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    11/07/2006 3:28:16 PM PST · by GilGil · 50 replies · 3,614+ views
    The Guardian (UK) ^ | Monday November 6, 2006 | Greg Palast
    by Greg Palast for The Guardian (UK), Comment Monday November 6, 2006 Here's how the 2006 mid-term election was stolen. Note the past tense. And I'm not kidding. And shoot me for saying this, but it won't be stolen by jerking with the touch-screen machines (though they'll do their nasty part). While progressives panic over the viral spread of suspect computer black boxes, the Karl Rove-bots have been tunneling into the vote vaults through entirely different means. For six years now, our investigations team, at first on assignment for BBC TV and the Guardian, has been digging into the nitty-gritty...
  • Dick Morris: Polls Show GOP Tilt

    11/05/2006 7:16:11 PM PST · by InvisibleChurch · 117 replies · 4,410+ views ^ | Sunday, Nov. 5, 2006 9:36 p.m. EST
    The latest polls show a tilt to the Republicans, noted political strategist Dick Morris tells NewsMax exclusively. Morris made the following observations late Sunday: The Republicans will lose the House. The Republicans will likely keep the Senate. The GOP now has a lock on Tennessee, and four other states remain in contention: Montana, Missouri, Virginia and Rhode Island. The Democrats have to win all four to get control of the Senate. Morris says that is highly unlikely. The latest voter trends suggest the Republicans may not face disaster. The most recent Pew poll has the generic Democratic vote up just...
  • Republicans Roll (Georgia)

    11/06/2002 7:55:42 AM PST · by LTCJ · 55 replies · 339+ views
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 6 Nov 2002 | Jim Galloway
    [ The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: 11/6/02 ] ELECTION 2002 Republicans roll Perdue elected Georgia's first GOP governor in 130 yearsChambliss ousts Cleland amid party's gains nationwide By JIM GALLOWAYAtlanta Journal-Constitution Staff Writer Gov. Roy Barnes and House Speaker Tom Murphy were swept from office Tuesday, as voters ended 130 years of Democratic domination and created a divided state government that leads Georgia into uncharted territory. Sonny Perdue, a former state senator from middle Georgia who was outspent 6-to-1, became the state's first Republican governor since 1872. Georgia was the only state in the nation that didn't elect a Republican governor sometime...