Re: [Fwd: Suggestion] idea for sampling a FL county - I could mobilize volunteers

From: Edmund R. Kennedy <ekennedyx_at_yahoo_dot_com>
Date: Tue Nov 09 2004 - 09:53:20 CST

Hello Anton and Kathy:
 
     Please be aware that 'massive fraud' isn't necessary to throw an election one way or another. It just takes a few votes here and there. Sophisticated political operatives know this and generally take advantage of this to hide their trail. If you find 'massive fraud' you can be reasonably sure that amatures were involved.
 
Thanks, Ed Kennedy

Kathy Dopp <kathy@directell.com> wrote:

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Suggestion
From: "concertmasters Inc."
Date: Tue, November 9, 2004 1:29 am
To: kathy@ustogether.org

It seems to me the way to determine whether there was indeed colossal
fraud in the election is to organize the following.

Take one of the moderate sized Florida counties where the optical scan
machines appear to have produced results which are not credible, for
example Dixie County, with 4988 registered Democratic voters of whom
supposedly only 1959 voted for Kerry. Get a team of perhaps 50 people
to go door to door, and ask whether the occupants are willing to
divulge whom they voted for. Some will not, but those who voted for
Kerry and think that there has been fraud should be willing to sign a
document asserting that they indeed voted for him. It should not take
more than a day or possibly two to find 2500 such voters if in fact
there has been a massive fraud.

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