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Diebold Admits Voting Machines Don’t Count Votes Correctly

Diebold Admits Voting Machines Don’t Count Votes Correctly

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ey2TrJvtGN8

 

Diebold Coverup, Says SAIC Report And Stephen Spoonamore

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j8EeaFyY4y4

 



Here’s how they steal your vote

Here’s how they steal your vote

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTBLfgos5b8

 



Attorneys assert claim against Karl Rove for theft of 2004 Election

Attorneys assert claim against Karl Rove for theft of 2004 Election

Ohio News Bureau
July 17, 2008

COLUMBUS, OHIO: Plaintiff attorneys for a lawsuit filed in 2006 that sought voting records to prove whether their suspicion that Republicans conspired to suppress the votes of two active Democratic demographics that helped President Bush win the state and a second term in the White House, changed the focus of their lawsuit Thursday, saying they will now focus on learning more about the roles played by Karl Rove, Bush’s political architect and Mike Connell, a long-time Bush family confidant and Information technology guru – now working for Sen. John McCain – who as an information technology tradesman, built various computer systems that produced election irregularities that favored Republicans and whose work, if not ferreted out and stopped now, may do the same this year for McCain as it did for Bush against Kerry four years ago.

Ohio became famous, or infamous depending on your political persuasion, for catapulting George W. Bush into a second term as the nation’s president. In 2004 the state was run by Republicans, who held all statewide offices and controlled both houses of the legislature. The Secretary of State at the time was Kenneth J. Blackwell, an African American from Cincinnati who previously had served as State Treasurer and was in his second term as the state’s chief elections officer. At the time, Blackwell was also the co-chairman of the Bush-Cheney re-election committee. When the narrow election was over, Bush won Ohio from his Democratic rival, Massachusetts’ Sen. John Kerry, by the slim margin of about 118, 000 plus votes, or few than a dozen votes for each of Ohio’s 11,000 polling locations.

Read Full Article Here

 

Rove Threatened GOP I.T. Guru to “’take the fall’ for election fraud in Ohio”
Letter Sent to Attorney General Mukasey Requesting ’Protection for Mr. Connell and His Family From This Reported Attempt to Intimidate a Witness’ After Tip from ’Credible Source’

UPDATE: OH AG Reportedly Asked to Provide Immunity Protection…

Brad Blog
July 25, 2008

Karl Rove has threatened a GOP high-tech guru and his wife, if he does not “’take the fall’ for election fraud in Ohio,” according to a letter sent this morning to Attorney General Michael Mukasey, by Ohio election attorney Cliff Arnebeck.

The email, posted in full below, details threats against Mike Connell of the Republican firm New Media Communications, which describes itself on its website as “a powerhouse in the field of Republican website development and Internet services” and having “played a strategic role in helping the GOP expand its technological supremacy.”

Read Full Article Here

 



Reports of Vote Fraud in Texas and Ohio

Report On Vote Stealing In Texas

KPRC
March 5, 2008

Voters reported being turned away from the polls, prompting a criminal investigation into vote stealing, Local 2 Investigates reported Tuesday.

The Harris County District Attorney’s Office confirmed it is contacting the victims, all centered around Precinct 219 in southeast Houston.

“I feel really hurt,” said Garland Boone, a voter in the Third Ward neighborhood off Yellowstone, where the scam was reported.

He said his neighbors who are victims “don’t have a chance to express their vote. Everybody needs to express their own vote.”

Precinct Judge Edna Russell told Local 2 Investigates that some senior citizen voters had to be turned away because absentee ballots had already been mailed in using their names.

“Somebody had already voted for me,” said Georgia Ireland.

She and the other victims reported that people were going door-to-door, offering help to seniors with filing voter registration forms.

Some victims signed the paperwork, while others did not, but the scammers then used the information to mail absentee ballots in their names, meaning their votes were stolen from them.

“I thought that was horrible,” Ireland said. “I really wanted to know how they could do that (because) I never signed nothing. Not a thing.”

Witnesses inside the voting location at Mount Olive Baptist Church said some of the victims cried and others yelled, “This is how they’re going to steal the election from (Presidential candidate Barrack) Obama.”

The precinct judge said some of the victims have had their votes stolen in the past, which indicates that once the scammers have someone’s personal information, they could become victims again and again in the future.

“I would be furious,” said another voter, Carolyn Stubblefield. “What’s the world coming to where you can’t even go vote anymore? Somebody would even steal your right to vote.”

Less than 10 victims were reported to the district attorney’s office, where investigators began contacting those voters to see if they can identify who is responsible.

 

Reports Of Voting Irregularities In Ohio

Columbus Dispatch
March 4, 2008

The campaigns of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are complaining about problems at the polls in Ohio.

Clinton’s camp said it has received “troubling reports of irregularities and inappropriate behavior by Sen. Obama’s campaign across the state,” including a certified Obama poll watcher being removed by the presiding judge in an Akron precinct for “aggressively challenging voters.”

There also were reports in Cincinnati of Obama poll watchers being reprimanded after wearing campaign paraphernalia into polling places, a violation of election law, Clinton state director Robby Mook said in a news release.

But the Obama campaign disputed the Clinton camp’s characterization of what happened in Akron, saying that after a poll worker was informed of the rules for observers, the Obama volunteer was allowed to perform his duties.

MSNBC also quoted Brian Williams, director of the Summit County Board of Elections, as calling the Clinton campaign’s depiction of what happened “an overstatement,” saying he “would not characterize that as aggressively challenging voters.”

Ohio Secretary of State Jennifer Brunner’s office also issued an e-mail this morning to all election officials that a letter signed by Obama’s campaign director in Ohio authorizing the letter-bearer to serve as a legal poll monitor is not sufficient.

To be allowed access to a polling location, an observer must be duly appointed before the election as an official observer and have a certificate.

Brunner’s office said in its e-mail that the letter being presented by Obama supporters to election officials “is not legally sufficient on its own to allow someone to gain access to polling places.”

Obama’s campaign said the letter is only being used as identification for people monitoring polling locations from the outside. Brunner’s office said there were no widespread reports of problems with Obama observers inside the polls.

Obama’s camp, meanwhile, complained that some voters asking for Democratic ballots are being given Republican or issues-only ballots instead. In addition, voter identification requirements were being mishandled in some areas, causing some voters to be turned away, they said.

Without actually accusing the Clinton campaign of what could be poll-worker error, Obama state director Paul Tewes said in a statement, “We understand that the Clinton campaign may want to depress turnout because Barack Obama has closed a 20-point gap over the course of this month as voters across the state got to know him.

“We will continue to monitor the polls to ensure that all Ohioans who choose to participate in today’s election are able to do so regardless of who they choose to vote for,” Tewes said.

People PAID to stand on corners with Hillary signs
http://backtalkeastdallas.typepad.com/back_talk/2008/02/southern-fried.html

Latest Clinton tactic: Fake news reports
http://weblogs.newsday.com/news/loca..clinton_tactic_fake_new.html

Limbaugh Makes Last Minute Push For Hillary
http://www.newsmax.com/insidecover/lim..2008/03/03/77428.html

Ohio, ‘especially Cleveland’, under scrutiny for voting problems
http://www.ohio.com/news/ap?articleID=421261&c=y

Do You Want a Defense Contractor Controlling The US Elections?
http://www.bradblog.com/?p=5759

Hillary Watch

 



Ron Paul doesn’t plan to drop out

‘Message’ candidate doesn’t plan to drop out

Star Telegram
February 6, 2008

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Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul speaks during the West Virginia Republican presidential convention Tuesday in Charleston, W.Va.

One month into the 2008 presidential primaries, Texan Ron Paul has outlasted a half-dozen other GOP hopefuls.

The 72-year-old doctor-turned-politician says he has no plans to quit no matter how everything shakes out today after the Super Tuesday votes are counted.

“There were 11 candidates, and now we’re down to four,” he told a Minnesota crowd this week. “We started low and we keep going.

“If I dropped out, my supporters wouldn’t be happy.”

That’s exactly right, said Jeremy Blosser, a 31-year-old Paul supporter from Arlington.

“We have no intention of going anywhere,” he said.

“Ron Paul has been fighting for our rights and for a constitutional government for over 30 years, and this campaign has spread those ideas to an entire generation. We see no reason to not keep going.

“We are Texans — we don’t run away when the chips are down and the stakes are high.”

Paul may have greater staying power on the campaign trail because his fundraising has been fairly healthy, pulling in more than $28 million since his campaign kicked off, new federal election records show.

He has come in third and fourth in several primaries and took second in Nevada’s primary last month.

To many, he is seen as a “message” candidate — trying to get the word out about his desire to end the war, bring home troops, reduce the size of government and get leaders to more literally follow the Constitution.

“His fundraising has been substantial, and he’s trying to get his message out,” said Bruce Buchanan, a government professor at the University of Texas at Austin who specializes in presidential politics.

“There will come a point when it’s truly down to two and he doesn’t have a percentage to make it into the debates anymore, and then he may fold his tent.

“I don’t think he will until he has to.”

Neither Paul nor spokesman Jesse Benton could be reached for comment Tuesday, as they were campaigning in Super Tuesday states.

But few expect him to go quietly into the night.

“He is certainly the un-cola of Republican candidates,” said Tom Marshall, a political science professor at the University of Texas at Arlington.

“Message candidates don’t drop out as easily or as quickly.”

 

Ron Paul 2nd In Montana
Ron Paul garnered 24.54% in Montana, 21.16% in North Dakota, and gained respectable percentages and delegates elsewhere.

Nolan Chart
February 6, 2008

While Paul supporters may be tempted to despair as they look over the results of Super Tuesday, there are some gems among the general rubble indicating that not all Americans are asleep in front of their TV sets.

Here are the Montana results:

  • Romney 38.34%
  • Paul 24.54%
  • McCain 21.96%
  • Huckabee 15.03%

Here are the North Dakota results:

  • Romney 35.47%
  • McCain 22.61%
  • Paul 21.16%
  • Huckabee 19.79%

Dr. Paul also achieved respectable percentages in Alaska and Minnesota with 16.41% and 15.25% respectively. In other states he has received or has the prospect of gaining delegates, if not high percentages.

Maybe the folks in some of these states aren’t big TV addicts? My guess would be that Dr. Paul’s results are probably inversely proportional to television addiction on a state by state basis. Anyone have viewership statistics by state?

Ron Paul is in this for the long haul, and as his supporters, we need to stand behind him and fight for our liberty!

Recent News:

Ron Paul Still Running, Why?
http://www.nolanchart.com/article2495.html

Ron Paul Rolls On Despite Super Tuesday Primary Results
http:=”” www.nolanchart.com=”” article2490.html=””>

Ron Paul National Delegate Count Now 42 or More
http://ronpaul2008.typepad…8/2008/02/ron-paul-nation.html

“Super Tuesday” or “Stupor Tuesday” – The Property Party Wins Again…
http://911blogger.com/node/13735

What Really Happened in Alaska
http://www.nolanchart.com/article2518.html

Republican Web Consultant Rips Chapter From Ron Paul Supporters’ Playbook
http://blog.wired.com/27..2/republican-web.html

776,000 CA Voters May Not Have Ballots Counted
http://blogs.laweekly.com/ladaily/..e-bubble-toil-and-trouble/

NH Recount Albert Howard needs you
http://www.ronpaulwarroom.com/?p=5117

Problems In Early Super Tuesday Voting
http://rawstory.com//printstory.php?story=9152

Voting issues in Arizona. Voters turned away: ‘You can see people’s vote in front of you’
http://www.azcentral.com/..0205super-azprimary0205.html

Bev Harris: Eye witness report of ballot stuffing in Colo. caucus: miscounts against Ron Paul
http://www.bbvforums.org/cgi-bin/forums/show.cgi?73/71718

Ron Paul Backer Cries Foul In Brooklyn
http://www.nydailynews.com/blo..paul-backer-cries-foul-in.html

Video proof of California Election fraud
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWKxwVZmomc

NJ Gov. unable to vote due to malfunctioning voting machines
http://www.nj.com/news/index.s..cant_vote_because_of_p.html

CNN – Ron Paul’s Best Friend is the Internet
Ron Paul Rally – University of Minnesota
Diebold voting machine key copied from pic on Diebold site

 



FOX News Exposes Diebold Electronic Vote Flipping

FOX News Exposes Diebold Electronic Vote Flipping

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4FPuLNjvAc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZws98jw67g

CBS: Little e-voting accountability on Super Tuesday
http://rawstory.com/news/2007/CBS_Little_…per_0203.html

California Republicans Limit Their Primary To Those Registered in Party
http://youdecide08.foxnews.com/2008/02…y-to-those-registered-in-party/

6 of 15 Super Tuesday states using electronic voting machines have “high” likelihood of election results affected by malfunction or tampering
http://www.allheadlinenews.com/articles/7009906426

 



Voting Problems Reported In Florida

Multiple Voting Machine Problems Reported In Florida
Media reports switching of machines, non functioning machines as “glitches”

Steve Watson
Infowars.net
January 29, 2008

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Multiple problems with electronic voting machines have been reported in Florida today as people take to the polls in the latest presidential primary.

Eagle eyed members of the prisonplanet forum are scouring media reports and keeping a close watch on events in Florida in light of the ongoing saga with the New Hampshire primary and the recount fiasco.

Keep track of events at this live thread where members are posting the latest information.

So far multiple reports have indicated that voters are experiencing problems throughout the state, particularly with the electronic machines.

The Palm Beach Post reports:

At Kings Point in suburban Delray Beach, voters encountered delays after a poll worker mistakenly shut down the voting machines, Elections Supervisor Arthur Anderson told reporters.

“They were on and then someone mistakenly, accidentally turned them off,” Anderson said while visiting H.L. Johnson Elementary School in Royal Palm Beach. “Allegedly someone tripped over a line or something like that.”

The machines couldn’t be turned back on, so workers had to bring in replacement machines and program them. “It’s going to delay the process,” he said.

This will have resulted in lost votes and once again goes to show that the machines are unreliable and detrimental to the democratic voting process.

According to other reports, machines in some precincts were delivered late and so voting was delayed, causing some to abandon the lines.

Other problems with the machines have been reported by voters. The Sun Sentinal reports:

Rabbi Richard Yellin said he was first in line at the polling location at Congress Avenue and Woolbright Boulevard in Boynton Beach, but that did him little good when it came to casting his vote.

“There has been a major failure of the voting, at least at this precinct,” he said.

He said he tried five times to use the voting machine but it would not allow him to vote. About a dozen people were also at the precinct to vote, Yellin said. “None of the machines worked,” Yellin said.

Poll workers were attempting to obtain help from the main elections office, but were still struggling to activate the machines when Yellin said he had to leave to attend to his duties at the synagogue.

Another voter reported that she noticed that the poll worker in her precinct pushed the non-partisan button for her when assigning her card, even though she’s a registered Democrat. Nonpartisan voters cannot vote in the presidential primary. From The Palm Beach Post:

When Monzon pointed this out, she says the poll worker sought out help from a supervisor, who then called the supervisor of elections office.

Monzon says that after the supervisor got off the phone with the elections office, she told Monzon and the poll worker that this problem is happening around the county and that there is nothing that can be done about it.

Monzon says other voters present had the same problem. In one case, a wife was able to vote and but her husband was not because his ballot was changed to nonpartisan.

In Broward County, which was subject to recounts and hanging chads in 2000, some machines also malfunctioned or did not function whatsoever, as reported by NBC:

In Broward County Fla., minor delays were reported this morning at a half dozen polling locations. Voters who provide a driver’s license for identification have their license run through a machine that reads the magnetic stripe on the back. (The machine is called an EVID). At least six of those EVID machines at different polling locations did not work this morning.

Today’s primary will be the last time for at least 4 years that residents will use the machines as they have been judged to be too unreliable and detrimental to voter confidence.

 

FOX snubs Ron Paul in Florida – (2/29/2008)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJ_Dtuz1dnw

FLA Voters Report Problems At Polls
http://www.orlandosentinel.com/..908,0,5071870,print.story

Multiple Voting Machine Problems In FLA
http://www.palmbeachpost.com..r/2008/01/29/0129pbcvoting.html