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The Ohio and Florida votes

The pseudonymous "Hunter," a diarist at Daily Kos, has an incredibly cogent and easy-to-read analysis of voting irregularities in Ohio and Florida. His bottom line: not enough that would make any difference in the outcome, but some anomalies that have to be checked out -- not for Kerry/Edwards' sake, but voters'.


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Have you seen this:

Voting machine in one Ohio precinct gave Bush almost 4,000 votes when only around 600 ballots were cast.

Fraud or incompetence -- either way it needs to be fixed. Now.