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Keyword: ohio2004

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  • PLEASE HELP: I NEED TO RESPOND TO CHARGES ABOUT DIEBOLD MACHINES AND THE "THEFT OF OHIO" IN 2004

    10/14/2008 6:18:12 AM PDT · by MrChips · 50 replies · 1,183+ views
    Hi all. Please excuse the vanity. But we are having a mock election at school today, run by a liberal history teacher, and when I joked about prnting up extra ballots stamped with the words "APPROVED BY ACORN" he violently assaulted me with "In 2004 the head of Diebold (voting machines) said 'We can win Ohio for Bush'." I dismissed it, saying "well that does not make right what ACORN is doing now. But, he continued on his point. Of course, this is the same fellow, when I passed him in the hallway the morning after the vice-presidential debate and...
  • Analysis Indicates Bush Stole Ohio in 2004 (*bong-cookoo* alert!)

    01/18/2006 11:22:26 AM PST · by pabianice · 28 replies · 795+ views
    prweb.com ^ | 1/18/06
    2004 Ohio Precinct-Level Exit Poll Data Show Virtually Irrefutable Evidence of Vote Miscount The National Election Data Archive (NEDA) is the first mathematical team to release a valid scientific analysis of the precinct-level 2004 Ohio presidential exit poll data. NEDA's analysis provides virtually irrefutable evidence of vote miscount. (PRWEB) January 17, 2006 -- There is significant controversy about whether the 2004 presidential election was conducted fairly and its votes counted correctly. According to results of the major national election exit poll conducted for the National Election Pool by Edison/Mitofsky (E/M), Kerry won Ohio's pivotal vote, though the official tally gave...
  • I Heard A Nice Lady Call Rush Limbaugh Today

    10/25/2005 7:29:13 AM PDT · by PurpleMountains · 6 replies · 368+ views
    From Sea to Shining Sea ^ | 10/25/05 | Purple Mountains
    I heard a nice lady call Rush Limbaugh today to complain about the disdain in which he holds liberals. She felt that she was a nice person and didn’t appreciate some of the terms he was using. She felt that conservatives had gone after President Clinton just as viciously as some liberals attack President Bush. I won’t go into the exchange that went on except to say that, as usual, Rush pointed out the differences very adroitly, but her call got me thinking. She was a nice lady, and I’ve met a lot of nice ladies who are liberals. When...
  • Kerry lawyer asks for visual inspection of some Ohio ballots

    12/12/2004 7:09:52 PM PST · by Jean S · 75 replies · 4,249+ views
    AP via ONN ^ | 12/12/04
    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Democrat John Kerry is asking county elections officials to allow his witnesses to visually inspect the 92,000 ballots cast in Ohio in which no vote for president was recorded, a Kerry lawyer said Sunday night. The request is one of 11 items that Kerry is asking for as part of the recount that Ohio's 88 county boards of election will begin this week, according to a letter sent to the boards over the weekend. "We're trying to increase the transparency of the election process," said Donald McTigue, the lawyer handling the recount for the Kerry campaign. Two...
  • FEDERAL JUDGE RULES THAT OHIO RECOUNT WILL GO FORWARD IN ALL COUNTIES

    12/06/2004 11:16:45 AM PST · by areafiftyone · 200 replies · 6,613+ views
    Green Party ^ | 12/6/04
    Federal Judge Rules That Ohio Recount Will Go Forward in All Counties. COBB/LaMARCHE 2004http://www.votecobb.orgDecember 06, 2004 (released December 03, 2004)Contact: Blair Bobier, Media Director at 541.929.5755 FEDERAL JUDGE RULES THAT OHIO RECOUNT WILL GO FORWARD IN ALL COUNTIESGreen Party presidential candidate David Cobb today expressed his satisfaction with a ruling by a federal judge taking jurisdiction over a Delaware County, Ohio lawsuit and denying the county's attempt to stop the recount of presidential ballots in that county. "We are very pleased that the judge recognized our right to a recount and that the recount will go forward in each and...
  • Challenges Planned to Ohio's Presidential Vote Totals

    12/05/2004 10:45:00 PM PST · by TBP · 80 replies · 3,501+ views
    The Washington Post ^ | Monday, December 6, 2004 | Associated Press
    COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 5 -- When Ohio Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell certifies the state's final presidential election results, declaring President Bush the winner by about 119,000 votes, critics say they intend to present two challenges. Lawyers representing voters upset about problems at the polls plan to contest the results with the Ohio Supreme Court, citing documented cases of long lines, a shortage of machines and a pattern of problems in predominantly black neighborhoods. In addition, third-party candidates, bolstered by a favorable federal court ruling, plan to file requests for a recount in each of Ohio's 88 counties. About...
  • Ohio Validates 121,598 Provisional Ballots [Bush Win Safe In Ohio]

    12/02/2004 11:37:23 AM PST · by West Coast Conservative · 5 replies · 1,246+ views
    AP ^ | Dec. 2, 2004
    President Bush's unofficial margin of victory in Ohio is safe, after the remaining 10 counties in this battleground state finished ballot certification Wednesday and results showed there were fewer provisional ballots validated than the margin. Ohio's 88 counties reported validating 121,598 provisional ballots from 156,977 checked, according to an Associated Press tabulation. Bush's margin of victory on Nov. 2 was 136,483 votes. He received 2,796,147 votes to Kerry's 2,659,664. Kerry conceded after figuring that he would not get enough of the provisional ballot vote to overtake Bush's total. The state previously reported there were 155,337 provisional ballots statewide. Provisionals are...
  • Kerry/Edwards officially are now part of the Ohio Recount. Papers Filed.

    11/30/2004 7:28:20 PM PST · by Next_Time_NJ · 200 replies · 13,828+ views
    Ohio — Today, attorneys representing the Kerry-Edwards campaign filed papers in Delaware County, Ohio to intervene in legal proceedings in defense of Green Party presidential candidate David Cobb, Libertarian Michael Badnarik and their legal counsel, the National Voting Rights Institute, who are seeking a recount of all votes cast for president in the Ohio 2004 general election.
  • Kerry clutches to hopes of recount victory (Dream on!)

    11/29/2004 10:42:14 AM PST · by dascallie · 90 replies · 3,098+ views
    North County News ^ | Adam Stone
    Kerry clutches to hopes of recount victory White House calls on nation to 'come together' Some supporters of Massachusetts Senator John Kerry and running mate John Edwards cling to the hope that an Ohio recount can swing the election by Adam Stone A White House spokeswoman told North County News last Friday that citizens should embrace the Election Day results and dismiss recount efforts in Ohio that could hand Democratic Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts the presidency. "The election has ended, and now is the time for the country to come together to address the challenges our nation faces," the...
  • Ohio Has Clearer Picture of Ballots Now

    11/16/2004 5:50:14 PM PST · by Perdogg · 21 replies · 1,715+ views
    Mercury News ^ | 11/16/04 - 2 hrs ago | MARK WILLIAMS -AP
    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Most of the presidential election provisional ballots rejected so far in Ohio came from people who were not even registered to vote, election officials said after spending nearly two weeks poring over thousands of disputed votes. The vast majority of provisional ballots have been legitimate, however. Of the 11 counties that have completed checking ballots, 81 percent of the ballots are valid, according to a survey Monday by The Associated Press. Unofficial vote totals show President Bush beating Democrat John Kerry by 136,000 votes in Ohio, and Kerry has conceded there are not enough outstanding votes to...
  • How Ohio Voted (Ohio Red/Blue Map)

    11/04/2004 6:54:58 AM PST · by TonyInOhio · 93 replies · 6,436+ views
    Cleveland Plain Dealer ^ | 11/04/04 | Dave Davis
    Here's how we did it, FReepers: