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mod mom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-01-05 08:20 AM
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Mr. Gonzales, Read this re Ohio Fraud:
Here is some INTERESTING facts regarding '04 election in Lucas County (WHERE TOM NOES WIFE WAS CHAIR OF THE LUCAS COUNTY BOE!):

Notable info from the SOS Investigation(ie Blackwell's office) on Lucas county:

-One-half of the ballots printed and used in the 2004 general election in Lucas county were stored in an open space on the fhird floor of the county warehouse with no security measures in place.
SOURCE: SOS Investigation on Lucas County BOE page 4

-Live ballots were delivered to polling locations a week in advance of the election. Although the ballots were retrieved, one board employee who was assigned to the warehouse informed the SOS staff that he did not believe all the ballots were successfully retrieved.
SOURCE; SOS Investigation, page 5

-Lucas County BOE failed to record or retrieve ballot stub numbers of absentee voters ballots as required by statute OH Revised Code 3505.23. It was reported by an elector that her mother had received not one, but three absentee voter ballots. there was no way to determine if similar incidents occurred and if so how many.
SOURCE: SOS Investigation, page 7

-October 4, 2004 was filing deadline for new voter registrations. At that point there were approximately 20,000 unprocessed voter registration applications with less than a month before the election. One mail tray containing 4,500-7,000 (estimates vary) unprocessed Project Voter registrations were discovered on or about October 18,2004.
SOURCE: SOS Investigation pg 10

***Of interest here is information obtained from the SOS website entitled ElectionsVoter/results 2003 and 2004 which show the # of registered voters number change from 03-04 was 11,947 in Lucas County: reg voters 2003 in Lucas=288,190 ; registered voter in 2004=300,137.


-In late September or early October an employee of the Ohio Republican Party contacted Sam Thurber (*involved with politician wife Maggie Thurber in Noe scandal.) wanting to inspect and have copies made of all recently returned voter registrations, Ohio Republican Party offered to furnish volunteers to assist with copying postcards. No one at the Lucas County BOE can confirm that anyone was assigned to supervise Republican volunteers. On their second day of copying, a BOE employee, Jennifer Bernath, Democratic Booth Official) saw republican party volunteers peeling off the yellow return stickers applied by the post office. (Violation of RC 149.43 (B) (I) , and agruably a violation of 149.351.
SOURCE: SOS Investigation, pgs 18-19

*Among those whose donations have caught the attention of investigators are:
City Councilman Betty Shultz; former state representative Sally Perz, her husband, Joe, and her daughter, Allison; former county elections director Joe Kidd; county Auditor Larry Kaczala and his wife, Gina; County Commissioner Maggie Thurber and her husband, Sam; and two of Mr. Noes co-workers at Vintage Coins and Collectibles, partner Tim Lapointe and executive assistant Susan Metzger. Mr. Lapointes wife, Linda, also donated.
All of the above gave the campaign $2,000 except the Thurbers; each of them gave $1,950 to the campaign. The $23,900 in donations were made between Oct. 30 and Nov. 5, 2003.
Path of donations At issue is whether Mr. Noe gave people money in order for them to give to the Bush campaign, allowing Mr. Noe to exceed federal spending limits, law-enforcement sources said.
Source:
Toledo Blade - FBI Raids GOP Donor Noe's Condo
Friday, April 29, 2005

-The Swanton 3 poll book turned up missing and has never been recovered.
SOURCE: SOS Investigation pg 16

-The number of precincts in Lucas County for the November 2003 election was 530 precincts, at the time of the November 2, 2004 election there were 495 precincts. (MORE VOTERS -LESS PRECINCT =PROBLEMS)


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mod mom Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-01-05 08:22 AM
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1. Oh BTW, Blackwell removed this report from his website, although
there is still a lot of room for info on blackwell. I have it for anyone who needs. it
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Pacifist Patriot Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-01-05 08:24 AM
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2. Great work!
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Botany Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-01-05 08:31 AM
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3. And the city of Toledo showed a 39% voter turn out but ....
..... the repug suburbs showed 85 to 99% voter turn outs.

The whole BOE had to quit the week after the election.

A couple who had lived in the same home from 1960 had
to vote provisionally because they were no longer registered
even though they had voted in spring of 04.

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Fly by night Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-01-05 08:48 AM
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4. Kick for reality-based information on the Ohio election cesspool
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