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Comments Nov. 12, 2006

November 12, 2006

For my friends, the conspiracy theorists, I give you this:
Strong Evidence of Computer Fraud in One Florida Congressional Race
As I said on the Verified Voting show, the fact that we have paper records in 35 states prevented widescale fraud, but I did predict that if fraud occurred, it would happen in Florida, the state that has the most easy-to-hack voting system in the country.

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  • Robt November 17, 2006 1:53 pm

    “Fraud scenario analysis”
    “Uncounted and switched votes resulted in a 6% decrease in democratic margins, reversing the vote share from 51.31Dem-48.78Rep to 48.7 Dem -51.3 Rep. Going on to point at similarities of the ’04 presidential election. Kerry’s 51-48 exit poll favorability margin is suspiciously consistent with the reversed in recorded vote count.
    With Katherine Harris’ role in Fla, a guy named Blackwell, voting machine peculiararities, and then the Courts. It had many angles covered. The last minute unregistered voters that were later found registered, placement of voting places to cast, and their unreal waits in line, etc. I would say suppression of some of these sorts can’t account for more than 1% to 2%.
    Then add machine flipping and redisricting. Then it can ad up.
    Do you have a take on this?
    Not to mention the voter suppression

  • Skip November 15, 2006 6:36 pm

    Take a look at this vote fraud article. I haven’t read it yet, but it looks interesting.

  • Robt November 15, 2006 3:36 am

    For Curtis’ sake I hope he has more to go on than “Anomalies”? Examples to point to that are more specific. He will need a strong reason to contact voters to connect them with their vote.
    I support his thoughts of investigating and correcting anomalies for the present and future elections of the district.
    Curious why Clint Curtis has not had any press that I’ve seen. What I have seen is the Fla 13th on the news. Looks like both candidates of the 13th are participating in the freshman congresmans festivities.
    Curiosity can be a curse, off to the Fla 24th via net. To see what is up.

  • Skip November 15, 2006 1:18 am

    Here’s part of an email I received from the Clint Curtis campaign. I don’t know what district he’s in.
    WASHINGTON, Nov. 14 /U.S. Newswire/ — Clint Curtis, Democratic Party Candidate for Florida’s 24th Congressional District, announced that he will not concede defeat in his race to unseat Rep. Tom Feeney (news, bio, voting record) “until every vote is actually counted.” He is considering mounting a legal challenge to the election results.
    “In this election, the results did not match the Zogby pre- election poll, our internal polling, or our exit polling,” Curtis said. “These anomalies need to be investigated and cleared up, not just in my race but for every district where the count just doesn’t add up.” Curtis says he has informed the Supervisor of Elections office in all four counties in FL-24 that he is considering a challenge.
    Curtis continued, “The right to vote and to have that vote counted accurately is the very foundation of our democracy, and I owe it to the voters in my district and the state of Florida to continue to push for accurate, honest elections.
    As an internationally recognized election integrity advocate, Curtis has worked tirelessly for over five years to correct issues in America’s broken election system. As a congressional candidate, Curtis now has the legal standing to pursue an investigation into the anomalies.
    Curtis plans to examine precinct numbers and personally contact voters, to “tie the voter to the vote.” “This will either confirm the official results or indicate discrepancies,” he said.
    Curtis says several Florida candidates have already contacted him regarding mounting possible challenges in their races, as well. Without data from pre-election, concurrent election and post-election polls, however, they have additional challenges ahead in verifying their results, but the Curtis campaign has offered assistance with the statistical analysis of data and organization of volunteers for voter verification.