22 September 2014

Consultants examining the Aug. 5 Shelby County, Tennessee election found 3,221 more votes than voters on documents provided by Shelby County elections officials pursuant to a court order.



Most voterless votes were found in large Republican precincts, a non-random distribution.



The inspection team sought and obtained documents in connection with a lawsuit filed by ten defeated candidates over irregularities in the election.



Read more about the investigation here.