Democrats have adopted a new policy of advising candidates not to concede until all votes are counted and to raise funds for election contests prior to elections. (See article below.)
The National Election Data Archive advises candidates of all political parties not to concede until after obtaining and analyzing their own detailed vote count data that is withheld from the public by virtually all election jurisdictions, but which candidates have a legal right to obtain under most states' sunshine laws.
Mathematical methods will be the only way to detect indications of tampering and innocent errors in most jurisdictions in November, 2006 due to the overwhelming preponderance of unaudited (or improperly audited) flawed voting systems in America. (See "What election data can Election Offices collect and publicly release in order to Monitor Elections for accuracy?" http://electionarchive.org/ucvanalysis/us/election_officials/electionarchive_advice.pdf
Until U.S. election officials implement effective measures that would ensure accurate vote counts, candidates, voters, and political parties must take extraordinary steps to ensure that vote counts are corrrect.
New Zealand press covers the BlackBoxVoting unredacted report on Diebold voting system flaws which will be utilized in several on-going and imminent law suits against Diebold.
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4th of July: Unredacted Hursti reports released
Scoop.co.nz (press release) - New Zealand
... as well as provided to state voting machine examiners ... is also seated in the case during elections. ... and the deceptiveness with which Diebold Election Systems has ...
California Democrats race to file election challenge
Raw Story - Cambridge,MA,USA
... Sequoia, the largest manufacturer of voting machines used ... potentially having the ability to manipulate US elections. ... polls shortly before the election in the ...
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