Articles tagged with: election integrity
Melissa S. Green of Bent Alaska and Linda Kellen Biegel of The Mudflats were were the guests last week of Alaska Commons for an hour-long on-camera discussion of issues surrounding the botched April 3, 2012 Anchorage municipal election. Alaska Commons posted video from the discussion last Friday; we repost it here, with some additional commentary.
The Anchorage Assembly will hold a work session on election recount issues at City Hall on Friday, June 15. The topic will be the 15-precinct hand recount of of the botched April 3 Anchorage municipal election, and will include a report by members of the Recount Group which called for, and observed, the hand recount.
Anchorage election: 10-voter Recount Group to prepare findings on recount problems, many which have been ignored
The Anchorage hand recount is done — or at least as done as the Municipality is willing to do it, despite its failure to conduct the recount according to the rule of law. Tonight the Anchorage Assembly will vote on recertifying the April 3 election. The 10-voter group which requested the recount plans to issue a report of its findings on numerous errors made during the election and the hand recount.
Anchorage election: Duke confirms she told election workers not to worry about broken security seals on voting machines
Anchorage Deputy Municipal Clerk Jacqueline Duke has confirmed an election worker’s report that she instructed election workers not to worry about broken security seals on the Diebold AccuVote voting machines used in the April 3 Anchorage election, according to a story published this morning on The Brad Blog. Duke’s instruction directly contradicts instructions in the election handbook, and creates additional questions about the integrity of the election process.