Articles, Analyses, Collections 11/11/04

***Wikipedia entry for 2004 U.S. Election controversies and irregularities***

NEWS - Votes Downloaded to AP - Confirmation that the Association Press gets direct feed from vote tabulating computers - read Christopher Bollyn's article

Check out websites below where interesting statistical analysis (still in the development stage) indicates, perhaps, another stolen election. On initial inspection, some statisticians are finding that it is the scanners in Florida that gave Bush a big boost, not the touchscreens.

***http://www.invisibleida.com/New_Hampshire.htm (Ida's charts and graphs)***
http://www.stolenelection2004.com/Florida.htm /
http://ustogether.org/election04/ (Dopp's graphs & analysis)http://onlinejournal.com/evoting/110504Madsen/110504madsen.html (a snapshot of results across the country)
http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=view_all&address=203x21834 (New Zealand-based Scoop)http://www.tompaine.com/articles/kerry_won_.php (Palast)http://www.stolenelection2004.com/ (compilation of stories)http://www.commondreams.org/views04/1104-38.htm (great article with links)

Oct 31, 04: If This Election Is Stolen, will it be by enough to stop a recount?
Oct 26, 04: Landes submits brief to United States Supreme Court - This is a long shot, but I felt I had to do something. Lynn
Oct 22, 04: Could the Associated Press (AP) Rig the Election? The answer is yes! with some help from their friends.

Electronic Voting
The stolen election of 2004: welcome back to hellBy Larry Chin
Grand Theft Election: Karl Rove's turd droppings all over this oneBy Wayne Madsen
Kerry wonBy Greg Palast
Something amiss in OhioBy Kevin Quirk
Never say Die-bold: So you don’t think the Bush campaign stole this election? Think againBy Jackson Thoreau
If this election is stolen, will it be by enough to stop a recount?By Lynn Landes
Could the Associated Press rig the election?By Lynn Landes
Journalist seeks temporary restraining orders against use of voting machines & absentee ballotsUrges use of remote polling precincts & provisional ballots
E-Voting: The new battle hymn of the republicBy Bob Fitrakis
Voting: When low-tech beats high-techBy Bev Conover
Federal commission nixes talk of paper-only elections; stacks panels with proponents of paperless touchscreensBy Lynn Landes
Two voting companies & two brothers will count 80 percent of U.S. election using both scanners & touchscreensBy Lynn Landes
Faking democracy: Americans don't vote, machines do, & ballot printers can't fix thatBy Lynn Landes
Death of a patriotBy Bob Fitrakis
Diebold, electronic voting and the vast right-wing conspiracyBy Bob Fitrakis
Questions mount over New Hampshire's primaryBy Lynn Landes
Democrats send mixed signals in voting technology debateBy Lynn Landes
NIST ignores scientific method for voting technologyBy Lynn Landes
Voting machine voodoo: Democracy at riskBy Colleen Redman
Stopping the vote theft—urgent—drop all elseBy Mac Sperry
Computerized voting systems cannot be made secureBy Bev Conover
Republicans and Brits will count California's recall votesBy Lynn Landes
Electronic voting minus paper trails makes it easy to rig electionsBy Jason Leopold
Internet voting: The end of democracy?By Lynn Landes
Voting industry insiders hold secret meeting to hire PR firm to sell electronic voting to publicBy Bev Harris
Voting machine fiasco: SAIC, VoteHere and DieboldBy Lynn Landes
Offshore company captures online military voteBy Lynn Landes
Voting machines violate ConstitutionWho will launch legal challenge?By Lynn Landes
Are American elections fixed?By Ernest Partridge
Now your vote is the property of a private corporationBy Thom Hartmann
"If you want to win an election, just control the voting machines"By Thom Hartmann
Mission Impossible: Federal observers & voting machinesBy Lynn Landes
Can we trust the vote count anywhere? In any race? In any election?By Thomas Penn
2002 elections: Republican voting machines, election irregularities, and "way-off" polling resultsBy Lynn Landes
Florida’s “fixed it” farceBy Bev Conover
Once again, the media try to con the people into believing Bush wonBy Bev Conover
Your stolen vote—the missing piece of the puzzleBy Victoria Collier


Pre-election articles: http://www.ecotalk.org/articles.htm


Blogger Home Based Business Work said...

Awesome blog. I'm loving the site and I have to
return there soon! Going online, when I have the time,
I look for blogs close to your work!
Check out my based business home home opportunit work blog, please!

February 19, 2006 at 2:18 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home