Skip to comments.Vote Report: Help NPR Identify Voting Problems
Posted on 11/01/2008 11:17:59 PM PDT by steve-b
If you have any voting problems, NPR wants to hear about them. As part of Twitter Vote Report a project born out of a collaboration of volunteer software developers, bloggers and the NPR social media desk we'll be monitoring voting irregularities, everything from long waits and broken voting machines to polling places with insufficient ballots.
An interactive map will track election problems reported by voters. The map will display eyewitness reports as they come in, so most of them will not be verified by NPR. As reporters look into some of them, you'll find stories on our voting problems page....
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Does NPR mean Democrat and ACORN cheating.
That’s about the only game in town.
I guess ACORN doesn't count......go screw yourselves NPR...
NPR? This is setup for Obamabots to send in made-up stories.
“everything from long waits and broken voting machines to polling places with insufficient ballots.”
Yeah, NPR doesn’t mention the elephant in the room of the fraudulent registrations in the swing states. Government funded NPR sees themselves as watchdogs for voting irregularities that might result in Obama missing a few votes, but doesn’t concern itself with wholesale ACORN fraud.
If Twitter is used, all the "followers" should be able to see everyone's "Tweets". There should be broad transparency with this medium. Don't use email.
How about dead people voting, or people putting down the wrong park bench number when they registered
Hey! A black guy with tattoos walked past my polling place while I waited in line. I felt very intimidated and somewhat suppressed. It could happen. I’m just sayin...
Anyone reporting vote fraud problems ONLY to Liberals, expecting serious prolonged investigative reporting is in need of a reality check.
FR is a good backup/audit trail....
Hey NPR, I’ve got a voting problem. One of the candidates on the ballot for President is not a U.S. citizen.
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