Thursday, November 23, 2006
Evidence of Fraud in Florida
What an astonishing SURPRISE!
The Sentinel reviewed "roughly 18,000 ballots on electronic voting machines where voters had failed to register a vote in the congressional race, but had voted in the other races." Here is part of the Sentinel's report via Mukraker:
Are there any GOPer wingnuts who want to claim the election was fair in the 13th District in Florida?!?
The group of nearly 18,000 voters that registered no choice in Sarasota's disputed congressional congressional election solidly backed Democratic candidates in all five of Florida's statewide races, an Orlando Sentinel analysis of ballot data shows.
Among these voters, even the weakest Democrat -- agriculture-commissioner
candidate Eric Copeland -- outpaced a much-better-known Republican incumbent by 551 votes....
[T]he results of the Sentinel analysis, two experts said, warrant additional investigation.
David Dill, an electronic-voting expert at Stanford University, put it this way: "It seems to establish with certainty that more Democrats are represented in those undervoted ballots."
The rule of law and democracy cry out for a revote.