Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Media Barely Touching Voter Fraud Scandal

In South Florida, voters in Palm Beach, Broward and Dade Counties reported that they attempted to select John Kerry but George Bush appeared on the screen. CNN has reported that a dozen voters in six states reported similar problems. See "Touchscreen Voting Problems Reported," --Associated Press, November 5.

In Columbus, Ohio, an electronic voting system gave President Bush nearly 4,000 extra votes. ---"Machine Error Gives Bush Extra Ohio Votes," Associated Press, November 5.

In Youngstown, Ohio voters who attempted to cast a vote for John Kerry on electronic voting machines said they saw that their votes were instead recorded as votes for George W. Bush.
The Cincinnati Enquirer reported that officials in Warren County, Ohio, had “locked down” its administration building to prevent anybody from observing the vote count there. Warren County Commissioners confirmed that they were acting on the advice of their Emergency Services Director, Frank Young. Mr. Young said he had been advised by the federal government to implement the measures for Homeland Security. The State of Ohio has said that of all of its 88 Counties, Warren alone decided the Homeland Security measures were necessary. The FBI's official statement was that no such warning was given to Warren County officials.

--Cincinnati Enquirer,


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