Abbe Waldman DeLozier was born in Dallas, Texas. She attended college in Mexico for 6 months at the University of the Americas and lived with a local family while studying Mexican language, culture, and history. She then spent a year studying overseas in Israel, living, studying and working on a kibbutz for 9 months and then continued her travels in Europe. She received an associate's degree in General Education at Palomar College. She has owned and managed her own businesses in landscaping and real estate.
She has also created and coproduced sizeable charitable events as well as volunteered extensively helping political organizations with media, strategy and publicity. Ms. DeLozier also created and produced two charitable fundraising events that benefited the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
In 2003 she created and produced a political awareness event for 2,500 people called the 'Get Up Stand Up! Rally For Your Rights! This event featured political and community speakers as well as had 50 non-profits who tabled at the event stressing community involvement, charity, and political action. Some of the featured speakers were Molly Ivins, Jim Hightower, Granny D-Doris Haddock, Reverend Joseph Parker, and Liz Carpenter to name a few.
In addition she has co-produced press conferences in Washington, D.C., and Austin, Texas, on the issue of vote fraud, one being on September 22nd, 2004, at the National Press Club titled, "Hacking the Presidential Election: A Bipartisan Problem, Anyone Can Do It." There, Bev Harris, computer security expert Dr. Herbert Thompson, and Jeremiah Akin demonstrated six ways election software could be easily hacked. The other was co-produced in conjunction with True Majority.org and took place at the State Capitol in Austin, Texas, coinciding with national activities supporting "The Computer Ate My Vote Day!"
She recently co-Edited and Co-Authored a book titled- "Hacked! High Tech Election Theft in America-11 Experts Expose the Truth". Ms. Delozier has been working on a national level in the area of election fraud and reform for the last 4 years. She recently has been involved helping create a national campaign which is building a strong citizens coalition to communicate with Congress needed legislative reform in the area of elections.