Monday, December 06, 2004

Democrats to Probe Ohio Voting Problems

WASHINGTON Dec 6, 2004 — The Democratic Party said Monday it will examine reports of voting problems in Ohio, where President Bush's victory clinched his re-election.

Outgoing Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe said the party will spend "whatever it takes" to study complaints from Ohio voters that included uncounted votes, long lines, shortages of ballots, understaffed polling stations and voting machine errors.

McAuliffe said the party is not seeking to overturn the result but to ensure that every vote is counted. He said the study will be conducted by nonpartisan experts to be announced later, with a report issued in the spring that recommends reforms to prevent such problems in the future.



Blogger floridadem said...

Glad to see the DNC getting involved! Here's an interesting article I found. I think we can all relate.
Florida Kerry supporters meet for group therapy
Voters shout epithets at President Bush during first PEST counseling session

Published Saturday, December 4, 2004 at 1:00 am
by Sean Salai

Twenty John Kerry supporters met for their first group therapy session in South Florida Thursday, screaming epithets at President Bush as they shared their emotions with licensed mental health counselors.

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Blogger Pamela Leavey said...


Sounds like great fun! Sign me up!


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