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Did it happen the way you think?

Judicial Watch denied access Broward ballots sealed

are we stupid? things that just don't add up
12.4.2000 Judge Sanders Sauls Rules Right on Target

Florida Law absentee ballots and application requests

Justices Dust Off an 1887 Statute for Ballot Battle

By DAVID G. SAVAGE, HENRY WEINSTEIN, Times Staff Writers

Justices Dust Off an 1887 Statute for Ballot Battle Times

Rulings 2000 judges judging

The Supreme Court Ruling: Right or Wrong?
Los Angeles Times
Thursday, December 21, 2000

http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/decision2000/lat_scotus_intro.htmLos Angeles Times The Supreme Court Ruling: Right or Wrong?

WHILE THIS STATEMENT IN THE Who Lost Florida? IS BLATANT MISINFO AND DISTORTION

Jacob Weisberg
ARTICLE Posted Monday, Dec. 4, 2000
IS ACCEPTABLE AS AN ASSUMPTION:

The assumption that both undervotes and overvotes would be likely to mirror the precinct-by-precinct breakdown for the candidates is certainly plausible."

This next statement by Jacob Weisberg in his article is DANGEROUS AND WRONG!

"But it's fanciful to include overvotes, which are spoiled and can't be counted under election laws anywhere in the country."

Who Lost Florida? Jacob Weisberg Posted Monday, Dec. 4, 2000

The statement is wrong in view of the public statements made by Florida election canvassing board officials concerning the situation of such overvotes. The statement is dangerous because it misinforms the public with a broad statement that "overvotes" ... "can't be counted under election laws anywhere in the country."

Such overvotes were indeed reviewed in Florida, and reported as being reviewed in other states such as New Mexico, and while "spoiled" and categorized initially as rejected, were able in many instances in Florida to be determined by canvassing board reviews to be "valid" and distinguishable as to the intent of the voter!

FOLLOW THE TRAIL OF TREACHERY AND BE ALERT TO THE DANGER OF DEM AND REPUBLICAN EDITORS FORGING A BOOK TOGETHER!

Bush v. Gore web companion

Read WITH CARE the entire series of reports in "The PB County Vote" and in "How Al Gore lost the presidency" which include some interesting tidbits and ACTUAL FACTS all along the way!! The reports include studies and reviews of ballots conducted by the Palm Beach Post. However, beware of information about actual number of "undervotes," the number varies!

How Al Gore lost the presidency series published beginning the day after the election and includes the Jan. 14, 2001 Post Special Report: "Dade recount"

BEWARE OF POTENTIALLY FAULTY ANALYSIS BY POST COLUMNISTS WHO BASED THEIR POSITIONS ON TALLIES LATER SHOWN TO BE INACCURATE. REMEMBER, JUST A FEW BALLOTS WHICH ARE LATER DEEMED VALID, OR INVALID, COULD HAVE ALTERED THE FLORIDA COUNT. VERY IMPORTANT TO HAVE ACCURATE NUMBERS WHEN FORMULATING AN ANALYSIS.

Deadlock: America's Closest Election
In a Dark Hour, a Last-Minute Reprieve
Florida's High Court Revived Recount -- and the Prospects of a Bush Argument
Deadlock: America's Closest ElectionWashington Post series
George Bush would have gained six votes on Al Gore if all the dimples and chads on 10,600 previously uncounted ballots in Miami-Dade County had been included, according to a review by The Palm Beach Post...

Miami-Dade ballot recount
By Clay Lambert and Bill Douthat,
Palm Beach Post Staff Writers
Sunday, January 14, 2001

The review, concluded last week, also showed that the vast majority of ballots rejected as under-votes (meaning there was no clear punch for any candidate) when counted by machine appeared, in fact, to cast no vote for president. About 7,600 under-votes had no mark at all on the presidential column, or in rare cases included multiple votes that defied judgment. Most of the voters who did not indicate a vote for president did punch choices in other races.

But at least 2,257 voters apparently poked at their ballot cards without properly inserting them into the voting machines. Miami-Dade County Elections Supervisor David Leahy said that's because the voters failed to follow directions...

REMEMBER WE WONDERED ABOUT THIS?

The Miami-Dade canvassing board abandoned its manual recount Nov. 22 after counting 140 of the county's 616 precincts...

Miami-Dade ballot recount Sunday, January 14, 2001

Testimony shows no suppression of voters in Florida
By Jerry Seper
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
January 12, 2001

None of three black voters called as witnesses before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, investigating charges of a "conspiracy" to block minority voters, could show yesterday that they had been denied their right to vote in the Nov. 7 election.

http://www.washtimes.com/national/default-2001112224140.htm January 12, 2001

REMEMBER THESE NUMBERS Palm Beach CountyPalm Beach County
531 precincts
157,926 registered voters live in these precincts
98,401 ballots
were cast in these precincts
(62 percent turnout)

...all across Florida

The fact is, voters all across Florida fumbled at the polls - a total of 173,992 bungled their ballots, according to a Palm Beach Post analysis of numbers obtained in a survey of all 67 counties.

REMEMBER THESE FACTS NEWER DATA PUNCH MACHINES HAD HIGHER PERCENT UNDERVOTE RATE THAN OLDER, MORE EXPENSIVE VOTOMATIC MACHINES!

Elections officials were alarmed by an "unusually high" number of voters who had trouble punching their ballots for president on Palm Beach County's newest type of voting machine....

A Palm Beach Post analysis last month found that precincts using Data Punch machines in this election had a 4.4 percent under-vote rate, compared with a 1.5 percent rate on older, more expensive Votomatic machines used elsewhere in the county. The Data Punch machines accounted for nearly half of all 10,311 under-votes in this year's election.

MEANWHILE, THE MISINFO CONTINUES THESE MACHINES HAVE BEEN USED FOR YEARS KNOWINGLY WITH CERTAIN RATES OF ERROR BY ELECTION OFFICIALS

http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/decision2000/lat_vote001211.htmA 'Modern' Democracy That Can't Count Votes Monday, December 11, 2000

BUT AT LEAST THERE ARE REVELATIONS ABOUT FRAUD AND RIGGING ABILITY OF ALL SORTS, INCLUDING TOUCH SCREEN VOTING

... More than 8% of counties nationwide have upgraded to fully computerized touch-screen systems, similar to automated teller machines at banks.

Apart from their expense--an estimated $100 million to outfit Los Angeles County, for instance--some election officials do not trust them. Some of these systems provide no paper records for recounts or disputed elections.

Even those that do, some experts say, might be programmed to lie.

Other security concerns are raised by Internet voting. Despite what Arizona Democrats regard as a successful experiment in their primary this year, William Kimberling, the Federal Election Commission deputy director, calls it "a breeding ground for fraud."

What is never trouble-free is the combination of computers and humans...

http://www.latimes.com/news/politics/decision2000/lat_vote001211.htmA 'Modern' Democracy That Can't Count Votes Monday, December 11, 2000

 

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