Stealing America: Vote by Vote
Stealing America: Vote by Vote (2008)

It's our right as Americans to vote, but in the era of hanging chads and malfunctioning voting machines, how can we be sure that those votes really count? For anyone who ever wondered just how electronic votes are tallied and hopes… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: August 1, 2008
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Critic Score: 54% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: While it provides shocking evidence about stolen elections, Stealing America settles for preaching to the converted.

Jeff Shannon
Seattle Times

Regardless of your politics, it's hard to dismiss the disturbing assertions of this cheaply made but powerful documentary.

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Ann Hornaday
Washington Post

What Stealing America lacks in formal elegance it makes up for in important information that deserves far more compelling delivery, as does its call for a return to paper ballots.

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Andy Klein
Los Angeles CityBeat

This is not so much a documentary ... as a recruiting tool. We never hear anything from the other side; and the film ends with a fulsome patriotic call to action.

Walter V. Addiego
San Francisco Chronicle

Stealing America is basically a rallying tool for activists.

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Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer

Stealing America: Vote by Vote is sobering. The film suggests that come Nov. 4, the votes of Republicans, Democrats and independents alike might not be counted fair and square.

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Bill White
Seattle Post-Intelligencer

more likely to depress voters than to galvanize them.

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Wesley Morris
Boston Globe

It helps for a documentary about America's broken voting system to be flush with facts and outrage. But a little filmmaking wouldn't hurt, either.

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Amy Nicholson
I.E. Weekly

Amateurish but thorough with the tone of an ominous filmstrip. Right-wingers will cry "Paranoid!" but should we demand more neutrality from a film than we do of our elections?

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Combustible Celluloid

It's perhaps the year's most canny piece of propaganda... it soothes a sore spot, and it's very effective.

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