Protect Your Vote
October 20, 2008, 1:00am

Since voter fraud and voter suppression is still very much an issue in the upcoming election, I wanted to post a section on some of the best articles written by experts on this complex issue and provide information on who to contact if you experience voting problems. It’s so important that Americans are aware and educated so they can insure that their votes are properly counted.

VIDEO: “Protecting Your Vote” Mark Crispin Miller on Bill Moyers

Transcript of Mark Crispin’s ¬†interview with Bill Moyers.

Thousands Face Mix-Ups In Voter Registrations In New Databases, Many

Are Wrongly Flagged as Ineligible

Block the Vote – Will the GOP’s campaign to deter new voters and

discard Democratic ballots determine the next president?

USA Today cited “accusations of voter fraud and voter suppression” but

omitted examples of voter suppression

States’ Attempts to Clean up Voting Lists Result in Unlawful Voter

Purging and Suppression

Treasure Coast officials calling residents on ‘no match, no vote’ list

Judge Rules Michigan Voter Purging Program Illegal

Ohio GOP loses fight to contest new voters, The Supreme Court on

Friday threw out a lawsuit brought by the Ohio Republican Party that

could have made it easier to challenge tens of…

The Real Issue Isn’t Voter Fraud, Its Vote Suppression (Joe

Rothstein’s Commentary)

Here are some articles on voting machine glitches and the wise move away from electronic-ballot voting systems that are discernibly switching votes in West Virginia in early voting

Did Washington waste millions on faulty voting machines?

Some early W.Va. voters angry over switched votes

Jackson County touch-screens switched votes, 3 residents say

While flagging illegal practices, don’t overlook machine error

Day before early voting, glitch found with machines

Vote Count Error Caught in New Mexico Machines

By Kim Zetter EmailOctober 07, 2008

Officials find, fix glitch in New Mexico voting machine

Places to Report Any Voting Problems You Experience

Unfortunately most states do *not* yet require that local election

officials record or make public voting problems that occur and could

be used to evaluate and improve election systems

YouTube Asks Voters to Record Poll Problems

Problems Voting in the General Election? Report Your Issue Here

1-866-OUR-VOTE; 1-866-MY-VOTE1 Launches: Next Generation in Voter Support