60,000 versus 40,000. See how the undervotes grow?
While we are thankful for the theoretical efforts of the Miami-Herald
study for a fun time weeding through it far into the night:
Sunday, December 3, 2000, in the Miami Herald
IF THE VOTE
Gore would have had the edge in glitch-free Florida balloting, based on a Herald analysis
de GALE, LILA ARZUA AND CURTIS MORGAN
"Miami-Herald reporters contacted the election departments of each of
Florida's 67 counties to get the vote returns for each of Florida's 5,885 voting precincts, plus the absentee returns. In
addition, they gathered the total number of ballots cast, whether counted or not, in each precinct." - we still do not have
the actual numbers reported.
Miami-Herald: ...Reaction to the analysis, from the two camps locked in an exhausting
and tense legal battle, was radically different. The Gore campaign called it ''compelling evidence,'' and the Bush campaign
dismissed it as ''statistical voodoo.''
One fundamental flaw, Republicans argued, was an assumption that every voter
actually intended to cast a vote in the presidential race. A large majority of ballots in the disputed counties of Palm Beach
and Duval didn't even have a dimple on them, said Bush spokesman Tucker Eskew...
We just can't assess ifs and more
ifs. We deal in facts. give us the totals, please.
Again, we are the only one on the entire Net showing to you that
except for (straight from the actual election supervisor) Nassau County nobody has reported the accurate number for the
amount of voters who actually showed up on election day and exercised their one-man one-vote right.
to reconstruct the totals from the Miami-Herald study, please be our guest, and send results, here.
We are the only
one suggesting that you track those numbers as we have attempted to do specifically to watch how they have kept changing.
are the only one indicating that the number of overvotes (where two choices for president made in same column) has increased
in particular counties, and that points directly to the kind of chad fraud
we are following.
We are the only ones imploring you to watch those amounts of undervotes.
MSNBC Dec. 9, 2000
REPORTS "some" 45, 000 UNDERVOTES:
Well, now, you do the math. In counties that favored Bush, there were 25,699 undervotes. In counties that voted for Gore, there were 17,733 undervotes.
Either someone has a learning deficiency and is reading totals incorrectly, or someone just doesn't want us to know
official numbers of undervotes.
Because the CNN total (published online chart Dec. 9, 2000) for undervotes is 43,422
while the MSNBC report for Dec. 9, 2000 repeatedly referenced "some" 45,000 undervotes. It is very difficult to read a computer-generated
printed 3 as a 5.Bush camp seeks emergency court action
December 9, 2000
Keep your eye on those ballots. The Florida Supreme Court has been ordered (10:30 AM EST FOXNEWS
report Dec. 10, 2000) to transport "some" 12,000 ballots (Miami-Dade and Palm Beach County combos) to the United States Supreme
Court. Whew, Dec. 10, 2000 CNN 11:30 AM reporting 12,000 disputed ballots being shipped from Leon County, Florida to Washington.
But the hype is in error.
Those ballots have stayed put in vaults in Florida. Hope Judicial Watch
gets to keep on tracking them before a Gore-in-Cheat think-tank gets hold of em.
In our exclusive analysis, we are the only ones to show our valid observation of CHAD FRAUD and now we can legitimately confirm that
observation has been PROVEN.
Truth is found, here at Truth On-Line.
Are you now wondering whether this counting of all these ballots Dec.
10, 2000 will be done in public or in private, (whew, in public!) will the ballots be photographed before anybody touches
them, (no such smarts whisked away before Judicial Watch could watch) and once those ballots are reviewed by whomever will
there be able to be a CONTEST of those results? (Course not, no time cause known Dec. 12 deadline fast approaching.) Just
Remember that pesky U.S. SUPREME COURT vacated the Florida Supremes and the Nov. 8, 2000 certified numbers
930 for Bush are in limbo-effect as of December 8, 2000 when we were writing this way into the dead of night. So Gore has
a long way to go. Wow MSNBC just brought that fact into the equation of their so-called Ballot Watch 11:30 am ET Dec.9, 2000
And MSNBC also mentioned those pesky military absentees as did Duval County Republican presenter to the board. Per
the order of Judge Lacey A. Collier, the absentee ballots which were rejected for reason of not having a postmark, MUST now
be included in the tallies for all the counties which did not include them!
Although Democrats challenged these in
yet another lawsuit, all the way to the Florida Supremes, their subterfuge failed. Those legally cast votes were counted and
remain added to the total.
Now we have analysts showing
Gore May Not Gain From Florida Recount
December 9 11:54 AM ET
By David Lawsky
http://dailynews.yahoo.com/htx/nm/20001209/pl/election_odds_dc_1.htmlExperts Say Gore May Not Gain From Florida Recount
Saturday December 9 11:54 AM ET
U.S. SUPREME COURT NEEDS TO NOW LOOK AT ALL COUNTIES IN ALL STATES WHICH HAVE WHAT?
Like my county in Pennsylvania, which even though we have different voting machines, lever style that make an imprint
on back of a roll of paper inside the machine, had undervotes.
Meaning: We knew what it meant here in Pennsylvania
at least in one county. But here's what's said about Martin county:
Board discovers that over-votes could present a
By Kathleen Chapman, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer
Sunday, December 10, 2000
Martin County is the only county in Florida that still uses the old-style lever machines, the canvassing board did not have
to look for under-votes in the ballots cast at polling stations. With such machines, it is impossible to vote for more than
one candidate and there is no under-vote unless a person intentionally didn't vote for anyone. Board discovers that over-votes could present a problem
Meaning: Some people who used the lever machines did not want to choose any of the major or 3rd Party candidates for
Why wouldn't the same apply to punchcard ballots, wherein voters simply didn't want any of the above.
thing that should come out of this is just such a choice on whatever voting system we come up with.
We ponder onward,
not necessarily in chronological order.
But guess what, those Miami-Dade ballots have already been counted in predominantly
Democrat strongholds. All that was left were the Hispanic voting precincts and Republican-leaning 52 percent for Bush. He
He. And, so say the judges, four of them, go by the Florida law in place before the election. So, dimples don't count. So
argues Phil Beck, the Bush lawyer. He argues many other things on the eve of the Florida Supremes decision. Things like on
a ballot where there is a full punch vote and a dimple in the presidential column, why, that counts as a mistake for the dimple,
and a vote for the full punch out. But for a column with only the dimple, why that dimple is a vote, at least as counted in
Broward and Miami-Dade. So what is a vote and when, posits Mr. Beck. Very constitutional-minded, Mr. Beck.
are a few Florida counties which didn't use these machines, but which had higher percentage of undervotes. Better count those
in the Republican strongholds. Ordered to do so, Sat, Dec. 8, 2000 by the Florida Supremes. Very interesting and tricky, though,
remember, to just segregate one pool of ballots from other pools of ballots and try to discern the intent of the voters in
the one pool and not ALL OF THE POOLS!
Phil Beck tonight Dec. 8, 2000 before Judge Terry Lewis wanted everything on
the record. So it is there for us in Leon County to go digging in the records.
Beck reported that Miami-Dade numbers
were skewed when the board engaged in further separating the undervotes from all ballots and found difference in precinct
numbers. The board had to scurry along because Judge Sauls had ordered all those ballots delivered promptly in the Ryder truck
to Tallahassee. Very important to keep in mind in relation to the Trail of Treachery.
Wednesday, Nov. 29: Leon County
Circuit Judge N. Sanders Sauls orders 1.1 million ballots from Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties sent to Tallahassee
Voter fraud means intentional misrepresentation, trickery, deceit, or deception, arising out of or in connection with voter
registration or voting, and the prescribed offenses set forth in Chapter 104, Florida Statutes.
OSCEOLA NOW SHOWING 12:55 PM DEC. 9, 2000
"An undervote now turned into a vote for John Hagelin" states a
counter and a judge, who agrees.
Meaning, no reports of additional vote gains from this process for 3rd Party candidates
in Palm Beach County shows a possible denial of the equal rights of 3rd Party presidential candidates in that hand re-count.
All candidates for president have a right to be considered as a valid candidate until the time that the actual and final certification