Last week, attorneys filed a new brief in the King Lincoln Bronzeville v. Blackwell case alleging adverse effect on their clients' civil rights by the official conduct of the 2004 presidential election, in Ohio.
The 259 page filing (3.5 megabyte PDF @ Moritz Election Law) includes several items of interest to ePluribus Media researchers whose membership are expressly recognized after reporting the first evidence placing Ohio's vote count in the networks of the Republican IT service provider, SMARTech Corp, during 2004 and 2006 elections. Make the jump»
[Updated to repair typos and grammar on 11/05/10, luaptifer]
It's become something of a tradition around here, at ePluribusMedia, to find outsourced election services on election night.
I'll tell you that I'd be angry if I found that the machines reporting the counting of my votes jumped from one computer to another with no explanation. That's just me, I know how much of a black box is any sort of computer.
And that's exactly what we found in Florida, again, this year. Make the jump»
promoted by roxy - originally published 2008-10-07 18:03:49 -1000
Are you sure?
(Voter Rolls get Purged all the time ... especially with Republican Secretary of States)
Have you Check your State Election Office?
Have you Verified that you are still Registered to Vote?
Finding out on November 4th -- will be FINDING OUT TOO LATE! Make the jump»