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With election certified, debate over voting systems heats up    Story Here  Archive
MALIA RULON Associated Press 08 January 2005
WASHINGTON ? While Congress this week officially certified President Bush as the winner of the 2004 election, effectively ending weeks of challenges in Ohio, the debate over how to fix the nation?s voting system has just begun.

New standards for elections necessary    Story Here  Archive
Editorial Denver Post 08 January 2005
A few members of Congress challenged Ohio's electoral vote, a rare and mostly symbolic gesture that underscores the need for election reforms.

Electoral Vote Challenge Meets Venomous Response in Congress    Story Here  Archive
Brian Dominick and Ariella Cohen ZNet January 08, 2005
In special sessions of both chambers of Congress Thursday, Republican lawmakers met a handful of Democratic colleagues with vitriolic diatribes when the latter raised concerns about electoral irregularities that took place during Ohio's controversial November 2 election process. The Democrats' challenge came on the heals of a congressional report detailing numerous allegations of disenfranchisement in Ohio.

Dems' challenge for good reasons    Story Here  Archive
Editorial The Sentinel, January 8, 2005
A fair amount of grumbling accompanied Congress' counting of the electoral vote on Thursday, once the Democrats chose to challenge the vote by the Ohio delegation.

Ohio Election Problems Highlight Urgent Need for Reform    Story Here  Archive
Mark Weisbrot Common Dreams 08 January 2005
The Democrats' brief Congressional challenge to Ohio's electoral votes last week was met with howls of derision from Republican lawmakers. "They're still not over the 2000 election, let alone the 2004 election," said Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania.

Elections observer will oversee changes    Story Here  Archive
Bill Lambrecht St. Louis Post-Dispatch 08 January 2005

WASHINGTON - Paul DeGregorio began Election Day watching Bronx voters manipulate creaky, levered machines that had been around since Franklin Roosevelt was president.



Together, we moved three mountains    Story Here  Archive
Bob Fitrakis, Steve Rosenfeld and Harvey Wasserman Columbus FreePress 08 January 2005
Together, grassroots/Internet activists have just moved three major American mountains.

Fla. consultant gathered absentee votes    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 08 January 2005
ORLANDO, Fla. A campaign consultant said he was hired by several Florida politicians over the past seven years to gather absentee ballots during their elections, a violation of state law.

Secretary of State Reed unveils election reform proposals    Story Here  Archive
NEIL MODIE Seattle Post Intelligencer 07 January 2005
As two citizens filed the first challenges to the endlessly contested governor's election yesterday, Secretary of State Sam Reed proposed a package of reforms aimed at averting such election chaos in the future.

Dead voted in governor's race    Story Here  Archive
PHUONG CAT LE AND MICHELLE NICOLOSI Seattle Post Intelligencer 07 January 2005
At least eight people who died well before the November general election were credited with voting in King County, raising new questions about the integrity of the vote total in the narrow governor's race, a Seattle Post-Intelligencer review has found.

Voting by dead people isn't always a scam    Story Here  Archive
Jonathan Martin and David Heath Seattle Times 07 January 2005
Days after his wife of four decades died of liver cancer, Robert Holmgren came home to find her absentee ballot. He filled in Charlette Holmgren's intended votes for Dino Rossi and George W. Bush, forged her signature, and mailed her ballot along with his.

Voting by dead people isn't always a scam    Story Here  Archive
Jonathan Martin and David Heath Seattle Times 07 January 2005
Days after his wife of four decades died of liver cancer, Robert Holmgren came home to find her absentee ballot. He filled in Charlette Holmgren's intended votes for Dino Rossi and George W. Bush, forged her signature, and mailed her ballot along with his.

GOP expected to file suit over Gregoire's win    Story Here  Archive
David Postman Seattle Times 07 January 2005
OLYMPIA ? The Republican court challenge to Christine Gregoire's election as governor, expected to be filed today, will center on mishandled provisional ballots in King County and lingering questions about why the county shows more votes counted than people voting on Nov. 2.

Election results open to question    Story Here  Archive
E.M. Hudlicka Roanoke.com 07 January 2005
Hudlicka lives in Blacksburg. Today, the Congress will meet in joint session to certify the presidential election. This has largely been a formality in years past. Not this year.

Medical marijuana backers file voting suit    Story Here  Archive
Eric Kurhi ContraCosta Times 07 January 2005
While the recount for Berkeley's medical marijuana initiative continues, the group that sponsored the measure has filed a lawsuit against the Alameda County Registrar of Voters.

Voting machines on way to Contra Costa    Story Here  Archive
Lisa Vorderbrueggen Contra Costa Times 07 January 2005
MARTINEZ - Contra Costa voters will find new equipment at the polls in March that county Clerk-Recorder Steve Weir says will produce faster election results and an instant error check.

The Election's Last Gasp    Story Here  Archive
Editorial New York Times 07 January 2005
Congressional Democrats staged an unusual protest yesterday when Senator Barbara Boxer of California and Representative Stephanie Tubbs Jones of Ohio objected to certifying the results of the 2004 election. Supporters of the defeated (and absent) John Kerry then spent two hours making speeches, most of which began with the declaration that George W. Bush had definitely won.

Election 2004: Stolen Or Lost    Story Here  Archive
Russ Baker ProgressiveTrail.org 07 January 2005
Many of us fear that the Ohio election was stolen because people?like talk show sleuths, blogger number-crunchers, forensic attorneys, crusading professors and partisan activists?keep telling us so. We don't even know most of these people, yet we gladly forward their e-mails and Web links, their pronouncements, analyses, essays and statistical exercises. While their credentials may not be that impressive, we listen to their conspiracy theories because?frightened by the direction our country has taken?we want to believe them.

N.C. elections head wants options to solve future voting snags    Story Here  Archive
GARY D. ROBERTSON Associated Press 07 January 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. - Voters whose ballots were lost to machine error should be allowed to revote to complete an election, the state elections director recommended to lawmakers Friday.

Debate begins on how to fix nation's voting system    Story Here  Archive
MALIA RULON Associated Press 07 January 2005
WASHINGTON - While Congress this week officially certified President Bush as the winner of the 2004 election, effectively ending weeks of challenges in Ohio, the debate over how to fix the nation's voting system has just begun.

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