Jerry Jackson, the same New Black Panther member who intimidated voters in 2008 back at the same polling station, allegedly instructs voter to vote straight Democrat, then proceeds to threaten same voter.
Several of us conducted a Citizen’s Exit Poll during the primary election on November 2, 2010 at a polling location near the 101 and University in Tempe, Arizona. This particular location served two districts: Tempe 7 and Tempe 12. We exRead Letter
The creator of a controversial ad urging Latinos not to vote has conceded he broke from his own advice. Robert de Posada, president of the Republican-affiliated Latinos For Reform, admitted to the news station TBD that he voted in Virginia by abse
In the 18 years that he has been a police officer in Bangor, James Dearing couldn’t think of a single time when someone has asked him to turn over his firearm. Until last Friday.
U.S. District Judge James Teilborg ruled Monday that Maricopa County voters may wear a "tea party" T-shirt when they vote on Tuesday. The temporary restraining order prohibits Maricopa County polling workers from telling voters they must cover or
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"How are we supposed to "throw the bums out" when we can't be sure that our votes against corrupt and criminal incumbents won't be flipped and counted for them?"
The Goldwater Institute Scharf-Norton Center for Constitutional Litigation represents Mark Reed, who intends to vote Tuesday while wearing a T-shirt that says “Tea Party: Principles Not Politicians” and includes a “Don’t Tread on Me” logo.
Among those who saw the video was J. Christian Adams, who was in his office in the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division in Washington. "I thought, 'This is wrong, this is not supposed to happen in this country,' There are armed men in front of
The irony is hard to miss: Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.), the co-architect of one of the most sweeping campaign finance measures in U.S. history, was accused by Democrats of breaking that very law. But the McCain campaign called the allegations a basele
This Case Is About Forcing Maricopa County Election To Follow The Law – Nothing More, Nothing Les
Isn't it a coincidence that this warehouse holds Harris County voting machines and this fire happens a day after a story breaks about 18,000 out of 25,000 voter registrations are determined to be fraudulent?????
Validation (?) of the Ballot Tabulation Machines by 42 Republicans, 42 Democrats, and 1 Libertarian with a videocamera.
A Libertarian candidate for Licking Co. commissioner challenged the county Board of Elections over donkey and elephant figurines - symbols of the major political parties. James Snedden won his quest to have them removed - sort of.
Warning! Video has very bad words in it... The following video is dedicated to the 310 candidates running in the Republican and Democrat primary for the 106 Job openings this November in Arizona politics. By the end of this election cycle data will s
Why did Arizona's two main gubernatorial candidates, Gov. Jan Brewer, former secretary of state/head of elections, who contracted for highly criticized and easily-hacked Diebold and Sequoia ballot scanning systems, and Attorney General (AG) Terry God
A group of diverse individuals including Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Barry Hess, former Republican state Senator Karen Johnson, and voting activist John Brakey are suing Maricopa County Recorder Helen Purcell, alleging that Maricopa County El
Research discovered flagrant ILLEGAL violations of Arizona Election Laws. The interlocking pattern of deliberate subversion of security measures makes manipulation of vote counting easy, leaving elections vulnerable to undetectable fraud.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 14, 2010; 5 PM POTLUCK; 6:30 PM MOVIE John Brakey and Jim March of AUDIT-AZ Will be attending and will be explaining this issue to everyone's satisfaction!
If you've ever wondered what it would look like if a state attorney general's office were to actually investigate a voting machine tampering incident, here's an up front an personal report on just that.
A legislative candidate can't use a profane, racially charged phrase to describe herself on the ballot, an election oversight board decided. State law allows independent candidates to have 5 words describing themselves placed after their names on the
You'd think, with it being so easy to verify stuff these days, that people in office, (or pretending to be) would at least 'fess up' when they are caught red-handed, but not the good folks at "Clean elections". Same old S*!@, when it comes to Libert
Bev Harris - Founder - Black Box Voting - www.blackboxvoting.org / Chris Lawless - Ran Free State Project Liberty Forum 2008, 2009, 2010
Alvin Greene, the obscure jobless man whose come-from-nowhere victory in the June Democratic primary for U.S. Senate created a national furor, had legitimate sources of income to finance his $10,400 primary entry fee, law enforcement sources said Fr
Despite a near unanimous Supreme Court decision Thursday that Washington state can release the names of the roughly 138,000 people who signed ballot petitions to overturn a same-sex domestic partnership law, the case is far from over.
Judge Vic Rawl's official protest against the results of South Carolina's Democratic U.S. Senate primary election last Tuesday --- when he was purportedly beaten by Alvin Greene, a jobless man who didn't campaign and didn't even have a campaign websi
Arthur Furano voted early -- five days before Election Day. And he voted often, flipping the lever six times for his favorite candidate. Furano cast multiple votes on the instructions of a federal judge and the U.S. Department of Justice as part of a
In 12 of 15 Arizona counties, voters received publicity pamphlets directing them to non-existent polling places. Proposition 100, the 1-cent per dollar sales-tax increase, passed. No one has suggested the error affected the outcome of the vote.
Ernest Hancock shares his history of libertarian activism on the issue of voting. Ernest has presented oral arguments before the 9th Circuit on election law and run for Arizona Secretary of state twice and Maricopa County Recorder in a successful eff