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Jonathan Simon will appear live (by phone) on The Monitor to discuss "Landslide Denied: Exit Polls vs. Vote Count 2006".

Excerpt: "That unadjusted poll indicated that the Democrats' 2006 total House vote margin was 11.5%, or nearly 4% greater than the 7.6% reported vote count margin. This represents nearly a three million vote discrepancy between the validated exit poll results and the reported vote tally for the US House of Representatives."

Listen online at

7:15 pm EST, 6:15 pm CST, 5:15 MST, 4:15 PST
Sunday evening, November 19, 2006

The Monitor, a weekly live news and analysis show based in Houston at KPFT Radio, has hosted guests such as: Kevin Phillips, Daniel Ellsberg, John Dean, Ellie Smeal, Joseph Stiglitz, Molly Ivins, Marjorie Cohn, Frank Rich, Robert Fisk, Kate Kendall, Greg Palast, Medea Benjamin, Bethany McLean, Seymour Hersh, Mark Crispin Miller, Jim Hightower, Ted Rall, Arianna Huffington, Laura Flanders, William Rivers Pitt, Amy Goodman, Thom Hartmann and Howard Zinn.

The Monitor's Pokey Anderson has been covering election integrity issues for nearly four years, including interviews with journalists Ronnie Dugger and Andrew Gumbel, syndicated columnist Bob Koehler, computer experts David Dill and Dan Wallach, along with David Jefferson who was on the California voting panel advising the CA Secretary of State, computer expert Harri Hursti who demonstrated the optical scan hack in Leon County Florida, computer expert Professor Ed Felten of Princeton who demonstrated the Diebold DRE 1-minute hack, author Lynn Landes, author Mark Crispin Miller, Nevada Secretary of State Dean Heller, Supervisor of Elections for Leon County Florida Ion Sancho, attorney Lowell Finley of California, Ohio attorneys Cliff Arnebeck and Susan Truitt, FSRN journalist Evan Davis of Columbus Ohio; attorney and journalist Bob Fitrakis of Columbus, Ohio, information technology consultant Bruce O'Dell, former political survey research analyst Jonathan Simon, Florida Fair Elections director Susan Pynchon, Ohio activist Rady Ananda, California activist Dave Berman, Washington State attorney Paul Lehto, journalist Greg Palast, researcher on ex-felon disenfranchisement Christopher Uggen, Black Box Voting's Bev Harris, the late Andy Stephenson and Kathleen Wynne, Green Party Presidential candidate David Cobb, Joyce McCloy of N.C. Coalition for Verifiable Voting; Warren Stewart, Director of Legislative Issues for National Ballot Integrity Project; filmmaker Russell Michaels (HBO documentary "Hacking Democracy"), radio and blog host Brad Friedman, Yolo County CA head election official Freddie Oakley, Voters Unite co-founders Ellen Theisen and John Gideon, California Voting Foundation founder Kim Alexander, chair of the Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility working group on voting Erik Nilsson, Austin activist Karen Renick of Vote Rescue, Washington State activist and co-founder of Voter Action Holly Jacobson, a Diebold PR spokesperson, a Hart InterCivic spokesperson, director of Public Affairs for the Clerk of Harris County Texas David Beirne, Harris County Clerk Beverley Kaufman, accessibility experts Noel Runyan and Dottie Neely, affiliate at the Berkman Center for Internet and the Society Derek Slater, and the attorney for the GOP in Fairfax County Virginia Chris Craig.
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