Tonight at 7:00 PM Eastern time on CNN, Wolf Blitzer will interview Florida Governor Charlie Crist regarding Florida's problems with its elections.
> Governor Crist's election and several other Florida elections are being contested in one of the largest election contests in U.S. history.
Evidence obtained by the Plaintiffs already shows that the "official" results of Florida's 2006 election are not correct and that the actual
number of voters who thought that they had cast votes for the Democratic candidate Plaintiffs exceeds the official results by an amount sufficient to
alter the results of elections throughout Florida. You heard that correctly. The "official" results in Florida's 2006 election are not accurate and people have taken office whom the voters did not actually
intend to elect! This is likely due to manipulation of the vote counting computers.
So far, this issue has received very little attention from the mainstream media. However, Mr. Blitzer and CNN have a record of being journalists who will ask tough questions that usually go unasked or at least unreported by most mainstream media outlets.
If you want to find out more, the link to the show's website is here:
Also, if you are interested in raising awareness about problems with secret vote counting by computers, email CNN at firstname.lastname@example.org and
email@example.com and send a copy of your email to
Crist_on_CNN@hotmail.com Ask them whether Wolf Blitzer is going to ask Governor Crist about the elections being challenged in Florida including his
election. Also, let CNN know that they can view the complaint at
http://clintcurtis.com/Complaint.pdf and find out more at
Mr. Blitzer and CNN have an opportunity to discuss this case and the fundamental question it raises. This fundamental quesiton is whether our country will continue to allow our votes to be counted in secret by a computer with all of the security and accuracy risks which that entails or whether we will act to ensure that representative democracy is restored and
preserved by returning to a public counting of votes on paper ballots.
In the Gubernatorial debate on October 30, 2006, Governor Crist was against paper ballots. However, he now supports them although he has not come out
in favor of restoring public counting of paper ballots or even a random audit to ensure that the computers' results are correct. Those who are
involved in the effort to preserve a representative democracy believe that Governor Crist's sudden change of his stance on paper ballots is due to the lawsuit contesting his election.
Please email CNN about this important news and send a copy to Crist_on_CNN@hotmail.com so that we can track CNN's responsiveness to this serious newsworthy issue. Also, please pass this information along to your contacts. Thank you for your efforts to help preserve our representative democracy.
Mark A. Adams, Esquire JD/MBA