Woodstock Community Center Forum On Vote Fraud 200
ABNORMALITIES AND STATISTICAL IMPOSSIBILITIES IN THE 2004 ELECTION - AND WHAT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT!
FEATURING KATHY DOPP, Founder and President of US Count Votes, an organization formed to investigate the accuracy of our elections. www.uscountvotes.org.
President Bush won November's election by 2.5% yet exit polls showed Kerry leading by 3%. Which was correct? Hear the details of the report published by Kathy's organization.
Wednesday, June 1st, 7:00 PM
Woodstock Community Center
Rock City Rd., Woodstock, NY 12498
Kathy Dopp, an independent mathematician, has done ground-breaking work on the 2004 election "discrepancies" and the problems and irregularities associated with electronic voting machines. While crunching 2004 election numbers, she discovered alarming abnormalities and statistical impossibilities in the election results. Working with a team of respected mathematicians she published several papers, including an Analysis of the 2004 Presidential Election Exit Poll Discrepancies.
She also founded the National Election Data Archive Project. The project's database will contain precinct-level election results for the entire United States and will be used to develop and test techniques to reliably detect precinct-level vote counting errors worthy of investigation. USCountVotes.org is a group of volunteer statisticians and mathematicians devoted to ensuring that the correct candidates, duly elected by the American people, are sworn into office.
The New York Times reported that "it was Ms. Dopp's analysis of the vote in Florida that set off a flurry of post-election theorizing" (Tom Zeller Jr, Vote Fraud Theories..., 11/12/2004).
New York is now debating methods of implementing the Help America Vote Act of 2002 (HAVA), passed by Congress after the 2000 election. Decisions are now being made in Albany and in our counties about HAVA and we need to ensure that accurate and secure methods of voting are implemented in New York.
As concerned citizens and activists, we owe it to ourselves, our country, and our state to be as informed as possible so that we may effectively influence our political future.
Please join us and take advantage of this opportunity to have Kathy share her knowledge and expertise with us.
For further information, contact Donna Cinelli, email@example.com or call 845-334-8782 Your RSVP is requested and appreciated
Presented by: The Woodstock Democratic Committee and Hudson Valley Citizen Action
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