Question 1: In Germany there are
currently calls for reform of these laws because lawsuits can be
and are usually prolonged by the newly elected ________ [18 ]
Question 2: For example, ________ achieved
his dictatorial powers due
to the Enabling Act of 1933, and achieved
the necessary two-thirds majority to pass the Act by arresting
members of the opposition.
Question 4: In the United
States one such case was in ________ where Bill Stinson won an election based on
fraudulent absentee ballots.
Question 5: A list of
threats to voting systems, or electoral fraud methods, is kept by
Question 6: The ________ prevents many kinds of
intimidation and vote selling, while transparency at all other
levels of the electoral process prevents most interference.
Question 7: After the voter exits
the voting booth, a conspirator to the fraud (a precinct captain or
other local person in collusion with the employee's management) ________ the voter.
Question 8: Electoral fraud is illegal interference with
the process of an ________.
Question 9: Many kinds of
voter fraud are outlawed in electoral legislation but others are in
violation of general laws such as those banning ________, harassment or libel.
Question 10: Secret
balloting appears to have been first implemented in the former Australian colony -- now a state -- of ________ on 7 February 1856.