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Law professor demonstrates that the results of the 2000 presidential election correspond to an 18th century historian’s prediction of conditions accompanying the downfall of democracy.


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A Texas woman who cast her vote for all Democratic candidates discovered her ballot marked for Bush/Cheney.


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The outcome of Washington Redskins home football games has correctly predicted the winner of every U.S. presidential election since 1936.


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Maps show similarity between 2004 U.S. presidential election results and pattern of free vs. slave states in pre-Civil War America.


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Chart shows relationship between 2004 electoral vote result and voter IQ.


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A 1967 news article reported terrorist efforts to disrupt elections in South Vietnam.


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Voice actress Nancy Cartwright was elected mayor of Northridge, California.


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A mayoral election in Ecuador was once won by a foot powder.


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Article relates the plight of women’s suffrage advocates who were arrested for picketing the White House in 1917.


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U.S. election boards will be enforcing rules against passive electioneering on Election Day 2008.


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Voters with outstanding warrants or unpaid traffic fines face arrest by undercover officers at polling places.


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Voters need to be cautious when using “straight ticket” voting in the upcoming presidential election.


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All the seats in the U.S. House of Representatives will be up for election in 2010.


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The Obama administration disenfranchised 2.8 million overseas military voters by failing to send them absentee ballots on time.


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President Obama has sold the tabulating of votes in U.S. national elections to SCYTL, a Spanish company run by a donor to his campaign.


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Ronald Reagan would have been unable to vote under current voter ID laws until 1991.


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The Obama campaign is seeking to restrict military voting in Ohio.


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Voters can cast their ballots for the November 2012 general election by telephone.


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Going into 2012, Republican presidential candidates have won every election held on November 6th.


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It is illegal to take a photograph of your ballot and post it to the Internet.


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The selection of a U.S. President can be thrown to the House of Representatives if electors from one-third of the states do not cast Electoral College ballots.


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List cites instances proving voter fraud in the 2012 U.S. presidential election.


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The Miami-Dade County Elections Department has implemented a policy to close the bathrooms at all polling facilities.


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Megyn Kelly claimed Colorado voters can print ballots at home due to a new law.


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Voting machines in Cook County, Illinois are rigged to favor Democrats.


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The Republican Party of Virginia reported that voting machines were miscalibrated and favored a Democrat candidate.


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A South Carolina exit poll asked voters whether black people had gotten “too demanding” in the push for equal rights.


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Mexicans are required to have a government-issued photo ID cards in order to vote in federal elections.