Republicans find more flaws with governor's election Story Here Archive
OLYMPIA, Wash. ? Hundreds of provisional ballots may have been counted on Election Day without being verified, state Republican Party Chairman Chris Vance said today.
Why the Vote Count Challenge Matters Story Here Archive
At 1 P.M. on January 6, 2005 Representative John Conyers will object to the certification of Ohio's 2004 presidential election electoral votes. Conyers will focus on the massive violations of civil rights and voting rights that were instigated and tolerated by partisan election authorities in Ohio. (The compelling House Judiciary Report on Ohio voting irregularities is available for download at http://www.pdamerica.org on the front page. Over 100 pages of damning evidence!) In a vast improvement over the situation 4 years ago, PDA believes that at least one Senate member, as well as House colleagues, will join Conyers in his objection.
Kerry rebuffs protest of Ohio electors Story Here Archive
Sen. John Kerry said he won't be joining a small band of House Democrats today in trying to spoil President Bush's formal election before Congress by objecting to what they say are voting irregularities in Ohio.
So how did the nation vote Nov. 2? Story Here Archive
It's cold here in Minnesota, but there's only about half an inch of crystalline white on the ground. Although it's very beautiful, it doesn't compare with the 9 inches of snow we left in Lincoln last Wednesday. What will we find on our return two days before you read this column? Will all the beautiful white stuff will have been washed away?
GOP announces 'bombshell' in voting Story Here Archive
Escalating his daily drumbeat for a revote for governor, state Republican Party Chairman Chris Vance said yesterday that hundreds of unverified provisional ballots may have been wrongly counted in King County in the Nov. 2 election.
Conyers to object to Ohio vote count, certification Story Here Archive
Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., the ranking minority member of the House Judiciary Committee, said Monday that he plans to formally "object to the counting of the Ohio votes" in the 2004 presidential race when a joint session of Congress meets Thursday to ratify November's election results.
Latest election troubles show that U.S. system still needs work Story Here Archive
It's now been two months since the national, state and local elections of 2004 and some outcomes have just been resolved.
Senators should object to Ohio vote Story Here Archive
This Thursday in Washington Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), the senior minority member of the House Judiciary Committee, will formally object to the counting of the Ohio electoral vote in the 2004 presidential election. If any senator joins him, the counting of the vote is suspended and the House and the Senate must convene separately to hear the objections filed, and to vote on whether to accept them.
Media's election coverage draws objections Story Here Archive
A handful of protesters critical of the media's coverage of the 2004 presidential election marched with signs in front of The Tribune's San Luis Obispo office Monday.
U.S. panel urged to open audit of Shelley Story Here Archive
Washington The chief author of the law that sent nearly $4 billion to states for nonpartisan voter education funds called Monday for a federal inquiry into how Secretary of State Kevin Shelley spent California's share of the money.
Analysis: Protesters try last hurrah Story Here Archive
Washington, DC, Jan. 3 (UPI) Electoral-reform advocates and protesters who allege the Nov. 2 election was either rigged or marred by widespread irregularities are launching the last desperate measures to effect change before Congress certifies the Electoral College vote Thursday.
Get Over It, Winners Story Here Archive
Growing up in the 50s and 60s in the post-World War II housing tracts of Southern California, I hobnobbed with what in those times were politely dubbed, ?social clubs.? Some members of my particular assemblage, chronically having little or no income, would on occasion pilfer gasoline from parked, residential cars in the wee hours, a practice jokingly referred to as accepting donations.
Ohio Recount: The Recount That Wasn't, a Chance to Reassure Voters Missed Story Here Archive
People who have been following Elites TV or my articles will attest to the fact that I have been attempting to raise awareness regarding the recount that had been going on in Ohio from December 13th until December 28th. I thought it important that all groups have a chance to have their say regarding the Ohio election and its subsequent recount, including the Ohio Secretary of State, county election boards, and more and that the public get all this information so that each reader could make up their own mind regarding how the election was conducted in Ohio. It was my sincere hope that any thought of fraud or conspiracy would be cleared up one way or the other via the recount process. If the recount had been conducted in strict adherence to Ohio state law, I have no doubt that this would have happened. Sadly, it does not appear that this was the case and if anything, the way the recount was conducted lends more credence to the conspiracy theories floating around the blogosphere that there was something wrong with the Ohio vote, something man-made and intentional.
We Must Chose to Fight. Count Every Vote. Story Here Archive
Four years ago last month, the United States Supreme Court stopped the vote counting in the State of Florida and, for the first time, ed the president of the United States. It marked a dark moment in our nation?s history.
House Dems to contest electoral vote count Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON A handful of House Democrats plan a long-shot effort to snarl President Bush's formal re-election by preventing Congress from counting Ohio's pivotal votes when lawmakers tally the electoral vote on Thursday.
Please, let it go Story Here Archive
Memo to Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones and the Rev. Jesse Jackson: The elec tion horse is dead. You can stop beating it now.
The Electronic Road to the White House Story Here Archive
E-VOTING is fantastic?or it's problematic. During the Nov. 2 U.S. general election, electronic voting machines performed nearly flawlessly, or they experienced serious problems?depending on whom you talk to. Here are some states where the process broke down.
Presidential Election 2004: BEYOND ANY REASONABLE DOUBT, BUSH DID NOT WIN THE OHIO OR NATIONAL VOTE Story Here Archive
There is clear and compelling evidence that the election was stolen. By examining a very wide range of sworn testimonies from voters, polling officials and others close to the administration of the Nov. 2 election; by statistical analysis of the certified vote by mathematicians, election experts and independent research teams who have conducted detailed studies of the results in Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere; from experts who studied the voting machines, tabulators and other electronic equipment on which a fair vote count has depended; and from a team of attorneys and others who have challenged the Ohio results; the freepress.org investigative team has compiled a portrait of an election whose true outcome must be investigated further by the Congress, the media and all Americans because it was almost certainly not an honest victory for George W. Bush.
Ohio Republican Secretary of State brags about delivering Ohio for Bush Story Here Archive
Ohio?s Republican Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell boasted of helping ?deliver? Ohio for President Bush and said he was ?truly pleased? to announce Bush had won Ohio even before all of the state?s votes had been counted in his own fundraising letter, RAW STORY has discovered.
Media Whites Out Vote Fraud Story Here Archive
January 3, 2005 The Cleveland Federation of Labor is sending busloads of demonstrators to a rally in Columbus, Ohio, today to take part in a protest of election fraud in the 2004 presidential election.