Stories like this one are disturbing, to say the least.
"We got reports of things like the Liberals driving around and threatening Natives that they wouldn't get their cheque if they didn't vote Liberal, reports we had from individuals of plans to stuff ballot boxes. "Even the last poll, somehow it took three-and-a-half hours to count the last poll and lo and behold, it was nearly 100 per cent turnout, all of which went Liberal, just enough votes to go over the top... there were problems with voters not receiving their identification cards or being directed to vote in the wrong area... the campaign only received the voting list a day before the election, not the three days stipulated by law, he added. Harrison added his campaign did not have scrutineers at all of the polling stations on the reserves because of the remote locations. Third-place finisher Anita Jackson of the NDP said her office also received complaints about Liberal tactics, and she supports a recount and an investigation. "These are things we need to check on. With so much at stake, people may engage in conduct that's not above board," Jackson said.
I sincerely hope this comes to nothing. It would be a tragedy if the Liberals have committed electoral fraud. Even if it is in only one riding, it would call into question our entire system. I consider this to be very, very serious. We should know by Thursday the results of the recount.