"Votescam" by James and Kenneth Collier recounts a fascinating and daring investigative reporting project - to figure out how the American voting system works. How can the outcome of elections be predicted so accurately by "exit polls," and how are the votes counted so fast? Why is so much of the process secret?
This is the weirdest, wildest, and most astonishing nonfiction detective story of the 1990s, an explosive investigation that tracks down, confronts, and names the Establishment crooks who elegantly steal the American vote for their own profit. It comes face to face with a Supreme Court justice who rigged a vote fraud case; the most powerful female publisher in America, who won't let her newspapers and TV stations deal with vote-rigging; and a cast of politicians, computer wizards, professors, lawyers, newspeople, aristocrats, CIA operatives, outraged citizens, conspiracy buffs, and crusaders involved in a scandal of unthinkable dimensions.