Friday, September 01, 2006

Ohio class-action election lawsuit

A class-action suit was filed in Southern Ohio District Court Thursday alleging wrongdoings in the state in “having deprived and continuing to deprive Ohioans of their right to vote by, in a selective & discriminatory manner, unfairly allocating election resources (such as voting machines), instituting a system of provisional ballots, purging voter registrations, and breaking the bi-partisan chain of custody of ballots.”

The suit seeks to have the Court order all paper ballots from the Nov. 2, 2004 election kept, and that a “special master” be appointed to evaluate Ohio election practices and procedures, and ensure that elections are administered fairly, and in a uniform, effective, and neutral manner.

[ Article ]
[ Plaintiff’s complaint ]

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