Jan 11, 2008

Vote Fraud and all That Jazz

"I think people from out of state don't completely understand how our process works and they compare it to the system that might exist in Florida or Ohio, where they have had serious problems," he said. "Perhaps the best thing that could happen for us is to have a recount to show the people that ... the votes that were cast on election day were accurately reflected in the results. And I have every confidence that will be the case."
If you will go to this link on BlackBoxVoting.org and scroll down a ways, you'll see a chart comparing Towns with Paper Ballots and Towns with Diebold Machines.
You can also read more about Diebold here.

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2 comments:

Ted said...

I read in one blog that the people in New Hampshire were racist because they didn't vote Obama.

That was such a bunch of crap. I don't think there were any problems with the primary.

Why would there be? Bush isn't running.

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Carol said...

Hi Ted,
I don't think that the elections were rigged, especially since it wasn't Bush running ::wink:: As far as NH being a racist State, speaking as a Native, I would have to say that it is kinda, sorta, in a way.