Coalition Against Election Fraud

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Coalition Against Election Fraud formed in response to the numerous reports of voting irregularities and election law violations that took place during the 2004 election. There were 57,000 complaints of voting violations delivered to the House Judiciary Democrats. When hundreds of thousands of voters are affected by machine problems and acts of voter suppression, it calls our American democracy into question.

A delegation of CAEF members visited Washington, D.C. to ask Senators to object to the certification of the election. On January 6, Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones and Sen. Barbara Boxer submitted an objection to the certification of the election, forcing the House and the Senate to break into a two-hour debate on voter disenfranchisement in Ohio. We have transcripts of the House debate and the Senate debate from

We are pleased that the Massachusetts electors have passed a unanimous resolution calling for an investigation into the voting irregularities in the 2004 Presidential election.

We have audio from our Jan. 3 Rally for the Republic and our December 12 demonstration available for download.

CAEF is a member of

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Taking Action

If you aren't sure what you can do to help, then take a look at our Next Steps flyer.

This link makes it easy to write your election officials in support of paper ballots.

Create a letter to your state official to ask that hand-recountable optical scan ballots be used rather than DREs.

Our next meeting will be held on Thursday, January 26, 2006 at 7 pm at 620 Commonwealth Ave (BU biology building) in Boston, Room 117. Do not park in the parking lot in front of the building or you will get towed.

We have a low-volume announcement list.
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If you still have vigil-related questions, please contact us at

Links to some outstanding websites: