January 03, 2005

Columbus Free Press Analysis of Evidence : 10 Preliminary Reasons Why Congress Must Investigate Rather Than Certify

Ten preliminary reasons why the Bush vote does not compute, and why
Congress must investigate rather than certify the Electoral College
(Part One of Two)

by Bob Fitrakis, Steve Rosenfeld and Harvey Wasserman

January 3, 2005

The presidential vote for George W. Bush does not compute.

By examining a very wide range of sworn testimonies from voters, polling
officials and others close to the administration of the Nov. 2 election; by
statistical analysis of the certified vote by mathematicians, election experts
and independent research teams who have conducted detailed studies of the
results in Ohio, New Mexico, Florida and elsewhere; from experts who
studied the voting machines, tabulators and other electronic equipment on
which a fair vote count has depended; and from a team of attorneys and
others who have challenged the Ohio results; the freepress.org investigative
team has compiled a portrait of an election whose true outcome must be
investigated further by the Congress, the media and all Americans --
because it was almost certainly not an honest victory for George W. Bush.

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