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King County Council chairman finds his ballot was rejected    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 13 December 2004
The question of whether to reconsider rejected ballots in Washington state's closest-in-history election for governor is no academic matter for King County Council Chairman Larry Phillips.

Onerous Recount in Ohio    Story Here  Archive
Paul Weyrich Free Congress Foundation 13 December 2004
There once was a time when the Rev. Jesse Jackson intervened in instances of genuine injustice. I have never been a fan of his, but I have to concede that he once did some good.

Protesters pushing for vote recount    Story Here  Archive
Casey Newton Arizona Republic 13 December 2004
A day before each state's electors cast their votes for president, a group of Arizona Democrats urged federal election officials to slam on the brakes.

Some voters holding out hope for Kerry victory    Story Here  Archive
Sam Howe Verhovek THE LOS ANGELES TIMES 13 December 2004
COLUMBUS, Ohio Clifford Arnebeck won't let it go. He can't let it go. Not, he says, while America refuses to recognize that John F. Kerry was elected president Nov. 2.

Conyers Alarmed at Efforts to Obstruct Ohio Recount Effort    Story Here  Archive
Press Release Common Dreams 13 December 2004
WASHINGTON December 12 Yesterday, it came to the attention of the House Judiciary Committee Democratic Staff that efforts to audit poll records in Greene County, Ohio are being obstructed by County Election officials and/or Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell. According to Joan Quinn and Eve Robertson, two election observers researching voting records, Greene County officials initially gave Quinn and Robertson access to poll records, and then abruptly withdrew such access. Greene County Director of Elections Carole Garman claimed that she had withdrawn access to the voting records at the direction of Secretary Blackwell. Regardless of who ordered the denial of this access, such an action appears to violate Ohio law. Later, at the same office, election observers found the office unlocked, and what appeared to be locked ballot boxes, unattended. Prior to the withdrawal of access to the books, observers had found discrepancies in election records, and possible evidence of minority vote suppression.

Groups File Election Challenge in Ohio    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 13 December 2004
COLUMBUS, Ohio Dec 13, 2004 ? Dissident groups asked the Ohio Supreme Court on Monday to review the outcome of the state's presidential race, hours before the Ohio delegation to the Electoral College was to cast ballots for president and vice president.

More Questions for Florida    Story Here  Archive
Kim Zetter WiredNews 13 December 2004
A government watchdog group is investigating allegations made by a Florida programmer that are whipping up a frenzy among bloggers and people who believe Republicans stole the recent election.

GREEN PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SAYS NEW MEXICO RECOUNT MUST BEGIN NOW    Story Here  Archive
Press Release Green Party 13 December 2004
Green Party presidential candidate David Cobb today said that the New Mexico recount of the presidential vote must begin immediately. Attorneys representing the Cobb campaign went to court on Friday in an effort to force New Mexico state officials to comply with state law and start the recount.

Ohio Vote Fraud Battle Heats Up    Story Here  Archive
Katherine Yurica Axis of Logic 13 December 2004
Today Congressman John Conyers, Ranking Member, Committee on the Judiciary and Dean, Congressional Black Caucus, will hold a congressional forum in Columbus, Ohio concerning new evidence of election irregularities and fraud in Ohio.

King County identifies previously uncounted ballots    Story Here  Archive
Press Release King County Elections 13 December 2004
King County Elections Director Dean Logan will ask the Canvass Board on Wednesday to amend the certified results of the November 2, 2004 General Election to include a series of absentee ballots wrongly rejected during the original canvas.

Ballots Wrongly Denied in Wash. Gov. Race    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 13 December 2004
The election director in Seattle's King County said Monday that hundreds of absentee ballots were mistakenly rejected in the heavily Democratic stronghold - enough to swing the close governor's race to Democrat Christine Gregoire.

Election Board To Discuss Recount    Story Here  Archive
Associated Press 13 December 2004
SANTA FE? The state Board of Canvassing meets Tuesday to decide the next step in a requested recount of ballots in the presidential race.

Startling new revelations highlight rare Congressional hearings on Ohio vote    Story Here  Archive
Bob Fitrakis, Steve Rosenfeld and Harvey Wasserman, FreePress.org 13 December 2004
Startling new revelations about Ohio's presidential vote have been uncovered as Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee join Rev. Jesse Jackson in Columbus, the state capital, on Monday, Dec. 13, to hold a rare field hearing into election malfeasance and manipulation in the 2004 vote.

Recount Efforts Move Forward In Ohio & New Mexico    Story Here  Archive
Press Release Audit The Vote 13 December 2004
As recounts begin in all several Ohio counties today, and the New Mexico Secretary of State stalls New Mexico's recount efforts, state electors will meet across the country to cast their votes.

Voting company tampered with recount effort    Story Here  Archive
John Byrne | RAW STORY 13 December 2004
David Cobb, the unsuccessful Green Party presidential candidate, aired startling allegations at the Democratic House Judiciary Committee?s Columbus hearings Monday, alleging that a voting company representative tampered with voting equipment in Columbus last Friday and attempted to plant false information into the Ohio recount.

Send No Messengers of Defeat: The Texas Capitol Rally Against Election Fraud    Story Here  Archive
Greg Moses PeaceFile 13 December 2004
?Today across the country a citizen uprising begins,? says Kip Humphrey, giving the first speech of his life, under a pure blue sky in Texas. It is the day before the Electoral College meets, and Humphrey is here to demonstrate his anger and disappointment with the way that election 2004 has gone down.

Send No Messengers of Defeat: The Texas Capitol Rally Against Election Fraud    Story Here  Archive
Greg Moses PeaceFile 13 December 2004
?Today across the country a citizen uprising begins,? says Kip Humphrey, giving the first speech of his life, under a pure blue sky in Texas. It is the day before the Electoral College meets, and Humphrey is here to demonstrate his anger and disappointment with the way that election 2004 has gone down.

Election rules face Supreme Court test Monday    Story Here  Archive
The Olympian 12 December 2004
Election workers will return to their tables Monday to continue the hand recount of votes cast for governor of Washington, but the count that might decide the election could come from the state Supreme Court chambers in Olympia.  The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments Monday afternoon on the Democratic Party's lawsuit seeking to clarify ballot-counting rules. The suit asks that elections officials in at least four counties be forced to reconsider about 15,000 ballots that were rejected the first time around by canvassing boards.

Bruce Davidson: Will paper ballots make a comeback?    Story Here  Archive
Bruce Davidson San Antonio Express-News 12 December 2004
Bexar County's $7.5 million electronic voting equipment performed without major problems in last month's presidential election, but the county could return to optical-scan paper ballots in the future.

Election doubts provoke protest    Story Here  Archive
CHRISTIAN HILL THE OLYMPIAN 12 December 2004
OLYMPIA More than 30 people stood Saturday in the shadow of the Capitol to vent about an electoral system they say has left voters out in the cold. They're among many in the United States who believe the presidential election nearly six weeks ago was fraught with voting irregularities and other problems, putting the outcome in doubt.

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