Saturday, December 4, 2004
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
Featured Speaker-Journalist Greg Palast
Thousands of Ohio citizens had difficulty voting on
Despite thousands of complaints, a planned recount,
statewide public hearings,
several lawsuits, a Congressional investigation and the outcry of voters rights groups, this fact has been dismissed or underreported by the mainstream media. Even Secretary of State, Kenneth Blackwell, indicated the Ohio election was a huge success, saying, "We came through with flying colors."
Washington Times, 11/04/04
We need thousands of people to attend our
"Fight for Democracy Rally"
to draw attention to voter issues AND to
support the Congressional probe of allegations of irregularities in the November 2nd presidential vote.
Please plan to attend and bring your friends!
America's election system is badly flawed. So flawed, that a Cal Tech/MIT study of the 2000 Election discovered that as many as one in 18 citizens was disenfranchised due to procedural and/or technological anomalies. The 2004 election was no different! All citizens must have equal access to voting and the electoral process in order to ensure our democracy!
Following the Rally
"Stand Up and Be Counted; A CASE for Democracy"
6:00 P.M. - 9:00 P.M.
Africentric Middle School, 300 E. Livingston Ave., Columbus, OH.
Click on the links below to find out more.
* CLICK THIS LINK to view the web version of this information and to download a flyer for distribution. http://www.uacitizensforchange.com/rally/
* CLICK THIS LINK to get an overview of 2004 election problems.
â¢ CLICK THIS LINK to read the Caltech/MIT study: