Numbers, numbers

I was curious about the voting totals for Clinton and Obama, since Clinton has been declaring that she’s won the most votes cast so far. So I once again ran to the USA Today Election Results page, and tossed a … Continue reading

Voting Today?

Tell your story. Did you have a problem voting? VoterStory is collecting the experiences of any and all voters. VoterStory works to protect voter rights, and you can use the form below to submit your story. Also, you can call … Continue reading

Election Day!

Don’t forget to vote. I’m grabbing this Molly Ivins quote from MyDD. Let it be your motto. “So keep fightin’ for freedom and justice, beloveds, but don’t you forget to have fun doin’ it. Lord, let your laughter ring forth. … Continue reading

My Kind of Vets

A Shootout for Fair Voting 60 Years Ago, Vets Took Up Arms in Tenn. ATHENS, Tenn. (AP) – Harold Powers was only 20 when he watched a frightening sight unfold here 60 years ago: Battle-hardened World War II veterans in … Continue reading

Ohio Voting Fraud

Max Sawicky points us to a March Vanity Fair article by Christopher Hitchens. I don’t think of Hitchens as a flaming liberal or anything, but apparently he’s been looking over the 2004 voting results in Ohio, and believes there’s some … Continue reading

Conyers’ statement

This is worth reading in full. It is Congressman John Conyers Jr.’s statement to Congress on the objections to allowing the Ohio electors. Clear and to the point, it outlines just why the Ohio vote was problematic. __________________________ … Continue reading