vote fraud

Editorial
An editorial by The Chicago Tribune praising the action taken by U.S. Attorney James R. Thompson to bring those who committed vote fraud to justice.
George Bliss
William Currie
Although the Tribune's investigation into vote fraud produced a federal grand jury investigation, the Tribune finds that many ineligible voters are still registered to vote in the then upcoming election.
5 City, County Patronage Workers Among Indicted
Pamela Zekman
William Currie
Supplemental story to the Task Force Report examines the identity of those indicted in a federal grand jury vote fraud investigation
George Bliss
A federal grand jury investigation indicts 37 more people in their vote fraud investigation. Part of the Task Force Report on Chicago's vote fraud.
Robert Davis
Pamela Zekman
The vote probe in Chicago becomes a campaign issue in the race for the Illinois governor.
Vote Board Blocks G.O.P. Election Judges: LEAP
George Bliss
William Currie
LEAP, a voters' watchdog group in Chicago, weighs in on the solutions to vote fraud in the city, as a result of the Tribune's Task Force Report.
Precinct Data Is Sought in Vote Probe
George Bliss
Pamela Zekman
After indicting 40 election judges and poll workers on vote fraud charges, a federal grand jury investigation into Chicago's historic vote fraud subpoenas 15 ward committeemen for their rosters of precinct workers. The investigation is a result of the Tribune's task force report in to the city's vote fraud. This piece is a part of that series.
William Currie
The FBI investigates Chicago's West Side vote fraud after a Tribune task force report on the city's vote fraud.
William Currie
The Democratic controlled Board of Election Commissioners in Chicago reverses precedent and proposes a fraud check after upcoming elections, in part as a response to a Tribune series on vote fraud in the city.
Pamela Zekman
William Currie
Despite investigations into vote fraud, the chair of the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners opposes federal marshals overseeing polling places. Supplemental piece to Task Force Report on vote fraud in Chicago
Unsigned
The Chicago Board of Election Commissioners, currently in turmoil in part due to a Tribune investigation into their role in vote fraud, recruit new election judges by advertising in, among other places, The Chicago Tribune itself.
William Mullen
George Bliss
Reports on the money paid to one of Kusper's associates through the Chicago Board of Elections Commissioners. Supplemental to the Tribune's task force report on vote fraud in the city.
William Currie
Part of the Tribune's Task Force Report on vote fraud in Chicago.
William Currie
Part of the Tribune's Task Force Report on vote fraud in Chicago. This piece reports on the expansion of the investigation by Federal prosecutors to include a new 1971 election contest
George Bliss
William Currie
Supplemental to the Task Force series on vote fraud in Chicago, this piece reports on the Illinois House elections subcommittee's investigation into the fraud.
Unsigned
a supplemental piece to the Tribune Task Force Report on vote fraud in Chicago.
William Currie
Part of the Tribune's Task Force Report on vote fraud in Chicago's Board of Election Commissioners. This piece reports on the storage and moving of voting machines and materials which, as the Tribune reports, were entrusted to favored companies instead of competitively bid upon. The companies were paid well above standard rates for their services.
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