When does Voter Fraud occur in an election? Coming off the November 2020 Federal election, all should be aware of voter fraud. Right? On June 29, 2021, the Richland 2 Board of Trustees held an election for its officers for the School Year 2021-2022.
Does voting fraud occur -
when a person who is not eligible to run for office is nominated?
when the ineligible person fails to decline the nomination?
when the person conducting the election allows the nomination of an ineligible person?
when no elected member of the public body objects to the nomination of an ineligible person?
when the person conducting the election fails to ask the nominee if s/he accepts thenomination?
when persons cast votes for an ineligible person?
when persons who are not eligible to vote, do vote?
when the person conducting the election allows persons who are not eligible voters to cast ballots?
when the person counts the votes in a way that is confusing to the public?
when only one person counts the votes cast in a secret voting process?
when the votes are counted by the person conducting the election, particularly when he has a vested interest in the outcome?
when the person conducting the voting asks if he has received all the ballots; after all, he is holding all that he has received. How would anyone else know? The proper question is, have all ballots been cast? If there are seven voters and he is holding seven ballots, he should just so state.
Who or what agency should investigate this type of "voter fraud"?