Here are three guys that are providing testimony in a court case charging election fraud in Ohio (king-lincoln v blackwell) in the forms of affidavits, and depositions. (1) Mike Connell. He was a top republican IT expert who has worked for the Bush family and other republican candidates, and worked for Secretary of State Ken Blackwell on IT in 2004. If there was electronic rigging, this guy would be likely to know about it. There have been a few indications (articles) that Connell has been pressured by Rove to take the fall for rigging in Ohio. The lead lawyer for the plaintiffs in the case (the guys that want to show vote fraud) are trying to get a deposition from Connell, but so far there has been a stay on the case. Through word of mouth, Connell appears to know that Ohio 2004 was not clean: (2) Stephen Spoonamore. Spoonamore is another republican, worked for the McCain campaign and was founder/CEO of an IT policy and security firm. He provided evidence in July that Georgia's 2002 gubernatorial race was compromised electronically. He is currently an expert witness in the King-Lincoln v Blackwell case in Ohio. The Raw Story | GOP cyber-security expert suggests Diebold tampered with 2002 election (3) Richard Hayes Philip, presumably a democrat, who wrote This guy was very active following the 2004 election, examining ballots and so on. He's got a lot of stuff on the web in terms of lists of discrepancies in ballots and etc, if anyone is interested. Cliff Arnebeck is the lead lawyer in the case, and you can read more about this case and some of the witnesses here: http://www.opednews.com/articles/Explosive-Events-Happening-by-Velvet-Revolution-080920-704.html The stay on the case makes progress hard.