The Board of Elections, which has a $750 million annual budget and a work force of 350 people, reacted in classic bureaucratic fashion, which prompted one city paper to deride it as “a 21st-century survivor of Boss Tweed–style politics.” The Board approved a resolution referring the DOI’s investigators for prosecution. It also asked the state’s attorney general to determine whether DOI had violated the civil rights of voters who had moved or are felons, and it sent a letter of complaint to Mayor Bill de Blasio. Normally, I wouldn’t think de Blasio would give the BOE the time of day, but New York’s new mayor has long been a close ally of former leaders of ACORN, the now-disgraced “community organizing” group that saw its employees convicted of voter-registration fraud all over the country during and after the 2008 election."
Voter Fraud: We
"Florida election officials announced that by cross-referencing voter rolls with driver's licenses and other materials, they believed 2,600 registered voters were in fact not U.S. citizens, and that they were looking into the records of another 180,000 registered voters. "
Is Voter Fraud a Real Problem?
"It's one thing to lose badly to the other guy, but it's another to get absolutely no votes. None.
That's what happened to Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in 59 Philadelphia voting divisions, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer."
Zero Votes for Romney, 'Dozens of Black' Voters Prompt Cries of Voter Fraud - ABC News
Voter Fraud Doesn't Exist, Despite Any And All Evidence | The Daily Caller
12 former officials indicted for voter fraud - WALB.com, Albany News, Weather, Sports
This one is a possible reason for the low reported numbers...
"RALEIGH, N.C. -
One of the more compelling arguments for voter identification is the suppression of voter fraud. But for North Carolina, the number of cases of voter fraud reported by the state Board of Elections is minimal.
In 2012, nearly 7 million ballots were cast in the general and two primary elections. Of those 6,947,317 ballots, the state Board of Elections said 121 alleged cases of voter fraud were referred to the appropriate district attorney's office.
That means of the nearly 7 million votes cast, voter fraud accounted for 0.00174 percent of the ballots.
Looking back at the 2010 election cycle -- which was not a presidential year -- 3.79 million ballots were cast and only 28 cases of voter fraud were turned over to the appropriate DA's office. So in 2010, voter fraud accounted for 0.000738 percent of ballots cast.
The state Board of Elections acknowledges that far more cases of voter fraud are reported each voting cycle. But the majority of those cases are deemed unfounded and never referred to the DA's office."
Widespread voter fraud not an issue in NC, data shows - WNCN: News, Weather, Raleigh, Durham, Fayetteville
If the Board of elections doesn't do their jobs and report it to the DA then it disappears....
Shorewood man charged with 13 counts of voter fraud
Robert Popper: Political Fraud About Voter Fraud - WSJ
Voter Fraud in the US: Documented - Discover the Networks
How much evidence do you need, and from how many different places?
This quote sums it up from my last link...
"By definition, those who perpetrate [voter fraud] seek to go undetected, and it is a circular argument to say that there is no need for better law enforcement because our current lax enforcement hasn’t caught many violators."
Are you kidding me? With elections decided on razor slim margins today, even small instances of fraud can turn elections...See Frankin.