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VoteFraudNews.com ~ New Years Update (tags)
News Update: Cobb recount, Conyers, Moss vs. Bush Protests, Rallies, Marches! Jan. 3, Jan. 4-6 Massive public drive to contact Senators before Jan. 6 Mitofsky exit poll data?
David Cobb tells Conyers Forum of (tags)
In early testimony, chairman of the forum, Rep. John Conyers heard from Green party presidential candidate, David Cobb that employees of punch card vendor, Triad Governmental Systems, Inc. (Triad GSI) are attempting to orchestrate a fraudulent recount of the 3 percent of precincts likely to be included in the first phase of the recount process.
KPFK: David Cobb & Jesse Jackson on Election Issues (tags)
Interview conducted by Jerry Quickley on KPFA, Dec. 9, 2004 / mp3 format, 21:47 runtime, 32 kbps; Interview covers known cases of voter irregularity and provides an update on the status of those investigating voter irregularities.
Green Party to Demand Recount in Ohio via Presidential Candidate David Cobb (tags)
Green Party Presidential Candidate David Cobb declares he will stand for a recount in Ohio
BTL:Green Party Presidential Candidate Addresses Issues Major Parties Ignore... (tags)
Interview with David Cobb, Green Party presidential candidate, conducted by Between the Lines' Melinda Tuhus
Showing of "The End of Suburbia and Green Party Presidential Candidate David Cobb Spe (tags)
Showing of the documentary "The End of Suburbia" and Green Party Presidential Candidate David Cobb Speaking at the Regenerative Co-operative of Pomona.
California, Take Back the Green Party! (tags)
"There's a little rebellion starting," [Peter] Camejo said this week. Camejo said in California, the bastion of Green registration, "it's a fact: The majority of the party wants to put Nader/Camejo on the ballot." (Carla Marinucci, "Nader's Ballot Hopes Hinge on State's Greens," San Francisco Chronicle, August 7, 2004). Camejo is telling the truth.
Green Strategy 2004-2008 (tags)
How did the David Cobb/Pat LaMarche ticket receive the Green Party nomination? And what does it mean for the Green Party in particular and American politics in general? My conclusion is that the so-called "red states" Greens, by rejecting Ralph Nader/Peter Camejo campaign, first of all served to diminish the Green Party's own strength in the "safe state" of California, ironically without helping the pro-war Democratic Party candidate John Kerry (despite the hope of the Cobb/LaMarche faction) in the most crucial "swing states": Ohio (20 electors/3.6% victory margin in 2000), Florida (27/0.0%), Pennsylvania (21/4.1%), and Michigan (17/5.1%).
GP Candidate Comes to LA (tags)
Green Party Candidate for President David Cobb comes to Los Angeles.