New Canadian Prime Minister violated election laws

Canada's new Prime Minister Stephen Harper violated Canada's strict election laws, taking to the airwaves on election day to campaign.

This breach of the Elections Canada Act also comes on the heels of alleged voter fraud in swing ridings at risk of losing Conservative control, as voters are being telephoned in these sensitive ridings and falsely being informed that their polling stations have been changed. In some cases voters have been sent as far as one hour away from where they are supposed to be voting by these fraudulant calls.

The Canadian Headlines Examiner on said that "Reports are coming in from key swing ridings in Ontario and other other provinces that voters are being called at home with false information that their voting locations have changed, and in some instances sending voters an hour in the wrong direction" in regards to the voter tampering reports.

Stephen Harper breaks election rules, campaigns on radio on election day