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14 House, Senate Races Won by Computer Fraud in 2002

[This is not] about getting rid of Bush. It is about defending against an all-out assault on our right as a people to chart our own destiny and our ability to oust those leaders who fail us.
14 House, Senate Races Won by Computer Fraud in 2002

FACT: In the 2002 midterm election, there were fourteen House and Senate races across the U.S. where Democratic candidates were leading in the last pre-election polls by margins of 4 to 10 points. The votes in all those races were counted on either ES&S or Diebold optical scan or touchscreen systems. In all fourteen races the Republican candidate won by 3-7 percentage points. Republican control of the House and Senate were decided by these races. In the case of Senator Max Cleland of Georgia who was defeated by Saxy Chambliss, it took a sixteen point swing.

In an article entitled, "American Coup: Mid-Term Election Polls vs Actuals," they compare the results of 19 2002 races to pre-election poll results. Here is the summary:

"Scoop's analysis shows that - according to the polls - the Republican Party experienced a pronounced last minute swing in its favour of between 4 and 16 points. Remarkably this last minute swing appears to have been concentrated in its effects in critical Senate races (Georgia and Minnesota) where it secured it's complete control of Congress."


My preference would be that you read my argument from the viewpoint of a member of a Grand Jury being presented with a summary set of facts. You are being asked to decide whether or not they indicate enough of a possibility of wrong doing to warrant issuing an indictment and conducting a full and thorough official and public investigation. It seems to me that if you find my argument for the first premise convincing enough to vote for an indictment, the truth of the second premise follows automatically.


Additional more direct support for his case:







And, as many as 7 U.S. Senate races also had suspicious outcomes in 2004.

"In close Senate races, changes between the exit poll results and the final tallies cost Democrats anticipated seats in Kentucky (a 13% swing to the GOP), Alaska (9%), North Carolina (9%), Florida, Oklahoma, South Dakota and possibly Pennsylvania -- as well as enough House seats to retake control of the chamber.


And, Probability Repubs stole the senate, based on final poll deviations

 http://www.democraticunderground.com/discuss/duboard.php?az=show_topic&forum= 104&topic_id=85732


"The US political and economic system, exemplified by Bush-Cheney, is deeply criminalized. It is designed to profit by killing things. It thrives on war and oppression. It is sustained by collusion, fraud, lies, and cover-up, and the indoctrination and manipulation of minds.

It does not, and never has, represent its people. Its operatives heed no laws. They "make" law... When you hear people saying, 'take a deep breath, we will pull through this,' 'we need to work harder,' 'we need to organize'--no. We will not. It's over...

Unless electronic vote tabulation is history, and these companies are driven out of business, it's their country. Not ours...

The last thing rational people in this country need right now is this whistling-past-the-graveyard horse shit. Nothing is going to happen; it's going to get worse. There will never again be a legitimate election in this county UNTIL we get rid of the machines..."

What to do? You may ask. Check out the ideas here:


... or maybe this approach will float your boat:


but get out and WORK the problem.


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