voter fraud

Mail Ballots Are Vulnerable To Fraud

In today’s ProJo, Steven Frias — writer, lawyer, and Rhode Island’s Republican National Committeeman — suggests we need to tighten up the current mail ballot system. His analysis of the city’s last mayoral election makes for very interesting reading. The voting patterns in the South Providence wards were pretty fishy. As it stands now, any […]

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You Think Their Awning Is Shabby — Get A Load Of The Director

Executive director of the Rhode Island Board of Elections Robert Kando has his own agenda, one that does not include verifiable open elections, or even his own board of directors. Last month Kando submitted election-related legislation on the board’s behalf without actually giving the board or their lawyers a chance to review the proposals. According

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Hey ProJo, remember 2006? Anybody?

The Providence Journal editorial staff has apparently been drinking the Kool-aid.  In Sunday’s editorial ‘ACORN’s voting machine’ they make no mention whatsoever of the other, much more sinister and much more likely, explanation for these sudden ‘voter fraud’ claims, even though it is exactly the same series of events that caused the Department of Justice

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