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  • Paperback: 456 pages
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse (March 31, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 144908527X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1449085278
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,347,619 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Proving Election Fraud  pulls back the curtain and exposes the pattern of election fraud over the past four decades.  The information is all there - if the experts care to look.
 --Michael Collins in "Scoop Independent News"

Anyone who cares about the truth and our democracy would do well to get a copy of this book ASAP.
--Mark Crispin Miller: Professor of Culture and Communication, NYU.

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    Contents
     Introduction                                                                                   1
  1  From Hanging Chads to Phantom Voters                                   5
  2 Media Lockdown                                                                          20
  3  The Simple Math                                                                         29
  4 Forbidden Data                                                                             40
  5  The Election Forecasting Game                                                  63
  6 Election Model: A Trip to Monte Carlo                                      71
  7  Exit Polls: Forced to Match                                                        78
  8 Calculating the True Vote                                                            97
  9 1968-1996: Age of Innocence                                                      101
10  2000: Shock to the System                                                         114
11  2004: Silent Scream of the Numbers                                         117
12  Ohio: Endgame                                                                           150
13  Florida: Phantoms in Cyberspace                                              157
14  New York: Urban Legend                                                          164
15  Oregon: Mail-in for Democracy                                                169
16  2006 Midterms: Quantifying the Risk                                       174
17  2008 Primaries: Operation Chaos                                              184
18  2008: Landslide Denied                                                              191
19  A Conversation about the 2008 Election                                   208
20  Myths and Anomalies                                                                 212        
21  Vote Swing vs. Exit Poll Red-shift                                             221
22  False Recall                                                                                226
23  A Simple Proof                                                                            236
 
     Appendix
A  Online Debates                                                                            245
1   USCV and the Implausibility of rBr                                            248
2   A View of the Exit Poll Debate                                                   291
3   Hobson's Choice                                                                          308                        
4   The Clincher                                                                                 332                        
5   The Game                                                                                     385
6   2006 Election Fraud Probability Analysis                                   387
7   Generic Polls for Forecasting the Midterms                              392
 
B   Election Fraud Analytics                                                             395
C   Response to the TruthIsAll FAQ                                               411
D   Election Models                                                                          429
E   An Open Source PC/Internet Voting System                             438
F   References                                                                                   440
     Acknowledgements                                                                      451
 

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By E. W. on November 5, 2012
Format: Paperback
The premise of the author's book is that Republicans have been able to systematically get an extra 5-10% of fraudulent votes counted. However, he is sure there is no fraud on the Democrats side. This is all done by taking raw data and not normalizing it at all.

Here is a quick example of his faulty thinking. Let's suppose a state where there are 50% registered republicans and democrats each. If news organizations talk to 10 people and 6 say they are democrats and voted democratic and 4 said they were republican and voted republican, the author would maintain that real electorate is 60% Dem and 40% Rep. When the election results come out and show a 50-50 tie, the author assumes a 10% fraud by republicans. He doesn't realize that he needs to normalize the exit poll with reality. The exit pollsters do not talk to everyone. They take a sample and then based on known demographics apply it accordingly.

For all of his charts, graphs and simulations, it is too bad he doesn't understand statistics at all. The only fraud that this reveals is the author's own thinking.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By David R. Wayne on July 16, 2012
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Richard Charnin is an expert in this field, the real deal, and, to put it simply-- He proves amazing things with numbers. He does amazing things with the data, and it isn't magic, it's Math. He's like that great teacher whom you (hopefully) had in high school, that took the data that everyone else could see but didn't know what to do with, applied proven formulas, and extracted dramatic answers from it all that you hadn't even suspected were there. He does that clearly and concisely and it has broad, striking implications. Great book.
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By Filip De Mey on January 28, 2014
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The book gives a lot of data, which allows to check the calculations and opinions.
It's instructive to learn that elections with paper-trail show a difference with exit poll's whitin the margin of error (2%), while elections without paper trail (touch screens 7%, optical scanner §%, mechanical levers (11%) punch cards (7%)are whitin the margin of error, except in a startling number of swing-state elections.
The vote-count in the US is simply too unreliable, and analysis of the data raise serious questions about very probable election-fraud in nearly all elections.
The only weak point is that the book too often repeats itself, sometimes even two times the same sentence on one page (e.g. pag. 101).
But if you are concerned about the state of the American democracy, this is a must-read!
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5 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Cliff Arnebeck on June 12, 2012
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Richard Charnin used to do the math necessary for the design of space craft and advanced fighters. Here he turns his professional skills to election fraud that consistently produces election results at great variances from both the "true vote" count and the vote count indicated by voters surveyed in scientific exit polls.

The survival of a constitutional democracy in the United States may well depend upon whether this important news is disseminated among the American people and law enforcement agencies before the November 2012 election in which both the Presidency and control of the United States Senate are at stake.

Cliff Arnebeck, Election Attorney
Columbus, Ohio
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John D. Rose on November 24, 2012
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More than you really want to know, but you feel that nothing has been glossed over or missed. A well researched, extensively cited study of dirty political tricks.
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