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The polls were right--Hillary lost New Hampshire. More Diebold election fraud...

Ron Corvus compared the database values of vote tallies with the machine counted ballots and guess what...Obama won with 38.6 to 34.9%.

Check out the e-mail he sent to me just minutes ago:

Diebold favors Hillary, hand count for Obama
Wed, 01/09/2008 - 05:46 - clark

I used the Comma delimited database: NH municipalities hand count vs use Diebold machines from to see if there was a deviation between the results from precincts which used hand counts and those which relied on Diebold machines. The results were astonishing. :

Updated: 5:05 AM (EST) - Results tallied for 209 out of 236 of the municipalities.

By Percentage
Method Hillary Clinton Barack Obama
Diebold Machines 53.23% 46.77%
Hand Count 47.47% 52.53%

By Votes
Method Hillary Clinton Barack Obama
Diebold Machines 82860 72807
Hand Count 18898 20912

By Number of Municipalities Won
Method Hillary Clinton Barack Obama
Diebold Machines 54 33
Hand Count 43 77

About 81% of the votes will be "counted" by the Diebold machines.

We need to get on the ball and contact as many media outlets as possible. I won't be able to stick around for the comments, but hopefully I'll be able to read them later this afternoon.

Update 3:03 PM CST:
Votes reportedly now not being counted for Ron Paul in some areas.

Update 1/10 8:37 AM CST:
Exit polls showed Obama leading in New Hampshire.

Originally posted to thecoolmacdude on Wed Jan 09, 2008 at 10:53 AM PST.


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