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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?

IN 2006

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


*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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