Vote Manipulation Effort, Backed By Jesse Jackson, To Be Refiled Story Here Archive
The Ohio Supreme Court's chief justice on Thursday threw out a challenge to the state's presidential election results.
Green Party candidate David Cobb blasts Kerry, says he?s thwarting recount Story Here Archive
In an exclusive interview with RAW STORY Friday, the Green Party?s presidential candidate David Cobb lashed out at Sen. John Kerry, saying he Democratic nominee has tried to ?undermine,? ?delegitimize? and ?minimize? the Ohio recount.
Hanging chads that fell off leading to more votes for Kerry, Bush Story Here Archive
CINCINNATI - Hanging chads that came loose when punch-card ballots were handled again or rerun through tallying machines explain most of the additional votes President Bush and Democrat John Kerry are picking up in Ohio's recount, election officials said Friday.
Green party leader says GOP donors have voting machine concerns, notes letter to discourage voters that mirrors Rove Story Here Archive
In an exclusive interview with RAW STORY, Green Party presidential candidate David Cobb expressed concern about broad attempts made to disenfranchise voters in Ohio, and asserted that even Republican donors are concerned about the manipulating of voting machines.
Judge blocks count of newly discovered ballots in governor's race Story Here Archive
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) A judge Friday granted a state Republican Party request to block the counting of hundreds of recently discovered King County ballots in Washington?s incredibly close governor?s race.
Voters refile challenge of presidential results Story Here Archive
COLUMBUS, Ohio - Voters who said problems with voting machines Nov. 2 indicated fraud refiled a request with the Ohio Supreme Court on Friday to overturn the presidential results.
Ohio vote count battles escalate amidst new evidence of potential criminal activity Story Here Archive
The epic legal battle over Ohio's presidential vote count is back in the state Supreme Court, with an election challenge claiming George W. Bush was wrongly declared the winner on Nov. 2 and seeking a court-ordered reversal of that victory.
King County board moves to verify 573 ballots Story Here Archive
A divided King County Canvassing Board voted yesterday to allow signature verification on 573 hotly contested absentee ballots that Democrats hope will favor their candidate, Christine Gregoire, in the historically close governor's race.
County ends hand recount Story Here Archive
On Wednesday, they finished counting in Everett, added ballots in Seattle and subtracted votes in Mount Vernon.
Cascading errors shake voter confidence Story Here Archive
King County's elections director conceded yesterday that major mistakes in the count of the governor's race have made voters suspicious and likely weakened some of what he's tried to do since coming in after the division's last poor showing.
Law vague on Legislature's role Story Here Archive
Some state legislators dread the idea, but some lawyers say it's possible the Washington Legislature could have the last word on who becomes the state's next governor. The state Constitution carries a little- understood phrase that says "contested elections ... shall be decided by the Legislature in such manner as shall be determined by law."
Conyers Requests Investigation of Fraud in Ohio Vote Story Here Archive
Conyers Requests Investigation of Fraud in Ohio Vote - The Letter
Recount Advocates Appeal Decision; $1.4 Million Is Due Today Story Here Archive
SANTA FE? Advocates for a statewide recount of the recent presidential election in New Mexico must come up with a deposit of $1.4 million by 10 a.m. today, a state district judge ruled Wednesday.
Observers scrutinize recount of Ohio votes; Lucas County done with 1st part of job Story Here Archive
CINCINNATI - In a scene reminiscent of Florida circa 2000, two teams of Republican and Democratic election workers held punch-card ballots up to the light yesterday and whispered back and forth as they tried to divine the voters' intent from a few hanging chads.
Conyers wants probe of Ohio recount preparation Story Here Archive
A Detroit congressman asked the FBI on Wednesday to investigate an Ohio election worker's concern that presidential election results could have been altered when a software company employee worked on machines before a ballot recount.
Stark County recount finds no change in outcome Story Here Archive
For the third time, Sen. John Kerry beat President Bush in Stark County.
Green Party lays out hopes for recount-tampering civil lawsuit Story Here Archive
In an exclusive RAW STORY interview late Wednesday, Green Party spokesman Blair Bobier outlined his hopes for the Cobb-Badnarik-Kerry lawsuit addendum filed Wednesday.
Affidavit Filed in Ohio on Voting Machine Tampering. Story Here Archive
Attorneys for Green Party Presidential candidate David Cobb today filed an affidavit which outlines alleged voting machine tampering in Hocking County, Ohio, on the Friday before the recount began.
Libertarian observer questions recount policy Story Here Archive
NEWARK The presidential election recount began Wednesday at the Licking County Board of Elections, but it didn't begin the way one candidate's representative had hoped.
Federal Standards Needed to Reduce Voter Fraud Story Here Archive
WASHINGTON (NNPA) ? The patchwork of local and state voting laws should be replaced with a single federal standard that would make it easier to detect and reduce voter fraud, community leaders say.