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2004 Voting Irregularities

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Sandusky County, OH

131% turnout in Clyde. County elections appears to have no webpage.

Cuyahoga County, OH

Turnout appeared to be over 100% in some areas, because absentees for entire wards were added in single precincts. However, turnout was actually surpressed.

High third-party results in several strong Kerry support precincts revealed patterns of cross-voting, casting ballots with equipment for one precinct and counting with equipment for another. In Cuyahoga County, 7/8th of their voters shared locations with precincts using different ballot orders. Combinations of ballot orders determine cross-voting outcomes. The arrangement of the ballot order combinations created higher probabilities of cross-voting and Kerry-Bush vote-switching in areas of highest Kerry support. Because Nader's place on the ballot was converted to disqualified, cross-votes could also go uncounted. The non-vote percentages also indicated cross-voting. Statistical analysis revealed correlations between Kerry support, third-party voting, and percentage of non-votes. Sorting precincts according to cross-vote outcomes revealed the cross-voting. Kerry votes were converted to Bush votes, non-votes, and third party candidate votes moreso than vice-versa because Cuyahoga County, Ohio's largest, has 2/3 Kerry voters.

Franklin County, OH

3,893 too many votes for Bush in precinct Gahanna 1-B

Funny stuff with Absentee votes: Ohio Franklin County Absentees

Volusia County, FL

Serious fraud issues going on in this county, which gave Gore -16,022 votes in one precinct in 2000.

Other Ohio

Other Florida

Media Roundup

Boston Globe Nationwide Problems w/ Graphic

Olbermann blog and transcripts

Valley Advocate "Did Bush Get Lucky?"

Orlando Weekly "Was it Hacked?"

NYT: GAO to Investigate

SF Chronicle article


Child Pages

2004 Florida Irregularities

2004 Ohio Irregularities

External Links -My goal in writing this was first to comb through the archives of everything available on the subject, cull the most credible sources, and assemble it all into one user-friendly format so readers might draw their own conclusions.

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This page was last modified 23:20, 2 September 2006 by James Q. Jacobs. Based on work by Chad Lupkes and dKosopedia user(s) PatriotismOverProfits, Lestatdelc, Cedwyn, AnCow8 and AlanF DKP. Content is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

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