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New Black Box Voting "Protect the Count" Video

NEW Black Box Voting video: WHAT TO DO ON ELECTION NIGHT - Protect the Count! (Part 1)

While everyone's watching the VOTING, not enough people are watching the COUNTING!

By Bev Harris, Black Box Voting

The action in this video is the #1 most important thing you can do to Protect the Count.

The first Protect the Count video moves a mile-a-minute, so be prepared to hit the "pause" button for a closer look.

Let it be known: Public citizens, observers, poll workers, will be Protecting the Count anywhere, randomly, unpredictably. Would-be cheaters: In 2008, tamper at your own peril. You'll never know where you're being watched!

Pass this along to everyone you know.

We are working together with Election Defense Alliance, YouTube and many other organizations. Let us know if your organization would like to be part of Protect the Count!

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ENDS

Bev Harris is the founder of BlackBoxVoting.org, one of the country's first public interest groups focused on electronic vote count fraud and reform of the voting process.

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