Secretary of State doesn’t enforce the laws he doesn’t like, critics say

By   /  October 29, 2014  /  Abuse of power, Nevada, News, Politics & Elections, Power Abuse, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

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Nevada Secretary of State Ross Miller is the man in charge of enforcing state election law. But critics say he “selectively enforces those laws,” and he shouldn’t be attorney general.

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Group sues Maryland over ‘illegal’ voters

By   /  October 27, 2014  /  Immigration, Maryland, National, News, Virginia, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

'WE ARE AMERICA': After immigrants rallied in Washington, D.C., for legal status, Maryland is sued for allegedly allowing non-citizens on its voting rolls.

An election-watch group is suing Maryland over the alleged presence of noncitizens on the state’s voting rolls.

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Voting officials scoff at a recount, so citizen groups take action

By   /  October 23, 2014  /  Nevada, News, Politics & Elections, Transparency, Voter Fraud  /  No Comments

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By Carlo Maffatt |
LAS VEGAS  — Your next representative in Congress could end up being, well, somebody like Mike Monroe, if something isn’t done about the electoral system, critics say.
Fed up with voting machine discrepancies, some folks are taking matters into their own hands and are organizing grassroots efforts to reduce voter fraud and electoral […]

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Supreme Court’s blockage of WI voter ID law only temporary, election reform expert says

By   /  October 10, 2014  /  News, Politics & Elections, Voter Fraud, Wisconsin  /  No Comments


By Adam Tobias | Wisconsin Reporter
MADISON, Wis. — The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday may have blocked Wisconsin’s voter identification law, but an election reform expert is calling the decision purely procedural and expects the requirement to be in place at some point in the future.
The high court didn’t give a reason for its decision in a brief […]

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3.7 percent of voters in Burlington’s last big election not on rolls

By   /  October 8, 2014  /  Issues, News, Politics & Elections, Vermont, Voter Fraud, Voter Registration  /  No Comments

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Unpublished data from Burlington’s last big election reveals a significant number of votes were cast by individuals whose names were not on the statewide checklist.

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NC: Will judges decide to change voting rules less than 40 days before the election?

By   /  September 29, 2014  /  North Carolina, Voter Fraud, Voter Registration, Watchdog Arena  /  No Comments

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By Ann Kane |
Should North Carolina change its voting rules less than 40 days before a general election?
A three judge panel from the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, based in Richmond,met in Charlotte on Thursday to hear arguments from plaintiffs asking for an injunction against new voting rules established by HB 589 in 2013.
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