Monday, October 23, 2006 - News - News
Muslim scholar denied entry to U.S.

STLtoday - News - St. Louis City / County

STLtoday - News - St. Louis City / County

Election judge cast 2 absentee ballots
By Jo Mannies
A veteran Republican election judge in St. Louis County has acknowledged to election officials that he illegally cast two absentee ballots for the Nov. 7 election.County Election Board Chairman John Diehl said the judge was told Friday that he can no longer work at the polls on Election Day. Evidence of the man's two votes will be turned over to county prosecutors, who will be decide whether to take legal action, Diehl said.People convicted of voting more than once face a minimum fine of up to $2,500 and a maximum penalty of five years in jail. They also permanently lose their right to vote.Diehl added that the election judge was elderly, and told

Monday, July 24, 2006

The Columbus Dispatch - Local/State

Strickland far ahead of Blackwell in Ohio race

Strickland’s 47-to-27 advantage over GOP rival J. Kenneth Blackwell is fueled by a more than 3-to-1 lead among independent voters, combined with Blackwell’s inability to sell himself to Ohio Republicans.

Saturday, May 20, 2006

Why is the Media Downplaying Our Voting Scandal?

Why is the Media Downplaying Our Voting Scandal?: "Why is the Media Downplaying Our Voting Scandal?
by Danny Schechter

Explain this to me. Why do so few of our TV 'journalists' and political reporters seem interested in all the questions that have been raised about the integrity of our voting system? "

Friday, April 07, 2006

Workers accused of fudging '04 recount

Election Workers accused of fudging '04 recount: Prosecutor says Cuyahoga skirted rules
Thursday, April 06, 2006
Joan Mazzolini
Plain Dealer Reporter
After the 2004 presidential election, Cuyahoga County election workers secretly skirted rules designed to make sure all votes were counted correctly, a special prosecutor charges.
While there is no evidence of vote fraud, the prosecutor said their efforts were aimed at avoiding an expensive - and very public - hand recount of all votes cast. Three top county elections officials have been indicted, and Erie County Prosecutor Kevin Baxter says more indictments are possible. "

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