Were Tuesday’s results surprising? Yes. Were they fraudulent? Almost certainly no.
Photo ID requirements don’t prevent absentee ballot fraud, which is prohibitively difficult to mass-produce.
Kris Kobach isn’t anti-voter fraud. He’s just anti-voting.
Kansas talks a big game about the integrity of its elections, apparently with no interest in following through.
Nothing is more dangerous than a black man (or woman) with a vote.
“The Secretary’s eleventh hour Directive… disenfranchises… Ohio voters and violates state law.”
Will kamala Harris step up and prosecute obvious money-laundering by big-money Koch-funded attack groups?
Andy finds multi-hour lines to vote in black neighborhoods and no lines at all in white ones. Imagine that!
And the poll watcher, of course, wasn’t concerned.
“When the polls close in most other democracies, the results are known almost instantly.” Not in America.
First they said “computer glitch,” now it’s “human error.” Uh huh. Always at the minority polling places.
Romney’s facing a mass exodus of donors and the sudden end of efforts to sign up new voters (as a result of scandal).
Firm took large sums of money from both Romney campaign and RNC, and was working in 7 other swing states.