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OH MY OHIO: Third Election Official Indicted on Charges of Gaming 2004 Presidential Recount!

March 11, 2006

BradBlog quotes an AP article, and has more good links.

CLEVELAND (AP) — The third highest ranking employee at the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections has been indicted on charges of mishandling ballots during the 2004 presidential election recount.

Jacqueline Maiden is the third board worker charged with six counts alleging that Ohio laws were not followed in the selection and review of ballots for the recount.

Maiden, now the board’s elections coordinator, was the director of the elections division during the recount in December 2004.

Two other board workers, Rosie Grier and Kathleen Dreamer, were indicted in August and scheduled for trial May 8. Dreamer was the manager of the board’s ballot department and Grier was an assistant manager.

Sheesh!! Third????? And 170,000 Democratic registrations were tossed, apparently.
From Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman are co-authors of “How the GOP Stole America’s 2004 Election and Is Rigging 2008”. An article that addresses 308,000 potential cancelled Ohio Voter Registrations.
Soon after the 2004 election, Damschroder announced that Franklin County would eliminate another 170,000 citizens from the voter rolls in Columbus. Furthermore, House Bill 3, recently passed by the GOP-dominated legislature, has imposed a series of restrictions that will make it much harder for citizens to restore themselves to the voter rolls, or to register in the first place.

OH MY OHIO: Third Election Official Indicted on Charges of Gaming 2004 Presidential Recount!


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