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The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), a United Nations partner on democratization and human rights projects, will deploy 44 observers from its human rights office around the country on Election Day to monitor an array of activities, including potential disputes at polling places.
Of course the biggest source of potential election fraud is our voting machines. In recent years there have been a multitude of very serious “irregularities” that have been produced by computerized voting. For much more on this, just check out this article for a long list of very serious voting machine problems over the past decade.
It is just so easy to hack into computers these days, and just changing a very small percentage of the votes can completely change the outcome of an election.
On this upcoming election night, stay alert for any reports of voter fraud or statistical “irregularities” in the results. I have a feeling that the integrity of the results may be a major issue this time around.
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