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Is the 2008 Election Rigged?

Rami Nagel Charismatic democratic leader, Barack Obama had a stunning lead going into the New Hampshire primary, with a huge media blitz, and a lot of energy behind him. Then all of a sudden, despite exit polls showing huge leads ...

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Ohio voting machines have critical flaws

Report: Ohio voting machines have critical flaws, could undermine ’08 election  CINCINNATI– All five voting systems used in Ohio, a state whose electoral votes narrowly swung two elections toward President Bush, have critical flaws that could undermine the integrity of ...

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20 percent of election printouts were unreadable

A recount after next year’s presidential election could mean disaster for Cuyahoga County based on problems discovered Tuesday with paper records produced by electronic voting machines. More than 20 percent of the printouts from touch-screen voting machines were unreadable and ...

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Uproar: Bush official’s quip on black voters

John Byrne Judiciary Chairman John Conyers (D-MI) rebuked a Justice Department voting official Friday night who said Ohio’s African American voters faced long lines in the 2004 presidential election because blacks tend to vote at night. Justice Department Voting Section ...

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Election Fraud special

Where’s the US news media? George Bush was not elected president in 2004. Greg Palast discovered the smoking gun. Karl Rove and at least one of the federal prosecutors appointed by Alberto Gonzales engaged in a criminal conspiracy to deny ...

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Ballots ‘rejected automatically’

 Tens of thousands of votes in the Holyrood election were rejected by the counting machines without any human adjudication, BBC Scotland has learned. An investigation has established that the machines were programmed to reject some of the new style ballot ...

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