Thursday, November 11, 2004
Were legitimate votes mis-counted or not counted at all?
Were people prevented from voting?
Two cases of serious problems are accepted beyond doubt:
In Broward County, Florida, electronic voting machines counted backwards: as more people voted, the official vote count went down.
In one Columbus, Ohio suburb, election officials have acknowledged that electronic voting machines credited
Bush with winning 4,258 votes, even though only 638 people voted there.
A small number Congress members are demanding an investigation to answer these questions. The decision on whether or not there will be an investigation could come as soon as next Monday 11/15/04.