Ohio pct.: 638 total votes: Bush got 4258 - Kerry, 260

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November 5, 2004
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Quote of the day:
"Opponents had held a lead of about 1,000 votes until the batch of votes from Broward [FL] 'fell out of the sky.'" -
-Rep. Randy Johnson, Florida Republican and chair of No Casinos

Franklin County, Ohio --A total of 638 votes were cast in the precinct:
Bush received 4258 of them, Kerry received 260.
See page 23 of the 'Unofficial Abstract of Votes - General Election -
November 2, 2004, Franklin County, Ohio Offices.

Investigation Into Discrepancies of 2004 'Election'
Pittsburgh, PA: November 4, 2004

CONTACT: Michael Rectenwald, Ph.D. and Lori Price, clg_news@legitgov.org
CLG Founder and Chair, Michael D. Rectenwald, Ph.D.,
calls for a thorough investigation into the discrepancies of the 2004
election. At the conclusion of its investigation,
CLG may call for specified action(s) against the system
that has provided for the theft of the 2000 and 2004 elections.
CLG may demand prosecution of those that have laid the groundwork
for the 2004 election, if such an investigation points to the conclusion
that a second coup d'etat took place on November 2, 2004.

Kerry won. Here's the facts. (tompaine.com) Bush won Ohio by 136,483
votes. Typically in the United States, about 3 percent of votes cast are
voided—known as "spoilage" in election jargon—because the ballots cast are
inconclusive. Drawing on what happened in Florida and studies of elections
past, Palast argues that if Ohio’s discarded ballots were counted, Kerry
would have won the state. Today, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports there
are a total of 247,672 votes not counted in Ohio, if you add the 92,672
discarded votes plus the 155,000 provisional ballots. So far there's no
indication that Palast's hypothesis will be tested because only the
provisional ballots are being counted. --by Greg Palast
"Most voters in Ohio thought they were voting for Kerry.
CNN's exit poll showed Kerry beating Bush among Ohio women
by 53 percent to 47 percent. Kerry also defeated Bush
among Ohio's male voters 51 percent to 49 percent.

Unless a third gender voted in Ohio, Kerry took the state.
So what's going on here?
Answer: the exit polls are accurate.
Pollsters ask, 'Who did you vote for?'
Unfortunately, they don't ask the crucial, question,
'Was your vote counted?'"

Carteret 'loses' 4,530 votes --Forget the old adage.
Every vote doesn’t count in Carteret County.
After candidates and voters awaited Tuesday’s election results
for more than five hours after polls closed, the County Board of Elections
announced a major computer problem that wiped out
4,530 of the 7,537 early votes cast at the elections office,
an error admitted by the system’s manufacturer.
While the company told the county the unit used for early voting
could store up to 10,500 votes, it could only handle 3,005.
But there were 7,537 early votes cast Oct. 14-30.

Computer May Have "Lost" 4,500 N.C. Votes --More than 4,500 votes
may be "lost" in one North Carolina county because officials believed
a computer that stored ballots electronically could hold more data
than it did. Scattered other problems may change results in local races
around the state. [Why are the problems limited to 'local' ones???]

Broward Vote-Counting Blunder Changes Amendment Result (FL)
The Broward County Elections Department has egg on its face today
after a computer glitch misreported a key amendment race,
according to Local 10 political reporter Michael Putney.
Broward County Mayor Ilene Lieberman says voting counting error
is an "embarrassing mistake." Amendment 4, which would allow
Miami-Dade and Broward counties to hold a future election
to decide if slot machines should be allowed at racetracks,
was thought to be tied.
But now that a computer glitch for machines counting absentee ballots
has been exposed, it turns out the amendment passed.

Slots measure for S. Fla. tracks wins approval -
-A proposal that opens the door to slot machines at race tracks
and jai alai frontons in South Florida won approval Thursday,
avoiding a possible recount after elections officials in Broward
County discovered thousands of absentee votes that were ignored
by a programming error.
Opponents had held a lead of about 1,000 votes until
the batch of votes from Broward "fell out of the sky,''
said Rep. Randy Johnson, a central Florida Republican
who chairs No Casinos.

Ohio Stolen (blog entry, gnn.tv) 2004-11-03 16:26:30
"Greg Palast and Randi Rhodes reported today that the state of Ohio
was stolen by the Republicans in election 2004.
Ohio was the critical state that tipped the balance,
giving the presidency to Bush. Turns out one County in Ohio,
equipped with Diebold electronic voting machines,
reported NEGATIVE 25,000 votes.
Wha?!? That’s what at least one election official in Ohio said.
The votes from that County are lost. Not counted. GONE!"

Fixed - The Stealing of Another Election (Democraticunderground.com) -
-by EarlG --Kerry winning Exit Polls --"FRAUD LOOKS PROBABLE -
-SoCalDem has done a statistical analysis... ...on several swing states,
and EVERY STATE that has EVoting but no paper trails
has an unexplained advantage for Bush of around +5%
when comparing exit polls to actual results.

In EVERY STATE that has paper audit trails on their EVoting,
the exit poll results match the actual results reported
within the margin of error.
So, we have MATCHING RESULTS for exit polls vs. voting
with audits vs. A 5% unexplained advantage for Bush without audits."

Exit Poll Director Claims Exit Polling Was Accurate -
-The exit polling was correct, maintains Joe Lenski
of Edison Media Research, which conducted Tuesday's exit poll
with Mitofsky International for the National Election Pool,
a consortium of the major television networks and the Associated Press.

"No wrong projections [of winners] were made; the projections
were spot on," he said. "The members used this data with sophistication
and understanding of what data can and cannot be used for."

Quote of the day: "With a bigger majority, we can do even more
exciting things," said House Majority leader Tom DeLay, a Republican
[and corrupt Reichwing whackjob] from Texas.

Be careful what you wish for... Some Bush Supporters Say
They Anticipate a 'Revolution' --Exulting in their electoral 'victories'
[thefts], Dictator Bush's conservative supporters immediately turned
to staking out mandates for an ambitious agenda of long-cherished goals,
including privatizing Social Security, banning same-sex marriage,
remaking the Supreme Court and overturning the court's decisions
in support of abortion rights.

"Now comes the revolution," Richard Viguerie,
the dean of conservative direct mail, told about a dozen fellow
movement stalwarts gathered around a television here,
tallying up their Senate seats in the earliest hours of the morning.
[Oh, Richard, you have no idea how right you are!!]

The Choice is Clear: Give Up or Get Up -
-by Carol Schiffler "...[D]espite the fact that many of us are
disappointed – perhaps, devastated – the choice before us is clear:
give up or get up... This weekend, today, and every day,
put your fears and grief behind you and renew your love affair
with peace and social justice. Participate…not just with words,
but with action and courage... Giving up is not an option."


I earned campaign capital, now I'll spend it: Bush [Spend *this*] -
-Claiming a broad popular mandate, US Dictator George W Bush
vowed today to battle terrorism, win back allies divided over Iraq,
and push ahead at home with controversial tax cuts and pension reforms.
"Let me put it to you this way: I earned capital in the campaign,
political capital, and now I intend to spend it,"
he told reporters in his first news conference since stealing
['winning'] a second four year term.

Dictator Bush poised to destroy Social Security: Bush: Will Reform [destroying] Social Security System Now -
-Dictator Bush said on Thursday he planned to start work immediately on reforming [destroying] America's ailing Social Security retirement system and predicted a long slog ahead.

Informant: Shanti Renfrew


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