Citizen exit poll

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Election Defense Alliance, Election Integrity and The Warren Poll are organizing Election Verification Exit Polls as a safeguard against election theft. Exit polling provides an independent check on "official results" reported by suspect computerized voting systems.

From the Election Integrity Call to Action:

Citizen exit polls are conducted to:

  • extend our ability to ascertain the veracity of official reported voting results;
  • detect specific indications of election fraud, which can be further investigated;
  • develop citizen polling as a means to detect and deter fraud; and
  • give citizens the tools to take control of their elections and their government.

For more information, see: Election Verification Exit Polls Project 2008

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