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At What Point Does Public Corruption Affect an Election? 

December 2, 2023 Posted In Uncategorized

The United States successfully runs on a democracy. Therefore, the voting process is crucial for allowing citizens to hold government officials accountable, to ensure conflicts are channeled into agreeable resolutions, and to ensure that transfers of power occur peacefully. When voters feel that public corruption has inhibited democratic accountability, an election can be affected. If…

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Recent Results

September 22, 2015 Posted In Uncategorized

From time to time I will share some of my recent results here on my blog. Below you’ll find results through August 31, 2015.    What have I been up to lately? After spending eight months on trial in the APS cheating case, it’s been nice to be back to business as usual. Habeas Corpus and…

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The Atlanta Public Schools Cheating Trial Continues

December 24, 2014 Posted In Uncategorized

Believe it or not, the trial continues. Here are the latest headlines and articles to keep you abreast of what is happening now. AJC: Atlanta schools trial takes a break AJC: Witness: APS staff accused of cheating told kids “You all just dumb” AJC: Former Atlanta teacher: No one said cheating was wrong AJC: APS…

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