During the course of 2017, FFEC will look into a number of issues of concern involving the 2016 presidential election. Visit this page to find information posted about the following topics:

  • HACKING & DISINFORMATION: Did a foreign government choose our president? What is the evidence? How can we tell the facts from propaganda? How can we protect our elections from cyber-warfare?
  • INACCURATE PREDICTIONS & THEIR EFFECT ON THE OUTCOME:  Leading up to and throughout Election Day, the media, polls, and statistical models confidently projected a Clinton victory. How did the experts get it so wrong? Does the difference between predictions and results cast doubt on the integrity of the vote? Did the predictions themselves influence the outcome?
  • VOTER FRAUD & VOTER SUPPRESSION:  What about claims that millions of non-citizens voted in 2016? Will these allegations be used to disenfranchise minority voters? What can be done to clean up the rolls without jeopardizing the rights of legitimate voters?
    • States Should Refuse Request for Private Voter Data. July 3, 2017. Like most of the country's election integrity and voting rights organizations, FFEC believes that the states should refuse a request from a presidential commission for private voter data beyond what is publicly available. Read why we think the states have the right to withhold the information and why we suspect the commission may use false assertions about voter fraud to justify new restrictions on voter registration and participation. 

January 2010

Why Florida Must Insist on Changes to the DS 200

Problems with ES&S' newly certified optical scanner led to lost votes in Florida's 2008 general election.  Because of our findings, the state of Wisconsin has already required changes to the new optical scanner's overvote feature.  The Brennan Center at NYU is also citing our findings in its request to New York state that it mandate similar changes.  Read a concise summary of our findings and our recommendations for changes to the system to prevent unnecessary vote loss.

Also read our Fact Sheet on overvoting in Miami-Dade on the DS 200 in the 2008 presidential election and how the overvote problem disproportionately affected the county's minority voters.

Sarasota's Vanished Votes (An Investigation into the Cause of Uncounted Votes in the 2006 Congressional District 13 Race in Sarasota County, Florida
A report on flaws in the ES&S iVotronic voting system
by Susan Pynchon and Kitty Garber

Lost Votes on the ES&S iVotronics in Florida’s 2006 election
by Kitty Garber
Part I
Part II

The Hursti Hack and its Importance to Our Nation
by Susan Pynchon

Florida Improperly Certified the Diebold TSX
by Susan Pynchon

A Crazy Way to Run an Election
by Susan Pynchon

The Truth About Diebold
by Susan Pynchon

FFEC Investigation of Paul Craft, Kate McGregor
and the Freeman, Craft, McGregor Consulting Group

The following report and comparison table expose major discrepancies between Kate McGregor’s consulting-group resume and her official state personnel file

Freeman, Craft, McGregor Group, Inc. - New Information about Paul Craft and Kate McGregor

Kate McGregor Employment Comparison Table

Kate McGregor's resumé presented by Paul Craft to Bruce McDannold, Interim Director of Voting Systems Certification in California

Florida Division of Elections Personnel File for Kathleen A. (Kate) McGregor, now partner with Freeman, Craft, McGregor Group

Florida Division of Elections Personnel File for Paul Craft, formerly Chief of Florida's Bureau of Voting Systems Certification, now partner with Freeman, Craft, McGregor Group

Home | Contact Us | Calendar | Forum | Action Alerts | Donate Now
Who We Are | News, Events & Videos | What You Can Do | Investigations, Issues, Legal Actions
Public Election Records | Legislative & Government | Election Organizations | Support & Giving

Florida Fair Elections Coalition
112 West New York Avenue, Ste 211
DeLand, FL 32720

©2009 Florida Fair Elections Coalition
Web Design by Tinker Graphics
Web Hosting by PlanetUSofA