Did Networks Fake Exit Polls, While AP ?Accessed? Story Here Archive
Why have exit polls historically matched election results? How about this? It's all made up. It's a scam. A con. A fake. A fraud. Since they first started ?projecting? election night winners in 1964, the major news networks have never provided any ?hard? evidence that they actually conducted any exit polls, at all. Researchers and activists who point to the disparity between the early exit polls and the 2004 election results, have failed to consider the obvious that exit polls never existed to begin with.
Congress Ratifies Bush Victory After a Rare Challenge Story Here Archive
WSHINGTON, Jan. 6 - Congress officially ratified President Bush's election victory on Thursday, but not before Democrats lodged a formal challenge to the electoral votes from Ohio, forcing an extraordinary two-hour debate that began the 109th Congress on a sharp note of partisan acrimony.
Congress Makes Reelection Official Story Here Archive
Invoking rules that sometimes seem quaint as quill pens, the House and Senate yesterday certified President Bush's reelection despite a rare objection, which was intended to spotlight voting irregularities in Ohio and elsewhere.
Election scrutiny reveals provisional-vote flaws Story Here Archive
An unknown number of provisional voters, some of whom may not even have been registered to vote, improperly put their ballots directly into vote-counting machines at polling places, King County's elections superintendent said yesterday.
Local Dems ask for more recounts Story Here Archive
WARREN - Some local Democrats are pressing Michigan's two U.S. senators not to certify election results on Thursday, but instead support launching an investigation into alleged voting irregularities in the 2004 election.
Supervisor quiet on paper trails Story Here Archive
As he pledged to change the way elections are run in Palm Beach County on his first day Tuesday, Supervisor of Elections Arthur Anderson left out one thing the public likely expects from last year's campaign: printers to back up the electronic, touch-screen voting machines.
Rev. Jesse Jackson, David Cobb, and Others Lead D.C. Rally for Investigation into Vote Suppression Story Here Archive
Lafayette Park, across from the White House (16th & H St., NW) Washington D.C. - Congress meets in joint session on January 6th to certify the 2004 Presidential election. Grassroots activists and nationally recognized figures will join voices to inspire members of the House and Senate to object to the certification of the November 2nd 2004 vote, forcing Congress to address the problems in our current election system.
Seven key reasons why the vote must be challenged at the electoral college Story Here Archive
1. Exit Polls Did Not Match Actual Vote in Ohio, Pennsylvania and Florida The gulf between the exit polls and counted votes was glaring. The Zogby Poll and the media consortium poll (including CNN and AP) had Kerry winning an electoral landslide with 53% and 51% respectively in Ohio. Why did exit polls match the actual vote in the nation ? EXCEPT for Ohio, Florida and Pennsylvania?
GOP Radio Campaign Pushes for Wash. Revote Story Here Archive
OLYMPIA, Wash. Jan 5, 2005 ? Despite Republicans' demands for a new statewide vote and their new radio advertising campaign, the Democratic leaders who control the state Legislature say the governor's election is over.
Recount Advoctaes to Hold Albuquerque Press Conference on Wednesday Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON January 5 Rick Lass, the New Mexico coordinator for Green Party presidential candidate David Cobb, will be joined by an expert in mathematics and
statistical analysis and Dr. Sonja Elison, Albuquerque coordinator for the recount effort, in a press conference to be held on Wednesday, January 5, at Noon, at the Albuquerque Press Club, 201 Highland Park Drive SE. The speakers will discuss the CPA report, commissioned by the New Mexico Secretary of State's office, which found numerous errors and discrepancies with the counting and reporting of New Mexico's presidential vote, and the unusually high rate of voting irregularities which took place in Bernalillo County.
Judiciary Committee Dems Release 100-Page Report on Ohio Election Story Here Archive
The House Judiciary Committee Democratic Staff has released a 102-page report titled "Preserving Democracy: What Went Wrong in Ohio." The report begins:
Senator Asked To Object To Vote Story Here Archive
Santa Fe resident Leland Lehrman believes it's his civic responsibility to stand up for the nation's election process
Lucas County certifies vote Story Here Archive
The Lucas County Board of Elections last night certified the county's recount for the presidential election, the results of which were announced a week ago when the tabulation was completed.
Greens to U.S. Senate Democrats: Challenge The 2004 Election Certification Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON January 5 Green Party leaders, citing Election Day and Ohio recount irregularities, challenged Democrats in the U.S. Senate to stand up in support of House members who register objections when Congress convenes on Thursday, January 6, to certify the 2004 presidential election results.
Executive Summary: House Judiciary Dems? final report on Ohio election problems Story Here Archive
The following is the text of the Executive Summary written by the House Judiciary Democratic staff about election problems in Ohio?s November presidential election, and is the crux upon which Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.) is seeking to contest Ohio electoral votes and open a discussion of the election on the Senate floor Jan. 6. The report was published Wednesday, and the text released to RAW STORY by the Judiciary staff.
Former Florida Congressman Peter Deutsch to Join Press Conference to Discuss Challenge to Presidential Electors Story Here Archive
In anticipation of tomorrow's Congressional challenge to the Presidential electors, a coalition of groups supporting the challenge will hold a press conference on Wednesday, January 5, 2005, at 2 p.m. in the Zenger Room at the National Press Club. The Club is located at 529 14th Street, 13th floor, Washington.
Sen. Boxer?s office won?t confirm MSNBC, Hill claim that she will challenge electoral result Story Here Archive
The San Francisco office of Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) denied claims that a final decision had been made on whether she would challenge the electoral college result on the floor of the Senate Thursday. Boxer?s Washington press office has not returned RAW STORY calls for comment over the last several days.
Dem Lays Out Case Against Bush's Ohio Win Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON - The senior Democrat on the House Judiciary Committee protested President Bush's re-election Wednesday with a new report claiming serious election irregularities and "significant disenfranchisement" of voters in Ohio.
Clerks in a Bind Over Voting Machines Story Here Archive
SANTA FE ? County clerks trying to prepare for Feb. 1 school board elections have been told not to clear general election voting results from machines because of a pending lawsuit.
Ohio Voters and Advocates Brief Media in DC Story Here Archive
On Wednesday afternoon, busloads of Ohio voters and Ohio citizens who tried to vote but were denied packed into a room at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Members of the media needed only to hop on an elevator to learn what they had to say. Few reporters attended, but enough were there that a story or a sound bite is bound to show up somewhere. Three or four networks had cameras, including ABC and CBS. If the media doesn't carry the story, the event was for naught. Most of what was said is not new to those who have been following along on the internet. Most of it would be entirely new to most of the country.