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madfloridian Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Mar-05-05 12:46 PM
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37. How do you know they are not working with these people?
Where are you getting the idea that they are not consulting with them? Look at those listed. Many are from the Kerry team. Are you saying they will not consult with the team on the ground? Here is the list of the type of members they tried to include, December 2004. BTW this is not about overturning the election. Kerry conceded.

http://www.democrats.org/news/200412060007.html
The DNC investigative study will examine the legitimate questions and concerns that have been raised in Ohio and will develop factual information which will be critically important in crafting further necessary election reforms. Specifically, the investigation will seek to address questions surrounding the issues of adequate voting resources (machines, pollworkers, etc), the high number of provisional ballots valid and invalid as compared with other states, anomalies in the reported results as compared with exit polls, historical data, and reported anomalies within counties and precincts and whether the touch-screen machines and tabulating systems functioned properly.

To address these questions and more, the DNC, at its own expense, will assemble a top-flight team of recognized experts to be named at a later date including:

a political scientist expert in quantitative analysis;
an expert or experts in the design of computer hardware and software systems;
an expert in voting systems and machines;
an investigator with forensic expertise; and
a pollster to survey voters who cast provisional ballots and to conduct other original survey research as needed.
This team will be supported by DNC and state party staff, consultants who were deeply involved in the election effort in Ohio, Ohio attorneys and the DNC legal team.
McAuliffe announced that he had reached out to local Democratic elected officials in Ohio and they expressed strong support for the project and promised to cooperate in anyway that they could.

"We are launching this comprehensive investigative study not to contest the results of the 2004 election, but again to help ensure that every eligible vote cast is truly counted. This study will address the legitimate questions and concerns that have been raised in Ohio. Our goal is to understand and report back on what happened and why," said Chairman McAuliffe.

As soon as the team is named, it is anticipated the investigation will begin immediately and a full report will be issued in the spring....."

It began in January.....so how do you know they were not working with the folks you mention. No one appears to have known anything. Yet people feel free to accuse the party of not picking good people.
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