2008 is just around the corner. Already, the field of presidential candidates is growing. We have Richardson, Clinton, Obama, Romney, Hunter, Biden, and Edwards declared. We have at least McCain and Giuliani preparing. There's no incumbent. There's no vice president heir apparent. It's shaping up to be a tough, expensive race with huge stakes. The good news is that it will be decided by the ballot box. But is that system still safe and fair? Can we trust the election results? Author Steve Freeman believes that we cannot. We'll examine his findings and his claim that the way U.S. elections are conducted threatens democracy.
, author of
Was the 2004 Presidential Election Stolen?