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ALG Foundation Statement on Polling Violations In Massachusetts

January, 19th, Woburn, MA—Americans for Limited Government Foundation’s project leader in the Massachusetts Special Election ballot integrity project,  Dan Tripp, issued the following statement on numerous polling violations, as reported by Washington News Alert:

“Based on our field reports from around the state, it’s clear that the Coakley campaign is playing fast and loose with the electioneering laws.  Our reporters and poll watchers have documented numerous sign violations at polling locations.  Where appropriate we have worked with election officials to correct these problems. “

“We call upon the people of Massachusetts to report violations to elections officials and to both the Brown and Coakley campaigns.”

Coakley campaign tip line: 617-351-6866

Brown campaign tip line: 877-505-2010

WNA Links on Violations:

Warden a no-show, police open machine:


Poll Worker: “We have to call city hall” before signs removed:


More Coakley Signs Greet Voters at Polling Locations:


Sign might be a violation:



3 Responses to “ALG Foundation Statement on Polling Violations In Massachusetts”

  1. uberVU - social comments
    on Jan 19th, 2010
    @ 9:55 am

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  2. Hot Air » Blog Archive » Open thread on MA election: Big turnout seen despite weather; Update:No exit polls today, says WSJ
    on Jan 19th, 2010
    @ 11:21 am

    [...] Update II: The Wall Street Journal reports in its Political Diary (sent by e-mail) that there won’t be any exit polling in Massachusetts today.  Why?  Well, apparently Democrats weren’t the only people expecting a walkover, but there’s also good news: Mr. Brown’s surge was so sudden that many of the usual accoutrements of closely-contested elections are missing in the Bay State. One is exit polls. There will be none tonight from Massachusetts, disappointing journalists and political scientists alike. As Mike Allen of Politico.com reports, the consortium of news outlets that normally organizes such surveys didn’t bother when the race was expected to be a blowout and now “wasn’t confident a reliable system could be built so fast.” Another casualty of the expectation that the race would be a cakewalk for the Democrat will be an absence of absentee ballot fraud, the preferred method of putting an illegal thumb on the scale in a close race. Applications for absentee ballots had to be submitted by last Friday, providing little opportunity for those with ill intent to organize such an effort once they realized the race had tightened up. That may be why Isabel Melendez is trying to pass some absentee ballots out on the streets now. Update III: Here’s the Mike Allen post at Politico’s Playbook: A DAY WITHOUT DATA: No exit polls from today’s Senate special in Massachusetts, where the polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. The consortium scrambled to put something together — for the “why,” more than for the call — but wasn’t confident a reliable system could be built so fast. After all, it was just nine days ago that the Boston Sunday Globe carried the banner headline, “Senate poll: Coakley up 15 points.” (Note to self: In a volatile political environment, don’t save a poll conducted Jan. 2-6 for the paper of Jan. 10.) Oops. Update IV: If you see voter fraud in Massachusetts today (really see it, as in witnessing and can testify to it), report it via this link. [...]

  3. America's dumbest home videos: Allegations of rampant Massachusetts voter fraud! Caught on camera! - Phlog
    on Jan 19th, 2010
    @ 3:28 pm

    [...] 11 am, ALG has seen enough. They've got video evidence of a sign being out of place. An alert goes out to all its members: "Based on our field reports from around the state, it's clear that the Coakley campaign [...]

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