Thursday, November 11, 2004

Even More Evidence: Voter Fraud in Ohio

"In light of the fact that Blackwell and the CEO of Diebold (manufacturer of the voting system used in Ohio) both made statements alluding to the fact that Bush would win Ohio's electoral votes weeks before the election, news continues to surface that points to the fact that the Ohio vote was fraudulent and election officials there were the perpetrators of this plot to commit the crime of fraud--that these obviously partisan Bush supporters were placed in charge of election proceedings and held the vote count behind closed doors is nothing

Now that the data is beginning to trickle in from the November 2nd election, many across the nation are raising an eyebrow to results that do not seem to mesh with reality.

In one voting precinct in Gahanna, Ohio, 4,258 voters supposedly cast an electronic ballot for George Bush while only 260 voted for John Kerry. While it is vaguely possible that over 94% of voters in the precinct supported George W. Bush, it is a hard number to believe considering that only 638 voters were counted at the polling center.

To view the vote count for yourself, click on this link and scroll to page 23 (Adobe Acrobat Reader required).

Another curious number that should be investigated is how the Gahanna District ended up with a voter turnout ABOVE 100% according to data compiled by the Washington Dispatch.

Within this recent election, 20,736 voters cast ballots in all of Gahanna's districts while the City of Gahanna only shows that it has roughly 20,130 citizens of voting age. Even with 90% voter registration, 20,736 ballots cast within the City of Gahanna would be an amazing feat worthy of biblical notoriety. Others may call it fraud.

--Washington Dispatch, Nov 11


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