An act of Electoral fraud is an attempt to influence a result of an election in a way which breaks the rules. Electoral fraud undermines public confidence in elections.
Regardless of which voting system we choose, it is just as important to pay attention to which election system we use. Electronic voting machines, touch-screen systems, and other computerized tabulation systems are hackable, resulting in the loss of an election even though the candidate received the most support.
Use this page of the Electoral Reform Wikia to help collect information about these systems and what we can do to ensure transparency of our election systems.