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America's Leading Computer Scientists & Cyber Security Experts Issue Emergency Warning to Poll Workers and Americans on
November 7, 2005
The Just Issued Bi-Partisan GAO and Carter-Baker Reports are Correct: Electronic Voting Machines Are Poorly Designed, not Secure and easily Hacked. Your Vote May NOT Be Counted!
Four of America's Leading Academic Experts in Computer Science and Voting machines offer the following pre-emptive emergency advice. The GAO issued a strongly worded indictment against electronic voting machines used in the 2004 elections, the same ones that will be used tomorrow in elections in California and around the country.
Right-wing initiatives dominate California special election
World Socialist Web Site (CA)
by Andrea Peters
When California voters go to the polls November 8 for the state's special election, they will be confronted with a series of right-wing measures.
The majority of the eight initiatives on the ballot are aimed at further eroding the living standards and democratic [democratic-republic] rights of working people. None of the initiatives that voters will be asked to decide on express the concerns and needs of ordinary people in California.
Election Eve: Whiff of Election Fraud in Air; Poll Watchers Needed
SF Bay Area Indymedia
Nazi Schwarzenegger is predicting an "upset victory" for his fascist initiatives, Props 73 through 78.
Considering he is very unpopular, and his initiatives are either clearly losing or at the 50% disappearing edge, this can only mean that his thugs will be committing election fraud, just as his mentor, Pres Bush did, in 2000 and 2004.
Censored! Project Censored presents the 10 biggest stories the mainstream media ignored over the past year
by Camille T. Taiara
November 6, 2005
Just four days before the 2004 presidential election, a prestigious British medical journal published the results of a rigorous study by Dr. Les Roberts, a widely respected researcher.
Roberts concluded that close to 100,000 people had died in the invasion and occupation of Iraq. Most were noncombatant civilians. Many were children. But that news didn't make the front pages of the major newspapers. It wasn't on the network news. That's just one of the big stories the mainstream news media ignored, blacked out, or underreported over the past year.
Amish get politically active to defend wood shops
November 5, 2005
Some Amish citizens in rural Geauga County, located near Cleveland, USA, have taken the unusual step of entering politics in local elections, even though their faith normally means that they avoid direct engagement with outside society and modern life.
At issue is a zoning restriction which prevents home-based businesses greater than 1,000-square feet (92.9 square metres) in size. Arguing that Huntsburg Township's zoning laws are preventing them from opening woodworking shops on their farms at a time when agriculture is losing its profitability, some Amish are campaigning to end all zoning restrictions in the settlement in the US state of Ohio by taking part in an 8 November 2005 local election.
Statutory rape issue goes to polls
World Net Daily (CA)
November 3, 2005
Abortion-rights activists are fiercely opposing a measure put before Californians next week on whether parents should be notified before a minor has an abortion.
A backer of the measure, Yes on 73, argues for its passage by pointing to a well-documented survey by Texas-based Life Dynamics revealing virtually all Planned Parenthood affiliates fail to report clear cases of statutory rape to authorities. Proposition 73, dubbed "The Parents' Right to Know and Child Protection Initiative," would amend the state constitution to require physicians to notify a parent or guardian 48 hours before performing an abortion on a minor.
Oregonians target judge for recall
World Net Daily (OR)
A group of Oregonians incensed by the decision of a circuit court judge to strike down a state-wide voter-approved measure protecting property rights have launched a recall campaign to oust her from office.
On Oct. 14, Judge Mary M. James of Marion County ruled Measure 37, approved overwhelmingly by voters last year, is unconstitutional. Her action has angered property-rights advocates and others across the state.
Election 2005: Ruling on anti-gas-tax radio talk upheld
Seattle Post-Intelligencer (WA)
by Chris McGann
October 27, 2005
Ruling on anti-gas-tax radio talk upheld Judge says hosts' advocacy is a campaign contribution
A judge Wednesday upheld his earlier ruling that required conservative radio talk-show hosts Kirby Wilbur and John Carlson to report their on-air support for Initiative 912 as campaign contributions.
Powerful Government Accountability Office report confirms key 2004 stolen election findings
The Free Press
by Bob Fitrakis & Harvey Wasserman
October 26, 2005
As a legal noose appears to be tightening around the Bush/Cheney/Rove inner circle, a shocking government report shows the floor under the legitimacy of their alleged election to the White House is crumbling.
The latest critical confirmation of key indicators that the election of 2004 was stolen comes in an extremely powerful, penetrating report from the Government Accountability Office that has gotten virtually no mainstream media coverage.
Candidates report signs being stolen
Redlands Daily Facts (CA)
by Andrea Feathers
October 14, 2005
REDLANDS With an election right around the corner, public opinion is taking its usual place upstage from the scenic vistas and century-old Victorian estates that line Redlands streets.
The lawn signs and few large billboards that dot residential streets, businesses and vacant lots proclaim picks for three City Council seats and three voter initiatives that will be up for grabs in November. The thefts of dozens of these signs have disappointed several of the nine hopefuls, who are struggling to protect the investments of citizens and businesses who contributed to their campaigns.
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