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Brad Friedman has been consistently doing an excellent job covering election fraud. His blog (Bradblog.com) has daily coverage of election issues. Today he has an article covering RedState's concerns about voting fraud. Below is just a small quote from the article:
While we're glad to see the Wingnuts suddenly giving a damn about Electronic Voting -- now that they're concerned about their own ox being gored by a company which may have left-leaning ownership -- we're hardly surprised that the anonymous blogger who calls him or herself "AcademicElephant" (we'll presume it's a "he") didn't seem to have such concerns about another Voting Machine Company with "connections to the George W. Bush regime [being] selected to run elections" all over our country in 2004 during one of the most contentious elections in our country's history.

Brad has a great blog. Anyone concerned about voting fraud should be sure and check it out regularly. Brad does an admirable job critiquing "Mr. Elephant's" ramblings about how the evil Democrats only complain about Diebold (such a noble company, the wingers are sure of that.) Black Box Voting has been covering the problem with Sequoia too.

Another great resource person about voter fraud is "TruthIsAll" over at DU. Evidently he is ill right now though? They are asking for prayers.

Originally posted to SisTwo on Fri Mar 31, 2006 at 04:50 PM PST.

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