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New Hampshire Debate: Were 04/06 elections stolen?

SOS, Attorney, Pollster & Author debate: Were 2004/2006 elections stolen?

This event seems to be the first time a former Gallup pollster, a published author/investigator of the 2004 election, a longtme elected Secretary of State in a state of presidential-election importance, and an election law attorney and activist all get together and talk turkey: What's happened in our elections, and are they being stolen?? Was 2006 any better than 2004?

http://www.democracyfornewhampshire.com

STEALING THE VOTE: WHAT HAPPENED
IN 2004 AND WHAT DIDN'T HAPPEN
IN 2006


Thursday, Dec. 14, 7pm
at the University of New Hampshire, MUB Theater 1,Durham, NH

NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED ELECTIONS EXPERTS

*NYU Professor and author MARK CRISPIN MILLER -The Bush Dyslexicon; Fooled Again: How the Right Stole the 2004 Election & Why They'll Steal the Next One, Too

*Former director of UNH's Survey Center and author DAVID MOORE - The Superpollsters: How They Measure and Manipulate Public Opinion in America; How to Steal an Election

*Election Law Attorney PAUL LEHTO

Miller, Moore, and Lehto Join Special Guest, NH Secretary of State Bill Gardner
for Discussion of Election Security
Event is Free and Open to Public-Students-Faculty
Donations Accepted

Democracy for NH-Fair Elections Committee; Women Making a Difference and UNH host: past UNH Professor of Political Science & author David Moore; NYU Communications and Culture Professor & author Mark Crispin Miller; and nationally recognized Election Law Attorney, Paul Lehto for a panel discussion to be held on the UNH campus Thursday, Dec. 14, 7pm at the MUB Theater 1 on the timely topic of: Stealing the Vote: What Happened in 2004, and What Didn't Happen in 2006!

Mark Crispin Miller's book: Fooled Again, as well as David Moore's: How to Steal An Election will be for sale at this event.

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