John Fund

Columnist for the Wall Street Journal

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Columnist for the Wall Street Journal and author of Stealing Elections: How Voter Fraud Threatens Our Democracy

John Fund on KCRW

With the presidential election just weeks away, both parties have lined up thousands of lawyers.

Voter Suppression, Voter Fraud and Dirty Tricks

With the presidential election just weeks away, both parties have lined up thousands of lawyers.

from To the Point

After Florida’s
contested presidential election in 2000, Congress mandated a transition to
electronic voting.    In 2004, new
technology caused confusion and controversy, as…

The Integrity of the Ballot Box

After Florida’s contested presidential election in 2000, Congress mandated a transition to electronic voting.   In 2004, new technology caused confusion and controversy, as…

from Which Way, L.A.?

After Florida's contested presidential election in 2000, Congress mandated a transition to electronic voting.  In 2004, new technology caused confusion and controversy, as hundreds of…

The Integrity of the Ballot Box

After Florida's contested presidential election in 2000, Congress mandated a transition to electronic voting.  In 2004, new technology caused confusion and controversy, as hundreds of…

from To the Point

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