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WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Why We May Not Be Able To Trust Alabama’s Vote Count

The Alabama special election for the US Senate is today. Whatever the final vote — can it be trusted? For our What You Need To Know series on Writers Voice, Francesca spoke with John Brakey of Election Defense Alliance and attorney Chris Sautter, two long-term election integrity activists. They sued the state of Alabama to improve the integrity of the election. They won in court – but then lost in a last-minute backroom deal between the state GOP and the Alabama Supreme Court.

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Bev Harris: Are Minority Votes Counted As Lesser Than Other Votes?

Bev Harris of BlackBox Voting. org explains how votes of minority workers are flagged, enabling them to be assigned lesser values in the final vote count. Continue reading

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We’ve spoken before with journalist lulu Fries’dat about her report An Electoral System in Crisis. That report examined statistical anomalies in the 2016 presidential primaries. She and her team of statisticians found evidence of possible vote rigging in both political parties.

This week, we speak with Fries’dat about troubling findings in her new report on the Florida Democratic primary between Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Tim Canova, An Unpredictable, High Stakes Election.   Continue reading