Monthly Archives: September 2015

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‘Voting Machines Are Being Manipulated’ – Kansas Statistician Explains Her Remarkable Allegations, Evidence

Whether statistician Beth Clarkson, PhD, head of Wichita University’sNational Institute for Aviation Research, is ultimately proven correct, today’s must-listen, in-depth interview with her on The BradCast should remind us all, once again, why neither election officials nor voting systems are simply to be trusted. Without the ability to carry out public oversight, democracy vanishes. That’s…

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Democratic group accuses GOP candidates of illegally coordinating with Koch political network

A Democratic legal watchdog group has filed a new Federal Election Commission complaint against 11 GOP presidential candidates, the Republican National Committee and several groups in the Koch political network, saying their participation in a data-sharing arrangement violates coordination rules. In a complaint sent to the commission last week, the American Democracy Legal Fund seized…

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Beth Clarkson: Allow an audit of voting tapes

Some Kansans appear to see my research into the integrity of our electronic voting machines as an attack on Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state, and on Tabitha Lehman, the Sedgwick County election commissioner. Others appear to see my statistical analysis of voting results in 2014 as an attempt to overturn that year’s elections….

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Kansas’ Kris Kobach Exceeded His Election Authority, Rules Judge

Topeka judge has denied a move by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach to quash a lawsuit challenging the state’s two-tier voter registration system and said Kobach has exceeded his authority with the way he runs elections. Micah Kubic, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union in Kansas and Missouri, called the ruling a…

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Kobach and Sedgwick County Seek to Block Release of Voting Machine Records

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach and Sedgwick County election officials have asked a court to block the release of voting machine logs.  Kobach contends records sought by Wichita State University mathematician Beth Clarkson aren’t subject to the Kansas open records act, and their disclosure’s prohibited under state law.  Clarkson says what she’s seen so…

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