Another presidential election has run its course and Americans who want to participate in a process that's democratic, transparent and accountable are left in the dark.
All along the way, there have been dismal failures in our supposed democratic process. That continues today, as election integrity activists are pointing out that the national media's Election Day exit polls found that Hillary Clinton was ahead in four key states — North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Florida — but lost the computerized vote count. That's not the first time that a "red shift" occurred between live exit poll results posted on CNN and the later vote count results. That suggests the exit polls were deeply flawed or the vote count was compromised or stolen.