A CITIZENS’ AUDIT OF AN AMERICAN ELECTION
Richard Hayes Phillips, Ph.D.
“Richard Hayes Phillips worked day and night for three years compiling irrefutable evidence of how the Republicans stole the 2004 presidential race in Ohio. This landmark investigation is a testament to what private citizens can accomplish when government officials fail to protect our right to vote and to count those votes as cast. Every American – Republican and Democrat – should read this book, and join the fight for democracy’s most fundamental right.”
-- Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.
Phillips’ long-awaited book, “Witness to a Crime: A Citizens’ Audit of an American Election,” has gone to press and will be available in March. The book will be hardcover, with a dust jacket. The manuscript is 448 pages, including Annotated Table of Contents, Glossary, Index, eight color plates, and a CD with 1200 digital images of actual ballots, poll books, voter signature books, and other forensic evidence from the 2004 presidential election in Ohio. The retail cost to the purchaser will be $30, including packaging and postage.
Phillips expects to engage in promotional tours across the nation, primarily in alternative bookstores, coffee houses, churches, peace and justice centers, libraries, and college campuses, in early spring and throughout the summer. These events are to be more than lectures. He hopes for freewheeling discussions about the restoration of self-government in America.
The Dust Jacket Flaps are the most concise description of the contents of the book. These, along with the Table of Contents, Introduction, Conclusion, and Recommendation, are available online at at