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Saudis, Enron money helped pay for US rigged election
last updated 2004-12-04 by mbatko@lycos.com

According to informed sources in Washington and Houston, the Bush campaign spent some $29 million to pay polling place operatives to rig the election for Bush.


See Marc's Translations on War and Peace

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More Votes than Voters
last updated 2004-11-27 by mbatko@lycos.com

According to the official Wyoming website, the turnout was 106%. 245,000 votes for 230,000 voters.


See Official Wyoming Voting Statistics Website

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U.S. Election Problems
last updated 2004-11-01 by kathy@truthisbetter.org

One million Kerry Votes Already Stolen (before election day).

New electronic voting machines have secret programming instructions that may be set up so that their manufacturers can alter vote tallies during elections, too few people vote, legally registered voters have been removed from electronic state voting rolls, the Help America Vote Act increases likelihood of election fraud, and the Bush administration is seeking to limit voters' rights to sue over voting rights.


See Election Atlas
How to Rig an Election in the U.S.
Bigger than Watergate

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The biggest threat to democracy is proprietary (secretly programmed) computer voting machines!
last updated 2004-09-12 by kathy@truthisbetter.org

New York Times "Making Votes Count" Section describes some of the dangers of flawed computerized voting machines. Democracy is at Risk. Fair elections are endangered by electronic voting machines. Democracy's future is at risk. One electronic voting machine company hacker could potentially rig elections in over 30 states! Fixing Democracy.


See Will Bush Backers Manipulate Votes.. ?
Lots of links on Electronic Voting - You may have to register first
Nov. 2003 Congressional Report on Electronic Voting

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Voting Machines scare anybody with a brain.
last updated 2004-06-12 by kathy@truthisbetter.org

A fun irreverent look at the issue of electronic voting. By pure fortunate accident, one of the electronic voting machine companies left their source code on an unprotected FTP site and Bev Harris and some New Zealanders downloaded and studied it. Diebold, a major player in state voting systems, still has machines that are wide open to election tampering, but it may be just the tip of the iceberg of possible ways to tamper with elections using electronic voting machines.


See Boy am I ever pissed blog
States scrutinize e-voting - (has great links for election officials)
www.VoteFraud.org

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U.S. Campaign System hurts the Economy
last updated 2004-05-31 by kathy@truthisbetter.org

Billionaires for Bush humorously details how the current campaign system works. See Campaign Money Watch for news of legislation written by big money lobbyists.

Read about the Bush Pioneer & Ranger Donors' paybacks from the Bush administration. A dozen big oil companies, including one once headed by Commerce Secretary Don Evans, now control one-quarter of all federal lands leased for oil and gas development in the continental United States despite a law intended to prevent such concentration.

The current U.S. campaign system is harmful to the U.S. economy, creates media bias, harms the environment, and corrupts government.


See OpenSecrets.org Tracking the Payback
Open Secrets - State Data
Federal Elections Commission

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Problems with Electronic Voting
last updated 2004-05-30 by beebe@math.utah.edu

Why I remain in favor of older manual voting and vote-counting procedures.


See Risks to Public Computers
Pentagon Calls off Voting by Internet
Vanity Fair article on E-Voting - very interesting

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U.S. News Media Bias
last updated 2004-05-06 by kathy@truthisbetter.org

U.S. TV news media are the biggest benefactor of the current campaign system because candidates must buy TV ads to win elections. Therefore TV media in turn gives favorable coverage and makes large donations to the campaigns of politicians who vote against campaign finance reform, and FCC government policies have given a few large media corporations control over American media law. American news coverage is biased. and censored


See Fair.Org Power Sources Report
Anti-terrorism Questions that Weren't Asked
A Global Network for Democratic Media

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