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Below is a list of articles by title detailing the circumstances of how Bush stole the 2000 election with the help of voter fraud in Florida and Supreme Court politics. The newest ones are added at the bottom. If you have a good article about this topic that you feel fits the attitude of our site that would add to the information we have on file, please send it along and we will post it.

If you are really interested in this topic, we strongly recommend Greg Palast's book: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy. It contains excellent information documenting voter fraud in Florida including the purging of almost 80,000 eligible voters from the voter registration list. We also suggest you download for free chapters of Bev Harris' book Blackbox Voting: Ballot Tampering in the 21st Century from our website.

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Media review of Florida ballots whitewashes theft of the 2000 election
News and Analysis: North America, by Jerry White
November 16, 2001, World Socialist Website
The 2000 election and Bush's attack on democratic rights
News and Analysis: North America, by Barry Gray
November 14, 2001, World Socialist Website
The Unreported Story of How They Fixed the Vote in Florida
From the book, The Best Democracy Money Can Buy (Penguin 2003), by Greg Palast
Reprinted by workingforchange.com in multiple parts:
Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII, Part VIII, Part IX, Part X, Part XI
Inside A U.S. Election Vote Counting Program
by Bev Harris
Tuesday, 8 July 2003, 6:20 pm, Scoop Media
"According to election industry officials, electronic voting systems are absolutely secure, because they are protected by passwords and tamperproof audit logs. But the passwords can easily be bypassed, and in fact the audit logs can be altered. Worse, the votes can be changed without anyone knowing, even the County Election Supervisor who runs the election system."
The Diebold Memos' Smoking Gun
Volusia County Memos Disclose Election 2000 Vote Fraud

by Alastair Thompson

Friday, 24 October 2003, 11:18 am, Scoop Media
(215k) - very long article so please be patient if using modem

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