The 2004 Ohio
Presidential Election: Cuyahoga County Analysis:
How Kerry Votes Were Switched to Bush Votes
"Seven-eights of voters in heavily-Democratic Cuyahoga County, more
of every eight
Ohio Kerry voters, could have voted at
an adjacent precinct using the wrong ballot order."
"... I focus on one Presidential
election issue, cross-votinghow votes cast one way
are counted as a vote for a different candidate or option.
I also focus on Ohio and a particular area with one-tenth
of the Ohio vote, Cuyahoga County. ... This article discusses
problems with the 2004 Ohio Presidential election generally
and demonstrates how the Cuyahoga County election was inherently
unfair and resulted in many Kerry votes going uncounted,
counted as third-party votes, or being switched to Bush
"In a sample of 166,953 votes, one of every 34 Ohio voters,
the Kerry-Bush margin
shifts 6.15% ..."
Continue reading: How Kerry Votes Were Switched to Bush Votes
presentation featuring highlights
from the article.
Download vote_switching.ppt -
700 Kb PowerPoint file.
presentation comparing various probability sorts.
Inadvertent Wrong-Precinct Voting or Vote-Switching Fraud
Download precinct_switching.ppt - 680 Kb PowerPoint file.
Election Results: PowerPoints Page
Results and Analysis: Spreadsheets
The spreadsheets include
national results and many key state results:
Ohio, Florida, New Mexico, South Dakota,
Iowa, Nevada, California, Wisconsin.
County Official Results Spreadsheets
NEW: July 2006 spreadsheet updates with vote-switching probabilities.
Election Fraud, Irregularity,
and Reform Headlines
-- Media article
links from Nov. 2004 to April 2005 --
Some media outlet links expire, so, rather than maintain
I've zipped all the Headline HTML files in a single folder:
Download 2004 Election
Fraud, Irregularity, and Reform Headlines archive.zip
See VotersUnite.org News to research
more recent or earlier events.
Demonstration at the Benton County Courthouse.
"In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary
act." - George Orwell