Journalists James and Kenneth Collier pioneered the election integrity movement with their historic 25 year investigation into election fraud in America. Their 1992 book Votescam: The Stealing of America, chronicles their groundbreaking work and very personal journey as radical democracy activists, from the Nixon era through the first Bush presidency.
The Collier brothers both died in the 1990s.
James Collier's wife and daughter, Phylis and Victoria, have kept the Votescam investigation alive.
ABOUT VICTORIA COLLIER
Victoria Collier is the daughter and niece of James and Kenneth Collier, investigative journalists and authors of Votescam: The Stealing of America. After the death of her father in 1998, Victoria took up the torch, speaking and writing on the threat to democracy posed by a privatization of our voting process, in particular the use of secretly programmed, riggable, hackable computerized voting machines.
Victoria has appeared on radio shows nationwide and in a number of documentaries on election theft. In 2004 she was a special guest lecturer at the Institute for Policy Studies. Most recently, Victoria was a speaker at the Democracy Convention in Madison, Wisconsin, August 2011, holding workshops on the need for hand-counted paper ballots and publicly observable elections.
Her expose "The Stolen Vote" is scheduled to appear as the the cover story of Harper's Magazine in the November, 2012 edition.
She is the editor of www.votescam.org.