2008 Primary Elections as a Voter Confidence Game: Evidence and Analysis

The 2008 election season has been fraught with widespread voter registration breakdowns, suspect caucus maneuvering, and "surprise" upsets in which reported election results confound all expectations raised by pre-election voter trends and contravene the exit polls with reversals frequently in the double digits.

Beginning with New Hampshire, New Mexico, California, Ohio, Texas, (even Rhode Island!), we will be adding more evidence as the election deception is pulled and twisted into whatever distorted taffy confection the election cooks think the American public will swallow.

Introducing the standout feats of believe-it-or-not from the primary season so far is Jonathan Simon with his article,
"Big Julie's Blank Dice and the Texas Two-Step: Thoughts on March 4th and Computerized Elections".