It Was Stolen contains an exhaustive list of links relating to polling problems and voter fraud. The weblog it's on is a good one, too.
Dover Area School Board, Pennsylvania, "Students will be made aware of gaps/problems in Darwin's Theory and of other theories of evolution including, but not limited to, intelligent design. Note: Origins of life will not be taught." (the head of the curriculum committee of the school board regards the separation of church and state as a myth. But creationism he regards as a science. I imagine he considers mathematics a hollywood plot.)
GRANTSBURG, Wisconsin - School officials have revised the science curriculum to allow the teaching of creationism [...] The science curriculum "should not be totally inclusive of just one scientific theory," said Joni Burgin, superintendent of the district.
Theocracy Watch - "The graph on the right is based on Christian Coalition scorecards. It shows how often members of the U.S. Senate voted with or against Christian Coalition supported bills. Republicans are red, Democrats are blue. Forty-one out of fifty-one Republican Senators received scores of 100% from Christian Coalition, meaning they voted with Christian Coalition 100% of the time.