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Election Rigging

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  • Voter fraud allegations widen in Vernon

     
    The city of Vernon on Wednesday was roiled by allegations of widespread voter fraud, including charges that outsiders were brought in to influence the city’s first competitive election in years. The Chamber of Commerce says that nearly 30% of the......
  • Russian students start website to discourage election fraud

     
    Far from home in Boston, Mikhail Panko watched as thousands of Russians flooded onto the streets of Moscow in December, protesting alleged election fraud. They vowed not to let it happen again. And Panko decided he would help them -- online. His...
  • Indiana secretary of state convicted of voter fraud

     
    Indiana secretary of state: An Indiana jury early Saturday morning found the state's top elections official, Charlie White, guilty of six of seven voter-fraud-related felony charges....
  • Indiana's top elections official faces voter fraud charges

     
    Indiana’s top elections official arrived Tuesday morning at the Hamilton County Courthouse to face voter fraud charges....
  • Tens of thousands protest alleged election fraud in Russia

     
    Russia Protests: Tens of thousands of protestors take to the streets of cities across Russia Saturday to express their outrage over alleged voter fraud in Sunday's election....
  • Aide to ex-Maryland governor found guilty of election fraud

    Aide to ex-Maryland governor found guilty of election fraud
    A Baltimore jury today found Paul Schurick, former Maryland Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.'s campaign manager, guilty of election fraud and related charges for his role in an election day 2010 robocall. The jury found Schurick guilty on all four counts in...
  • Russians vote amid signs ruling party's dominance is slipping

     
    Russians went to the polls Sunday to chose lawmakers amid accusations of election fraud and signs that the ruling United Russia faction might see its overwhelming majority in parliament shrink or even disappear....
  • Alarcon sets fundraiser for state Assembly bid

     
    Los Angeles City Councilman Richard Alarcon may have spent much of the past year fending off a grand jury indictment accusing him of perjury and voter fraud, but that hasn't stopped him from eyeing a bid for a state Assembly seat....