“Voter Fraud a Myth? That’s Not What New York Investigators Found”

In 2013, the New York City Department of Investigation tested the city’s voting system to see how susceptible it is to voter fraud. The results weren’t encouraging:

Ninety-seven percent of the barely disguised phony voters were allowed to vote unimpeded, and none was referred for criminal charges or officially reported to the Board of Elections. One can only imagine what a sharp operator trying to fix an election could do by flooding polling places with ineligible voters.