Vote Fraud: Proof the Election was Stolen:

110,000 Dead Republicans Vote For Bush

Read Christopher Bollyn's Eyewitness Report

From Karil Daniels

I am writing to point out extremely important and inescapable facts that must be addressed by any fair-minded news organization or individual. For meticulous calculations and a clear, scholarly analysis of the election exit poll anomalies, please read this treatise by Professor Steven Freeman, Ph.D., a statistician at the University of Pennsylvania, which conclusively proves that there is only 1 chance in 250 MILLION that the 3 main exit polls (OH, FL, PA) could all be wrong. In essence, it is virtually impossible. The inescapable conclusion is that fraud was the cause and the election was stolen. Helpful graphs & charts are included.

Please review this information and bring it to light in your work. Thank you.

Dr. Freeman's analysis is at:

Another compelling analysis of exit polls was conducted by Colin Shea, who looks at a variety of factors. He focuses on an analysis of Florida by Kathy Dopp, which revealed one over-riding factor: whether the county used electronic touch-screen voting, or paper ballots which were optically scanned into a computer. ALL of those with touch-screen voting had results relatively in line with expected results, while ALL of those with extreme variance were in counties with optical scanning and ALL that had unexpected results favored Bush.

Kathy Dopp,s work is at:

Colin Shea,s data are at:

More important proof from Bev Harris on HOW the Diebold system was hacked is at:

"Response to Edison/Mitofsky Election System 2004 Report"
Summary from

was co-authored by a diverse group of professors and academicians specializing in statistics and mathematics affiliated with University of Notre Dame, University of Pennsylvania, University of Utah, Cornell University, University of Wisconsin, Southern Methodist University, Case Western Reserve University and Temple University.

Their study does not support claims made by Edison Media Research and Mitofsky International that exit poll errors were to blame for the unprecedented 5.5% discrepancy between exit polls and official 2004 election results.

According to this analysis by a group of senior statisticians, the new data just released by the exit-pollsters shows that the possibility that the overall vote count was substantially corrupted must be taken seriously. "Now we have statistical evidence that these reports were the tip of a national iceberg. The hypothesis that the discrepancy between the exit polls and election results is due to errors [fraud] in the official election tally is a coherent theory that must be explored," said statistician Josh Mitteldorf.

Their paper titled "Response to Edison/Mitofsky Election System 2004 Report" notes that the Edison/Mitofsky report offers no evidence to support their conclusion that Kerry voters "participated in the exit polls at a higher rate than Bush voters". In fact, the data provided in the Edison/Mitofsky report suggests that the opposite may have been true: Bush strongholds had slightly higher response rates than Kerry strongholds.

The statisticians go on to note that precincts with hand-counted paper ballots showed no statistical discrepancy between the exit polls and the official results, but for other voting technologies, the overall discrepancy was far larger than the polls' margin of error.

WASHINGTON -- March 31 -- Officially, President Bush won November's election by 2.5%, yet exit polls showed Kerry winning by 3%[1]. According to a report to be released today by a group of university statisticians, the odds of a discrepancy this large between the national exit poll and election results happening by accident are close to 1 in a million.

In other words, by random chance alone, it could not have happened. But it did.

Two alternatives remain. Either something was wrong with the exit polling, or something was wrong with the vote count.

Exit polls have been used to verify the integrity of elections in the Ukraine, in Latin America, in Germany, and elsewhere. Yet in November 2004, the U.S. exit poll discrepancy was much more than normal exit poll error (and similar to that of the invalid Ukraine election.[2])

In a recent survey of US members of the world's oldest and largest computer society, The Association for Computing Machinery, 95% opposed software driven un-auditable voting machines[3], of the type that now count at least 30% of U.S. votes. Today's electronic vote-counting machines are not required to include basic safeguards that would prevent and detect machine or human caused errors, be they innocent or deliberate.[4]

The consortium that conducted the presidential exit polls, Edison/Mitofsky, issued a report in January suggesting that the discrepancy between election results and exit polls occurred because Bush voters were more reticent than Kerry voters in response to pollsters.

The authors of this newly released scientific study "Analysis of the 2004 Presidential Election Poll Discrepancies" consider this "reluctant Bush responder" hypothesis to be highly implausible, based on extensive analysis of Edison/Mitofsky's exit poll data. They conclude, "The required pattern of exit poll participation by Kerry and Bush voters to satisfy the exit poll data defies empirical experience and common sense under any assumed scenario."

A state-by-state analysis of the discrepancy between exit polls and official election results shows highly improbable skewing of the election results, overwhelmingly biased towards the President.

The report concludes, "We believe that the absence of any statistically-plausible explanation for the discrepancy between Edison/Mitofsky's exit poll data and the official presidential vote tally is an unanswered question of vital national importance that needs thorough investigation."

Ph.D. statisticians in America who have seen this group's preliminary exit poll study have not refuted it. This new study is a much more comprehensive an analysis of the exit poll discrepancies

The report is available on-line

An executive summary of the report by is available

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