Thursday, November 11, 2004

Public service announcement

According to the Palm Beach Post, over the course of election day 2004, the electronic voting machines in Broward County, Florida, counted backwards: yes, as more people voted, the official vote count went down.

In one Columbus, Ohio, suburb, election officials have acknowledged that electronic voting machines credited Bush with winning 4258 votes, even though only 638 people voted there.

In a letter to Republican donors, Walden O'Dell, CEO of Diebold Inc., the manufacturer of voting systems used in Ohio and Florida, wrote, "I am committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to the president next year."

While these cases aren't in themselves evidence that the Republicans stole the 2004 election, they are fishy enough to warrent investigation.

To that end, please encourage all of your friends in the U.S. to sign Moveon.org's petition.

Also, check this out. (Discovered on Stephanie Young's blog.)

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