Though State Refuses to Act, Court Will Hear Kansas Ballot Tampering Case

Author: David Yee
Created: 19 October, 2015
Updated: 18 October, 2022
1 min read

IVN has been following the work of Dr. Beth Clarkson, a Wichita State University engineer and statistician who claims that the 2014 Kansas senatorial race (among others) had suspicious trends that indicate tampering of the electronic voting machines.

Judge Douglas Roth allowed the case to continue into discovery on October 19, setting a trial date for March 22.

This is a major victory for Clarkson and her supporters, as state and county officials have stone-walled any efforts to check the paper records, deeming it "too much trouble" or "not lawful."

Dr. Clarkson's analysis of why the 2014 vote is suspicious, as well as her current updates, can be found at her personal website.


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