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Thursday, November 11, 2004

I was going to concede this election to Bush and just assume that he won "fair and square" but I can't ignore this anymore. Things smell weird. There seem to be quite a few voter irregularities going on here. One of the odd things is they aren't happening in states like California or Texas, states where we know who was going to win. They all have been happening in the so called "swing states."

Here are a few examples...

Columbus, OH. A Danaher ELECTronic 1242 computer error with a voting machine cartridge gave President Bush 3,893 extra votes in a Gahanna precinct. Records show only 638 voters cast ballots in that precinct. A cartridge from one of three voting machines at the polling place generated a faulty number at a computerized reading station. Matthew Damschroder, director of the Franklin County Board of Elections said the cartridge was retested Thursday and there were no problems. He couldn't explain why the computer reader malfunctioned. Story 1 Story 2

Mahoning County, OH. 20 to 30 machines that needed to be recalibrated during the voting process because some votes for a candidate were being counted for that candidate's opponent. Story

Broward county, FL. Several touch-screen voting machines in Broward County malfunctioned Election day morning when their batteries went dead. Story

More voting irregularities.

There is a petition done by Moveon.org asking congress for an investigation. Please sign it. Even if you hate Moveon.org, if this does not seem right to you please write your congressmen and your senators. Time is running out.

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