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  •  New Website on voting fraud in all its ways... (none)
    From Clark's Blog - ms in la has devoted over a year to research and this is it!

    Go to her Clark Blog and add a comment if you like.

    Who's Counting goes LIVE!
    Posted by ms in la on September 26, 2005 - 12:33pm.

    Successful election campaigns are sated, squelched and nourished by grassroots efforts.

    Grassroots are planted in and sprouted from the soil of election integrity.

    The heartbeat of any election, or any election integrity issue, is vote tabulation - THE COUNTING--and yet, it is curiously the most disregarded topic, virtually absent from today's legislative and public conversation on election reform. On the other hand, the CASTING of the vote has been addressed ad infinitum, and is covered in my study as well. But it is the COUNTING that all Americans need to be better informed about-- electronic vote tabulation is but one of the perpetrators quietly placing America's representative democracy on the endangered species peril of extinction.



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    •  Exactly (none)
      the point!  Thanks for putting the issue out (with research) and keeping it there.  Secure the integrity of the vote first.  Only then will organizing, strategizing, and getting out the vote matter.

      By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail. --Benjamin Franklin

      by Jennifer Clare on Mon Oct 03, 2005 at 06:56:18 AM PDT

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