In 2000, it was mostly Florida and a few other states - places where their cries of "Unfair! Fraud! We wuz robbed!" were most likely to change the outcome of the election. It got so bad that Republicans had to countersue to stop the illegal recounts the Dems demanded. In 2004 the Dems used this ploy in Ohio and a few others. They've never succeeded in overruling an election yet, but hope springs eternal. Place your bets, folks, place your bets. Where will the Democrats try it this time? ------------------- NOTE: In 1960, Republicans strongly suspected that voting fraud took place in a number of counties in Illinois, where JFK beat Nixon by some 4,000 votes, giving him just enough electoral votes to win the Presidency. It was later revealed that more than twice that many dead people had "voted", mostly for Democrats. But the Republicans did NOT file lawsuits. They were reluctant to harm the "sanctity" of the election process, and so they let the result stand unchallenged. Democrats have no such qualms, of course. The question is not WHETHER they will sue to overturn the results of the elections, but WHERE.