Democracy Lost Report

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Democracy Lost: A Report on the Fatally Flawed 2016 Democratic Primaries – Table of Contents

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Table of Contents
I. INTRODUCTORY MATERIAL 3
A. ABOUT ELECTION JUSTICE USA 3
B. Acknowledgements 3
C. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 4
II. SUMMARY of Direct Evidence for Election Fraud, Voter Suppression, and Other Irregularities 9
A. Voter Suppression 9
B. Registration Tampering 10
C. Illegal Voter Purging 10
D. Evidence OF fraudulent or erroneous voting machine tallies 11
E. Miscellaneous 11
F. Estimate of Pledged Delegates Affected 12
III. Legal Actions Taken by Election Justice USA and Other Parties 13
A. LAWSUITS FILED OR YET TO BE FILED 13
1. ARIZONA 13
2. New York 14
3. ILLINOIS 15
4. OHIO 15
5. CALIFORNIA 16
B. The Impact of Shelby County vs. Holder on Voting in the 2016 Primaries 18
IV. Documented Types of Voter Suppression and Election Fraud in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Primaries 21
A. Direct voter suppression 21
1. Reduction in polling places disproportionately affects Sanders’ vote share 21
2. Six different ways of targeting No Party Preference (NPP) Voters in California 22
B. Registration tampering 28
C. ILLEGAL VOTER REGISTRATION PURGES 34
D. INACCURATE VOTING MACHINE COUNTS 36
1. Exit Polls and Computerized Vote Counts 36
2. Clinton’s Vote Share Increases with Precinct Size, Independent of Demographic Factors 48
3. Hackable Machines 65
E. The Democratic National Committee (DNC) Obstructed the Sanders Campaign and Colluded with Corporate Media Outlets to Marginalize and Smear Senator Sanders 71
1. Use of Superdelegate Pre-polls to Shape Media Narrative About Primaries 71
2. Evidence from the WikiLeaks DNC Email Archive 71
V. Evidence for Fraud or Suppression in EACH Primary Phase, State-by-State 73
A. INTRODUCTION 73
B. Early States 74
C. Super Tuesday (March 1) 78
D. March 2 – March 15 82
E. Arizona 89
F. New York 90
G. April 26 91
H. May Contests 91
I. June Contests 92
J. States REQUIRING FURTHER ANALYSIS 95
VI. Conclusions and Recommendations 95
A. Conclusions 95
B. RECOMMENDATIONS 95


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