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Ushahidi to report anomalies on political elections

I would like to use Ushahidi to report anomalies on political elections in my Estate.
Here in Veracruz we have 212 municipalities and the main problems during electoral campaigns and on the election day are:

ballot box disturbance
violation on the norm of secret vote
Results falsification
Violence
Fake Ids to vote
Vote buying

among others

I'm sure that using this tool to inform about the irregularities will help authorities to be aware and do something about it

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Comment by Diego Bank on April 22, 2010 at 12:41am
How would you tell if someone had a fake ID, and who would be monitoring in each of the 200+ municipalities?
Comment by Claudia Flores Saviaga on April 22, 2010 at 12:44am
Each municipality has its own political partie representative looking after the polls, deployed all over the municipalities and when the people vote there are citizen checking every id againts their files, so any citizen or representative can denunciate any irregularity
Comment by Rahul Dewanjee on April 22, 2010 at 10:45pm
Thank you for sharing your pro-active ideas of 'citizen journalism' and inspiring me in particular and all of us in general how technology-driven "Ushahidi" network can build urban resilience to protect the rights of ordinary citizens in exercising their franchise. +1 for courage to make such a personal intervention to instill "functional" democracy through free and fair elections in your own area.
Comment by sunnydupree on April 23, 2010 at 3:07pm
This is wonderful. democracies all over the world need this type of program!
Comment by Ken Eklund on April 29, 2010 at 1:48am
Great idea. This could mobilize inspectors to reach spots where fraud was happening before the evidence disappeared. Ushahidi shines a light!
Comment by Laura Dawson on June 1, 2010 at 8:56am
Well done! The light of Ushahidi can only shine where it is 'turned on'. The politics of voting is so important.

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