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Conyers to Object to Ohio Electors, Requests Senate Allies
By William Rivers Pitt
t r u t h o u t | Report

Thursday 30 December 2004

  Representative John Conyers, ranking minority member of the House Judiciary Committee, will object to the counting of the Ohio Electors from the 2004 Presidential election when Congress convenes to ratify those votes on January 6th. In a letter dispatched to every Senator, which will be officially published by his office shortly, Conyers declares that he will be joined in this by several other members of the House. Rep. Conyers is taking this dramatic step because he believes the allegations and evidence of election tampering and fraud render the current slate of Ohio Electors illegitimate.

  "As you know," writes Rep. Conyers in his letter, "on January 6, 2005, at 1:00 P.M, the electoral votes for the election of the president are to be opened and counted in a joint session of Congress. I and a number of House Members are planning to object to the counting of the Ohio votes, due to numerous unexplained irregularities in the Ohio presidential vote, many of which appear to violate both federal and state law."

  The letter goes on to ask the Senators who receive this letter to join Conyers in objecting to the Ohio Electors. "I am hoping that you will consider joining us in this important effort," writes Conyers, "to debate and highlight the problems in Ohio which disenfranchised innumerable voters. I will shortly forward you a draft report itemizing and analyzing the many irregularities we have come across as part of our hearings and investigation into the Ohio presidential election."

  There are expected to be high level meetings with high ranking Democratic officials next week to coordinate a concerted lobbying effort to convince Senators to challenge the vote. The Green Party and David Cobb, as has been true all along, will be centrally involved in this process, as will Rev. Jesse Jackson…

[Please call your senators and ask them to join this challenge.  This is not a democracy if Republicans can continue to steal elections by rigging them.—Caro]

The list of senators with links to their contact information is here.

Toll free numbers for the Capitol switchboard:  1-800-648-3516, 1-800-839-5276

Here’s another way you can help.
Stolen Election 2004

Lawyers and Funding Needed for Ohio Contest and Recount Legal Expenses

The legal team contesting the Ohio vote is asking for funds to do discovery to uncover more evidence of fraud

Help FUND this team (they don't get any pay from their clients)

Any money they receive (or know is coming) by today 12/31 will be matched by wealthy donor

CLICK HERE to make tax deductable contributions: click on second item.

Also they want you to email and tell them how much you are donating so they can get the matching funds

You can make a tax-deductible donation to 'Ohio Election Litigation Fund' and mail it to Cliff Arnebeck, Esq.,1351 King Avenue, 1st Floor, Columbus, Ohio 43212, along with your email address.


This legal team may also need lawyers. If you are a lawyer who is interested (or know one) contact Gail Jonas ,  707.433.6845 of 707.431.8451


Last changed: December 13, 2009