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2004

DECEMBER 12 AND 13: PROTESTS

//www.votecobb.org/

Protests are planned across the nation this weekend. On Monday, December 13, protesters will gather outside the Ohio State Capitol from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm to demonstrate their outrage that Ohio's electors will cast their votes on the day the recount finally begins.

To see a list of protest activities taking place in your state, check with your local Green Party organization, or these sites:

//www.51capitalmarch.com
//www.denvervoice.org
//www.Nov3.US

David Cobb will address the crowd at the Ohio State Capitol on Monday around 12:15 pm with a message he released as a public statement yesterday //www.votecobb.org/press/2004/dec/pr2004-12-10.php :"It is absolutely outrageous and irresponsible for the Ohio and New Mexico presidential electors to cast their Electoral College votes on December 13th when the outcome of recounts are still unknown. Just as in Florida in 2000, we have to question the integrity of our voting system and those partisan officials who are in charge of it. With allegations of voter intimidation and suppression looming, an impending Congressional investigation, and recounts just beginning, the presidential electors will cast their votes under a cloud of suspicion."


PROTEST ELECTION VIOLATIONS IN STATE CAPITOLS:
THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE VOTES ON 12/13/04

//www.nov3.us/

On Monday, December 13, the members of the Electoral College will meet in every state capitol to cast their votes to elect the President and Vice-President of the United States. We call on local groups to protest and make visible the many voting rights violations and election irregularities which call into question the integrity of the 2004 election - and to demand real reforms to protect, extend, and deepen democracy.

HERE'S WHAT YOU CAN DO:

1 - Organize protests in the days leading up to the Dec. 13 meeting of the Electoral College, and on December 13 itself:

* Demand that every vote be verified and counted in all states before the Electors cast their votes!

* Call for the implementation of the Voter Bill of Rights //www.nov3.us/billofrights , which details eleven vital election reforms, including the abolition of the electoral college, a guarantee of a voter-verified paper trail for all voting machines, replacement of partisan oversight of elections with nonpartisan election commissions and prevention of lawless vote suppression and voter intimidation. Deliver the Voter Bill of Rights to your members of Congress and demand their support for these reforms.

2 - Contact your state's Electors to see if you can convince one or more of them to join you at the protest to express their concerns about the state of our democracy. A list of your state's Electors should be available on your state's secretary of state website, or with your state's election board.

3 - Alert local media, using the Electoral College vote as a news hook. We need to break through the media whitewash of the disenfranchisement, vote suppression and fraud that occurred in this election.

4 - List your protests under "Directory of Local Actions" at
//www.Nov3.US .

This call to action is an initiative of the No Stolen Elections! campaign and is endorsed by United Progressives for Democracy!, CODEPINK, United for Peace and Justice, 51 Capital March, Cobb/LaMarche Green Presidential Campaign, League of Pissed Off Voters, Liberty Tree, Progressive Democrats of America, Democrats.Com, and others. We are seeking national co-sponsors. If your national organization is willing to co-sponsor this call, please contact us at ben@nov3.us

MORE INFORMATION:

Voter Bill of Rights:
//www.nov3.us/billofrights

Ohio Recount:
//www.VoteCobb.org

51 Capital March:
//www.51capitalmarch.com

Jesse Jackson's Something's Fishy in Ohio:
//www.suntimes.com/output/jesse/cst-edt-jesse30.html

Election Day Problems:
//www.boston.com/news/


DEMONSTRATIONS, MEETINGS AND RALLIES stolenelection2004.com

Here is a listing of actions you can take where you live. If you wish to organize something yourself, there is a link containing helpful guidelines:

Here are some comprehensive sources of vote fraud protest sites:

(1) This one is the most user friendly: you just put in your city and you find out what is near:
//meetup.radicaldesigns.org/calendar_display.php

(2) This one is very comprehensive but you must scroll down a lot:
//fairnessbybeckerman.blogspot.com/2004/12/calendar-of-upcoming-events.html

(3) This is for just Dec. 12th State Capital Marches Which Has Been Called For All States: Find Organizers and Contact Info:
//www.51capitalmarch.com/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl


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