Friday :: Nov 5, 2004

Computer "Glitch" In Ohio Gives Bush Nearly 4000 Votes Too Many - In Only ONE Precinct


by Steve

Watch for more of these stories to come out in the coming days, and then realize that there may well be other precincts and counties that had this "glitch" in a state that went for Bush by less than 140,000 votes with at least 150,000 provisional ballots outstanding from largely Democratic areas. As a result, you will see pretty soon a voting rights class action lawsuit spring up. Because once the vote amount separating the two candidates drops to 1% or less, you are in automatic recount territory, and since several states out west went for Bush by small margins and used similar computer systems, you have a whole new ballgame, especially if they are Diebold machines, in Ohio no less.

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