Sent to PeterofLoneTree by someone who neither a Democrat or Republican:
Questions are swirling around whether the election was conducted
honestly or not. We need to know -- was it or wasn't it?
When Congress reconvenes in January, at least 14 members of the House of
Representatives will challenge the validity of the 2004 election. They
will request an immediate investigation into many problems and
irregularities encountered in the election.
According to the Electoral Count Act of 1887, one senator and one House
Representative are required to contest an election prior to
inauguration. We have the representatives; we still need a senator.
Please let your senators know that you want them to stand up with House
Representatives and contest the vote. A petition has been drawn up
requesting senators to join with the Represenatives. To review and sign
the petition, please go to: www.ContestTheVote.org .
The signed petition will be delivered to each senator in person by a
coalition of representatives from a variety of concerned organizations
and individuals. We will also deliver copies of signed petitions from
all states to the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary to encourage
them to hold formal hearings on the 2004 election.
The online petition has been signed by 14,000 people and the goal is to
reach 100,000 signatures by December 31st. Continue to reach out to
organizations, friends and affiliates. The response has been fantastic.
If you haven't signed already, please sign and if you have - tell others
about the option at www.ContestTheVote.org. Call in to a radio station.
Send a letter to the editor. Don't forget to mention www.ContestTheVote.org
Thanks for your support,