This article is truly frightening. It tells the story of a small Texas businessman and his wife who decided to become politically active and incurred the wrath of the Federal Government for doing so.
Keep in mind that the primary purpose of True the Vote-- the organization founded the man's wife-- is to ensure that voter rolls are accurate, and truly reflect the proper list of registered voters.
For their efforts, the family has been visited by OSHA, the IRS, the FBI, and the BATF; that's just the list thus far. They have been singled out by members of Congress for scrutiny and investigation by the Attorney General (a man whose own integrity is decidedly and demonstrably lacking).
All this because they wanted lists of registered voters to be true and correct lists whose integrity was unimpeachable.
At least two questions are prompted by reading this article: is there evidence of voter fraud in US elections that would warrant a concerted effort to "True the Vote"? What do we learn about the established power structure that moves aggressively against a group desiring to ensure voting lists are correct?
The answer to the first question is an obvious yes. There is certainly evidence of election fraud in the US.
There this case in which a programmer testifies before the Ohio State Legislature to writing an election fraud program.
Then there's the case of the Ohio poll worker who voted for Obama several times:
So yes, there is plenty of evidence that our elections are fraudulent and need to be "trued."
The second question is far more important. What can we learn about a power structure that is threatened by an accurate voting process? That demonizes those who seek election integrity? I think it's obvious that we have a regime that shares much in common with a typical tin-pot dictatorship and its respect for the rule of law.
We are turning into a banana republic because of the evil actions of those in the ruling class. America- we get the government we vote for. Or don't vote for. Or that someone else has voted several times for.