Stop Election Fraud: Volunteers needed for 2008 Data Forensics Project
Election integrity activist Bruce O'Dell and ElectionDefenseAlliance.org are putting together an online searchable database to track and compare, precinct by precinct, election data results from 2008 going back to the 1990's. This will serve as a statistical analytics tool for researchers, and may help uncover and document evidence of "errors" or even outright election fraud. If you have Excel, email and want to help make sure US elections are accurate and reflect the People's will, you're welcome to volunteer! Details in the article.
What is the EDA Election Data Capture Project?
As you know, more and more voters cast ballots on machines without audit mechanisms, and even when some kind of paper record is available, in practice the official tally of optical scan and DRE voting machines is accepted without question. EDA believes that this is not good enough. One of the few remaining means of assessing the integrity of the voting process in America is to gather and analyze detailed, precinct-level voting records. By building a single database of detailed election data from all over the country, we should be able to identify, through statistics, places where there may be problems -- accidental or deliberate -- in accurately tallying votes. For example, if the partisan balance in election returns in two precincts with historically similar demographics and historically similar voting histories suddenly changes when new voting equipment is installed, well, that well might be of concern.
If the same pattern emerges for precincts all across the country, well, that would truly be something of major concern.