Fraud & Election Reform
What do we do now?
1. Support those who are investigating fraud committed
in past elections, so that people guilty of crimes are indicted
In the United States House of Representatives,
Representative John Conyers leads is pushing for full investigation
of irregularities in the 2004 elections. Visit the website of
Committee on the Judiciary Democratic Members to access
Representative Conyer's January 6th report: "Preserving
Democracy: What Went Wrong in Ohio" and to learn what is
Recount Team David Cobb and Michael Badnarik, Presidential
candiates for the Green and Libertarian Parties, respectively,
worked to recount ballots in Ohio and now are working to defend
"The Fraud Fighting Four" - lawyers who are now being targeted
by Republicans in power in Ohio.
USCountVotes is new, volunteer scientific research
project to objectively investigate the accuracy of elections
in America .
2. Support groups that are working for national voting reforms.
We must review the Help American Vote Act and pass much, much stronger
laws to ensure free and fair elections.
The National Ballot
Integrity Project lists among it allies MoveOn.Org, Democracy
for America, Common Cause, Verified Voting Foundation, Black
Box Voting, True Majority, Working Assets, Rock The Vote,
People for the American Way, Lawyers Committee on Civil Rights,
Communities United for Justice & Peace, Computer Professionals
for Social Responsibility, and more.
3. Learn how election fraud can occur and educate others,
especially elected officials.
an Election Vote Counting Program
Movie (1) (2)
Fraud Slide Show
They Could Steal the Election This Time by Ronnie Dugger
Herrin, Information Security Professional & Life-Long
Fraud: What They Aren't Telling You
4. Act at the local and state levels to make certain that technology
and procedures in our local elections allow for free and fair elections.
Voters Unite! "Myth
Breakers for Election Officials" has been delivered to 836
local election officials. There are still many to go!
Locally, the Committee
for the Preservation of Democracy, a subgroup of BPAC, supported
Bloomington City Councilmemeber Dave Rollo in writing and passing
Bloomington Indiana City Council Resolution 04-26: To
Recognize the Importance of Democratic Transparent and Fair Elections.
Know who is on our team and support them! These patriots
have stepped forward to do the tough work -- now they deserve
our long-term support in words, actions and dollars:
Visit "Thank you,
Patriot" to view wonderful photos of Americans honoring
the leaders of the January 6th election contest: Representative
Conyers, Representative Tubbs-Jones, and Senator Boxer. Be
sure to check out the "Hall of Fame" and "Honorable Mention" links
to read the statements of those who spoke out to contest the
election, to begin the process of election reform.