Voting Fraud in Ohio already

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    It figures that it has to be in my state!!! I would hope this isn't Republicans,but after that record breaking Bush rally that we went to last week,I don't think the Republicans are having to worry to much.
     
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    Wasn't there some story recently about some Republican supposedly attempting to invalidate much of the new registration. The story implied it was because they were all Democrats being registered, now it appears that it may be fraudulent and there may be a legitimate issue.

    More people than are eligible are registered to vote in a county and all they have to say is "Motor Voter". This smacks of fraud and should be looked into with more steadfastness than the story indicates it was looked into.
     
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    I'm afraid that anything that just "looks funny" will be tossed into the evidence file for the post election outcry and lawsuits by the Dems. If Kerry wins, I expect the republicans will accept it and begrudgingly move on.
     
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    Republicans will not move one if they lose. They lost the last election, and didn't move on, they used all their power to over turn the election. What makes think it will be different this time?
     
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    Cmon marbles? Gore conceded the election and then retracted it. FACTS say Bush won Florida by 500+ votes. Which party began the legal challenges ??

    Give up!
     
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    Gore was the one that wanted to recount the votes until the end of time,not Bush. We would probably be still counting today if a stop hadn't been put to it. There is no way that you can argue that Bush is the one that couldn't move on. If Gore would have accepted his loss,it would never had gone as far as it did.
     
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    Dang, i dislike ignorance.

    There was not one time that Gore one Florida. there were four recounts. Bush won every one. Gore sued to keep Florida from certifying the vote till he did a personal recount. yet even with that count Bush won. the idea that Bush didnt win is simply ridiculous.
     
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    and wasn't it Dan Rather who called Gore winning Florida, when, because of the time zone difference, there was still an hour left? When the news stations started announcing Gore was the winner, the libbies got all excited. They (surprisingly, because they are SO much more edumacated) forgot there was still an hour left in the polls. Plus, some judges forced some voting ares to stay open later, which is something NOT in their power.
     

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