Election Justice USA Report: Did Voting Issues Cost Bernie 184 Delegates?

Chicago Board of Elections: Audit Numbers Didn't Match Election Day Results

An EJUSA author said that one member of Chicago's Board of Election admitted that the audit numbers didn't match election day results. In addition, a citizens' monitoring group said in sworn testimony that numbers were adjusted to force the audit to match, EJUSA's report states. In Iowa, the Des Moines Register was so disturbed by the irregularities that they wrote an editorial called "Something Smells in the Democratic Party." Lawsuits were filed in Illinois based on these questions (see EJUSA page 15.) One question involves machines used in Chicago's early voting, called AVEC Edge II Plus. In 2008, scientists from the University of California said those machines could be hacked without breaking security seals and spread to all machines within a county, according to EJUSA's report. (Getty)