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From VOXNYC: Florida Election Fraud

Scores and scores of reports are accumulating in the early hours of the Florida Governorís race, indicating widescale election fraud and election rigging. Callers are reporting to the popular Florida radio talk show, The Neil Rodgers Show that when they selected McBride, Bushes , the machines instead registered a vote for Bush. Widescale voting fraud was also reported in Orange, Brevard and Seminole counties.

A search through Florida newspapers and television stations online found no story reporting any such thing. As a matter of fact, I found this poll at Florida's NewsChannel2: flavote.gif

I guess while I'm waiting for something of interest to happen in the New York polls, I'll search around for interesting stories in other states. Or non-stories, as they may be.

Bad officials are elected by good citizens who do not vote.
-- George Jean Nathan (1882-1958)


Dude, I've got the local channels going and several FL news websites...this is bunk. Or a Dem plot to cast doubt on the final result.

"It's not the voting that's democracy - it's the counting." - Tom Stoppard, Czechoslovak-born British author and dramatist.

I went to vote today and everytime I voted for someone it registered a vote for Richard Nixon!

that's a great quote michele, I just may have to use it myself :)

I voted in Florida today, and I feel so abused and confused. Can I try again?

Actually, I think the media is going to latch on to the tiniest things that happen in any election in any state and blow it into an election scandal for ratings. (Mr. Stating-the-Obvious, here.)

I voted in Florida today, and I feel violated. Can I try again?

Actually, the media is going to take the smallest issue that happens in every election in every state and turn it into ELECTION SCANDAL 2002--complete with flashing graphics and special theme music. (Mr. Stating-the-Obvious here.)

Curse your wretched comment section! It's part of your evil plan, isn't it?

I didn't vote in Florida because I'm not, technically, a Florida resident, if one uses the ultra-strict constructionist sense of the term, meaning one who actually lives in the state.

Then again, considering the registrations from graveyards, illegal aliens, and residents of other states, maybe I AM eligible to vote. Maybe my ballot got lost in the mail.

maybe it's just me, but 17% of the sample polled seems a significant amount of confusion, almost 1 in 5 people.

Don't know exactly what the deal is, but I left a gentle encouragement (no, really) with voxnyc to document his charges of widescale election fraud and election rigging and check in with newschannel2000.com on the voter satisfaction poll. Posted it and to my utter amazement, it was gone the next time I checked in. I'm sure it's only a coincidence. No, really...

HOly Poop what is a VOXNYC link doing here??

Wow. I just came from the voxnyc site. It's incredible. It's a very long read but man its an eye opener.

The voxnyc.com site is an interesting site indeed.