Election Fraud 2006: Quantifying the Risk by Michael CollinsQuicklink submitted by Joan Brunwasser Permalink
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|Scoop co-editor Alastair Thompson: One might have expected that with three years notice something might have been done. But four years later in 2006 the election machinery is if anything more vulnerable to manipulation than it was back in 2002. The unfortunate truth is that the level of electoral malfeasance required for the GOP to maintain control of both the House and Senate is much smaller than you might assume it to be.|
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