Liberal Democrat Vote Fraud

We all saw the results of the 2000 American election. This time, I'm personally going to fight back in the only way that I can, with a blog that documents as many news reports about Democrat fraud as I can.

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Saturday, November 06, 2004

Vandals Hit GOP Headquarters in N.Carolina (AP)

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Vandals spray painted vulgar messages on the walls of the North Carolina Republican Party headquarters and left a burned effigy depicting President Bush and Sen. John Kerry, police said.

Authorities detained several suspects early Saturday, hours after the attacks took place Friday night, but had not filed any charges, police spokesman Jim Sughrue said.

A police officer reported Friday that about 100 people wearing masks and gloves were walking down a street near the headquarters, authorities said.

The Republican president won re-election Tuesday after a challenge by Kerry, a Democrat. John Edwards, who was Kerry's running mate, is a senator from North Carolina.

``This is not a political statement,'' Sughrue said. ``A political statement is what we made Tuesday. This is a crime.''

Police said at least two windows were broken and it appeared that the vandals tried to put incendiary devices inside of the building.

Friday, November 05, 2004

Buffalo News - Rocks shatter windows at GOP headquarters


Large rocks were thrown through the plate glass windows of Erie County Republican Committee headquarters in the Statler Towers on Thursday morning. Party officials believe the vandalism is connected to the close 27th Congressional District race between Democrat Brian M. Higgins and Republican Nancy A. Naples.

Threatening phone calls had been made to party officials, according to Bradley J. Stamm, executive director for the GOP County Committee.

He said he sees a correlation between the vandalism and threats and the Naples campaign efforts to gain an accurate count of all voting machines and outstanding paper ballots in a race that she trails by nearly 4,000 votes.

Erie County Democratic Chairman Leonard R. Lenihan dismissed allegations of telephone threats to unnamed party members. 'That's political spin,' he said. 'There's been no phone threats by anyone.'

Republican officials are considering whether to assign extra security for those who were threatened, Stamm said.

'The calls threatened certain individuals,' Stamm said. 'I'm concerned for everybody's safety.' He would not specifically say who was threatened.

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