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Videos From Ohio Election Protection Conference

Videos from Ohio Election Protection Conference

By Free Press Staff
October 12, 2008

As Goes Ohio...Election Protection Conference
Bob Fitrakis and Steve Rosenfeld on pre-Election Day Board of Elections Monitoring Project

Link: Fitrakis & Board of Election Monitoring

Keynote Address - Mark Crispin Miller delivers the keynote speech at the As Goes Ohio...Election Protection Conference, held Sept. 24 and 25 in Columbus.

Miller is a professor of media studies at New York University and author of the books: "Loser Take All," "Fooled Again, How the Right Stole the 2004 Elections" and "The Bush Dyslexicon." He is known for his writing on American media and for his activism on behalf of democratic media reform.

YouTube Link: Mark Crispin Miller Keynote (second one from left)

Mark Crispin Miller Interview:

The 'Trinity' of Reform

Interviewed by EON's Mary Beth Brangan and Jim Heddle, author, activist MARK CRISPIN MILLER talks about meltdowns, bailouts and what he calls the 'trinity' of reforms necessary to restore voting integrity in America: Election, Media and Campaign Finance reform.

YouTube Link: Mark Crispin Miller interview

AFTER ROVE: Restoring U.S. Democracy

Ohio attorney CLIFF ARNEBECK gives an update on the King Lincoln-Bronzeville Neighborhood Association v. Blackwell suit he is is pursuing with co-council Bob Fitrakis. The suit aims to expose and dismantle the GOP's 'Man-in-the-Middle' computer system set up by Carl Rove to steal Ohio's elections.

YouTube Link: Cliff Arnebeck interview


Prof. Steve Freeman of talks about his organization's Citizens' Exit Poll project and how YOU can participate in this un-edited video of his workshop at the recent As Goes Ohio...Election Protection Conference held in Columbus by

On Blip.TV: Citizen Exit Poll workshop


PROF. STEVE FREEMAN of explains how corporate media exit polls are 'adjusted' to matched fraudulent vote tallies, and how you can get involved in his organization's Citizens' Exit Poll Project.

YouTube Link: Steve Freeman interview

Harvey Wasserman on Poll Workers for Democracy

Investigative journalist and election protection activist HARVEY WASSERMAN, Senior Editor of, lays out what YOU can do to help prevent another stolen election in 2008.

YouTube Link: Harvey Wasserman interview


Pete Johnson, President of the Columbus Institute for Contemporary Journalism tell how to become a poll worker for democracy in this un-edited video of his workshop at the recent As Goes Ohio...Election Protection Conference held in Columbus by

Blip.TV link: Election Observer information


John Ennis, Director of the great new election doc FREE FOR ALL, and founder of the project tell how to become a part of it in his workshop at the recent AS GOES OHIO... Election Protection Conference held in Columbus by the

On YouTube: Video the Vote (top left)


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