Skip to comments.Here's what has some of DU in an uproar
Posted on 11/04/2004 1:17:10 PM PST by DJnVa
Go to www.franklincountyohio.gov. Go to the election results. One district (Gahanna 1-B) shows Bush getting more votes than total votes cast in every other race. Each race is showing approx. 600 votes. Bush alone got more than 4000.
Be sure to let the slugs know that this is A.) a typo and B.) since it's got their drawers in such a bunch we're going to look very hard at the results from Cuyahoga county and Michigan and Pennsylvania.
Do they *really* want to discuss voter fraud?
If memory serves me correctly, they had the same problem in New Mexico in 2000, except that it was Bush that got shafted.
Doesn't matter the margin was 137,000+ not 4,000
Be sure to point out this little story from Detroit out to them.
I do poll checking ... in pa many of the state races had less votes than the presidential race ...
i.e. people didn't vote in those races. while working as a greeter for bush I heard numerous people say they had no idea who the candidates where in some of the statewide races.
Ask the DNC to release their pre-election internals from Ohio.
I had a registered name over there that I acquired about 2 weeks ago. I made it 4 posts and 10 minutes before they banned me. I didn't play it to well I guess.....
Perfect example. I have no kids, so I simply leave the school board positions blank. Most of my relatives kids are in private school, so I have zero information. Occasionally if I know one of the people, or dislike one of the people, I'll vote for/against that person, but for the most part I leave them blank.
They did it in 2000 why believe anything different for 2004. However, 2004 more pro Bush will be in attendance dancing in the streets and the anti crowd may get more than they bargained for.
Now, you have forgotten about thew hanging chads that "may also be in K's favor.
It's clearly a typo. But given that the result is more than 130,000 votes, this is clearly nothing.
I saw WDIV television reporting from one precinct in Detroit. There was a woman out front complaining about Republican poll watchers in the building to a couple of people with NAACP on their windbreakers.
Her complaint, verbatim?
"There's a white man in there!!"
Actually, this is a very good thing. The only way we are going to get voter fraud stopped is for the democrats to also raise the issue. If they raise the issue and make a stink about it, we can agree to enact new laws to stop this stuff.
There were a number of such anomalies that turned up in UNOFFICIAL results on election night.
New Mexico showed 20,000 votes for Kerry, none for Bush, none for any other candidate when one precinct from one county clocked in. Hard to say if that was fraud or error as I have been unable to find any PRECINCT by PRECINCT results of Albuquerque.
Nevada County in California was showing 144% voter participation until the early hours of the morning. Now they report something like 79% turnout.