Only YOU can prevent Fraud and Illegal Activity

First, if you are not registered to vote and want to register then you can download and/or print the following voter registration form in English, Polish or Spanish (put in alphabetic order).  To download to your computer simply right-click on the form you want and then click "Save Target As..." to save it to your computer.

The State of Illinois, State Board of Elections, is the ultimate agency of authority, as granted by the Constitution of the State of Illinois.  The State Board of Elections then entrusts the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners to do, as they would do to guarantee fair elections, and grants the local board authority as the duly constituted Board of Elections.  This is defined in statutes, referred to as the Illinois Compiled Statutes and combined with the Constitution of the State of Illinois.

Removing the precinct captains and other campaign workers from the Election Day activities, leaves us with two groups of major players:  the Judges of Election and the Poll Watchers.  Each of these groups are accountable and must submit forms or "credentials" to participate in the process.

Since the Chicago Board of Election Commissioners, alias the Board, is in theory responsible or of authority to run the election, they make available two specific guides for each of the groups mentioned above.  They are called the Judge of Election Guide (or something to that effect) and the Poll Watchers Guide.

This web provides the documentation for both those groups.  Simply click on the button above to get to the documentation and guides. 

We also provide information from the State Board of Elections on how to prevent Voter Fraud in your community.  Further, we provide a Candidate Guide, just in case you are thinking of running for some public office.  We encourage everyone to run for public office.  Once you do, you'll truly understand how this system works and, perchance, will discover first hand how corrupt it is.

The Role of the Voter

In the entire election process the voters are involved in two distinct ways.  First, someone knocks on the voters door and asks them to sign a petition (1).  This process is usually referred to as the circulation process and those that actually circulate the petition are referred to as circulators.  For a sample listing of circulators click on this link.

If you would like to see the database that Wayne developed to catch three Ward Committeemen (2 Democratics - Reboyras and Berrios and 1 Republican - Foss) whereby a couple of circulators worked for two candidates, which is a violation of law that the Board of Elections ignored, then click on this link.

Second, the voter goes to vote.

How does the circulator know you're a voter?

The first time you register to vote, your name and other information that appears on Voter Registration form is put into a database.  Reports can be run on this information for your specific information or the entire precinct, ward or other political demarcation.  Please note that a precinct is not the same thing as a Chicago Police Department beat.  A beat can contain one or more precincts or parts of precincts and even be a part of two or more Wards.

The defining of a precinct, Ward, State Representative District, Senate District and Congressional District are allegedly based on data that comes from a census that the Federal government does every decade.  They are suppose to insure that Federal Guidelines are complied with, although for all intent and purposes, sometimes the guidelines are based more on political consideration and race.  The 30th Ward of Chicago is a perfect example of this nonsense at work.  It is the only Ward of Chicago that looks similar to a horseshoe.

One of the reports that is available to everyone, including you, is called a poll sheet.  A poll sheet lists every registered voter that lives in a specific Ward and Precinct of that Ward.  So, for example, if you live in the 30th Ward, 17th Precinct, you could go to City Hall, Room 104, and request a copy of that poll sheet.  It's free.  If the Board gives you any hassle then just let Wayne know.

The Classification of Your Information

By law, your information that the Board maintains is public information.  Anyone can view it and get a copy.  Of course, things such as a social security number will not be made available.

Your voter record is also public information (2)

The Letter that the Board Refuses to Answer

After an election Wayne usually submits a Freedom of Information Act request.  (To view the complete Act for the State of Illinois, click on this link.  Note:  This is a pdf file and as such needs a pdf reader.) The agency, in this case the Board of Election Commissioners for the City of Chicago, is supposed to respond in a timely fashion.  That usually means a couple of weeks.

The letter you are about to read pinpoints several areas where the Board's own data is corrupt.

The Letter

It should be noted that the Boards attorneys have not responded as of this writing.  Please pay special attention to the tables that are included.  In it you will see how, despite the fact that the number of voter records far exceeded the true count of voters in the district, they left off nearly 2000 voters that Wayne would never know about.  This we call a rigged election.  We can only contend that the attorneys for the Board do not want to explain anything in hopes that it simply goes away.  They got caught by Wayne!

Furthermore, if you have access to the last elections Official Documentation of the Election Results, you will see that they no longer publish how many total voters appeared in a specific precinct of a Ward.  We give them credit for trying to cover their XXX but don't worry we shall expose it again and again.


Some of us truly believe in Democracy, not only as a political construct but as a realistic vision of what makes things good for a society.  We deplore the activities of those who want to undermine the entire process, who either work as individuals out for their own self-interests, or, who work in conjunction with others to preserve a corruption based system to satisfy the wants of a select few.

If you are the type of person who beliefs, as we do, in a democratic society for all and for the betterment of all, then get involved in your community.  If you live in Chicago and want to help Wayne then by all means contact him.  You can email Wayne by clicking on the link below.  It shall automatically bring up your email program.

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1.  Sometimes campaign workers (circulators) will not go door-to-door to get signatures but rather forge people's signatures.  This was exposed on page 107 of Delgado's petition when he ran for State Representative of the 3rd District.

2.  When Wayne was working on a challenge against a Republican Ward Committeeman, the FOIA officer for the Board did not want to release this information.  Wayne had told her, Agnew is her name, that this is public information.  Getting nowhere with her, he called the State Board of Elections to confirm that the information was indeed deemed "public."  The answer came back that it is public information.  This was point out to Agnew when one day she called him and started, in typical lawyer fashion, to talk and talk without letting him have a word in edgewise.  He finally told her that if she wanted to have a monologue he would simply hang up but if she is interested in dialogue he would be open to discussion.  As it turns out, since the Board was putting up all sort of barriers, he found another way in law to challenge the petition.  It was based on what is called dual-circulation.  Reboyras' people were in on it and circulated for the Republican candidate Foss.  The hidden agenda, in this case as well as the 31st Ward, is to intentionally control the polls.  After all, if you as Ward Committeeman for the Democratic Party control the Democratic Judges of Election and then have the Republic Party Ward Committeeman in your pocket, then you control both parties.  Welcome to the corruption, brought to you by the HDO, that permeates the 30th and 31st Ward of Chicago (Aldermen Reboyras and Suarez).  By the way, Wayne was correct about the voter records being public information, as was admitted to by Agnew, who then wanted to set up a "special viewing" for him, monitored by the Board. (We assume that it means someone from the Board was going to be right by his side watching his every move.  How stupid and a waste of taxpayer money!  Why?  The level of security on the computer program would not allow the editing of any information, if that is what they were worried about, but just viewing.  Their FOIA officer needs to learn a little bit about computer programs and we would recommend she talk to her software people at the Board.  Who is her clout?


HDO - Touching Tally Machine as election judge looks on.

This HDO member, a precinct captain that works for Alderman Ariel Reboyras, touches the material (tape) coming off the vote tallying machine.  It is a violation for anyone, other than the Judge(s) of Election to handle materials relating to the election.  His name is Javier Valdez and he lives in the 30th Ward, 17th Precinct at 2505 N. Menard.  This is public information!


Materials inside voting place is a violation.

The man in the sweater was allegedly working for the Board.  The funny thing about this is that he did not have any Board of Election identification.  In the background you see two HDO members running away.  One works for Alderman Reboyras and the other works for Alderman Suarez and Berrios.