The Kerry-Bush match-up is not widely considered to have been a fraudulent election, but the evidence that President Bush had a stacked deck in his favor is quite extensive. A large portion of overseas voters -- who favored Kerry -- said they did not receive ballots. Polling places in Ohio, which decided the election in Bush's favor, reported broken voting machines or a lack of machines in predominantly Democratic districts. "Latino, Native American, and African American voters in New Mexico, who favored Kerry by two to one, were five times more likely to have their ballots spoiled and discarded in districts supervised by Republican election officials," according to historian Michael Parenti. The list is seemingly endless.