperly signed and not witnessed by a notary, according to court documents. She won the seat for County Commission against her opponent, Oren Fannin, by just six ballots." [More here.]


2006 election cycle

Hale County guilty plea - September 2, 2009

"A Greensboro woman who was indicted on voter fraud charges stemming from the 2006 elections in Hale County has pleaded guilty, Attorney General Troy King said Tuesday. King said Rosie Lyles pleaded guilty Monday in Hale County Circuit Court to a charge of third-degree possession of a forged affidavit of an absentee ballot with intent to defraud. She was sentenced to a 12-month suspended sentence, placed on probation for two years and assessed $400 in court costs."


2004 & 2005 election cycles

Hale County clerk pleads guilty - September 1, 2010

"The voter fraud trial of Gay Nell Tinker ended Tuesday when the former Hale County Circuit Court clerk pleaded guilty to five misdemeanor counts of illegal absentee balloting. In exchange, prosecutors dropped 13 felony charges against her related to voter fraud during the November 2004 and May 2005 elections." [More here.]


2nd woman pleads guilty in Hale County - September 15, 2009

"Valada Paige Banks on Monday became the second woman charged with felony voter fraud in Hale County to plead guilty to a misdemeanor. Banks, 46, received a 12-month suspended sentence after admitting to third-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument."


Allegations of vote fraud in Perry County - July 14, 2008

"...these days, it seems like the counties have swapped corrupt black candidates for the old white ones."


2001 election cycle

Official convicted in ballot fraud case - August 17, 2002

"A former Russell County commissioner was convicted Thursday of absentee ballot fraud in last year's Phenix City elections. Nathaniel Gosha, who was a candidate for City Council in the same Sept. 4 municipal election, was found guilty of nine felony counts of falsifying ballots, 16 felony counts of possession of a forged instrument and 12 misdemeanor counts of disclosing votes."


1994 election cycle

Stolen election in Greene County - September 5, 2008

"The Greene County case is proof that absentee ballot fraud is real and not a cover story for an imagined voter-disenfranchisement conspiracy."





Alaska


2012 election cycle

Individual charged with petition fraud - April 2, 2012

"A Fairbanks woman has been charged with submitting fraudulent signatures for the Alaska Coastal Management Program citizen initiative petition, and four other misdemeanor and felony charges."


2010 election cycle

Miller ends challenge - December 31, 2010

"Republican Joe Miller said Friday that he is giving up his legal challenge of the write-in election win of Sen. Lisa Murkowski, even as he asserted that his fight was in the best interests of the state and country."


Miller fights system for all Alaskans - December 6, 2010

"I kept hearing snippets of information, so I began doing my own research and what I found surprised and saddened me. You see, I love Alaska. I love the mountains, the long summer days, the abundant wildlife, flowers, lakes and birds. I love the diverse seasons, and even the darkness can be nice. I found it astonishing that even liberals were writing about this. As I explored what exactly was taking place in the 2010 Senate race, I slowly began to loose my love for Alaska."


Joe Miller's fight against corrupt GOP - December 1, 2010

"Joe Miller is the official nominee of the Alaska Republican Party for the U.S. Senate in a contest that has yet to be certified by election officials. Why? Because a federal judge saw a clear set of facts raising serious questions about the election, stepped in and blocked certification."


Judge halts certification of election - November 19, 2010

"An Alaska federal judge ruled Friday that Republican Senate candidate Joe Miller's challenge to the counting of write-in ballots raises "serious" legal issues but is a matter for a state, not federal, court to decide. Yet in deferring to an Alaska state court for a final decision, U.S. District Judge Ralph Beistline said he would grant a temporary injunction to halt official certification..."


Beating back bad election case law - November 19, 2010

[This commentary includes a photograph of a ballot which was counted for Lisa Murkowski. The ballot, originally completed by the voter in black ink, has the oval for Joe Miller filled in with black ink, then the ballot is redone for Murkowski in blue ink.]


Miller questioning election integrity - November 13, 2010

"Two ballot observers for the Miller campaign are alleging they've seen things that aren't right during the review of the write-in ballots. The campaign said Elva Bettine signed an affidavit saying she believes many of the ballots she saw from a Cordova precinct had the name "Lisa Murkowski" all written in the same handwriting. Miller adviser Floyd Brown said the campaign would be asking for a handwriting analysis of those ballots."


Division of Elections' Hooked-on-Phonics - November 12, 2010

"The counting of the write-in ballots in Alaska's U.S. Senate race continued yesterday and there is an interesting development taking place with the count and how ballots are determined to be valid. Fenumiai said she accepted minor misspellings. "If I can pronounce the name by the way it's spelled, that's the standard I'm using," Fenumiai said. Now I have to ask, since when did Ms. Fenumiai become the legislature in Alaska?"


You get what you're forced to pay for - November 7, 2010

"A federal contractor speaks at an air base and essentially tells workers that, if they want to keep their jobs, they’ll vote for primary-loser-who-refused-to-go-away Lisa Murkowski, because she’s on the appropriations subcommittee that steers a lot of money to Alaska — a subcommittee the other candidates won’t be able to get on."


Gov't fails to tell Miller about ballot count - November 6, 2010

"The Joe Miller for U.S. Senate Campaign is concerned that the Absentee Ballot validation process began yesterday at 10 a.m without notification to the campaign."


CBS conspiring against GOP candidate - October 30, 2010

"The following voice mail message was inadvertently left on the cell phone of Joe Miller campaign spokesperson Randy DeSoto. The voices are believed to be those of the news director for CBS Anchorage affiliate KTVA, along with assignment editor Nick McDermott, and other reporters, openly discussing creating, if not fabricating, two stories about Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, Joe Miller." [More here.]


Murkowski leans on broadcasters to nix Miller ad - October 6, 2010

"Senator Murkowski has now resorted to threats against Alaskan broadcasting companies to silence opposing political views. On 4 October, a Murkowski lawyer sent eight letters to eleven major Alaskan broadcasters threatening to have the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) revoke their broadcast licenses if they air a specific Joe Miller commercial."





Arizona


No specific election cycle

9th Circuit says no citizenship checks - October 26, 2010

"The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned Arizona’s requirement that people show proof of citizenship to register to vote. The split decision by a three-judge panel determined that the requirement to show proof of citizenship — passed by voters in 2004 — is not consistent with the National Voter Registration Act."


2011 election cycle

Sheriff candidate pleads guilty to voter fraud - December 10, 2012

"A man who briefly challenged Mohave County Sheriff Tom Sheahan before dropping out of the race has pleaded guilty to voter fraud. Under terms of a plea agreement, Mike Hays is guaranteed probation after pleading guilty to false voter registration and tampering with a public record."


2010 election cycle

Democrat sends out racist mailer - November 4, 2010

"Top socialist-democrat Raul Grijalva knew he’d be in a close race with rocket scientist Republican Ruth McClung. Since he didn’t have anything on McClung, like a true democrat, he resorted to lies and smears. To secure his votes with Hispanics he sent out this racist “white bread” mailer to constituents just days before the election."


Democracy traded away for slice of pizza - November 1, 2010

"While it is unknown whether any actual election laws were violated, both the video, as well as the pictures reveal how utterly corrupted the election process has become. According to the eyewitnesses, the event was heavily guarded by men wearing orange CDB shirts (CBD stands for Committees for the Defense of the Barrio). Entrants were allowed in through the fences and onto the property by the orange-shirted “security” guards. The event was held on a parking lot that is apparently owned by long-time Arizona Democrat politician Mary Rose Wilcox and her husband. Entrants were given a ticket, ushered to a tent where voting took place, then given pizza and drinks."


DOJ coming to protect ILLEGAL VOTERS? - October 30, 2010

"They're sending them out because the Obama administration is doing everything it can to make sure as many illegal aliens vote in 2010 although that is a violation of federal law..."


SEIU offshoot caught with 2,000 bogus voters - October 22, 2010

"What the Yuma Sun did not tell you is that over 65% of these last minute registrations were invalid due to the registrant not being a citizen, a wrong/invalid address, or a false signature." [More here.]


2008 election cycle

More cases of absentee voter fraud - September 25, 2012

"Using an interstate database, Arizona officials have found nine new cases of people voting in more than one state in the 2008 presidential election, Secretary of State Ken Bennett said Tuesday... It’s the second time Bennett’s office has referred cases of double-voting from 2008 to the state Attorney General’s Office. Last year, officials reported six cases." [More here.]


2006 election cycle

Judge Kyle Bryson upholds his own decision - August 27, 2012

"Well the status quo in Pima County wants this case - and the truth - to die. The case in question is “We the People” attempt at court-ordered reforms seeking “prospective relief” so they cannot cheat in the future."





Arkansas


2012 election cycle

Candidate who won 42 percent sues for delegates - May 26, 2012

"The Democratic presidential candidate who won 42 percent of the vote in the Arkansas primary against President Obama has filed a suit against the state party, claiming it "stifled" voter enthusiasm by saying he was ineligible to win convention delegates, then withheld his fair share of them."


2011 election cycle

Five more charged with absentee ballot fraud - September 27, 2012

"Following this month’s earlier guilty pleas in federal court to felony election fraud charges by four Arkansas men, including now-former state representative Hudson Hallum, five more have been charged with absentee ballot fraud during the same 2011 elections..."


Lawmaker pleads guilty to election charge - September 5, 2012

"A Democratic state legislator from east Arkansas, his father and two campaign workers pleaded guilty Wednesday to conspiracy to commit election fraud after federal prosecutors said the lawmaker's campaign bribed absentee voters and destroyed ballots in a special election last year." [More here.]





California


No specific election cycle

Dead and still voting - November 19, 2012

"An NBC Bay Area Investigation has uncovered thousands of California voters who remain on the voter rolls despite having died several years ago... A closer look at the data revealed that some of the dead people were not only registered, but somehow, even voted, several years after their death."


2016 election cycle

More Democrat-approved voter fraud - August 26, 2012

"Now the Democrats have come up with same day voter registration to start in 2016. This has passed the Assembly and State Senate—yet the media barely covered the story. Did you know this was happening? Now an illegal alien, other criminals or you can go to the County Registrar, register to vote, NO VERIFICATION, vote, then disappear."


2012 election cycle

Over 700,000 invalid voter resistrations - August 20, 2012

"During an appearance on Geraldo Rivera's radio show on Friday, an attorney who gained notoriety investigating President Barack Obama's background told Rivera's audience that her analysis of California's voter rolls revealed more than 720,000 invalid voter registrations."


Open primary stifles Republican speech - April 23, 2012

"Those who support Open Primaries contend that it is an efficient way to ensure that, when people are really paying attention, the majority of voters get to pick from the two most favored candidates, without having the airwaves — and their brains — cluttered with advertisements and speeches from candidates who don’t have a realistic change of winning. Those who oppose the Open Primary process — and I am one who does — contend that it effectively shuts the minority parties out of the political debate."


Redistricting gone bad - February 20, 2012

"Republicans believe that they were hoodwinked by the Democrats in the new redistricting process in California – principally because the Republicans played by the rules specified in the initiative."


2011 election cycle

Voter fraud allegations in SF mayor’s race - October 25, 2011

"Shocking voter fraud allegations are rocking the mayor's race in San Francisco. District Attorney George Gascon has launched an investigation and demands are growing for federal authorities to move in. One campaign official fears the election could be stolen if nothing is done. Supporters of incumbent Mayor Ed Lee, who is running for a full four-year term next month, are accused of illegally handling vote-by-mail ballots." [Charges dropped for lack of evidence.]


2010 election cycle

Ethics panel probes Rep. Richardson - November 4, 2011

"At least eight current and former Richardson staffers told investigators “they felt compelled to work on her 2010 reelection campaign on their own time,” according to a report by the Los Angeles Times, citing an anonymous source. Additionally, the source said some aides testified that official House resources, such as congressional phones and copying machines, were used in the campaign."


Alleged ballot thief pleads not guilty - November 5, 2010

"A San Francisco polling inspector has pleaded not guilty to stealing dozens of ballots and other elections material." [More here.]


Boxer breaks the law - October 28, 2010

"California’s Flash Report recently obtained a letter proving that Barbara Boxer’s campaign has attempted to solicit Los Angeles public school government and social studies teachers to urge students to “volunteer” for the Barbara Boxer senatorial campaign."


YouTube bans anti-Pelosi video - September 29, 2010

"A campaign video for Republican John Dennis, challenging House Speaker Nancy Pelosi in California's 8th District, has been removed from YouTube.com."


SEIU making Latinos permanent absentee voters - August 9, 2010

"The Service Employees International Union (SEIU) California, the California Teachers Association (CTA) and Latino leaders announced a major statewide marketing campaign, “Por Nuestras Familias – Todos a Votar!,” aiming to register thousands of new Latino voters and boost November’s Latino election turnout by signing up Latinos as new, permanent absentee (PAV) voters."


2009 election cycle

Woman pleads guilty to voter fraud - March 18, 2010

"Molly Morales, an early organizer of the St. Helena School Board recall campaign, pleaded guilty March 11 to one misdemeanor count of voter fraud for voting twice in the November mail-in election for an empty school board seat. Morales was sentenced to three years of summary probation. She'll have to perform 150 hours of community service, pay $1,100 in fines and pay $4,080 in restitution to Napa County."


2008 election cycle

Mexican man admits to voter fraud - September 7, 2012

"A Mexican who was deported decades ago for drug trafficking pleaded guilty this week to living illegally in Escondido under a false identity and fraudulently voting in the 2008 U.S. presidential election, federal authorities said Friday."


2005 election cycle

It all started with vote fraud - August 7, 2010

"The explosive scandal that saw officials in the lower-income city of Bell, California (population 40,000) purged last month due to outrageous salaries and pensions may have had its roots in voter fraud."


1996 election cycle

The sour lesson of Bob Dornan's defeat - December 29, 2004

"Let's summarize to this point: There were a large number of fraudulent votes cast in the Dornan-Sanchez race, perhaps enough to tip the election to Sanchez. So, what happened after this vote fraud was revealed? Almost nothing. Dornan, who is not the most sympathetic character, became a object of scorn, even though he was the victim of vote fraud."





Colorado


No specific election cycle

10 counties have more voters than people - September 4, 2012

"A review of voter registration data for ten counties in Colorado details a pattern of voter bloat inflating registration rolls to numbers larger than the total voting age population. Using publicly available voter data and comparing it to U.S. Census records reveals the ten counties having a total registration ranging between 104 to 140 percent of the respective populations."


2014 election cycle

VIDEO: Democrats advocating election fraud - October 22, 2014

"Blah blah..."


2012 election cycle

Ten counties have more voters than people - November 8, 2012

"A review of voter registration data for ten counties in Colorado details a pattern of voter bloat inflating registration rolls to numbers larger than the total voting age population. Using publicly available voter data and comparing it to U.S. Census records reveals the ten counties having a total registration ranging between 104 to 140 percent of the respective populations."


Democrat spokesman may have committed vote fraud - June 7, 2012

"As previously reported by Media Trackers Colorado, Inzeo waited nearly a year after being hired by the state party to register to vote in Colorado. More important, Inzeo registered to vote a mere five days before the party’s March caucuses. His outright refusal to answer whether he voted in the caucus raises serious questions about voter fraud since state lawexplicitly prohibits individuals who have been registered to vote for less than two months from voting in a party caucus." [More here.]


Democrat accuses state parties of money laundering - May 31, 2012

"The top spokesman for Colorado Democrats told a local paper that both parties in the state engaged in financing activities that resembled money laundering."


2010 election cycle

Media, Muslim family sabotaged GOP - May 23, 2011

"It’s official. Media malpractice combined with disgruntled Muslim Republican family- who later defected to the Democrats- caused the GOP to lose the governor’s race in Colorado in 2010."


5,000 non-citizens voted in Colorado - March 31, 2011

"Republicans on the House Administration Committee want to shore up voter registration rules in the wake of a Colorado study that found as many as 5,000 non-citizens in the state took part in last year’s election."


SEIU offshoot caught with 6,000 bogus voters - October 22, 2010

"The same SEIU offshoot group that is accused of turning in thousands of bogus voter registrations in Arizona has come under fire in Colorado. Mi Familia Vota is accused of turning in 6,000 bogus voter registrations in Colorado."





Connecticut


2012 election cycle

Bridgeport mayor jokes about election fraud - October 13, 2012

"Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch is at it again. The Democrat who presided over a 2010 vote casting and counting scandal in the tight race for governor was caught on video Friday guaranteeing Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Christopher Murphy a big result in the state’s largest city–even if it takes days to count."


2010 election cycle

Bridgeport's missing Republican votes - November 15, 2010

"Where did all the Republican votes go in Bridgeport, Connecticut? Either over half of the traditional Republican voters in gubernatorial elections were no-shows on November 2 or the Constitution State's most populous city...lost its constitution."


Bag of uncounted ballots found in Bridgeport - November 4, 2010

"In what has become one of the stranger twists in an already bizarre Governor's race, a bag of uncounted ballots was found in Bridgeport Thursday night." [More here.]


Ballot boondoggle in Bridgeport - November 2, 2010

"Twelve out of the 23 precincts in Bridgeport stayed open until 10pm after concerns about ballots not being available. Some polls ran out of ballots not just once, but twice."


GOP tracks absentee ballots to vacant lot - October 20, 2010

"Republican State Central Committee Chairman Chris Healy this afternoon is filing a complaint with the State Elections Enforcement Commission over 250 absentee-ballot applications that he traced back to an empty lot on North Avenue."





Florida


No specific election cycle

True the Vote: 534 cases of absentee vote fraud - October 4, 2012

"True the Vote discovered 6,390 people registered in both Florida and Ohio. Of those, 534 appear to have voted twice in the same federal election. The examination also discovered at least 19,000 people registered in both New York and Florida."


True the Vote: 30 cases of absentee vote fraud - September 26, 2012

"A national group looking to expose voter fraud announced Tuesday that it has unearthed more than 30 cases of absentee ballot fraud in Florida and New York. True the Vote, an advocacy group seeking to “restore integrity” in the U.S. electoral process, affirmed that it provided state and federal election officials with more than 31 cases detailing how individuals cast votes in two separate states in the same federal election."


Union election fraud exposed in Broward County - July 10, 2012

"In addition to the funds he is accused of stealing for personal benefit, prosecutors said Santeramo and scores of union members and associates made contributions to presidential, gubernatorial and school board campaigns for which Santeramo reimbursed them, as well as himself, using union funds. Five members of the local and national unions received probation this year for the misdemeanor offense."


State purging 53,000 dead voters from rolls - May 16, 2012

"Florida election officials are set to announce that the secretary of state has discovered and purged up to 53,000 dead voters from the voter rolls in Florida. How could 53,000 dead voters have sat on the polls for so long? Simple. Because Florida hadn’t been using the best available data revealing which voters have died."


180,000 non-citizens may be registered to vote - May 12, 2012

"Florida officials have discovered that 180,000 registered voters may be non-citizens. A CBS4/Miami Herald analysis of information supplied by Miami-Dade shows a large number of the potential non-citizens voters cast ballots in the past — including the 2000 election, when the presidency was decided by just over 500 votes." [More here.]


Mass voter fraud discovered - February 3, 2012

"A local Florida station invented an unprecedented way to check for voter fraud: jury excusal forms. NBC2 compiled a list of jury excusals based on not being a citizen of the United States and compared it to a list of registered voters in two counties." [More here.]


Thousands registered in both New York and Florida - 2004

"Of the 46,000 registered in both states, 68 percent are Democrats, 12 percent are Republicans and 16 percent didn't claim a party. Nearly 1,700 of those registered in both states requested that absentee ballots be mailed to their home in the other state, where they are also registered. But that doesn't raise red flags with officials in either place."


2012 election cycle

Feds probing false letters to Republicans - October 22, 2012

"Officials in Florida have issued a statewide warning about a new trick trying to prevent voters from going to the polls. Voters are getting letters that look like they are from local elections offices, questioning their citizenship. But Local 6 has learned the letters are fake, and they are going out across Central Florida and many other parts of the state."


Judge rejects 40 absentee ballots in Palm Beach - September 18, 2012

"A Tallahassee judge took a good, hard look Monday at the signatures on 40 rejected absentee ballots from an eyelash-thin Palm Beach County state Senate race. What he saw wasn’t enough to make him second-guess the county canvassing board’s decision not to count them."


Absentee vote fraud destroying Miami-Dade elections - August 26, 2012

"While campaigning at a senior citizen residence facility in Sweetwater during my recent race for state representative, several elderly voters mentioned that a person closely related to an important city official “handled” their absentee voting in that center. Some even said this person “voted for them.”"


Claims of electoral fraud in House District 107 - August 20, 2012

"Julien went to the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s office Monday with what he called evidence of a third boletero submitting hundreds of absentee ballots on election day, according to Miami Herald news partner CBS-4. Absentee voting has come under increased scrutiny in recent weeks, as police and prosecutors pursue a vote-fraud probe that has led to the arrest of two Hialeah boleteros, or ballot-brokers, accused of collecting absentee ballots from voters and in some cases fraudulently manipulating the votes. Absentee ballots accounted for more than one-third of all the ballots cast in Miami-Dade County."


Absentee scandal ensnares county commissioner - August 10, 2012

"The absentee ballot scandal that erupted a little more than a week ago has marred two political campaigns in Miami-Dade County has now ensnared a county commissioner and the uncle of Hialeah’s former mayor." [More here.]


Alleged absentee fraud in State Attorney race - July 31, 2012

"On Tuesday, Rod Vereen accused Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle of dragging her feet in the investigation of two women allegedly caught with more than two dozen absentee ballots." [More here.]


Feds tell state to halt non-citizen voter purge - May 31, 2012

"The Justice Department ordered Florida’s elections division to halt a systematic effort to find and purge the state’s voter rolls of noncitizen voters."


Dems paying people to protest Allen West - March 27, 2012

"The continued assault on Congressman Allen West by the progressive/Democrat establishment has taken a new twist as a mysterious group is now soliciting prospective protesters online and paying them for their “protesting” services. The probable Soros-backed group Stand Up Florida is now specifically campaigning against Congressman West in the 18th congressional district that he is running for re-election in."


2011 election cycle

Absentee fraud in Miami - November 28, 2011

"The brokers are the ones responsible for dead people voting in the ’80s and ’90s. Now they go around strong-arming the elderly residents at assisted living facilities or fooling them with free breakfast at the local IHOP. The brokers also pay off preachers so they can set up shop inside houses of worship to sign up absentee voters."


2010 election cycle

FBI arrests 8 for absentee ballot fraud - November 1, 2011

"The investigation revealed that Johnson and her husband, Ernest Sinclair Johnson, Jr., approached voters and obtained their agreement to vote, after which the voters were asked to sign an “Absentee Ballot Request Form.” Without the voters’ knowledge or consent, an alternate address was handwritten on the form, causing the ballots to be mailed to a third party rather than directly to the registered voters." [Original story here.] [More here.]


Commissioner faces voting fraud charges - October 29, 2010

"A Daytona Beach city commissioner has been arrested on charges of fraudulently obtaining absentee ballots..." [More here.]


Alex Sink cheats during debate - October 27, 2010

"...a makeup artist hurried up to her. But rather than break out face powder, the woman handed Sink a Motorola Droid smart phone that bore a message from a top Sink campaign adviser. It was a talking point — and therefore a violation of the rules for the gubernatorial debate." [More here.]


2008 election cycle

Broward non-citizen indicted for voting - August 13, 2012

"A Plantation man who authorities said admitted voting in two presidential elections in Broward County though he is not a U.S. citizen has been indicted on federal charges."


Fraud claims rise - October 11, 2008

"When DeeAnn Athan received a new voter registration card at her downtown law office a few weeks ago, she figured it must be a mistake. The card had her age and middle initial wrong and a different Social Security and driver's license number. The only things correct were her gender and party affiliation. After making a few calls, Athan discovered she had two voter registrations on the books at the Hillsborough County elections office." [Copy of article here.]


Commission candidate sentenced for voter fraud - July 10, 2008

"Greg "Charlie" Burke won't run for the Walton County Commission. In fact, he'll pay back all salary he made from another county post. That's the price for fudging his election documents, a judge said Thursday. Burke, a former candidate for the commission, was sentenced to two years probation for committing voter fraud, a third-degree felony."


2004 election cycle

Hialeah vote-fraud probe mirrors 2004 case - August 25, 2012

"In 2004, in another ballot-fraud probe, detectives focused on a suspected boletero, or ballot-broker, who worked as a staffer for Bovo, at the time a Hialeah city councilman, police records show. The boletero, who was never charged, told investigators that he learned the finer points of ballot collecting from Sergio “El Tio” Robaina — who was arrested earlier this month on vote-fraud charges after a witness said he dropped off ballots at Bovo’s office, court records show."


Broward non-citizen indicted for voting - August 13, 2012

"A Plantation man who authorities said admitted voting in two presidential elections in Broward County though he is not a U.S. citizen has been indicted on federal charges."





Georgia


No specific election cycle

DOJ bars voter verification process - June 1, 2009

"The decision by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) to deny preclearance of Georgia’s already implemented citizenship verification process shows a shocking disregard for the integrity of our elections. With this decision, DOJ has now barred Georgia from continuing the citizenship verification program that DOJ lawyers helped to craft. DOJ’s decision also nullifies the orders of two federal courts directing Georgia to implement the procedure for the 2008 general election."


2012 election cycle

Lincoln sheriff claims voter fraud cost him election - November 13, 2012

"Lincoln County Sheriff Gerald Lawson, who narrowly lost a re-election bid Nov. 6, has filed a complaint with the Georgia Secretary of State’s Office alleging voter fraud in the election. Lawson’s complaint alleges that a dead person and felons under sentence cast ballots, that many absentee ballots were delivered by a single person near the end of voting and that absentee ballots were seen outside their envelopes before Election Day."


2010 election cycle

12 charged with voter fraud - November 24, 2011

"Law enforcement officials have charged 12 people with using absentee ballots to skew an election in Georgia... The charges followed a bitter November 2010 school board election in Brooks County in which the final tally was changed by an unusually large wave of absentee ballots." [More here.] [And here.]


2004 election cycle

Dodge County sheriff charged with vote buying - October 2, 2009

"Former Dodge County Sheriff Lawton Douglas Jr. and two co-defendants pleaded not guilty Thursday to federal vote-buying and conspiracy charges stemming from elections in 2004. After the hearing, an investigator hinted that more charges and airests could be forthcoming from an ongoing investigation by the Georgia Secretary of State's Office, FBI and GBI. "This is just the 2004 election," said Greg Harvey, agent in charge of the GBI office in Eastman. "We're still investigating the 2006 election.""





Hawaii


2012 election cycle

WWII vet dies after casting absentee ballot - October 25, 2012

"Honolulu elections officials say Frank Tanabe's vote will be counted unless they receive his death certificate before the Nov. 6 election and they're able to find his ballot from among the tens of thousands of ballots mailed in. This generally isn't practical, so like most cases when a voter dies after he or she casts an absentee ballot, his ballot will likely be counted."


State taps FBI for voter fraud probe - July 27, 2012

"About one week ago, state officials received reports about possible voter fraud on the Big Island, allegations that someone was doctoring absentee ballots, sources said. State officials then notified FBI agents, members of the public corruption team based at the FBI's Honolulu office, sources said."





Idaho


2008 election cycle

Businessman accused of voting twice - September 2009

"A felony charge has been filed in Blaine County against a Magic Valley businessman accused of voting twice in last year's November general election."





Illinois

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No specific election cycle

No answers about voter fraud in Elmwood Park - September 20, 2012

"Our original story featured a man named Frank Cupello, who voted out of his parents' address in Elmwood Park for more than a decade, while living in Lake County. Cupello is an investigator with the Cook County State's Attorney's office, which investigates (among other things) voter fraud. He is a longtime political supporter of Elmwood Park Mayor Pete Silvestri."


2 Dem counties have more voters than residents - December 25, 2011

"Alexander County has just 7,100 residents of voting age, but 7,800 registered voters... East St. Louis, which is in St. Clair County, also has more registered voters than residents who are of voting age. And ESL has more than double the population of Alexander County."


2014 election cycle

Republican votes transformed into Democrat votes - October 22, 2014

"Early voting in Illinois got off to a rocky start Monday, as votes being cast for Republican candidates were transformed into votes for Democrats... Cook County Board of Elections Deputy Communications Director Jim Scalzitti, told Illinois Watchdog, the machine was taken out of service and tested. “This was a calibration error of the touch-screen on the machine,” Scalzitti said."


2012 election cycle

Election judges fired after ballot box tampering - November 5, 2012

"On the day before Cook County residents head to the polls, there has been an allegation of election tampering. As a result, some election judges have been fired. Chicago City Hall The complaint comes from south suburban Country Club Hills, which has a controversial measure on the ballot to cut the size of its City Council. A voter snapped a photo of an election judge apparently opening a voting machine last Friday, days before judges there had agreed to do that."


NAACP official threatened by Obama campaign - October 4, 2012

"Lowery says he doesn’t personally support the president because he’s not addressing issues important to the black community. He said he was explaining that to Raymond when the Obama campaign official told him, “You know what? I know everything about you.” Lowery says Raymond added, “We’ve been watching you, and since you don’t support Obama, we’ll deal with you,” before hanging up."


2010 election cycle

Dems threaten to delay Kirk swearing-in - November 9, 2010

"Senator-elect Mark Kirk, R-Ill., is one of three senators elected Nov. 2 to fill seats vacated by individuals who joined the Obama administration. Illinois law requires that Kirk assume his office immediately following the election, but unnamed state officials say Kirk can't be sworn in until Nov. 29 due to "paperwork" delays."


Illinois Hardball Politics - November 2, 2010

"Your readers need to understand that this amounts to $1 million of walking around money for Alexi Giannoulias,” one insider warned. “This is money that very well could be used to literally buy the election at the street level."


Military ballots may not be counted - October 28, 2010

"The U.S. Justice Department is investigating whether the state of Illinois missed the deadline for mailing absentee ballots to members of the military and other overseas American voters as part of a new federal overseas voting law."


Officials scramble to send out vote-by-mail ballots - October 27, 2010

"What a mess. It's almost like the Three Stooges were planning this get-out-the-vote absentee registration drive. It's a scrambled up disaster." [More here.]


Military ballots undelivered - prison ballots hand-delivered - October 19, 2010

"Over 35 counties in Illinois missed the deadline to mail military ballots to our soldiers defending America. But in Chicago, county election officials have taken special steps to ensure that no inmates at the Cook County Jail are unable to cast a ballot."


Election officials lying about military ballots - October 15, 2010

"Lies. All lies. Yesterday, Cray finally admitted that not all counties were in compliance and this may lead to the disenfranchisement of thousands of military personnel... Who knew what and when? How many members of the military are going to lose their right to vote? Why is DOJ sitting on the sidelines?"


First Lady violated election laws - October 14, 2010

"First Lady Michelle Obama reportedly violated Illinois election laws by encouraging voters to support President Obama at a polling place in Chicago Thursday morning."


2004 election cycle

East St. Louis - undated

"On March 22, 2005, four Democrat activists in East St. Louis pleaded guilty to paying voters $5 to $10 to vote for the “Democratic ticket” in the November 2004 election. Those pleading guilty included three precinct committeemen and one precinct worker. According to the Belleville News-Democrat, the money used to buy votes came from the St. Clair County Democratic Central Committee..."


2000 election cycle

Alexander County civil lawsuit over voter fraud - June 4, 2005

"The suit, filed by former Alexander County Circuit Clerk Susan Hileman, alleges her civil rights were violated and she was deprived of the right to a fair election when she ran for re-election as an incumbent circuit clerk. The multi-count lawsuit stems from allegations several county, state and union officials masterminded a vote-buying scheme during the March 21, 2000, Alexander County primary election." [Copy of article here.]


1996 election cycle

Vote fraudster's record wiped clean by governor - September 3, 2012

"Despite a conviction for committing vote fraud when he ran for office, Juan Elias now leads 1st Ward Ald. Joe Moreno’s new “independent Democratic political organization.” Since becoming president of the 1st Ward First campaign group last year, Elias has wiped clean a rap sheet that also included being arrested with more than 3 œ pounds of marijuana."


1982 election cycle

100,000 stolen votes in Chicago - April 16, 2008

"This case of voter fraud is worth studying today be­cause it illustrates the techniques that political machines and organized political groups use to steal elections. Even in the present day, this threat is not hypothetical: Tactics similar to those documented in the Chicago case have come to light in recent elections in Philadel­phia and in the states of Wisconsin and Tennessee. The Daley machine may be legendary in modern times for its election fraud prowess, but these recent cases show that the incentives and opportunities for fraud have not lessened."


1960 election cycle

JFK won the Chicago Way - February 17, 2011

"Following Kennedy's election, he appointed his brother Bobby (who would seem to be somewhat underqualified, e.g. he'd never argued a case in a courtroom) US attorney general, and Bobby shut down all federal investigations into voting fraud."





Indiana


2011 election cycle

New Albany mayor candidate arrested - September 13, 2012

"Former New Albany mayoral candidate Paul Etheridge was arrested Thursday and charged with three felony counts of voter fraud. Etheridge finished third in the Democratic Party mayoral primary in 2011, and it was during that election cycle the alleged fraud occurred..." [More here.]


Illegal electioneering in Indianapolis - November 8, 2011

"Signs posted in multiple polling locations in Indianapolis instructing voters to pull a straight [Democrat] party ballot. That’s a no-no…"


Voter fraud complaint in city of Austin - May 3, 2011

"A special prosecutor has been assigned and an investigation by the Indiana State Police is now being conducted in the wake of a complaint filed Monday, May 2, accusing the mayor of the City of Austin and a city employee of voter fraud."


2008 election cycle

4 Dems charged with election fraud - April 3, 2012

"Prosecutors in South Bend, Ind., filed charges Monday against four St. Joseph County Democratic officials and deputies as part of a multiple-felony case involving the alleged forging of Democratic presidential primary petitions in the 2008 election, which put then-candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton on the Indiana ballot." [More here.]


Democrat Party head resigns - December 12, 2011

"The chairman of the Indiana Democratic Party announced his resignation Monday, as investigators probe allegations of election fraud stemming from the 2008 Democratic presidential primary."


Presidential primary fraud probe heats up - December 7, 2011

"Charity Rorie, a mother of four, sat in her Mishawaka, Ind., kitchen, stunned that her name appeared on a 2008 Democratic presidential primary petition for then-candidate Barack Obama."


65 indictments for ballot fraud - October 25, 2011

"Mike Marshall, who is running GOTV for the re-election of the Democratic mayor of Jeffersonville, right across the river from Louisville, just got indicted on 65 counts of absentee ballot fraud, along with his son and another guy."


Republicans list Democrat voter fraud cases - October 24, 2011

"The list of election fraud abuses includes six known cases across the state in which Democrat elected officials, campaign aides and activists gamed the system, in some cases being indicted and convicted of felony crimes."


Accused Democrat resigns - October 18, 2011

"An Indiana Democratic county chairman accused of submitting petitions with hundreds of faked signatures for Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in the 2008 primary resigned Monday, according to reports. St. Joseph County Democratic Party Chair Butch Morgan stepped down from his position in light of the scandal, but insisted he had “done nothing wrong,”"


Ex-governor: not my signature on petition - October 12, 2011

"Former Indiana Democratic Gov. Joe Kernan is just one of dozens of people who say they didn't sign petitions for Barack Obama or Hillary Clinton to appear on the state's 2008 primary ballot and yet their names were approved by the county registration office."


2007 election cycle

Muncie councilman convicted of mishandling ballots - June 25, 2010

"A Muncie city councilman has been convicted on three counts of illegally handling absentee ballots in the 2007 city election."


2003 election cycle

Two more guilty pleas in EC vote fraud - August 24, 2007

"Two more guilty pleas in the 2003 East Chicago primary election bring to 32 the number of voting fraud convictions since the maligned polling took place, prosecutors announced today. Ashley Dunlap, of East Chicago, has pleaded guilty to one count of aiding the fraudulent application of a ballot, a Class D felony... Raymond Carillo, of Hammond, has pleaded guilty to one count of voting in a precinct in which he did not reside, a Class D felony." [Indiana Supreme Court throws out election results.]





Iowa


No specific election cycle

Voter fraud cases may hit roadblock of intent - September 23, 2012

"The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation announced Thursday that three Council Bluffs residents — a husband and wife from Canada and a Mexican citizen living legally in the U.S. since 1986 — were arrested and charged with election misconduct for illegally voting."


2,000 current voter fraud investigations - August 11, 2012

"Schultz's office said it will spend up to $280,000 in tax dollars over the next two years for the services of Special Agent Daniel Dawson, who has been reassigned from the major crimes unit to work exclusively on voting and election fraud issues. DCI assistant director Charis Paulson said Dawson is already looking into about 2,000 possible voter fraud violations identified through data matching performed by Schultz's office."


2012 election cycle

Since August, eight election misconduct cases - December 19, 2012

"Iowa’s elections chief testified in Washington on Wednesday that his investigations into voter fraud have unearthed crimes — and that he expects more arrests. Since August, charges have been filed in eight election misconduct cases in Iowa, Secretary of State Matt Schultz told the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee."


3 more election fraud cases filed - November 29, 2012

"A citizen of Bosnia and two Canadian citizens have been charged with election fraud and fraudulent practices for allegedly registering and voting in Iowa without U.S. citizenship."


2010 election cycle

Foreign student voted - January 3, 2011

"A former Morningside College student could be deported for claiming to be a United States citizen so he could vote. Christopher Mettin, of Germany, pled guilty to one of the two counts he was originally charged with and was sentenced to time already served, which was 52 days."


2008 election cycle

Hillary backers decry massive vote fraud - October 27, 2008

"Already in Iowa, the Obama campaign was breaking the rules, busing in supporters from neighboring states to vote illegally in the first contest in the primaries and physically intimidating Hillary supporters, they say. Obama’s surprisingly strong win in Iowa, which defied all the polls, propelled his upstart candidacy to front-runner status. But Lynette Long, a Hillary supporter from Bethesda, Md., who has a long and respected academic career, believes Obama’s victory in Iowa and in 12 other caucus states was no miracle. “It was fraud,” she told Newsmax." [More here.]





Kansas


No specific election cycle

Voter fraud is a serious problem in Kansas - August 22, 2010

"Voter fraud is a well-documented reality in Kansas... In February 2008, the secretary of state’s office responded to Kansas legislators’ request for an accounting of voter fraud in the state. The secretary of state’s office documented that, during 1998-2008, voter fraud was reported in 11 Kansas counties. Some counties, including Johnson, Wyandotte, and Sedgwick County, witnessed multiple cases of voter fraud. In Wyandotte County alone, more than 50 cases of voter fraud were reported. The vast majority of these cases were not investigated further or prosecuted. More evidence came in 2009..."


2012 election cycle

Romney ballots in Topeka coming up Obama - October 31, 2012

"Nancy from Topeka, Kan., who asked that her last name not be used for reasons pertaining to her husband’s work, told TheBlaze she fears if voters aren’t double checking their selections, they’ll be “robbed of their vote.” Nancy explained that while her husband was casting a vote for Romney, the touchscreen highlighted Obama."


2008 election cycle

Possible voter fraud and voter suppression - October 25, 2008

"A reliable source in Topeka tells about a possible case of voter fraud and a possible case of voter suppression. Both cases need more investigation."





Kentucky


No specific election cycle

Drug money buys votes - July 25, 2012

"Voter fraud has a shocking new meaning in eastern Kentucky. That is where in some cases, major cocaine and marijuana dealers admitted to buying votes to steal elections, and the result is the corruption of American democracy. The government continues to mete out justice in the scandal..."


2010 election cycle

Five guilty of vote fraud - July 25, 2012

"Naomi Johnson, Jackie Jennings, and Earl Young all pleaded guilty or were convicted in the case. Their sentencing is set for tomorrow at 1pm in Lexington. Former Breathitt County Schools Superintendent Arch Turner also pleaded guilty to federal vote buying charges. He will be sentenced on October 24th. Michael Salyers, who was running in the magistrates race, is set to be released from prison in August."





Louisiana


No specific election cycle

Justice Dept. allied with Project Vote - July 16, 2012

"Louisiana offers online voter registration with verification available through the Department of Motor Vehicles or Social Security Administration; allowing unlimited registration by mail, online and telephone is an open invitation to chaos and fraud."





Maryland


2010 election cycle

Tea Party subterfuge by Democrats - October 27, 2010

"The strategy here is as obvious as it is devious. Democrats, fully aware that their guy is tanking and incapable of earning re-election on his own, are trying to trick right leaning voters into supporting someone who has no chance."


2006 & 2008 election cycles

Democrat withdraws after allegations she voted in two states - September 11, 2012

"Wendy Rosen, the Democratic challenger to Republican Rep. Andy Harris in the 1st Congressional District, withdrew from the race Monday amid allegations that she voted in elections in both Maryland and Florida in 2006 and 2008." [More here.]





Massachusetts


2012 election cycle

Warren donations lack foreign donor protections - October 15, 2012

"The Boston Globe reported Monday that Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren raised $12.1 million for her campaign in the 3rd quarter ending September 30, 2012. That brings the total raised to $36 million. Yet more than 40% of these funds--an estimated $16 million--have come online via two websites that do not have industry-standard protections and are vulnerable to fraud and illegal foreign national donations."


Confusion over whether military ballots mailed - September 29, 2012

"In Massachusetts, there appears to be confusion of over whether overseas and military voters should be expecting their ballots in the mail."


Fraud scandal up-ends East Longmeadow politics - August 24, 2012

"The abrupt resignation of Selectman Enrico “Jack” Villamaino III amid a criminal investigation into possible voter fraud has not only riveted taxpayers and beyond, but has created uncertainty over the future political leadership in this town of 15,000 and left potential candidates for the board in limbo."


Ex-ACORNers mail vote forms to 500,000 welfare recipients - August 8, 2012

"The state has mailed out voter registration letters to nearly 500,000 welfare recipients, in a push sparked by a group led by former ACORN bigwigs that critics say is a naked bid to boost Democrats at the polls in November."


2011 election cycle

Former Marlborough councilor gets community service - October 6, 2012

"What happens when a politician personally engages in election fraud? Not much. Former Marlborough (MA) city councilor Mark Evangelous has been sentenced to community service, with platitudes from the judge assuring us that it was "not malicious." The professional politician supposedly didn't know he wasn't supposed to forge the signature of his dead relative on an absentee ballot application."


Candidate pleads not guilty in voter fraud case - February 16, 2012

"A former candidate for Marlborough City Council was arraigned today on voter fraud charges for allegedly handing in an absentee ballot application at City Hall for a man who had died earlier in the year, Middlesex County prosecutors said today."


2010 election cycle

Lawmaker pleads guilty to voter fraud - December 20, 2012

"A Democratic state representative from Everett who served on an election law committee is resigning his seat and will plead guilty to voter fraud charges in federal court in Boston, authorities said Thursday. Representative Stephen “Stat” Smith, 57, faces up to two years in prison... According to prosecutors, Smith, first elected to the Legislature in 2006, submitted fraudulent absentee ballots to support his bids for public office in 2009 and 2010."


Kitty Dukakis flouts polling place rules - November 2, 2010

"According to McCracken, Dukakis stood outside the high school for an hour. When voters and sign holders started complaining that she wasn’t adhering to the requirement to stand 150 feet away from the voting area, McCracken called the secretary of state."


2009 election cycle

Lawmaker pleads guilty to voter fraud - December 20, 2012

"A Democratic state representative from Everett who served on an election law committee is resigning his seat and will plead guilty to voter fraud charges in federal court in Boston, authorities said Thursday. Representative Stephen “Stat” Smith, 57, faces up to two years in prison... According to prosecutors, Smith, first elected to the Legislature in 2006, submitted fraudulent absentee ballots to support his bids for public office in 2009 and 2010."





Michigan


2012 election cycle

Vote equipment allowed wireless communication - November 24, 2012

"According to a press release from Election Systems & Software, the much talked-about last minute patch which was the subject of litigation in Ohio was not the only last-minute upgrade. In Michigan, ES&S outfitted its M100 optical scanners and tabulation system with a last minute adjustment enabling wireless communications."


Republican poll watcher in Detroit threatened with gun - November 6, 2012

"This morning, a legally credentialed poll watcher was threatened and intimidated while attempting to perform his legally allowed duties of observing the election process at precinct polling location 289 in Detroit. The poll watcher, a lawyer, was confronted by a voter in line, who demanded the poll watcher produce his credentials, which he did. However, the voter said that wasn’t good enough and that he had “a badge and a gun” and told the poll watcher get out of the precinct... Fearing for his safety, the poll watcher exited and called 911, however the Detroit Police refused to respond to the call..."


Caller threatens Republican poll observers - September 28, 2012

"This morning a staffer at the Michigan Republican Party’s office in Lansing answered a call from an anonymous person who threatened to “take out” any Republican poll challengers who might show up in his area."


4,000 noncitizens on voter rolls - September 19, 2012

"One day after being sued over a controversial ballot box citizenship question, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson said Tuesday there are an estimated 4,000 noncitizens on Michigan's voter rolls."


Clerks defy ballot citizenship rule - September 14, 2012

"Some local election officials are resisting Secretary of State Ruth Johnson's demand voting applications in the Nov. 6 general election that ask voters to affirm their U.S. citizenship. Clerks in Macomb County and Lansing plan to defy Johnson's instructions and remove the question from ballot applications, and the Washtenaw County Election Commission voted Thursday to leave it off the forms after the county clerk planned to give townships and cities the option to ask about citizenship."


Too dumb to vote? - July 25, 2012

"Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder has vetoed voter ID bills that his fellow Republicans call an attempt to crack down on voter fraud, and critics characterize as a move to disenfranchise minority groups. Snyder on Tuesday rejected H.B. 5061 and S.B. 803 — both sponsored by Republican members of the Michigan Legislature – which would have required voters to prove U.S. citizenship in order to receive a ballot and a photo ID to pick up an absentee ballot."


2010 election cycle

Facebook closes Republican's account - March 9, 2011

"Dearborn attorney Majed Moughni says he lost his bid to unseat Democratic U.S. Rep. John Dingell last year, in part, because he lost his Facebook account. Moughni, who finished fourth in the Republican primary with only four percent of the vote, filed a lawsuit against the social networking website last month in Wayne County Circuit Court."


1990 election cycle

Judge with conflict of interest rules on election - December 12, 2005

In 1990 conservative commentator Debbie Schlussel ran for state representative and lost the Republican primary after a judge ruled against her in the recount - it was later learned that the judge represented the winner of the primary as her attorney in a criminal case.





Minnesota


No specific election cycle

10,000 fraudulent driver's licenses cancelled - July 16, 2012

"...while we may think a driver's license is the gold standard for identity, come to find out there are tens of thousands of very real DLs for very fake people."


Tim Tebow and Tom Brady register to vote - February 7, 2012

"On the day of the Minnesota caucus, shocking video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas – broken here first at PJ Media – shows how easy it is to register NFL stars Tim Tebow, Tom Brady and practically anybody else to vote in that state. No identification of any sort is needed, just a name! In fact, you can take 20 application forms home, fill them in, check the “no ID” slot and batch register people in absentia. Even local election officials are dismayed with the complete lack of authentication of any sort."


2012 election cycle

Police blotter: voter fraud reported - November 29, 2012

"A Cottage Grove man told police Nov. 6 that someone had committed voter fraud by signing his name at a polling place, making it impossible for him to vote. The incident was being investigated."


Registering Tim Tebow and Tom Brady to vote - undated

YouTube video of election officials helping sting artist register fraudulent names.


Too dumb to vote? - July 25, 2012

"At the Minnesota Supreme Court on July 17, the ACLU argued that Gopher State people aren’t smart enough to be allowed to vote in November on whether to approve a voter photo ID constitutional amendment."


Leauge of Women Voters fighting ballot measure - July 16, 2012

"In League of Women Voters Minnesota v. Ritchie, the LWV is trying to convince the court to remove a referendum question from the November ballot. Its argument is that voters won’t be able to understand the ballot question."


2010 election cycle

Voter fraud by Organizing for America - November 17, 2010

"The Obama Youth guilty of voter fraud? Why that’s just not possible. No, we’ve given it considerable thought and it’s simply not possible. Except that it is."


Republican asks court for help in gov's race - November 17, 2010

"Republican Tom Emmer, trailing in the Minnesota governor's race pending a likely recount, asked the state Supreme Court Wednesday to step in and order counties to determine if too many ballots were cast in some precincts."


Students face felonies over illegal voter vouching - November 8, 2010

"Members of Students Organizing for America, a group of students aligned with the Democratic Party, may face a criminal investigation and possible felony charges after confrontations with an election judge over voter vouching during Tuesday’s election. Ginny Gelms, the interim elections director in Minneapolis, said she will submit a report to the Hennepin County attorney’s office and the Minnesota Secretary of State‘s office today. The offices will investigate a possible incident of improper vouching. Gelms said she was told by the University Lutheran Church precinct’s chair election judge there were two incidents of individuals trying to vouch for people they did not personally know." [Fox News report here.]


Crow Wing County voter fraud - October 30, 2010

"This 17-minute video documents a case of potential voter fraud that occurred in Crow Wing County. On Friday, October 29th, 2010, a member of the Minnesota Freedom Council witnessed apparent voter fraud occurring at the Crow Wing County Courthouse in Brainerd, Minnesota. Upwards of 100 residents from a local group home for mentally disadvantaged individuals were brought into the County Courthouse to cast absentee ballots. The witness reported that supervisors were telling voters to cast a straight Democrat ticket. There was even a report of a voter prematurely leaving the voting both and a supervisor casting the ballot for the voter."


2008 election cycle

1,099 felons vote in race won by 312 ballots - August 6, 2012

"During the controversy a conservative group called Minnesota Majority began to look into claims of voter fraud. Comparing criminal records with voting rolls, the group identified 1,099 felons -- all ineligible to vote -- who had voted in the Franken-Coleman race. Minnesota Majority took the information to prosecutors across the state, many of whom showed no interest in pursuing it. But Minnesota law requires authorities to investigate such leads. And so far, Fund and von Spakovsky report, 177 people have been convicted -- not just accused, but convicted -- of voting fraudulently in the Senate race. Another 66 are awaiting trial."


Voter fraud convictions from 2008 election - October 13, 2011

"More than two years after Minnesota Majority filed complaints with county attorneys throughout Minnesota citing evidence of ineligible felons voting in the 2008 General Election, convictions for these election crimes are still emerging from our legal system. The statute of limitations for these 2008 crimes will run-out this November after which no additional illegal voters will be able to be charged."


The case for investigation and reform - undated

"Since we were not confident in the assurances from the secretary of state’s office, we examined the voter records following the 2008 general election. Although updates to the statewide voter registration system are required to be complete within 6 weeks following an election, the secretary of state’s office did not report compete updates until late April of 2009, at which point we obtained the latest voter history records, which were the basis for our post-election analysis. First and foremost, we discovered that the number of voters accounted for having cast a ballot in the secretary of state’s voter files did not match the number of ballots certified by the election canvassing board. There were approximately 40,000 more ballots counted than voter histories to account for them."


Funny business in Minnesota - January 5, 2009

"Strange things keep happening in Minnesota, where the disputed recount in the Senate race between Norm Coleman and Al Franken may be nearing a dubious outcome. Thanks to the machinations of Democratic Secretary of State Mark Ritchie and a meek state Canvassing Board, Mr. Franken may emerge as an illegitimate victor."





Mississippi


No specific election cycle

Federal charges against Ike Brown, Noxubee County - June 29, 2007

"The United States of America brought this action against the Noxubee County Democratic Executive Committee and its chairman, Ike Brown, and the Noxubee County Election Commission1 alleging claims under Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act, and also asserting claims against Brown and the Noxubee Democratic Executive Committee under Section 11 of the Voting Rights Act."


2012 election cycle

Still no absentee ballots in Hinds County - September 28, 2012

"A week after absentee voting was supposed to start statewide, Hinds County still has no ballots for voters to exercise their rights and it’s unclear when they’ll be available."


Military ballots sent late in Hinds County - September 27, 2012

"Mitt Romney’s campaign has raised concerns that Hinds County didn’t send absentee ballots to people serving overseas in the military, but county officials say the problem has been corrected and soldiers will be able to cast their votes online."


Voter rolls & votes don’t match up - July 26, 2012

"The official numbers are in for the Ward 3 runoff election between LaRita Stokes and Joyce Jackson, but there is a discrepancy between the vote totals and the number of voters who signed the roll at Precinct 11. No one at the city or county seems to know anything about it, and everyone wants to direct questions to another department."


2007 election cycle

NAACP official convicted of voter fraud - April 22, 2011

"In Tunica, Mississippi, ten guilty verdicts of voter fraud were returned yesterday against NAACP officer Lessadolla Sowers. She was sentenced to five years for each count without the possibility of parole and will serve the terms concurrently. Sowers manipulated the absentee ballot process in the 2007 election. Absentee ballots in Mississippi are notoriously subject to voter fraud." [Lessadolla's mug shot.]


Benton County voter fraud cases - January 2011

"The last of 16 defendants has been sentenced for his role in the Benton County Voter Fraud case, Attorney General Jim Hood said Tuesday, Jan. 11. David Massey, 40, of Hickory Flat, was indicted on one count of conspiracy to commit voter fraud and three counts of voter fraud. He entered an open plea before Benton County Circuit Court Judge Andrew Howorth, meaning that he refused to accept the state's recommended sentence and threw himself on the mercy of the court." [More here.]





Missouri


2010 election cycle

Speaker might not seat new legislator - December 27, 2010

"Incoming Speaker of the House Steve Tilley says he may refuse to seat a new representative from Kansas City because of allegations ofvoter fraud in the Democratic primary."


Investigation demanded in 3rd District - November 4, 2010

"Republican Ed Martin is demanding an investigation of possible voter fraud after narrowly losing the election for Missouri's 3rd Congressional District to Democratic incumbent Rep. Russ Carnahan. Martin said Wednesday he will send a formal request for the investigation to Carnahan's sister, Secretary of State Robin Carnahan. Martin laid out a list of concerns..."


Voter fraud protest in St. Louis - November 3, 2010

"Members of the St. Louis Tea Party assembled in downtown St. Louis to raise awareness of irregularities they witnessed on election day."


Dead people voting - October 29, 2010

"From the 4,294 potential dead registered voters a check was made between the death date and the date the last ballot was cast. This resulted in 281 potential “dead voters.”"


More voters than people - October 27, 2010

"15 Missouri counties now have more registered voters than people 18 and older. And who else but Carnahan, the state official in charge of elections, should be held accountable? No one."


2006 election cycle

ACORN employees admit election fraud - June 10, 2010

"The radical activist group ACORN “works” for the Democratic Party and deliberately promotes election fraud, ACORN employees told FBI investigators, according to an FBI document dump Wednesday."


History of ACORN voter fraud in Missouri

Timeline of ACORN voter fraud in 2006 elections


Four ACORN employees indicted - November 1, 2006

"Four people have been indicted on charges of voter fraud in Kansas City, officials said Wednesday. Investigators said questionable registration forms for new voters were collected by the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, a group that works to improve minority and low-income communities."


2000 election cycle

Call for vote fraud investigation - November 9, 2000

"Missouri GOP Sen. Christopher Bond is calling for a federal investigation into efforts by Democrats to keep polls open in St. Louis until 10 p.m. on Election Day — three hours after they were scheduled to close."





Montana


2012 election cycle

Massive ballot irregularities - May 17, 2012

"In at least two counties in Montana, the home of a competitive U.S. Senate race that could tip the balance of power in the upper chamber, massive mail-in absentee ballot irregularities have been uncovered by Media Trackers Montana, a non-partisan investigative research organization with operations in five states across the country."





Nevada


No specific election cycle

DMV clerk pleads guilty to taking bribes - December 8, 2011

"A former Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles clerk has pleaded guilty to a federal bribery charge for accepting thousands of dollars to provide driver’s licenses to illegal immigrants."


ACORN vote operative facing felony charges - October 27, 2010

"But even with all that recent history, ACORN’s Project Vote is still in operation and one of its main directors is a woman under a cloud of criminal charges in the state of Nevada."


Sequoia voting machines still controlled by Venezuela - 2008

"In April 2008, competitor Hart InterCivic attempted a hostile takeover of Sequoia. Court documents unearthed at this time revealed that Smartmatic still retained some financial control over several aspects of Sequoia."


2012 election cycle

Union registers non-citizens and threatens them - November 4, 2012

"Two immigrants who are not citizens -- and thus not eligible to vote -- have accused a Nevada Culinary Union of registering them to vote and then threatening them with deportation if they did not go to the polls. Even worse, the immigrants say there are more like them who are illicitly registered and may be casting ballots..." [Original Las Vegas Review Journal report.]


Romney ballots in Las Vegas coming up Obama - October 25, 2012

"PolitiChicks.tv has just received confirmation that a voter in Las Vegas tried voting for Governor Mitt Romney but the machine automatically checked “Obama” multiple times instead."


2010 election cycle

Obama used DOE money to help Reid campaign - October 31, 2012

"President Obama claims that political considerations did not influence the Energy Department’s green energy loan program, but newly-released internal emails show that his administration subsidized Nevada companies in order to help Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., win his 2010 reelection campaign."


Email shows illegal Reid campaign activity - November 4, 2010

"Sen. Harry Reid, D-Nev., may have beaten back challenger Sharron Angle and retained his post as the majority leader, but his campaign and one of his biggest supporters may have violated federal law to do so."


Reid makes Harrah's strongarm employees - November 2, 2010

"The Harrah’s employee who forwarded the emails asked not to be identified due to fear of reprisal. The employee said the pressure from upper management was “disturbing.” “We were asked to talk to people individually to find out why they had not yet voted and to fill in these spreadsheets explaining why,” the employee said. “I did not feel comfortable doing that.”"


Reid intends to steal election - October 29, 2010

"Two days ago, the Democratic Secretary of State announced that voters can be provided "free food" at "voter turnout events." Harry Reid has been offering free food and, according to other reports, some Democratic allies such as teachers' unions are offering gift cards in return for a vote for Reid... What Harry Reid is doing is clearly illegal..."


Official election complaint filed - October 28, 2010

"Attached is a Nevada Election Task Force complaint filed late today in Nevada by Babette Rutherford, a Nevada voter. The complaint alleges scores of union tactics designed to undermine the integrity of the voting process and intimidate voters. Specifically, the complaint notes that union officials are busing in union workers, leading them to the polls, deterring or preventing the union member from going to unobserved polling locations set up in Las Vegas, etc."


Voting machine technicians are SEIU - October 26, 2010

"Now there's absolutely no independently verified evidence of chicanery with the voting machines (yet), but it is worth noting that the voting machine technicians in Clark County are members of the Service Employees International Union. The SEIU spent $63 million in elections in 2008 and is planning on spending $44 million more this election cycle -- nearly all of that on Democrats." [More here.]


Harry Reid's name preselected in machines - October 25, 2010

"Controversy arose after Boulder City resident Joyce Ferrara complained to FOX5 that when she went to vote for GOP Senate candidate Sharron Angle, Reid's name was already checked. "Something's not right," Ferrara said. She claimed her husband and several others voting at the same time all had the same thing happen." [More here.] [Clark County Registrar of Voters says issues "resolved."]


Warning to Angle from Chicago machine player - July 6, 2010

"Mr. X has reason to believe that Nevada GOP Senatorial Candidate Sharron Angle, who is running against Sen. Harry Reid, will face a level of corrupt electioneering practices equal to what he witnessed for many years in Chicago. This is his warning to the Angle Campaign."


2008 election cycle

Ex-ACORN official agrees to testify - August 18, 2009

"Christopher Edwards, 33, the former Las Vegas field director for the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, pleaded guilty to two gross misdemeanor counts of conspiracy to commit the crime of compensation for registration of voters. As part of a plea agreement, Edwards will testify against the other two defendants in the case — ACORN and its former regional director, Amy Busefink." [More here.] [And here.]


Voter registration fraud charges against ACORN - May 4, 2009

"Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto and Secretary of State Ross Miller announced Monday that voter registration fraud charges have been filed against an organization that works with low-income people and two of its employees in its Las Vegas office." [More here.]





New Hampshire


2012 election cycle

Dead people receive ballots for primary - January 11, 2012

Video by Project Veritas. [More here and here.]


Six trap doors in election process - January 6, 2012

"Unlike the impressively transparent public process in Iowa this year (where the public could spot errors or malfeasance so well that mistakes actually saw the light of day), New Hampshire is currently the Decepticon of transparent elections. For each transparent election procedure, they've built a trap door."





New Jersey


2010 election cycle

FBI seizes Middlesex elections documents - November 16, 2010

"FBI agents swooped into New Brunswick early today and seized documents from the city's June heated primary election, Middlesex County officials confirmed. The FBI confirmed that it is in the "fledgling stages of an ongoing investigation" into recent elections..."


Democrats run fake Tea Party candidate - October 8, 2010

"Congressman John Adler's campaign and the Camden County Democratic Committee recruited ""NJ Tea Party'' candidate Peter DeStefano to confuse conservative voters and hurt Adler's Republican challenger this fall, Democratic operatives say." [Additional link here.]


"Well-grounded suspicion" of illegal ballots - June 8, 2010

"A Superior Court judge has found there is a “well-grounded suspicion” that an aide to New Brunswick Mayor James Cahill on Saturday illegally possessed early-vote, mail-in ballots and assaulted a campaign worker of Cahill's rival in the Democratic primaries." [More here.]


2009 election cycle

Marty Small campaign worker pleads guilty - October 13, 2009

"A worker for the unsuccessful primary mayoral campaign of Atlantic City Councilman Marty Small pleaded guilty Tuesday to engaging in fraud involving messenger absentee ballots during the June Democratic primary."


1997 election cycle

Union official on tape discussing vote fraud - October 26, 2010

"...he winks at me and says, "Doesn't matter." Which means the machines were already loaded, locked, and voted."





New Mexico


2012 election cycle

First guilty plea in Sunland Park - September 6, 2012

"Former City of Sunland Park employee Priscilla Morales pleaded guilty last week to charges of voter fraud and conspiracy to commit a crime. She was arrested back in March for registering to vote in Sunland Park, even though she lives in El Paso."


4 charged with election fraud in Sunland Park - July 14, 2012

"Four more people, including a brother and niece of a former city councilor, were charged Friday in the Sunland Park election fraud case."


2008 election cycle

Sunland Park judge convicted of voter fraud - August 17, 2009

"After two hours of deliberating, a jury convicted Favela of falsely declaring himself a resident of Sunland Park in 2008 so he could run for judge, falsifying a document that declared him a qualified voter, and voting twice in the 2004 general election- once in El Paso, Texas and once in Doiia Ana County."


2004 election cycle

Sunland Park judge convicted of voter fraud - August 17, 2009

"After two hours of deliberating, a jury convicted Favela of falsely declaring himself a resident of Sunland Park in 2008 so he could run for judge, falsifying a document that declared him a qualified voter, and voting twice in the 2004 general election- once in El Paso, Texas and once in Doiia Ana County."





New York


No specific election cycle

True the Vote: 30 cases of absentee vote fraud - September 26, 2012

"A national group looking to expose voter fraud announced Tuesday that it has unearthed more than 30 cases of absentee ballot fraud in Florida and New York. True the Vote, an advocacy group seeking to “restore integrity” in the U.S. electoral process, affirmed that it provided state and federal election officials with more than 31 cases detailing how individuals cast votes in two separate states in the same federal election."


Speaker’s kids moved away but still vote for Dad - September 16, 2012

"Did he really need the extra votes? Three of powerful Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver’s adult children remained registered to vote in their father’s Lower East Side district long after moving out, The Post has learned. And they continued to vote for years at the same Delancey Street polling place as their parents — presumably pulling the lever for Papa in his re-election bids — even when, as in the case of one child, they lived out of state." [Manhattan DA reviewing.]


Dead voters on the rolls - April 3, 2011

"Legendary CBS anchor Walter Cronkite, New Yorker editor William Shawn and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Frank McCourt are no longer with us -- but the city Board of Elections lists them as eligible voters. Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers -- including movie stars Lena Horne and Natasha Richardson and beloved restaurateur Elaine Kaufman -- are also on the voting rolls long after they died."


Thousands registered in both New York and Florida - 2004

"Of the 46,000 registered in both states, 68 percent are Democrats, 12 percent are Republicans and 16 percent didn't claim a party. Nearly 1,700 of those registered in both states requested that absentee ballots be mailed to their home in the other state, where they are also registered. But that doesn't raise red flags with officials in either place."


2012 election cycle

Fraud in Flushing by Korean interpreter - November 8, 2012

"A case of election fraud occurred in Flushing when a Korean-American translator helping voters at PS 20 was caught directing them to vote for Democratic candidates. A volunteer poll watcher confirmed the incident. The translator, Sang Soo Park, was expelled from the polling place for breaking the law by telling at least three voters to choose the Democratic slate..."


Fraud in Dutchess County - November 8, 2012

"...there were at least two instances of “outright voter fraud” — one in the city of Poughkeepise and another in Pleasant Valley — where a voter went to vote only to find someone had forged that person’s name and voted in their stead. Both instances, he said, were referred to the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office for investigation." [More here.]


Documented voter fraud in Dem primary - September 20, 2012

"New Kings Democrats, a progressive group in Brooklyn, is going public with accusations of voter fraud they say they documented during the primaries in New York last week. Those accusations center on one heavily populated polling location in Williamsburg, where more than 3,300 votes were cast among eight election districts, all located in one school auditorium." [More here.]


School board member alleges vote fraud in Tuckahoe - September 11, 2012

"Riccardi, who served on the School Board from 2007 to 2010, alleges that three people who cast ballots in Tuckahoe on May 15 also voted in a neighboring district the same day, and eight or nine more people who voted in Tuckahoe do not reside in the district."


Ballot issues arise after Rangel's primary win - June 30, 2012

"While Rep. Charles Rangel of New York celebrates a major primary victory this week - his toughest challenge in 42 years - the state is stepping in on ballot complaints that could wind up changing the results." [More here.] [And here.]


2010 election cycle

4 counties failed to send military ballots - October 12, 2010

"The consent order, Kellner said, would give the federal authorities power to ensure MOVE Act compliance in New York City and four counties — Putnam, Erie, Niagara and Westchester — which still hadn't mailed out their absentee ballots as of their latest deadline."


Board of Elections gaffe may nullify soldiers' votes - October 11, 2010

"The Board of Elections is facing another "royal screwup" - this time for failing to ship absentee ballots to New York troops serving overseas."


2009 election cycle

Dems tricked mentally disabled - February 1, 2012

"Is it possible that evidence against Democrats in Troy, New York,has finally hit rock bottom? When they weren't paying off college kids with their vote, they were apparently tricking mentally impaired voters into signing absentee ballots, telling them "the city made it easier to vote this year."" [More here and here.]


Witness testifies to being paid for ballot - January 27, 2012

"That's what Democrats in Troy, NY feel about the right to vote - a right that people have died to ensure in this country, a right in which some people are still spilling blood for. $10. A gallon of milk and a box of cereal. For your vote."


Vote fraud normal procedure for Dems in Troy - January 17, 2012

"Two veteran Democratic political operatives in Troy said voter fraud is an accepted way of winning elections, and faking absentee ballots was commonplace."


8th Democrat indicted in Troy - January 11, 2012

"Gird your loins for 2012, conservatives. A voter fraud case in upstate New York should serve as a reminder of what crooked politicians are willing to try during an election year. The election fraud in Troy grows ever larger..."


3 more Troy Dems plead guilty to vote fraud - December 21, 2011

"A total of four Democratic officials and political operatives have now pleaded guilty to voter fraud-related felony charges in an alleged scheme to steal a New York election. The latest guilty pleas expose the ease with which political insiders can apparently manipulate the electoral system and throw an election their way, by the forging of signatures of unsuspecting voters that are then cast as real votes."


Democrat pleads guilty to election fraud - July 26, 2011

"Now the (Democratic) City Clerk has resigned and plead guilty to a felony as part of the investigation. He is also singing. The Clerk, William McInerney is a Democratic Committeeman, and the police seem to have the goods on him going back to at least 2007, suggesting that this may be a way of life in Troy, NY."


Ballot fraud trial starts - January 17, 2011

"Former City Councilman Michael LoPorto and Democratic County Elections Commissioner Edward McDonough will be tried for their alleged actions to steal votes for Democratic candidates in the Working Families primary by forging absentee ballots."


DNA from Democrats in vote fraud case - October 21, 2010

"A special prosecutor investigating allegations of voter fraud, Trey Smith, is collecting DNA from the majority of the city council...all Democrats. Five city councilmen, including the council president, as well as four other city and county public officials and political operatives, have been ordered to or have had their saliva swabbed for DNA samples to compare to absentee ballots and absentee ballot applications that were allegedly forged."


Voter fraud alleged in City of Troy - September 28, 2009

"Dozens of Troy residents are screaming "voter fraud" and a special prosecutor has been named to investigate their complaints. Thirty-four citizens claim that workers and officials of the Democratic and Working Families Parties duped them into signing applications for the Sept. 15th Working Families Party primary, even though they were not eligible." [More here.]


19th Century

Boss Tweed - undated

"With absolute power over who could be nominated as a Democratic candidate and enormous influence over appointments to office, "Boss Tweed" was himself appointed a Deputy Street Commissioner, and began putting cronies on the city payroll for doing no work. With his substantial kickbacks, Tweed bought several companies which were promptly awarded city contracts. He was elected to the State Senate in 1867, and within months had charmed and cajoled his way to similar near-absolute control over the state's capitol."





North Carolina


2012 election cycle

More exploitation of mentally disabled - December 3, 2012

"Cecil Pearson’s daughter Darlene told him she voted for Barack Obama for president. President of what? Cecil says Darlene couldn’t tell you. Darlene, 40, is developmentally disabled and functions cognitively at about the level of a 7-year old. She lives in a group home with five other adult women in Roanoke Rapids. “I was shocked when I learned she had voted,” Pearson told Carolina Journal. “She has never voted. My wife and I became her legal guardians in 1996 to prevent exploitation like this. We were not consulted. She is not capable of making an informed choice, and as her guardians we would not have approved it.”"


Obama supporter brags about voting 5 times - November 3, 2012

"Jim Turner I have voted once in Beaufort, once in Henderson, twice in Emerald Isle and will vote in my precinct in PKS, I will do whatever it takes..." [More here.]


Exploitation of mentally disabled voters - November 2, 2012

"Jimmy Green's stepdaughter had never voted before. The 57-year-old is mentally disabled, and Green said she doesn't understand the concept of casting a ballot. But this week, she called her parents to say she had voted for President Obama. The care home in Fayetteville where she lives registered its residents to vote and drove them to the polls, Green said."


Romney ballots in Guilford Co. coming up Obama - October 23, 2012

"On Monday, several voters complained that their electronic ballot machine cast the wrong vote. All the complaints were made by people who voted at the Bur-Mil Park polling location. One of the voters, Sher Coromalis, says she cast her ballot for Governor Mitt Romney, but every time she entered her vote the machine defaulted to President Obama... Guilford County Board of Elections Director George Gilbert says the problem arises every election." [Same problem in other locations.]


Man charged with felony voter registration fraud - September 5, 2012

"Today Moore County Sheriff's investigators arrested Jonathan Antonio Cratsley Jr., 23, of 1856 Lake Bay Road and charged him with the felony after Cratsley, a convicted felon, completed and submitted a voter registration application on July 18."


30,000 dead people registered to vote - September 2, 2012

"A Raleigh-based group devoted to reducing the potential for voter fraud presented the N.C. Board of Elections on Friday with a list of nearly 30,000 names of dead people statewide who are still registered to vote."


Illegal aliens and dead people allowed to vote - May 15, 2012

"Project Veritas... has released another video that shows how easily non-citizens--and even dead people--can vote in North Carolina, a crucial 2012 swing state."


2011 election cycle

Former Morrisville councilwoman guilty of vote fraud - November 24, 2012

"Former Morrisville Councilwoman Linda Lyons recently pleaded guilty to a voter fraud-related charge. The Wake County District Attorney’s office charged Lyons, 57, with trying to vote twice during last year’s election. Lyons was issued a $50 fine and sentenced to 45 days in jail, but the jail sentence was suspended for 12 months..."


2010 election cycle

Madison County: Mayberry it's not - November 15, 2010

"Several days after the election, a thousand votes are discovered to have been "inadvertently omitted" from the election night tally. As a result, the loser in a three-man contest for two superior judge seats suddenly becomes one of the winners. That candidate, a local assistant state district attorney, is said to have received a $1,100 contribution from the chairman of the board of election in the county where the ballots were found."


Conservative recount alert - November 4, 2010

"Dear Supporters, Election night, after the ten counties in my district had reported their votes, I led Bob Etheridge by 2,100 votes. (That number is crucial because under North Carolina law Congressman Etheridge is not entitled to an ‘automatic recount’ if he trails by more than 1% – or 1,888 votes.) Then, yesterday afternoon – unexpectedly – the vote totals changed. The State Board of Elections reported my lead had dropped to 1,600 votes. Two hours later Bob Etheridge announced he intended to call for a recount."


110-year-olds voting in large numbers - October 28, 2010

"So far in early voting 110 year olds have made a pretty good showing; 2214 of them have voted either by mail or at a one-stop site (214 by mail and 2,000 at early voting sites). There are 1,420 Democrats in this group, 717 Republicans and 77 Unaffiliated voters. Nothing against very old voters, but it is funny that these 110 year olds live in only 34 counties and 87% of them live in 4 counties..."


Republican votes register as Democrat votes - October 27, 2010

"At least two voters in Lenoir County have experienced difficulties voting in the past week, and they believe the machines are at fault. Ervin Norville, a registered Democrat, said he was trying to vote for a straight party Republican ticket Tuesday Oct. 19, at the McLewean Street polling place. He said when he reviewed his ballot, several Democratic candidates were selected."


Machine won't allow votes for Republicans - October 26, 2010

"...4 times (even with assistance) when an electronic voting machine completed his straight-party ticket for the Republican's, his choices showd up as Democrat."


WSSU e-mail called illegal - October 20, 2010

"Some 6,400 staffers and students at Winston-Salem State University received e-mail exhortations Monday to take advantage of early voting and help the Democratic Party, setting off local Republicans. After a complaint by Nathan Tabor, the chairman of the Forsyth County GOP, university officials acknowledged that the e-mail — sent from the student-affairs division — was improper."


2008 election cycle

Four Wake residents charged with voting twice - August 12, 2011

"Authorities have charged four Wake County residents with voter fraud in connection with the last presidential election. Twenty-six-year-old Kierra Fontae Leache of Pheiffer Drive in Raleigh, 46-year-old Shelia "Sheilia" Romona Hodges, also of Pheiffer Drive in Raleigh, and 25-year-old Brandon Earl McLean of Bethune Drive in Raleigh, allegedly cast two ballot votes in 2008. All three are registered Democrats."





North Dakota


2012 election cycle

Bison players charged with voter fraud - September 7, 2012

"Prosecutors Friday morning officially charged 15 people with fraud for allegedly forging signatures on petitions for two North Dakota ballot initiatives. Among those facing charges, 10 current and 3 former North Dakota State University football players."





Ohio


No specific election cycle

True the Vote: 534 cases of absentee vote fraud - October 4, 2012

"True the Vote discovered 6,390 people registered in both Florida and Ohio. Of those, 534 appear to have voted twice in the same federal election. The examination also discovered at least 19,000 people registered in both New York and Florida."


How to commit voter fraud in Ohio - September 18, 2012

"As a precinct election official, I have seen exceptionally professional behavior by my fellow poll workers and county board of election officials. However, they are at the mercy of loose state election laws. Though Ohio has a Republican governor and legislature, they backed down on their efforts to pass a voter ID law and refused to reform the state’s no-fault absentee voting rules, making the commission of voter fraud a relatively simple matter."


2012 election cycle

Voter fraud incident in Auglaize County - December 14, 2012

"Auglaize County officials are looking into possible voter fraud after discovering one resident may have voted twice in the Nov. 6 election."


NAACP official breaks absentee ballot laws - November 22, 2012

"Political activist WilliAnn Moore on Wednesday defended her efforts to deliver votes from the regional jail at Stryker to Toledo, even as a Republican member of the elections board renewed his request for an investigation. Ms. Moore said she delivered 19 absentee voter ballots from inmates at the Corrections Center of Northwest Ohio to the Lucas County Board of Elections, but said she did not know it was illegal."


Henrietta Township man accused of voting twice - November 21, 2012

"The Lorain County Board of Elections is investigating a Henrietta Township man who cast two ballots during the presidential election. The man, who could potentially face criminal charges for voter fraud, requested an absentee ballot on Oct. 23, and the ballot was returned to the elections board Nov. 3, according to board records. The man then voted at his polling place Nov. 6."


Evidence of massive Ohio election fraud - November 12, 2012

"Barack Obama received more than 99% of the vote in more than 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County, Ohio on election day. In fact, there were a substantial number of precincts where Mitt Romney got exactly zero votes. So how in the world did this happen? Third world dictators don’t even get 99% of the vote."


Observers barred from Franklin County polling places - November 6, 2012

"A Houston-based group that wanted to monitor 30 Franklin County polling places for potential voter fraud was thwarted yesterday by the county elections board. True the Vote - whose Ohio branch is called the Voter Integrity Project - was denied status as official observers because at least most of the candidates who supported the organization's effort withdrew their backing."


Hitler registered to vote in Cincinnati - November 3, 2012

"It was part of a batch of roughly 200 voter registrations that election officials say were flagged as possibly fraudulent, forged, or duplicated by the group that collected them, FieldWorks, a private Washington, D.C. based firm. FieldWorks, says it works largely with Democratic candidates, causes and progressive organizations collecting signatures for voter registration or ballot initiatives across the country."


Romney ballots in Marion coming up Obama - October 31, 2012

"Joan Stevens was one of several early voters at the polls on Monday. But when Stevens tried to cast her ballot for president, she noticed a problem. Upon selecting “Mitt Romney” on the electronic touch screen, Barack Obama’s name lit up. It took Stevens three tries before her selection was accurately recorded." [More here.]


Somalians bused in to vote under Dem supervision - October 26, 2012

"Two volunteer poll workers at an Ohio voting station told Human Events that they observed van loads of Ohio residents born in Somalia — the state is home to the second-largest Somali population in the United States — being driven to the voting station and guided by Democratic interpreters on the voting process. No Republican interpreters were present, according to these volunteers."


One out of five registered voters is bogus - September 17, 2012

"Furthermore, “in two counties, the number of registered voters actually exceeds the voting age population: Northwestern Ohio’s Wood County shows 109 registered voters for every 100 eligible, while in Lawrence County along the Ohio River it’s a mere 104 registered per 100 eligible.”"


ACORN gets judge to back counting of bad votes - August 27, 2012

"The decision could mean that thousands of votes that otherwise would have been rejected — most of them cast in urban areas where Democrats are concentrated — will have to be counted."


Cincinnati man accused of election fraud - August 14, 2012

"A Cincinnati man has been indicted on election falsification charges in Athens County, according to information from the Athens County Prosecutor’s Office. Prosecutors say Timothy Zureick, 21, signed his name nearly two dozen times on a redistricting petition..."


Obama & Democrats trying to stop military votes - August 2, 2012

"Obama, in particular, enjoys being seen visiting troops and having photos taken with members of our military. So, why is his campaign and the Democrat party suing to restrict their ability to vote in the upcoming election?"


Union front group breaks election law - July 21, 2012

"Finally, this group that says they are trying to improve our electoral system is already ruining it by breaking election laws to get it on the ballot. Watch this video where the Voters First worker tells a man that he can sign the petition for his brother."


2010 election cycle

Cincinnati schools pushing Democrats - October 18, 2010

"Three van loads of Hughes High students were taken last week – during school hours – to vote and given sample ballots only for Democratic candidates and then taken for ice cream, a Monday lawsuit alleges."


2009 election cycle

Questionable absentee ballot applications - October 14, 2009

"A raid on an office ofthe Ohio Jobs and Growth Committee in Cincinnati turned up questionable absentee ballot applications. An employee for the pro-casino group is accused of committing fraud. He was fired on Saturday."


2008 election cycle

Stratfor emails: Dems manipulated 2008 election - April 20, 2012

"John McCain's 2008 campaign staff allegedly had evidence that Democrats stuffed ballot boxes in Pennsylvania and Ohio on election night, but McCain chose not to pursue voter fraud, according to internal Stratfor emails published by WikiLeaks."


Who returned 70 unsigned absentee ballots? - November 1, 2008

"The Dayton Daily News reports that Miami County election officials are trying to figure out how 70 unsigned, but otherwise voted, absentee ballots were returned to the board of elections... These were requested absentee ballots that never made it to their voters but were returned anyways. Quillen notes that they all went out through the same post office..."


Lawsuit against ACORN - 2008

"Plaintiffs are both very concerned that the elections-related fraud perpetrated by ACORN has diluted the value of their votes, and will continue to do so in the 2008 Elections and beyond."


2006 election cycle

Man sentenced for voting twice - October 6, 2007

"He pleaded guilty to voting in Franklin County, where he did not live, and to voting twice, both felonies under Ohio law. The Franklin County prosecutor's office dismissed two counts of false registration. Common Pleas Judge Richard A Frye sentenced Gilbert to probation for one year and fined him $500 but suspended a six-month prison sentence."





Oklahoma


2012 election cycle

Voter fraud in Oklahoma County - November 6, 2012

"Imagine finally getting to the front of the line at your polling station only to find someone else already cast your vote. That's what happened to man here in Oklahoma City on Tuesday, when he showed his ID to a poll worker, as required now by law, to receive his ballot. Now the state election board is trying to sort through the mess. Jay Kelly wants to know how someone cast a ballot in his name under his address, and got away with it." [More here.]


2010 election cycle

Absentee ballot charges against Adair County man - July 14, 2010

"Reports have trickled in to Oklahoma Watchdog over the past several months regarding allegations of voter fraud taking place in Adair County in eastem Oklahoma. The Adair County District Attorney's office filed felony charges against Adair County resident Darryl Cates. Cates, 73, of Westville, Okla. had four counts 121 brought against him July 13th in the District Court of the 15th Judicial District of Oklahoma: two were for false affidavit in voting registration and two for false notarization of absentee ballot."





Oregon


No specific election cycle

Man jailed for voting in name of dead relatives - January 19, 2011

"A Portland man is spending time in jail after he tried to cheat the election system and receive benefits in the name of deceased relatives, investigators say."





Pennsylvania


2012 election cycle

Astronomical Obama vote in Philadelphia wards - November 9, 2012

"Some Philadelphia neighborhoods outdid themselves in Tuesday's presidential election. In a city where President Obama received more than 85 percent of the votes, in some places he received almost every one. In 13 Philadelphia wards, Obama received 99 percent of the vote or more." [Romney got zero votes in 59 Philadelphia voting divisions.]


Philly poll worker illegally assisting voters - November 6, 2012

"According to our source, a pollwatcher in Philadelphia’s Ward 8, Div 30 witnessed a poll worker illegally going to voting booths with voters. The voters are not requesting assistance, and assistance affidavits are not being filled out. The pollwatcher has objected to the worker’s behavior but is being ignored."


Philly GOP poll inspectors replaced by Dems - November 6, 2012

"Court-appointed Republican poll inspectors are being forcibly removed from voting stations in some Philadelphia wards and replaced in some cases by Democratic inspectors and even members of the Black Panthers, according to GOP officials." [New Black Panthers back at Philly voting site.]


Philly activists shred GOP voter registrations - November 5, 2012

"A citizen-journalist came across a large bag of trash outside the CVP office in Philadelphia. Glancing at it, the citizen saw what looked like shredded registration forms. The pictures in this post are from CVP's trash. The photo above clearly shows that the voter who submitted the shredded registration form was registering as a Republican. You're right if you think this sounds a lot like ACORN and its litany of problems with voter fraud. CVP used to work along side ACORN, and several of its employees have worked for both organizations. CVP has also had significant problems with fraud."


Star victim gets photo ID - August 17, 2012

"Vote-fraud defenders have been using Viviette Applewhite, a 93-year old Pennsylvania woman whose birth certificate copies were destroyed in two separate house fires, as the “star witness” against Pennsylvania’s new Voter ID law. Her Social Security card was stolen a while ago, and she doesn’t have a drivers’ license. Without either birth certificate or SS card, this sweet old lady would be ruthlessly “disenfranchised,” because she couldn’t get one of the new photographic voter ID cards the state is handing out. Except… the day after a judge refused to issue a temporary injunction against the voter ID law, Applewhite hopped on a bus, went to the PennDOT center, and got herself an ID card."


Democrat election officials vow to ignore law - August 15, 2012

""No, I will not enforce it," said Joe Breidenstein, 55, a Democratic judge of elections in Ardmore. "I think it is clearly a political move, and I don't think the law should be manipulated for political purposes.""


Philadelphia GOP alleges widespread voter fraud - July 18, 2012

"The sole Republican among Philadelphia’s three-member city commissioners (the group that runs elections) today issued a scathing report about the May primary in the city, alleging a wide range of voting irregularities."


Democrat campaigned inside polling place - April 24, 2012

"A voter has filed a complaint in Philadelphia alleging State Representative Babette Josephs (D-182) was actively campaigning inside of a polling place today. The voter stated Josephs approached him and said: “I know I’m not supposed to be doing this, but please vote for me, Babette Josephs.”"


2011 election cycle

Golf director charged with voter fraud - June 11, 2012

"The Monroe County district attorney's office charged the embattled former Middle Smithfield Township golf course director with several counts of voter fraud Monday. Robyn Pugh was charged with perjury, false swearing in official matters and unlawful voting. She could receive up to 10 years in prison and fines of $20,000." [Background info on Robyn Pugh.]


Dem ballots handed out by Philly election officials - November 8, 2011

"This photo was sent to us from the 56th Ward 32nd Division. You can clearly see a stack titled “Official Democratic Ballot”."


Car of Republican candidate vandalized - November 8, 2011

"Mayoral candidate Karen Brown, who is running against incumbent Michael Nutter, says someone splattered paint on her car in South Philadelphia early Tuesday morning. Brown said the vandalism and other campaign problems are signs of politics as usual in Philadelphia... Brown says her car has been vandalized at least 10 times. So far, no arrests have been made."


2010 election cycle

Black Panther at SAME POLLING PLACE! - November 2, 2010

"Fox 29 News ran into a New Black Panther Party member outside as the same Philadelphia polling place where voter intimidation was reported two years ago."


ACORN aiding Sestak campaign - October 31, 2010

"Confused? ACORN’s critics say that’s exactly the idea. ACORN maintains odd business practices and byzantine organizational arrangements in order to escape public scrutiny, they say. The fact that ACORN moves money and employees around the ACORN network like pawns in a chess game makes the group very difficult to investigate."


Fraudulent absentee ballots - October 27, 2010

"A trio of Bucks County residents backed by the county Republican committee say they have evidence linking Democratic Congressman Patrick Murphy's campaign to a scheme to flood the county voter registration office with fraudulent applications for absentee ballots." [More here.]


Democrat admits helping Tea Party candidate - October 20, 2010

"A Pennsylvania Democratic House candidate on Tuesday admitted to helping a third candidate get on the ballot in the hopes he would siphon votes away from his Republican opponent."


Sestak fabricates Israel record - September 29, 2010

"Joe Sestak, the Democratic Senate nominee in Pennsylvania, is running an ad that falsely claims, "According to AIPAC, Joe Sestak has a 100% pro-Israel voting record...""


2008 election cycle

Stratfor emails: Dems manipulated 2008 election - April 20, 2012

"John McCain's 2008 campaign staff allegedly had evidence that Democrats stuffed ballot boxes in Pennsylvania and Ohio on election night, but McCain chose not to pursue voter fraud, according to internal Stratfor emails published by WikiLeaks."





Rhode Island


2010 election cycle

Cross dressers and voter fraud - August 22, 2012

"Gemma says he has presented federal and state officials with sworn statements from people associated with Cicilline who say they saw and sometimes participated in multiple instances of voter fraud. TRP, the private investigation group Gemma hired, includes retired state police officers." [More here.]





South Carolina


No specific election cycle

900 dead people voted in recent elections - January 21, 2012

"South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson (R-SC) told Neil Cavuto today that the state has hundreds of people voting for dead people." [More here.]





Tennessee


No specific election cycle

Felons fraudulently voting in Sullivan County - October 13, 2009

"Voter fraud has occurred in Sullivan County for years, Sullivan County Administrator of Elections Jason Booher said Tuesday. Booher said information given to him by state election officials indicates about 1 00 felons fraudulently registered, are registered still, and voted in the county - some going back as far as the early 1960s."


2012 election cycle

Voter fraud in DeSoto under investigation - December 20, 2012

"District 4 Election Commissioner Carl Payne reported an incident in which "a father cast an absentee ballot, the son voted in person and then the son changes clothes and returned to vote as his father. We learned of this from a written statement from the poll manager.""


Offer to vote twice from NC Democrat - November 3, 2012

"A woman (who would not give her name) just called my mother. Offering to get my mom to NORTH CAROLINA eventhough my mother had already voted for ROMNEY in Tennessee... The sorry Liberal "Democrat" woman said Obama desperately needed more VOTES in North Carolina & mom could vote again. Isht just got real folks... here is the lying cheat of a democrat womans phone number..."


2005 election cycle

Judge wants to air details of vote fraud - May 22, 2007

"A judge said Monday he thinks the public is owed a more detailed explanation about an alleged plot by three poll workers to throw a 2005 election to Ophelia Ford, now a state senator."





Texas

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No specific election cycle

Price tells citizens to “Go to hell” - February 15, 2011

"Six citizens addressed the court. All of them talked about the recent controversial departure of county Elections Administrator Bruce Sherbet. Sherbet, who was the Elections Administrator for 24 years, said he felt Price and Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins forced him out."


SEIU member registers 23,207 fraudulent voters - September 27, 2010

"Former Service Employees International Union (SEIU) member Steve Caddle of Houston, Texas has been caught registering 23,207 fake voters in Harris County alone..."


Group uncovers vote fraud in Houston - September 25, 2010

"What we saw shocked us. There was no one checking IDs, judges would vote for people that asked for help. It was fraud, and we watched like deer in the headlights."


Voter fraud by illegal aliens - July 18, 2008

"Allegations of voter fraud and perjury have surfaced as the Bexar County District Attorney's office looked over records from the elections department at the department's request. Undocumented immigrant status has been claimed by people both registering to vote and by people trying to get out of jury duty, District Attorney Susan Reed said. Reed said two of the jury cases will be prosecuted as perjury, but the statute of limitations has run out on some of the cases of voter fraud. The statute of limitations is two years on lying to get out of jury duty and three years on the undocumented voter registration."


2014 election cycle

Man ejected from voting booth for pro-gun T-shirt - February 21, 2014

"The officials used the election law to throw Driskill out of the voting booth even though the shirt simply stated “Second Amendment – 1789 – America’s Original Homeland Security” on the front without any mention of a political candidate or proposition. This is simply an attack on free speech and voting rights through the color of law..."


2012 election cycle

Two charged with voter fraud in Austin - December 3, 2012

"Two of three Austin residents who allegedly voted illegally at Ellis Middle School on Election Day have each been charged as an ineligible voter who knowingly voted, a felony." [Third man indicted.]


Congressional candidate alleges election fraud - November 7, 2012

"Canseco’s campaign says it has contacted state officials alleging double- and triple-counting of ballots in South Texas’ Maverick County, and instances where witnesses say they saw photocopying of ballots marked for Gallego before dawn Wednesday in neighboring Zavala County, along the U.S.-Mexico border. “We’re talking about literally thousands and thousands of votes,” said Scott Yeldell, Canseco’s campaign manager."


Houston NAACP vows to keep violating election law - November 6, 2012

"The Houston chapter of the NAACP has announced their intention to continue showing up to Houston-area polling stations and “helping” people vote. According to the local authorities, this “helping” violates election laws."


NAACP takes over Houston polling station - November 3, 2012

"Friday afternoon at an early polling place located at 6719 W. Montgomery Road in Houston, NAACP members were seen advocating for President Barack Obama according to volunteer poll watchers on location at the time."


Supreme Court rejects redistricting plan - January 20, 2012

"Throwing out a set of election maps that favored Democrats and minorities, the justices on Friday sent the case back to a lower court, forcing further review of a matter with a limited timetable for resolution as 2012 elections are fast approaching."


2011 election cycle

Precinct chairwoman indicted in vote fraud case - May 1, 2012

"A Democratic precinct chairwoman candidate has been indicted on suspicion of conspiring to arrange an illegal vote last year. Hazel Woodard James, 40, is accused of arranging for her son -- who was not a registered voter -- to vote on behalf of his father. The incident reportedly came to light when the father showed up later in the day to vote in the same precinct..."


2010 election cycle

Sheila Jackson Lee’s thug tactics - October 29, 2010

"Not only are street operatives harassing True the Vote poll watchers, but Representative Sheila Jackson Lee and her confederates are urging law enforcement personnel to crack down – but on the poll watchers!"


Poll watcher sees misconduct in Houston - October 28, 2010

"This is eyewitness testimony to voter fraud in the form of a poll worker casting votes on behalf of voters, captured by True the Vote and aired exclusively at PJM/PJTV."


Citizens find fraud, get sued - October 23, 2010

"Election watchers True the Vote have found disturbing amounts of fraud in Harris County, Texas. Rather than support their important work, the Texas Democratic Party (among others) is suing them."


Republican names not even on ballots - October 20, 2010

"In Dallas County, it was reported yesterday that in a few locations, Eddie Bernice Johnson's name was the only name on the ballot for CD 30. Somehow Stephen Broden's name was not on the ballot... In Harris County (Houston) two locations reported problems in the Texas Legislative District 148 race between incumbent Democrat Jessica Ferrar and her Republican challenger Fernando Herrera. Several people reported not being able to find Fernando Herrera's name on the ballot."


Starr County commissioner convicted of vote fraud - June 23, 2010

"Starr County Commissioner Raul "Roy" Peria Jr. was sentenced Tuesday to six months' probation and a $500 fine for violating state election law during this year's Democratic primary. The elected official pleaded "no contest" to one count of illegally returning a marked ballot and one count of improperly mailing another voter's ballot, stemming from allegations he helped stuff ballot boxes with fraudulent mail-in votes."


AG investigating Dallas County - April 27, 2010

"Allegations of mail-in ballot fraud in a Democratic primary in Dallas County are being investigated by the Texas attorney generars office, state and county officials said Tuesday. The investigation, which Dallas County commissioners had asked for, is centered mostly on absentee votes in the justice of the peace election between incumbent Luis Sepulveda and winner Carlos Medrano."


2009 election cycle

Voter fraud allegation in Dallas - September 14, 2009

"Bruce said the representative proceeded to notify him that the election office had received Lois' call requesting that her ballot be mailed to her residence and that it would be mailed later today so she can cast her vote in the Nov. 3 election. Problem is, Bruce said, Lois never made such a request - and she's probably not the only one this has happened to, he said."


2008 election cycle

Non-citizens registered to vote - October 7, 2008

"The former head of a Washington think tank specializing in immigration issues says that voter registration numbers in Texas and elsewhere may be inflated because of the presence of non-citizens on Voter rolls. David Simcox, former executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, released a study Tuesday afternoon that said an estimated 1. 8 million to 2. 7 million non-citizen immigrants in the Unites States may be illegally registered to vote, thereby potentially influencing the outcome of the upcoming presidential and congressional elections. The report also estimated that anywhere from 161,000 to 333,000 non-citizens may be registered to vote in Texas."


2006 election cycle

Dead people voting in Houston - October 9, 2008

"Linda Kay Hill, a homemaker and louisiana native, died Aug. 2, 2006, of a heart attack, her husband recalled, and is buried at Houston Memorial Gardens in Pearland. But Harris County voter records indicate she - or someone using her identity - cast a ballot in the November election that year. linda Hill of Woodwick Street voted in person on Election Day, records show. She is among the more than 4,000 people whose names are listed both on Harris County's voter rolls and also in a federal database of death records, a Texas Watchdog analysis has found. And dozens of those people, like Linda Hill, have apparently cast baUots from beyond the grave..."


Commissioner pleads guilty in Refugio - October 9, 2007

"A Refugio County commissioner pleaded guilty today to felony election fraud charges and will be jailed for three months, Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott said."


Five indicted in Starr County for election fraud - June 1, 2007

"At least four Starr and Hidalgo county political operatives have been indicted for voter fraud in what the Attorney General's office says was a large-scale effort to submit mail-in ballots for imaginary people in 2006's March Democratic primary election."


1960 election cycle

JFK won the Chicago Way - February 17, 2011

"Following Kennedy's election, he appointed his brother Bobby (who would seem to be somewhat underqualified, e.g. he'd never argued a case in a courtroom) US attorney general, and Bobby shut down all federal investigations into voting fraud."





Utah


2008 election cycle

New U.S. citizen registers without ID - October 30, 2008

"Medley said, “I filled out the card and I came up to this girl and she said ‘Thank you’. She turned around to leave and I said, ‘Excuse me miss, don’t you want to check my ID?'" According to Medley the worker looked at the new citizenship certificate only after she offered to show it to her. Medley put the last four digits of her social security number on the registration as required by law, but she points out that she had that number years before getting her citizenship."


2006 election cycle

Prosecutor in vote fraud case quits - June 15, 2008

"Daggett County Attorney Bryan Sidwell quit while in the middle of a vote fraud case. Twenty of the 51 defendants were still waiting to be arraigned when Sidwell removed himself, refusing to give a reason why. It is now up to the Utah Attorney General's office to take it themselves or appoint a special prosecutor."





Vermont


2012 election cycle

53 towns miss military ballot deadline - September 25, 2012

"In a letter sent Tuesday to Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos, Romney’s veterans’ affairs adviser Anthony Principi says delays by Condos’ office caused 53 towns to miss the 45-day deadline needed to ensure veterans receive their absentee ballots and can return them by election day."


No specific election cycle

Video exposes voter fraud-friendly policies - March 13, 2012

"The video, a sequel to O'Keefe's "Primary of the Living Dead" in New Hampshire, shows a Veritas agent entering various voting places around the state of Vermont, giving a different name each time. Each time, he is given a ballot without showing an ID, to his disbelief." [More here.]





Virginia


No specific election cycle

Leader of Fairfax County Dems. admits to voter fraud - July 1, 2012

"Katz – Do we agree with James O’Keefe that there is voter fraud? Del Aguila – At what percentage? Katz – What percentage is ok for you? Del Aguila – Six Sigma?"


Fraud probe nets charges against 38 - April 22, 2012

"An ongoing State Police investigation of voter fraud since 2008 has resulted in charges against 38 people. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports most of those cases have resulted in convictions, while 26 additional cases are still under investigation."


2012 election cycle

Poll watcher claims she witnessed massive fraud - November 17, 2012

"WMAL Listener and poll watcher Dara Fox discussed what voter fraud she believed she witnessed in Virginia. After hearing Dara tell her story, numerous other WMAL listeners wrote in and told their stories where they believed they witnessed voter fraud." [More here.]


Video snags Dem boss plotting vote fraud - October 24, 2012

"The son of Rep. Jim Moran, D-Va. – who serves as the field director for his father’s campaign – has been caught on video advising an undercover reporter how to fraudulently cast ballots in the name of registered voters by forging utility bills and relying on the assistance of Democrat lawyers."


Military absentee ballots going AWOL - September 6, 2012

"92 percent drop in absentee-ballot requests by military personnel in Virginia is raising concerns that the Pentagon is failing to carry out a federal voting law. With only 1,746 military voters in Virginia requesting absentee ballots so far this year — out of 126,251 service members in the state —the Military Voter Protection Project says the system has broken down."


Board of Elections finds 10,000 dead voters on rolls - August 23, 2012

"The State Board of Elections has identified 10,000 dead individuals on the Virginia voter rolls. The voters were identified through a data comparison between the Social Security Administration's death master file and the current list of registered voters in Virginia. Local registrars will now begin removing the names from the rolls, but the finding is likely the tip of the iceberg. Only 15 million of the 60 million records in the death master file have been matched against the state's voter list thus far."


Bedford County dead dog receives voter registration - June 18, 2012

"When Tim Morris got his mail last week he found a pretty big surprise, a document asking his dog Mozart to register to vote. Not only is Mozart a dog but he's been dead for two years." [Romney campaign asks state to investigate.] [More here.] [State drops the case.]


2011 election cycle

Congressional candidate admits election fraud - September 20, 2012

"Feda Morton, a high school teacher who once undertook a failed bid for Congress pleaded guilty to election fraud in a Fluvanna County court on Thursday."


2010 election cycle

Indictments in Arlington County - December 27, 2010

"The Arlington County Commonwealth's Attorney's office on Dec. 20 announced the indictment of two individuals on charges related to the gathering of signatures during this year's change-of-government effort. The documents charge Cheryl Simmons with voter fraud and William Cockerham with a false statement on a required state form. The indictments were handed down by an Arlington grand jury."


Virginia 11th's end game - November 8, 2010

"In Fairfax County voting machines failed to register over 800 ballots. In several precincts there were actually more votes than voters with voting machines reporting higher numbers of votes than the number of voters marked on the pollbooks as having voted. And there were 1,150 absentee ballots that had been mailed out to military personnel and other overseas voters but not yet received or tallied. Finally, adjoining Prince William County rejected over 280 absentee ballots. Fairfax County rejected another 200-300."


Crazed Democrats attack opponents - November 1, 2010

"This video depicts two men unleashing a string of racial epithets at members of Americans for Prosperity, who took the video. While flailing arms and shouting, the two also start yanking signs off of private property and throwing them aside, while saying, “This is public space. I pay taxpayer dollars while y’all to spread racism and bigotry.”"


2008 election cycle

Fraudster used Voter Participation Center form - July 28, 2012

"A convicted felon, living in Louisa County, Virginia, used one of the Voter Participation Center’s pre-populated forms to register to vote illegally and then cast a ballot in the 2008 presidential election. In January 2010, the felon pleaded guilty to two counts of election fraud and was sentenced to 10 years in prison with all time suspended."


Voter fraud investigated - April 22, 2012

"Results of an ongoing Virginia State Police investigation of voter registration irregularities from the 2008 general election may signal a more significant voter fraud issue than some state lawmakers realized."


Voter fraud indictments in Louisa County - October 9, 2009

"A Louisa grand jury last month indicted 57-year-old BonnieR. Nicholson and 55-year old Bernard L. Pace on charges of illegal voting on Nov. 4, 2008, and election fraud, forgery and uttering charges on different days. Within the last week, both Louisa resident Nicholson and Madison resident Pace turned themselves in to authorities." [More here.]


Another CVP employee charged - October 15, 2008

"Cassandra McNair was indicted today on three counts of felony election fraud for submitting registrations to the Norfolk voter registrars office that contained false information. McNair worked for Community Voters Project, which has been accused of turning in fraudulent voter-registration applications in other states."


Investigation into registration fraud leads to 3 arrests - July 26, 2008

"Three people hired by a nonprofit group to update voting records face prison terms after inventing names to make their job quotas, police said. The investigation shows that at least 60 to 80 names were made up. Detective Jeffrey Minter of Hampton’s property crimes unit said the group, Community Voters Project, required its canvassers to get at least 15 forms filled in a day to be paid. At least three individuals — there may be more — were unable to meet their quota, so they began to make up names on the voter registration forms."





Washington


No specific election cycle

Rebuttals to state's talking points on concealed counting - February 27, 2012

"An outstanding public citizen requested some answers from the Washington Secretary of State about the concealed counting going on inside our computerized vote-counting system. Predictably, she received a set of canned talking points. Below the talking points is a point-by-point rebuttal from Black Box Voting."


2012 election cycle

First state to offer voter registration on Facebook - July 18, 2012

"Washington, which has approximately 3.7 million registered voters, conducts elections entirely by mail and enacted online registration in 2008. Since online registration started, Hamlin said close to 500,000 voter registrations or address changes have been processed. Facebook, Washington state and Microsoft have teamed up to create an app that allows users to register on the social media site through the state's new "MyVote" app."


Dogs & dead people get election docs - July 13, 2012

"In this photo taken Wednesday, July 11, 2012, Brenda Charlston holds a photo of her long-deceased dog, Rosie, and a voter registration form for "Rosie Charlston" that arrived in the mail for the canine last month, in Seattle."


2010 election cycle

Illegal immigrants canvassing for Democrats - October 22, 2010

"The 42-year-old is one of dozens of volunteers — many of them illegal immigrants — canvassing neighborhoods in the Seattle area trying to get naturalized citizens to cast a ballot for candidates like Democratic Sen. Patty Murray..."


2004 election cycle

Gregoire and the 2004 Washington election - May 21, 2009

"The 2004 election was a crooked election and she [Christine Gregoire] accepted her crooked victory. That makes her a crook."


Analysis of the 2004 governor's election - March 2005

"Free and fair elections are indispensable to political freedom. Unfortunately, the election process in our state has been badly compromised, beginning many years ago according to some reports. The uncorrected problems grew exponentially, and a few more were added to the pile in 2004. By the time our November 2004 election came around, conditions for the perfect storm were at hand—and it occurred. As a result of significant abuses, ranging from fraud to incompetence, we must conclude that our November 2004 elections do not represent a full and fair vote tally of lawfully cast ballots."





Washington, D.C.


No specific election cycle

Is this how foreign company infiltrated D.C. elections? - January 19, 2012

"A U.S. elections officer who served in voting districts that partnered with a controversial online voting firm recently retired from his government position to work for the firm in question, the foreign-headquartered company SCYTL."]


Hackers infiltrate online voting trial - October 4, 2010

"After casting a vote, according to test observers, the Web site played "Hail to The Victors" -- the University of Michigan fight song. "The integrity of the system had been violated," said Paul Stenbjorn, the board's chief technology officer."


2012 election cycle

Journalists offered ballots in Eric Holder's name - April 9, 2012

"The first installment of our DC Primary investigation showcases our citizen journalists being offered ballots in the name of the nation's chief enforcer of justice, United States Attorney General Eric Holder." [More here.] [DOJ says evidence of voter fraud "manufactured."]





West Virginia


2010 election cycle

Vote fraud gun pulling gets man 8 year sentence - September 24, 2012

"A Lincoln County man who pulled a gun on an FBI agent and an investigator with the Secretary of State's office earlier this year is headed to prison for 8 years. That was the sentence handed down Monday to 62-year-old James Matheny by U.S. District Judge Thomas Johnston at the federal courthouse in downtown Charleston. Matheny will get credit for time served. Matheny, of Midkiff, was arrested back in February after the two men came to talk to him about an absentee ballot Matheny cast during the 2010 primary election. They were investigating voter fraud in Lincoln County."


Officials sentenced in vote fraud case - August 29, 2012

"A federal judge on Wednesday called election fraud "a festering sore on the culture and image" of West Virginia before sentencing a former Lincoln County sheriff and an ex-county clerk to prison for trying to flood the county's 2010 Democratic primary with fraudulent absentee ballots."





Wisconsin


2012     2011     2010     2008     2006     2004


2012 election cycle

Federal Job Corps vans used to bus voters - November 6, 2012

"Media Trackers has found federal Job Corps vans being used to bus voters to at least one polling location in the City of Milwaukee. A van with federal plates and driven by a Job Corps employee was seen pulling up to the small polling station at the Clara Barton Elementary School in urban Milwaukee shortly after 1:00 pm on Tuesday. A Job Corps administrator inside the polling place said the federal vans had brought approximately 125 Job Corps participants to the poll as of early afternoon. The administrator declined to give his name. The Job Corps is a division of the United States Department of Labor, a cabinet level agency that reports directly to President Obama, who is up for re-election today... Poll workers inside the location struggled to handle the extra traffic created by the Job Corps participants brought in from a nearby training facility. A number of them were first time voters who had to be registered using Wisconsin’s same-day registration procedure."


Gov't helping people commit voter fraud - October 17, 2012

"On its Twitter account, the Government Accountability Board, a so-called non-partisan election watchdog run by unelected bureaucrats tasked with running elections in the Badger state, has repeatedly tweeted out links to the state’s official voter registration form while helpfully noting that registrants do not need to prove they actually live in Wisconsin. “Open registration ends on 10/17 for the 11/6 election. No proof of residence is required,” one tweet reads."


Military voters told to submit ballots a week late - September 25, 2012

"The FVAB website incorrectly stated ballots must be returned by November 16. The actual deadline is 4 p.m. November 9. Any military ballots received in that intervening week would not have been counted by local and state election officials."


SEIU subpoenaed in Milwaukee - July 16, 2012

"New documents obtained by Media Trackers reveal that the Milwaukee County District Attorney's office recently subpoenaed the national office of the Service Employee International Union (SEIU) in Washington D.C. for the employment documents of a senior organizer currently under investigation for vote fraud in Wisconsin."


State declines to prosecute vote fraud - July 14, 2012

"Today, the Racine DA declined to prosecute over the manifold violations of election procedure in Racine, saying there was insufficient evidence of crime. This is after Van Wanggaard conceded to his Democrat opponent last week. The case was thrown to the Governmental Accountability Board of the State of Wisconsin, which is packed with libs, and their leader Kevin Kennedy rounded about on critics of the conduct of the election, stating that their complaints bring the validity of Wisconsin's elections into question. The GAB has at every turn, in every decision, favored liberals."


Racine voters allowed to cast ballots by mistake - June 25, 2012

"Thousands of voters who registered at the polls on recall election day in the City of Racine may not have signed the supplemental poll list as required by law, the MacIver News Service has learned. Individuals who register as new voters or change their voter registration on election day do not appear on the pre-printed voter rolls maintained by election workers. Those same-day registrants are added to a supplemental poll list, maintained at each polling location across Wisconsin. A space is provided on the Supplemental Poll List for new registrants to sign by their hand-written entry, and by law they are required to do so." [More here.]


Eyewitness alleges union vote fraud - June 5, 2012

"On WMAL’s The Chris Plante Show today a Michigan resident by the name of "Mike" called in to discuss how he had infiltrated a Michigan Union's organized bus convoy, en-route to vote in the Wisconsin recall election for Democrats. The caller claimed that Michigan’s “Democrat Unions” had organized a convoy of 4 buses, filled with Michigan Democrats, with the intention of voting for Tom Barrett in the Wisconsin recall election." [More here.]


Racine group offered free breakfast for votes - June 4, 2012

"A Racine area organization with ties to both the Democratic Party and a Chicago-based community-organizing group may have violated Wisconsin election law late last week."


20,000 felons signed Walker recall petition - May 23, 2012

"Put Wisconsin First has been cross-checking the names and addresses on the recall rolls, and they’ve discovered everything from tax evaders to sex offenders. Their latest discovery? Over 20,000 felons, including murderers and arsonists."


Judge who blocked voter ID signed Walker recall - March 7, 2012

"A Wisconsin judge on Tuesday granted a temporary injunction to stop the state's controversial new voter identification law, but Republicans immediately questioned it after records showed the judge signed a petition to recall GOP Gov. Scott Walker."


Union-backed judge denies Walker extension - February 17, 2012

"Dane County Judge Richard Niess refused to give Walker’s campaign the two extra weeks it requested to examine the signatures on the estimated 152,000 pages of petitions recall organizers turned into the Government Accountability Board… According to other reports, Judge Niess is a Democrat appointed judge who has been supported by AFL-CIO South Federation of Labor and the Madison Teachers Union."


ACLU fights sunshine in recall - February 3, 2012

"Judging by the ACLU's double standard, secrecy is warranted if exposure might reveal voter fraud. On the other hand, if exposure puts marriage supporters at risk for harassment by radical activists...well, then, that's okay."


Man finds his name 4 times on recall petition - February 2, 2012

"On Wednesday, local watchdog Citizens for Responsible Government in Racine reported that Racine native Jeff Demet's name was found four times on the petition to recall Republican State Senator Van Wanggaard. Finding the same signature four times is bad enough, but when Demet was contacted about the four signatures, he claims he never signed the Wanggaard recall petition at all!"


Recall petitions rife with invalid signatures - January 24, 2012

"There have been many concerns that thousands of fraudulent signatures would be counted in the recalls. During the 60 day circulation period, there were many reports of apparent recall fraud, including one man telling WISN that he had signed over 80 times."


Underhanded, fraudulent and illegal tactics - January 17, 2012

"Evidence is already mounting to suggest that Big Labor has used underhanded, fraudulent and illegal tactics to pad their petition numbers." [Man admits signing petition 80 times.] [Liberal group promoted duplicate signatures.]


Move to restore electoral integrity - January 13, 2011

"Senator Joe Liebham issued the following statement. “Requiring voters to prove their identity is a reasonable requirement and a key step in restoring confidence and integrity in Wisconsin’s election system. The vast majority of Wisconsin voters support this measure of responsibility and the legislature should approve this photo id legislation on their behalf.”"


2011 election cycle

Search warrant issued for SEIU operative - January 5, 2012

"On Wednesday, Milwaukee Assistant District Attorney Bruce Landgraf issued a search warrant for Florida SEIU organizer Clarence Haynes declaring there is "probable cause that Mr. H [Clarence Haynes] voted without the proper qualifications as an elector when he cast a ballot on April 5, 2011.""


State Sen. Lena Taylor accessory to voter fraud - November 22, 2011

"Media Trackers discovered that over 20 individuals voted, some illegally, from one of Senator Lena Taylor’s (D-Milwaukee) properties during the April 5, 2011 spring election. According to a Media Trackers open records request with the City of Milwaukee Election Commission, the property at 1018 N 35th St. in Milwaukee currently has 36 active voter registrations and at least 23 individuals voted using the address."


Vandals steal fleebagger recall petitions - April 17, 2011

"On Thursday Wisconsin conservatives announced that they had collected enough signatures 15,000 to recall fleebagger Senator Dave Hansen of Green Bay. Then this happened… Vandals broke into a Wisconsin political office late Thursday or Friday morning and ripped off the fleebagger recall petitions."


10,000 suspicious ballots in Dane County - April 7, 2011

"Wisconsin citizens and election experts are questioning the veracity of the state’s Supreme Court race, which the Associated Press reports left-wing legal activist JoAnne Kloppenburg won by 204 votes over Justice David Prosser, out of the more than 1.4 million votes. On an estimated more than 10,000 ballots in Dane County, Wisconsin, where the state capital Madison is, voters selected only a pick in the Supreme Court race, while leaving even the hotly contested mayoral and county executive choices blank."


City caught destroying ballots - April 6, 2011

"As if the situation in Wisconsin wasn't tense enough, it appears that one county in particular is going to a new extreme... For some reason one of the counties in the state is destroying ballots that 'were not counted' yesterday. Apparently this is a very bizarre and egregious move."


2010 election cycle

Prairie du Chien man voted twice - January 6, 2011

"A 74-year-old Prairie du Chien man pleaded guilty on Tuesday in Grant County Circuit Court to a misdemeanor charge of voter fraud for voting more than once in September. Irving Anders was fined $500 and ordered to pay court costs totaling $883."


Brown Deer man charged with election fraud - January 5, 2011

"Prosecutors in Milwaukee have charged a 62-year-old man with election fraud. According to a criminal complaint, Wayne Soward of Brown Deer was convicted of felony cocaine possession in 2003. He was on extended supervision when he voted on Nov. 2. Wisconsin law prohibits anyone serving a felony sentence from voting."


2008 election cycle

More votes than voters in Milwaukee - April 24, 2010

"After allegations of fraud surfaced, the Milwaukee police department's Special Investigative Unit conducted a probe. Its February 2008 report found that from 4,600 to 5,300 more votes were counted in Milwaukee than the number of voters recorded as having cast ballots. Absentee ballots were cast by people living elsewhere; ineligible felons not only voted but worked at the polls; transient college students cast improper votes; and homeless voters possibly voted more than once."


ACORN employees indicted for vote fraud - March 8, 2010

"According to the criminal complaints, Miles and Clancy served as Special Registration Deputies (“SRD”) for the City of Milwaukee in advance of the 2008 Presidential Election. Each worked for the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (“ACORN”). Miles and Clancy are each charged with the felony offense of Falsely Procuring Voter Registration as Party to a Crime." [More here.]


Milwaukee woman pleads guilty - October 12, 2009

"A woman in Milwaukee will serve three years probation for repeatedly registering individuals in an ACORN voter drive. Latoya Lewis, 19, pleaded guilty Monday to election fraud. A Milwaukee County Circuit Judge avoided the typical one-year jail sentence .. Instead, as conditions of her probation, Lewis must serve 30 days in jail, with work release privileges; she cannot, however, work on any voter registration drives."


Indictments begin for voter registration fraud - October 2, 2008

"A voter registration worker faces an election fraud charge for allegedly submitting dozens of fake names and addresses. A criminal complaint filed Monday in Milwaukee County Circuit Court said 21-year-old Endalyn Adams submitted the information as a worker paid by the Community Voters Project, one of two main groups being investigated. Hers is one of 49 cases that city election officials submitted to the district attorney for review. Nearly all involved the Community Voters Project or the Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now."


2006 election cycle

Man convicted of double voting - August 23, 2007

"Sure, Michael Zore told police, he'd voted twice in last November's election, using the city hall polling stations of two different Milwaukee County suburbs in the space of six hours. The evidence against him included him signing up to vote using a false address in West Allis, after he'd already voted in Wauwatosa. But Zore, 44, told a jury Wednesday there was a good reason he shouldn't be convicted of felony counts of double voting and giving a poll worker false information: He forgot."


2004 election cycle

4,500 more votes than voters in Milwaukee - February 26, 2008

"Well, the Milwaukee Police Department just released its report on the voter fraud allegations in the city, and dropped this bombshell: “The reports of more ballots cast than voters recorded were found to be true." How may more, you ask? More than 4,500."


Silence of the cheese - January 18, 2005

"According to state records, 83,000 people executed a same-day registration for Milwuakee County, which is more than 20% of all voting-age residents in the county."





National/General issues


2012     2010     2008     19th century


No specific election cycle

A sure cure for voter fraud - September 27, 2012

"There is one sure cure, which sounds draconian and maybe even weird, but which is simple, clear, fair and pure. We ought to revise our election laws so that Americans vote in elections the way that we used to do when all four presidents on Mount Rushmore were elected president: we ought to restore the public ballot."


America the vulnerable - September 26, 2012

"The Government Accountability Institute (GAI or “the Institute”) conducted an extensive eight month investigation into the potential for foreign and fraudulent online campaign donations to influence House, Senate, and presidential elections. The findings are alarming. As FBI surveillance tapes have previously shown, foreign governments understand and are eager to exploit the weaknesses of American campaigns. This, combined with the Internet’s ability to disintermediate campaign contributions on a mass scale, as well as outmoded and lax Federal Election Commission rules, make U.S. elections vulnerable to foreign influence." [Portal.]


160 counties have more registered than eligible - August 6, 2012

"A nonpartisan election integrity group has sent legal notices to 160 counties across the U.S. that it says have more voters on its registration rolls than actual live, eligible voters — and thus represent potential hotbeds for election fraud..."


State systems for overseas voters vulnerable - July 25, 2012

"A report on state voter systems evaluates each state on five criteria: 1) paper ballots or a paper record of electronic votes; 2) paper backup for electronic return of overseas ballots; 3) contingency plans at polling places if machines fail; 4) reconciliation of voter lists with vote/ballot totals; and 5) post-election audit of vote tallies."


Social Security Administration sells identities for $10 - July 19, 2012

"For $10, identity thieves can access the full name, Social Security number and other personal information of a dead person through a list of millions of deceased Americans, known as the Death Master File."


The left’s national vote fraud strategy exposed - May 8, 2012

"This report reveals the Left’s vote fraud strategy for the 2012 elections. Like a KGB operation, it is thorough, multi-faceted and redundant. It has overt and covert, illegal and legal elements, the latter of which are designed, at least in part, to facilitate illegal activities later. It is a deliberate, premeditated, comprehensive plan to win the 2012 presidential election at all costs, and is in keeping with the organizational methods, associations and ethics of the Community-Organizer-in-Chief, Barack Obama." [More here.]


The reality of voter fraud - May 2, 2012

"The 2012 elections will feature many close races, likely including the presidential contest. That makes concern about voter fraud and ballot integrity all the more meaningful..."


Democrats' Secretary of State Project

"The Secretary of State Project (SoSP) was established in July 2006 as an independent “527” organization devoted to helping Democrats get elected to the office of secretary-of-state in selected swing, or battleground, states; these were states where the margin of victory in the 2004 presidential election (between George W. Bush and John Kerry) had been 120,000 votes or less.1 One of the principal duties of the secretary of state is to serve as the chief election officer who certifies candidates as well as election results in his or her state.2 The holder of this office, then, can potentially play a key role in determining the winner of a close election."


73% in favor of photo ID for voters - April 16, 2012

"A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 64% of Likely U.S. Voters rate voter fraud at least a somewhat serious problem in the United States today, and just 24% disagree."


History of Voter Fraud - February 29, 2012

"Democrat Party machines have been stuffing ballot boxes for at least sixteen decades. I’m not saying that Repubs. have never been guilty of election day crimes, but history shows that the Dems have been far more successful at it."


Pew: Voting system inaccurate, costly, inefficient - February 14, 2012

"Approximately 24 million voter registrations in the United States are no longer valid or have significant inaccuracies... At least 51 million eligible citizens remain unregistered—more than 24 percent of the eligible population. More than 1.8 million deceased individuals are listed as voters. Approximately 2.75 million people have registrations in more than one state. About 12 million records have incorrect addresses..." [More here.]


Global Internet voting firm Scytl - January 12, 2012

"In a major step towards global centralization of election processes, the world's dominant Internet voting company has purchased the USA's dominant election results reporting company. When you view your local or state election results on the Internet, on portals which often appear to be owned by the county elections division, in over 525 US jurisdictions you are actually redirected to a private corporate site controlled by SOE software, which operates under the name ClarityElections.com." [More here and here.]


Keith Ellison's H.R. 3316 & H.R. 3317 - November 4, 2011

"A Minnesota congressman has proposed federal legislation that would impose his state’s type of voter registration – which leads the nation in voter fraud cases – on the other 49 states..."


Voting machines hacked by remote control - September 27, 2011

"It could be one of the most disturbing e-voting machine hacks to date. Voting machines used by as many as a quarter of American voters heading to the polls in 2012 can be hacked with just $10.50 in parts and an 8th grade science education, according to computer science and security experts at the Vulnerability Assessment Team at Argonne National Laboratory in Illinois."


18 ACORN workers guilty of election fraud - November 26, 2010

"So far this year, at least 18 former workers have admitted guilt or been convicted on varying charges of election fraud. The punishment has ranged from probation to several months of prison time."


Soros vote counters - November 2, 2010

"George Soros said he was staying out of the 2010 elections. It appears he wasn't exactly telling the truth."


Soros’s plan to seize state courts - November 1, 2010

"George Soros knows what he wants: appointed supreme court judges recommended by lawyer-driven commissions. Call us knee-jerk, but that may be one good reason why this is not a good idea."


Democrats will steal election if we let them - October 19, 2010

"The longstanding Democrat tactic of stealing elections threatens a reappearance on November 2. It would be foolish to pretend otherwise..."


8 of 19 9/11 hijackers were registered to vote - September 23, 2008

"The Motor Voter Act of 1993, which was the first piece of legislation that Bill Clinton signed into law, mandated that states have to accept postcard voter registrations and also offer people applying for drivers’ licenses the chance to register to vote. Several of the hijackers — they registered to vote when they got drivers’ licenses and other false ID."


Sequoia voting machines still controlled by Venezuela - 2008

"In April 2008, competitor Hart InterCivic attempted a hostile takeover of Sequoia. Court documents unearthed at this time revealed that Smartmatic still retained some financial control over several aspects of Sequoia."


"Could We Fix An Election? Sure." - 2004

"...from testimony following the 2004 election, this computer programmer makes clear UNDER OATH, of how easily it would be for an organization, be it Democrat or Republican, to “flip” the election outcome via a rather simple code. – a code this programmer himself easily manufactured. This is further confirmed at the 3:10 of the video where the programmer notes how the entire system can be “hacked” to control the final voting outcome."


2012 election cycle

How Widespread is Voter Fraud? | 2012 Facts & Figures - December 1, 2012

"Here are the facts:"


Foreign election officials amazed by U.S. system - November 6, 2012

"The most often noted difference between American elections among the visitors was that in most U.S. states, voters need no identification. Voters can also vote by mail, sometimes online, and there's often no way to know if one person has voted several times under different names, unlike in some Arab countries, where voters ink their fingers when casting their ballots." [More here.]


Ballots unlikely to reach military voters in time - November 5, 2012

"“DoD’s failure to fix this longstanding problem means that the blank ballots of thousands of overseas service members, as well as some who have recently returned from overseas, could be currently trapped in an archaic and inefficient mail forwarding system,” the senators wrote. “These ballots are unlikely to reach these service members until after Election Day has passed."" [More here.]


Ballots of troops in Afghanistan confiscated - November 4, 2012

"Michael Boynton, of Valrico, Fla., told Fox News that his son is one of the disenfranchised soldiers who may not be able to vote. “He said they gave out the ballots and before they could do anything — like mark them, they were ordered to return them,” Boynton said. “He said they were told the ballots were incorrect — but they were never given the so-called corrected ballots.” That was five weeks ago — and as of today those soldiers have not been given new ballots, he said."


RNC alleges voting machine troubles - November 2, 2012

"The Republican National Committee sent letters to election officials in Nevada and three other swing states on Thursday alleging “a significant number of cases” where voting machines cast ballots for President Barack Obama when the vote was intended for his Republican challenger, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney."


Military ballots for Afghanistan destroyed in crash - October 26, 2012

"Federal officials say that absentee ballots being sent to U.S. military serving in Afghanistan may have been burned in a plane crash. A top official in the Federal Voting Assistance Program this week notified election officials across the nation that a transport plane crashed at Shindad Air Base on Oct. 19."


Military voters still face trouble - October 20, 2012

"congressional Republicans have hammered the Pentagon for not following through on the requirements outlined in the 2009 legislation, leaving thousands of military personnel unable to cast their vote. The military vote tends to sway Republican, and with recent polls showing President Obama and GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney in a virtual dead heat, strong voter turnout by American service members could be the difference between a second term for Obama or a Romney White House. But in September, an investigation by the Pentagon's Inspector General found that numerous attempts to reach out to voter assistance offices on military bases overseas went unheeded."


Threatening letters to election watch groups - October 17, 2012

"A coalition of left-wing groups has sent threatening letters to election-watch groups and local officials around the country, accusing them of suppressing voting rights and violating laws. Targeting the Houston-based True the Vote organization, groups ranging from the AFL-CIO to the NAACP and ACLU warn that legal action will be taken if their demands are not met."


Fraud is an issue as absentee voting rises - October 6, 2012

"In four Western states, voting by mail is the exclusive or dominant way to cast a ballot. The trend will probably result in more uncounted votes, and it increases the potential for fraud. While fraud in voting by mail is far less common than innocent errors, it is vastly more prevalent than the in-person voting fraud that has attracted far more attention, election administrators say."


Pentagon not complying with law for military vote - September 6, 2012

"With another election lurking around the corner, the Pentagon is getting a bad review for its efforts to comply with a new law designed to make it easier for overseas military personnel to cast their ballots."


Justice Dept. blocking Voter ID at every turn - July 27, 2012

"People seemingly voting after they’ve been dead for years. Drug kingpins buying votes from poor people to sway elections. Non-citizens being bussed to the polls and coached on how to vote. Stories of voting fraud are shocking, and states have been taking action to make sure that elections are secure. But the Justice Department, led by Attorney General Eric Holder, has blocked states at almost every turn."


Vote fraudster group founded by Bill Clinton staffer - July 27, 2012

"A Judicial Watch investigation has found that the leftwing nonprofit under scrutiny for trying to register animals, dead people, infants and felons to vote was founded by Bill Clinton’s chief of staff and a top Democratic strategist with deep union ties."


Shady lib group making illegal robo-calls - March 11, 2012

"The organization “Occupy Women of the 99%” is not a registered PAC or lobbying group. And the group is making the calls anonymously – also illegally."


Soros-funded meeting of voter fraud deniers - November 1, 2011

"Last month, a collection of groups funded by George Soros held a conference on election law and the upcoming 2012 election. PJ Media has obtained details of the event from an attendee. Our eyes and ears are extensive. The meeting was one long attack on voter integrity efforts in the 2012 election. The sponsor was the Fair Elections Legal Network, a group that has received $105,000 from the Soros-funded Tides Foundation since 2007."


2010 election cycle

Soros the big loser in election - November 4, 2010

"Soros has been heavily invested in some pretty shady attempts at electioneering for Democrats. And fortunately, these efforts aren’t going very well."


Democrats' Final Recourse: Massive Vote Fraud - October 28, 2010

"These happenings are generally referred to as "mistakes" and "glitches," but if that's all they are, then we're witnessing a truly historic anomaly. Because either the mainstream media is now suppressing stories of mistakes and glitches benefiting Republicans, or the laws of probability have suddenly been rescinded and tossed coins are coming up donkey tails every time."


DNC got illegal campaign loan from BOA - October 27, 2010

"Shortly after Labor Day, as polls continued to sink, the Democratic National Committee (DNC) realized it needed a cash infusion for the upcoming midterm elections. Its chairman, former Virginia Governor Tim Kaine, turned to the Bank of America to secure a $15 million revolving credit line. Then, in the middle of this month, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) got another loan from BofA for an additional $17 million. What was their collateral?"


Left's voter fraud whitewash - October 27, 2010

"Denial isn't just a river in Egypt. It's the Democrats' coping mechanism for midterm election voter fraud. Faced with multiple reports of early voting irregularities and election shenanigans across the country, left-wing groups are playing dumb, deaf and blind. Voter fraud? What voter fraud?"


Democrats back third parties to siphon votes - October 22, 2010

"Seeking any advantage in their effort to retain control of Congress, Democrats are working behind the scenes in a number of tight races to bolster long-shot third-party candidates who have platforms at odds with the Democratic agenda but hold the promise of siphoning Republican votes."


Donor intimidation - October 18, 2010

"Lest one think that faceless corporations are the only ones threatened, think again. El Coyote Café -- a legendary Los Angeles restaurant -- got slapped with a boycott by the gay and lesbian community because the daughter of the owner had the temerity to support Proposition 8..."


How unions are stealing the election - October 7, 2010

"...we may not know until well after the November 2nd election if, in fact, America’s democratic election process will have become the victim of the biggest fraud in our nation’s history. What’s worse, with early voting beginning this week in many states, it may already be too late to do anything about it."


DOJ, SOS Project, and smear campaigns - October 7, 2010

"Under what used to be our system of government, the Department of Justice was charged with maintaining the integrity and honesty of the voting process. Since Eric Holder became Attorney General, the DOJ has become a political tool to protect Democrats."


2008 election cycle

More ACORN vote fraud - May 9, 2009

"On Monday, Nevada officials charged Acorn, its regional director and its Las Vegas field director with submitting thousands of fraudulent voter registration forms last year. Larry Lomax, the registrar of voters in Las Vegas, says he believes 48% of Acorn's forms "are clearly fraudulent." On Thursday, prosecutors in Pittsburgh, Pa., also charged seven Acorn employees with filing hundreds of fraudulent voter registrations before last year's general election."


19th Century

Poll taxes - undated

"In U.S. practice, a poll tax was used as a de facto or implicit pre-condition of the exercise of the ability to vote. This tax emerged in some states of the United States in the late 19th century as part of the Jim Crow laws. After the ability to vote was extended to all races by the enactment of the Fifteenth Amendment, many Southern states enacted poll tax laws as a means of restricting eligible voters..."





President Obama's relationship with voter fraud


2012     2010     2008


No specific election cycle

Stealing our elections - April 25, 2012

"Can anyone think of an innocuous reason that President Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder oppose state voter ID laws?"


Justice, Denied - November 2, 2010

"THE SECOND CHARGE made by Adams, Coates, and others is that DOJ voting rights official Julie Fernandes said in a section-wide meeting that the department would not enforce laws requiring removal of dead people and felons from voting rolls because those laws do nothing to help (Democratic) turnout."


2012 election cycle

Feds open investigation into Obama money - November 20, 2012

"Federal investigators confirmed an investigation has been opened into allegations that Barack Obama’s re-election campaign stuffed its war chest with illegal donations."


Evidence of massive Ohio election fraud - November 12, 2012

"Barack Obama received more than 99% of the vote in more than 100 precincts in Cuyahoga County, Ohio on election day. In fact, there were a substantial number of precincts where Mitt Romney got exactly zero votes. So how in the world did this happen? Third world dictators don’t even get 99% of the vote."


Obama lost in every state with photo ID law - November 7, 2012

"Remember all those lawsuits by Democrats demanding that any voter identification laws be repealed. Well, now we know why they filed them. They needed to steal the vote in certain key states so that Obama could be reelected. Curiously, Obama lost in every state that requires a photo ID to be produced before voting. A list of closely contested state elections with no voter ID, which narrowly went to Obama include: Minnesota (10), Iowa (6), Wisconsin (10), Nevada (6), Colorado (9), New Mexico (5) and Pennsylvania (20). This amounts to a total of 66 electoral votes. When added to Romney’s total of 205 electoral votes, that would give Romney 271 electoral votes, enough votes to win even without Ohio or Florida." [Was the election stolen?] [Obama likely won re-election through election fraud.]


DonorGate: Obama accepting foreign donations - October 21, 2012

"The Obama re-election campaign has accepted at least one foreign donation in violation of the law — and does nothing to check on the provenance of millions of dollars in other contributions, a watchdog group alleges. Chris Walker, a British citizen who lives outside London, told The Post he was able to make two $5 donations to President Obama’s campaign this month through its Web site while a similar attempt to give Mitt Romney cash was rejected. It is illegal to knowingly solicit or accept money from foreign citizens." [More here.] [I donated to Barack Obama.] [Obama accepts donation from Osama bin Laden.] [Campaign actively soliciting foreign donations.] [The illegal donor loophole.]


Ken Salazar violating Hatch Act - October 16, 2012

"Salazar, along with Sen. Udall, Sen. Bennet, and Gov. Hickenlooper participated in an RV tour of Colorado in support of President Obama’s reelection. As reported by the Colorado Observer, the Montrose County Democratic Party listed the RV tour stop featuring Salazar on its website. In the event listing Salazar was billed as the Secretary of the Interior, a possible violation of the Hatch Act’s prohibition on engaging in partisan political activity while acting in the capacity of a civil servant."


Staffer caught helping supporter vote twice - October 10, 2012

"Videographer James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas caught an official for President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign helping who she thought was an Obama supporter set herself up to vote more than once in November."


$181 million raised, only 2% reportable - October 6, 2012

"With an average donation of $53 from small donors, Obama has A LOT of donors who will never be disclosed and whose names aren't even known to the campaign. Tens of millions of dollars worth."


Untraceable hundreds of millions from overseas - October 5, 2012

"According to the sources, a taxpayer watchdog group conducted a nine-month investigation into presidential and congressional fundraising and has uncovered thousands of cases of credit card solicitations and donations to Obama and Capitol Hill, allegedly from unsecure accounts, and many from overseas. That might be a violation of federal election laws." [More here.]


Sebelius illegally campaigned - September 12, 2012

"Independent federal legal officials have concluded that Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius violated federal law by conducting political activity “in an official capacity,” according to a statement released on Wednesday. “Sebelius violated the Hatch Act when she made extemporaneous partisan remarks in a speech delivered in her official capacity on February 25, 2012,” the news release from the U.S. Office of Special Council states."


Amnesty voter registration drive begins today - August 15, 2012

"This week we will witness thousands of illegal aliens lining the sidewalks of embassies and consulates in order to obtain documentation that will allow them to remain in the country indefinitely, and eventually, sign up to vote for Democrats. This is all being done at the behest of our top law enforcement officers in contravention to our laws, yet there is nothing ‘we the people’ can do about it. Welcome to Obama’s America."


Candidate who won 42 percent sues for delegates - May 26, 2012

"The Democratic presidential candidate who won 42 percent of the vote in the Arkansas primary against President Obama has filed a suit against the state party, claiming it "stifled" voter enthusiasm by saying he was ineligible to win convention delegates, then withheld his fair share of them."


Obama reelection strategy: voter fraud - April 5, 2012

"He sure can’t run on his record, and people already proved to the media they aren’t “racists” by electing him in the first place despite his obvious lack of qualifications, so what makes Obama think he can get a four-year extension on his “fundamental transformation” of America? Two words: voter fraud." [Obama administration coordinating with left-wing groups.]


Obama campaign accepts donation from Hitler - April 2, 2012

"Try it. Make up a name and an address and donate to Obama. Then try it with the other two. Only Obama will accept the donation. Why is this important? Federal law prohibits any foreign nationals from financially contributing to any election in the United States." [More here and a video here.]


Uses state dinner as campaign prop - March 15, 2012

"The decision to whisk David Cameron off to a heavily televised college basketball game in Ohio, which just happens to be a crucial swing state, was both manipulative and demeaning, and should have been vetoed by Cameron’s advisers as inappropriate in an election year. But the use of an official state dinner at the White House to reward major campaign donors is even worse."


Administration rubber-stamping visas - January 3, 2012

"Higher-ups within U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services are pressuring rank-and-file officers to rubber-stamp immigrants’ visa applications, sometimes against the officers’ will, according to a Homeland Security report and internal documents..."


Holder's voter ID fraud - December 23, 2011

"The Obama Administration's re-election mobilization continues: Witness Eric Holder's attempt to play the race card and perhaps twist the law in a campaign against voter identification laws."


ACORN lobbying White House - December 8, 2011

"Leaders of the resurrected radical group ACORN are lobbying the Obama administration in what appears to be a concerted effort to game the electoral system to help Democrats, new evidence suggests. At least five Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now leaders have visited the White House this year alone."


Obama's ties to corrupt Project Vote - November 28, 2011

"When an incumbent’s prospect of reelection looks shaky, his temptation to take advantage of holes in the security of our election process is the greatest — especially if he believes he can engage in fraud without being detected. Should we be worried over President Barack Obama’s reelection campaign given his prior connections to Project Vote?"


2010 election cycle

Obama used DOE money to help Reid campaign - October 31, 2012

"President Obama claims that political considerations did not influence the Energy Department’s green energy loan program, but newly-released internal emails show that his administration subsidized Nevada companies in order to help Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., win his 2010 reelection campaign."


Holder AWOL on military voting - October 1, 2010

"The Justice Department is living down to its reputation for not caring about protecting voting rights of military personnel. With 20 full-time attorneys supposedly on the task, it has failed to do as much for military voters as a ragtag team of volunteer law students has accomplished. The department's inaction is suspicious."


DOJ enabling voter fraud? - September 24, 2010

"Maryland, Arkansas, Massachusetts, Oregon, ...Tennessee... Indiana, Mississippi, Texas, and Kentucky now have more registered voters than people of voting age."


Doing the DOJ’s job for them - September 7, 2010

"As the saying goes: if you want a job done right, you have to do it yourself. If Americans don’t want dead and ineligible felons participating in elections, they will have to clean up the mess themselves, as Attorney General Eric Holder won’t do his job by enforcing the integrity protections in the “Motor Voter” law passed in 1993."


Military voters soon to be disenfranchised - July 20, 2010

"Yet the primary entity responsible for protecting military voters, the Voting Section, decided not to pursue those states even though federal law (i.e., the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act) gave the section wide latitude to protect military voters."


2008 election cycle

Documentary about Obama stealing nomination - undated

"We believe The Democratic National Committee (DNC) made a grave error by depriving American voters of their choice of Hillary Clinton as Democratic nominee. Senator Clinton, by all accounts, except caucuses, won the Primary Election and, therefore, should be the 2008 Democratic Nominee. That didn't happen, due largely to illegitimate and illegal acts. We have interviews of many accounts from caucus states recounting threats, intimidation, lies, stolen documents, falsified documents, busing in voters in exchange for paying for "dinners," etc. There are at least 2000 complaints, in Texas alone, of irregularities directed towards the Obama Campaign..."


Obama manipulated election, took money from Russia - February 27, 2012

"First, the Democratic Party engaged in election tampering, a felony, by stuffing ballot boxes in Pennsylvania and Ohio. Second, the Democratic Party paid Jessie Jackson six figures to keep his mouth shut about political issues during the 2008 campaign. It was widely known at the time that Jackson had no use for Obama. And third, Russian money went to the campaign of Barack Obama much as Chinese money went to the campaign of Bill Clinton during the 1990s."


Hillary backers decry massive vote fraud - October 27, 2008

"Already in Iowa, the Obama campaign was breaking the rules, busing in supporters from neighboring states to vote illegally in the first contest in the primaries and physically intimidating Hillary supporters, they say. Obama’s surprisingly strong win in Iowa, which defied all the polls, propelled his upstart candidacy to front-runner status. But Lynette Long, a Hillary supporter from Bethesda, Md., who has a long and respected academic career, believes Obama’s victory in Iowa and in 12 other caucus states was no miracle. “It was fraud,” she told Newsmax." [More here.]





J.P. Travis columns about election fairness


Quick dirty review of 2012 election fraud - December 22, 2012

"It’s forty six days past Election Day and we’re starting to get a feel for how much cheating, fraud, and dirty trickery there was in this year’s election. As expected, it was pretty bad..."


Sputtering, misfiring, broken old democracy - May 19, 2012

"I spent the last couple days updating one of the pages at JPAttitude.com – specifically the page dedicated to election fraud. It was depressing work. The election system in this country is a mess..."


Election fraud 2010 - October 30, 2010

"Here’s your scary thought for Halloween tomorrow: on Tuesday, Democrats will poll ten to twenty percent higher in official election results than the legitimate number of votes cast for them."


60-40 - December 23, 2009

"You need a minimum of sixty votes for cloture in the U.S. Senate, so even one vote fewer and the American people would remain unencumbered by this onerous infringement upon God-given freedom. But, hey, that’s democracy, right? The Democrats won the last election, that’s why they have those sixty votes, so this is the will of the people, right?"


Democracy in the United States - Part 3 - November 7, 2009

"Does the U.S. have “fraud-free voting” and “honest vote counting?” Pshaw. One word says it all: ACORN."


Democracy in the United States - Part 2 - November 6, 2009

"Pretend that a man – lowlife by nature – was made a senator based upon nothing but family connections..."


Democracy in the United States - Part 1 - October 22, 2009

"Do we live in a democratic nation?"


Gregoire and the 2004 Washington election - May 21, 2009

"The 2004 election was a crooked election and she accepted her crooked victory. That makes her a crook."




August 2, 2013 - Read [this] link - this person used voter ID not only to vote in 2 elections, but also to create the illusion of legal presence. Here in 2013 now, no action has been taken despite her conviction... not a day of jail time served and only $415 of court costs to be paid. (For a Class 5 Felony) We continually REWARD aliens that break our laws, and give them more privileges than native citizens. I just wish you would post mugshots here. - Pete, Ohio
J.P. replies: I share your obvious frustration.

September 29, 2012 - Will you be posting the voter registration fraud currently in the news from Florida? - Pat, Washington
J.P. replies: You're referring to this: 10 Fla. counties report suspicious GOP voter sign-ups. The answer to your question is no, I won't be including that situation in my list because it's a Republican mess and Republicans don't systematically engage in election fraud like Democrats do. Notice it was the GOP itself who reported the contractor to state authorities... and fired the contractor. By contrast, the Democrat Party is STILL using ACORN after dozens of election fraud convictions around the country.

November 5, 2011 - I live in NY and I am very very concerned about voter fraud next year. Who can I contact about this? - Millicent W., New York
J.P. replies: Millicent, if you look at the top of this page, you will see a cartoon of a line of voters in front of an American flag. If you click on the flag it will take you to a list of Internet resources for Americans who want to fight election fraud. Good luck.

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