Monday, December 13, 2004
The Seattle Times has the AP story "Electoral delegates in Ohio to meet today amid protests" this morning as does the Boston Globe though both have some different information. Same thing at The Washington Post. The P-I doesn't. Here's the story on Kerry's new involvement: "Kerry lawyer asks for visual inspection of some Ohio ballots." Here in Mayberry, King County Councilmember Larry Phillips had a "voting irregularity" of his own, which the Times covers along with governor's recount today in "Councilman's ballot among those rejected." The P-I doesn't. Back in Ohio, it takes a newspaper in New Zealand to do the math and discover: "More Votes than Voters in Ohio: Absentee Vote Inflated, Certified Vote in Doubt." Not all voting reform is that good: "Voting Rights Groups 'Block' Talk of Machine-Free Elections." They're causing trouble in Eugene again: "Election reform needed: U.S. system would fail certification elsewhere." Not everybody is welcoming the Ohio recount: "Recount angers local GOP chief." Misdeeds in Arizona reported: "Dems say GOP made deceptive voter calls." Electoral discontent in Nevada, reported in the SF Chronicle. Here's the press release for today's House Judiciary Committee meeting in Columbus. Why do we get mad at the national Democratic Party sometimes? "Bad bloggers and the State-level DNC," that's why.