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NEDA Recommendations to Ensure Election Integrity

NEDA Recommendations to Ensure Election-Outcome Integrity in This Election

Dear Everyone,

Here are the recommendations of the National Election Data Archive for election activists, and for the public and for candidates for ensuring, as best is possible, that only correctly elected candidates are sworn into office this coming January 2007, despite a fundamentally flawed U.S. election system that is ineffectually audited if at all, and uses voting machines that enable any one of the 100's of persons who build and maintain them to undetectably rig elections.

http://electionarchive.org/ucvInfo/US/WeCount2.pdf

Please be so kind as to read our recommendations (above) and take action in your own state, using any of the tools available at http://electionarchive.net

including:

http://electionarchive.net/public/ucv_select_info.php

and

http://electionarchive.org/fairelection/statesubscribe.html

I would be happy to post your work related to Election Data Forensic analysis (open records request letters, letters to candidates, or press releases on this project) here to assist other states' activists:

http://electionarchive.net/public/ucv_select_info.php

Please feel free to use these lists to coordinate efforts in your state with others:

http://electionarchive.org/fairelection/ statesubscribe.html

Thank you for all your patriotic efforts to restore the integrity of our democratic elections.

Kathy Dopp
http://electionarchive.org
National Election Data Archive
Dedicated to Accurately Counting Elections


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