Remember in “Fahrenheit 911” when members of the Congressional Black Caucus tried to challenge the 2000 election, but couldn’t get a single Senator to join them? Well, we can’t allow this to happen again!
On January 6, Congress will convene to ratify the Electoral College votes in the 2004 Presidential Election. Congressman John Conyers (D-Michigan) and other Representatives plan to challenge the electoral vote count due to election irregularities and the appearance of illegality in the vote and recount. See http://www.truthout.org/docs_04/123104W.shtml
Please call your Senators and Representatives and encourage them to join Congressman Conyers in challenging the validity of the election. We must restore confidence in our democracy! You can call toll-free at 1-800-839-5276.
For a slide show overview of concerns about possible election fraud, please visit http://www.ElectionFraud2004.org (note: once you’ve opened the slide show, click on the button in the lower right-hand corner to view the presentation more easily). There’s also a good article at http://www.freepress.org/departments/display/19/2004/1046
And please attend some of the following events:
January 4 (Tuesday), 7pm
RALLY FOR THE REPUBLIC
Herbst Theater, 401 Van Ness, San Francisco
Emily Levin, project coordinator for Richard Hayes Phillips' precinct-level analysis of Ohio voting anomalies, will describe findings entered as evidence in Moss v. Bush showing that Ohio's 20 electoral votes were won by John Kerry. In Linda Byrket's documentary Video the Vote you will witness the shameful voter suppression tactics deployed to deny predominantly African American communities of Ohio their right to vote. Researcher-analyst Warren Stewart will describe the mysteries of New Mexico's national record for undervotes and phantom voters that resulted in a 1% margin awarding the state's electors to Bush. ReDefeat Bush founder David Lytel will provide an insightful preview of the crucial electoral contest starting just days from now.
Suggested donation: $5 - $10 (no one turned away for lack of funds).
For more information, contact Dan Ashby at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 595-1289.
January 5 (Wednesday), Noon
A FUNERAL FOR FAIR ELECTIONS
Lytton Plaza (University Ave. at Emerson St.), Palo Alto
Fair Elections died on Nov. 2, 2004. The causes of death will be announced and a brief eulogy will be offered, followed by a procession to Congresswoman Anna Eshoo's office at 698 Emerson St., where flowers will be laid on the coffin. Public wailing will be led by the Raging Grannies.
Sponsored by the Bay Area Coalition for Election Reform, Women's International League for Peace & Freedom (Peninsula Chapter), the Peninsula Raging Grannies, the Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, and the Green Party of Santa Clara County. For more information, call (650) 223-3306 or email info@ElectionFraud2004.org.
January 6 (Thursday), Noon
VERIFYGRA -- For An Election That Really Stands Up
At the office of Senator Barbara Boxer
1700 Montgomery Street (near Chestnut & Embarcadero), San Francisco
Don't let Electile Dysfunction get you down! VERIFYGRA is the answer. Tested and proven effective in the Ukraine -- and now available in the United States.
Come to a press conference and rally at Senator Barbara Boxer's office to ask her and Senator Kerry to get on VERIFYGRA and stand up for democracy by declaring the Ohio recount inadequate and refusing to certify the election.
For more information, contact Jeff Grubler at email@example.com or 415-385-5956
January 12 (Wednesday), 7:30pm
“Votergate” (36 minute documentary)
Veterans' Hall (Post Room), 846 Front St., Santa Cruz
Follow Bev Harris, feisty grandmother and founder of BlackBoxVoting.org, as she travels nine states taking on election gatekeepers.
Also showing: “9/11 Open Your Eyes – The War on Terror is a Lie” -- excerpts culled from 45 hours of testimony from the International Citizens Inquiry into 9/11 held in Toronto, Canada, May, 2004.
Donation of $5 (no one turned away). For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 831-325-3135.
Thanks for being involved.