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Columbus Donating Member (123 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jun-14-05 02:12 PM
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45. Here's a primer on the fake $500,000 investigation
if you want to know about the fake investigation, go to
for more information

check out the entry in Breaking News for Friday, March 4, 2005 --
"DNC Announces Ohio Election Review Team Names" (this is a link to the actual DNC press release.

Follow that reading with the entry for Monday, March 14, 2005-

"We will hopefully post the full email by this week but for now below is a sample of the email we received regarding the DNC investigation into the Ohio Presidential vote in 2004 (reported here on March 4, 2005]:

The official press release also said that the Task Force had been hard at work since January 2005, conducting surveys and reviewing election data from all across the state.
Those in Ohio and around the nation who have really been hard at work since November 2004, should be particularly fascinated by this statement for at least two reasons:

(1) It took the DNC two months to announce the appointment of the Task Forces members and

(2) No Task Force members have contacted any of those with the most information regarding the problems with the November 2004 elections in Ohio, most of whom are registered Democrats. The apparent secrecy in which the Task Force members have been working raises red flags and casts suspicion over the entire operation.

Equally alarming is the membership of the Ohio Review Team and the Ohio Advisory Team of the Task Force. These Teams include many members of the Kerry Campaign in Ohio and prominent members of the Ohio Democratic Party who were caught unawares on November 2, 2004 that there were so few machines in the traditionally Democratic-voting wards of major Ohio cities that it took voters in those areas up to 12 hours to vote.


On November 27, 2004, Task Force Advisory Team Member William A. Anthony Jr., Franklin County Democratic Party Chairman and Chair of the Franklin County Board of Elections, said hes personally offended by the allegations from a band of conspiracy theorists.

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