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Rigging Gallery

Rigging is a form of fraud and deception that has been used for centuries to manipulate the outcome of elections, contests, and other events

Choose from 1,107 items in our Rigging Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Rigging Gallery: STS Malcolm Miller under full sail
STS Malcolm Miller under full sail
Rigging Gallery: Discovery from Starboard quarter
Discovery from Starboard quarter
Rigging Gallery: Nelsons Flagship Foudroyant - Blackpool, Lancashire
Nelsons Flagship Foudroyant - Blackpool, Lancashire
Rigging Gallery: Cutty Sark in 1923
Cutty Sark in 1923
Rigging Gallery: Training Ship HMS Conway
Training Ship HMS Conway
Rigging Gallery: MARYLAND. USA. Tall ship the Kalmar Nyckel. Chesapeake Bay
MARYLAND. USA. Tall ship the Kalmar Nyckel. Chesapeake Bay
Rigging Gallery: Front Street, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Front Street, Pembroke Dock, Pembrokeshire, South Wales
Rigging Gallery: Fishing trawler and crew, Resplendent, Scotland
Fishing trawler and crew, Resplendent, Scotland
Rigging Gallery: Golden Hind / Fred Law
Golden Hind / Fred Law
Rigging Gallery: The sinking of the Eira, August 21 1881
The sinking of the Eira, August 21 1881
Rigging Gallery: The Run Home, Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)
The Run Home, Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)
Rigging Gallery: Start of ski flat race, Antarctic sports
Start of ski flat race, Antarctic sports
Rigging Gallery: RSS Discovery moored on Thames Embankment, London
RSS Discovery moored on Thames Embankment, London
Rigging Gallery: A First Rate Taking in Stores, 1818. Artist: JMW Turner
A First Rate Taking in Stores, 1818. Artist: JMW Turner
Rigging Gallery: Paddle Steamer Leith 1837
Paddle Steamer Leith 1837
Rigging Gallery: Training Ship Exmouth, dumb bell drill
Training Ship Exmouth, dumb bell drill
Rigging Gallery: Training Ship Exmouth, full crew
Training Ship Exmouth, full crew
Rigging Gallery: The Cutty Sark, an old Tea Clipper, Greenwich, London, England, UK
The Cutty Sark, an old Tea Clipper, Greenwich, London, England, UK
Rigging Gallery: East Looe Quay, Cornwall. 1904
East Looe Quay, Cornwall. 1904
Rigging Gallery: Training Ship Mercury and boys racing crew, River Hamble
Training Ship Mercury and boys racing crew, River Hamble
Rigging Gallery: Stevenson / Yacht Casco
Stevenson / Yacht Casco
Rigging Gallery: Liverpool / St Nicholas
Liverpool / St Nicholas
Rigging Gallery: Naval Captain 1800
Naval Captain 1800
Rigging Gallery: The Battle of Trafalgar, John Christian Schetky, 1778-1874, British
The Battle of Trafalgar, John Christian Schetky, 1778-1874, British
Rigging Gallery: HMS Victory, flagship of Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1758-1805, at Battle of Trafalgar in 1805
HMS Victory, flagship of Admiral Horatio Nelson, 1758-1805, at Battle of Trafalgar in 1805
Rigging Gallery: H.M.S. Victory, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
H.M.S. Victory, Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Rigging Gallery: Ws Gilbert / Sambourne
Ws Gilbert / Sambourne
Rigging Gallery: Rigging of the sailing ships, wood engravings, published in 1897
Rigging of the sailing ships, wood engravings, published in 1897
Rigging Gallery: Red sails on sailboat that takes tourists out for sunset cruise
Red sails on sailboat that takes tourists out for sunset cruise
Rigging Gallery: Three mates on skis, winter quarters. Second steward in background
Three mates on skis, winter quarters. Second steward in background
Rigging Gallery: Arab dhow, Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa
Arab dhow, Mombasa, Kenya, East Africa
Rigging Gallery: Port side of the ship and meteorological screens
Port side of the ship and meteorological screens
Rigging Gallery: HMS Victory - 2
HMS Victory - 2
Rigging Gallery: Royal Navy sailor with Union Jack and Red Ensign flags
Royal Navy sailor with Union Jack and Red Ensign flags
Rigging Gallery: USS Constitution, Old Ironsides, US frigate
USS Constitution, Old Ironsides, US frigate
Rigging Gallery: Two unidentified expedition members on skis
Two unidentified expedition members on skis
Rigging Gallery: Scotia in Stanley Harbour 18th January 1903
Scotia in Stanley Harbour 18th January 1903
Rigging Gallery: Crew members of the ship Discovery, on deck.The Mess No.4
Crew members of the ship Discovery, on deck.The Mess No.4
Rigging Gallery: Sledge-party leaving HMS Investigator in Mercy Bay, under command of Lieutenant Gurney Cresswell
Sledge-party leaving HMS Investigator in Mercy Bay, under command of Lieutenant Gurney Cresswell
Rigging Gallery: Ships tied up along the river, Seville, Spain
Ships tied up along the river, Seville, Spain
Rigging Gallery: HMS Victory at Portsmouth
HMS Victory at Portsmouth
Rigging Gallery: Ships in a Harbour, Eugene Boudin (1824-1898)
Ships in a Harbour, Eugene Boudin (1824-1898)
Rigging Gallery: Timber Barque off Pendennis, Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)
Timber Barque off Pendennis, Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929)
Rigging Gallery: Henry Scott Tukes French brigantine Julie of Nantes at the Mill Dam, Falmouth, Cornwall. Around 1886
Henry Scott Tukes French brigantine Julie of Nantes at the Mill Dam, Falmouth, Cornwall. Around 1886
Rigging Gallery: Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991
Maria Asumpta, Charlestown, Cornwall. August 1991
Rigging Gallery: Brixham fishing trawler, Provident, at sea
Brixham fishing trawler, Provident, at sea
Rigging Gallery: Sailing vessel Nellie Bywater
Sailing vessel Nellie Bywater
Rigging Gallery: The 1886 square-rigger ship Balclutha, side view
The 1886 square-rigger ship Balclutha, side view


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Rigging is a form of fraud and deception that has been used for centuries to manipulate the outcome of elections, contests, and other events. It involves tampering with ballots, vote counts, or other aspects of the process in order to ensure a predetermined result, and are be done by individuals or groups who have access to the voting system or are able to influence it in some way. Rigging is illegal in most countries and carries severe penalties if caught. It undermines public trust in democracy and erodes confidence in the electoral process. In addition, They are lead to political instability as those who are not elected may feel cheated out of their rightful victory. The most common type involves manipulating votes through ballot stuffing or ballot box stuffing – adding extra ballots into the box without anyone’s knowledge – as well as voter intimidation tactics such as threatening people with violence if they don’t vote for a certain candidate or party. Other forms include buying votes with money or gifts, paying people to cast multiple votes for one candidate, bribing election officials, falsifying voter registration records, and manipulating voting machines so that they record incorrect results. In order to prevent rigging from occurring during elections it is important for countries around the world to have strong laws and regulations in place that protect against fraudulent activities such as these and includes ensuring that all ballots are counted accurately by using paper ballots instead of electronic voting machines; implementing strict rules on campaign finance; providing adequate resources for election monitoring; conducting regular audits; requiring identification when casting a ballot; having independent observers at polling stations; making sure all voters have equal access regardless of race or income level; providing secure storage facilities for ballots after they are casted; implementing measures against voter suppression tactics like gerrymandering districts; and ensuring transparency throughout the entire process from start to finish so everyone can see how their votes were counted accurately without any interference from outside sources. Rigging has no place in our democratic system because it undermines its legitimacy and integrity by allowing those with power and influence take advantage over others who do not possess them same privileges . By taking steps towards preventing this kind of fraud we can ensure fair elections where every individual's voice matters equally regardless of their background or financial status .