Voter Fraud app for iPhone and iPad helps U.S. citizens identify and report vote fraud, intimidation

The Voter Fraud app for Apple’s iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad provides a free and intuitive way for citizens identify and report instances of vote fraud, illegal campaign tactics, and intimidation at the polls.

With its easy to use design and unique photo feature the Voter Fraud application drives government transparency and accountability.

Help ensure fair elections.

The developer, Freedom Speaks, says: “A picture can tell a thousand words and this app makes it a snap.”

More info and download link (free) via Apple’s iTunes App Store here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers too numerous to mention individually for the heads up.]

152 Comments

  1. @ First 2010, then 2012

    They’re going to have to run around pretty fast since it’s only 2 guys.

    But it is two BLACK GUYS… so that makes them way scarier.

    I’m running a voter intimidation campaign in my all-mail-in state of Washington buy taping pictures of Samuel L. Jackson to everyone’s mailboxes.

  2. @ First 2010, then 2012

    They’re going to have to run around pretty fast since it’s only 2 guys.

    But it is two BLACK GUYS… so that makes them way scarier.

    I’m running a voter intimidation campaign in my all-mail-in state of Washington buy taping pictures of Samuel L. Jackson to everyone’s mailboxes.

  3. I’m not an american, I’m Irish, before anyone accuses me of being something I’m not.

    I’m just a bit concerned that this is been put out by what seems to be a shell company.

    From ‘American Majority’ from the app maker ‘Freedom Speaks LLC’ , come on… really? The view points on the site are pretty much from the playbook of the tea party and conservative views.

    I’m all against voter fraud, I just wish that the information submitted was going to a more open site that would simply post everything and let people decide, Not going into a blackbox system with no ties to any credible organization.

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