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Election Watch

 

Fighting For Free & Fair Elections

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Our Story

 

Between 1978 and 2004, a 2010 review concluded that 61% of elections examined from more than 170 countries showed some signs of election manipulation and fraud, with significant fraud in 27% of all examined elections. Since the early 2000s, a process known as election forensics has been used to examine the integrity of elections in various countries, including Afghanistan, Albania, Argentina, Bangladesh, Cambodia, Kenya, Libya, South Africa, Uganda, Venezuela and USA.[6][2][7].

 

What We Do

Watch Legislative Movements Related to Voting

Did you know that many of the things done to manipulate elections, are done indirectly at different levels before the elections even happen.

Keep Track of Candidate Contributors + Decisions

Follow the money and see if the candidate decisions are aligned with the people or their pocket.

Publish Information About Election Manipulation

Educating people on relevant topics is one of the best ways to fix the problem. An informed population is harder to manipulate.

Call Out Those Who Threaten Free & Fair Elections

Bring light to those who have acted poorly in their duties to their government and their fellow man.

With Your Help, We are Making The World a Better Place

If a country calls itself a Free Country, and offers elections for the people to choose their leaders, those elections should occur free of manipulation. We’re making it a mission to see that happen for people around the world.

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Our Mission & Approach

We know that manipulating elections happens around the world. We know that it’s generally bad for the affected nations when it happens. When it’s negatively affecting the health of a population, it’s economy, it’s culture, or it’s environment, then it’s a problem.

Voting integrity and election manipulation issues range from the clear to obscure, often requiring an understanding of players, and their agendas.

Election forensics are methods used to determine if election results are statistically normal or statistically abnormal, which can indicate electoral fraud.[1] It uses statistical tools to determine if observed election results differ from normally occurring patterns.[2] These tools can be relatively simple, such as looking at the frequency of integers and using 2nd Digit Benford’s law,[3] or can be more complex and involve machine learning techniques. – Wikipedia – Election Forensics