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Voting Rights Revival conference this Weekend in Columbus, OH

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I will be speaking tomorrow, Friday, October 13, 2006 in Columbus Ohio
as a keynote speaker for the Voting Rights Revival conference.

The conference is organized by Harvey Wasserman. Bob Fitrakis, and
Suzanne Patzer of The Free Press. Fitrakis and Wasserman more than
anyone - in fact, more than everyone else put together --have
uncovered and reported the details of election fraud in Ohio.

Others who will be speaking include Ronnie Dugger, founding editor of
The Texas Observer and co-founder of the Alliance for Democracy; Doris
"Granny D." Haddock, who at age 90 walked across the US for campaign
finance reform; Greg Moore, executive director of the NAACP National
Voter Fund; noted attorney and clean election advocate Paul Lehto, Harvey Wasserman and Bob Fitrakis, editors of The Free

Friday evening I will be speaking along with Wasserman and Fitrakis,
followed by a showing of "Eternal Vigilance," a film about the 2004
election and then musical entertainment. Workshops during the day
Saturday and Sunday. Saturday evening has speakers plus a showing of
American Blackout, Sundance Film Festival winning documentary on the
election process in 2000, 2002 and 2004. I will also be conducting a
workshop on exit polling. Other speakers, representatives from several
national organizations, workshops and organizing opportunities galore.
Sponsors include the Social & Behavioral Sciences Dept. of CSCC, CASE,
J30, Ohio Honest Elections, the Program on Corporations, Law and
Democracy (POCLAD), and The Free Press.

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There is no cost to attend, but donations are accepted.

Location:Columbus State Community College, Nestor Hall
Website:Voting Rights Revival conference

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Steven Freeman is a professor at University of Pennsylvania and the co-author of Was The 2004 Presidential Election Stolen? with Joel Bleifuss.

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