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ronpaultvchannel
12-28-2007, 10:41 PM
SCREW EM , I SAY WE COUNT THE VOTES

http://wecountr3volution.com/

beachmaster
12-30-2007, 09:12 AM
See my post "I Voted for Ron Paul" Tshirts.... http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=68386
(http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=68386)

having a video document showing dozens or hundreds of people leaving the polling place wearing the TShirt will only help back up any exit polls we conduct.

I think this is the largest hurdle we will have to jump, the very real prospect of the election being stolen from Dr. Paul. We need to do everything we can to protect against this menace.

MoneyWhereMyMouthIs2
12-30-2007, 09:31 AM
See my post "I Voted for Ron Paul" Tshirts.... http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=68386
(http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?t=68386)

having a video document showing dozens or hundreds of people leaving the polling place wearing the TShirt will only help back up any exit polls we conduct.

I didn't come up with this myself, but you might want to be careful about showing your RP gear on the way in. Someone mentioned that it would make it easier for poll workers to send you to the "right" machine.

I'm still not sure how I feel about that, or really how that fits in with what you're trying to do. All I know is that I'm a little distrustful of what might happen in general.

beachmaster
12-30-2007, 09:59 AM
I didn't come up with this myself, but you might want to be careful about showing your RP gear on the way in. Someone mentioned that it would make it easier for poll workers to send you to the "right" machine.

I'm still not sure how I feel about that, or really how that fits in with what you're trying to do. All I know is that I'm a little distrustful of what might happen in general.

Good point. Perhaps instead of a shirt, the Ron Paul voters could have a placard or mini-poster folded in their pocket when they go in, and on the way out, open it up for display to all the video cameras and tv cameras.

Ron Paul supporters will be EASY to poll after they vote. Every one of them will boldly and proudly shout "I VOTED FOR RON PAUL". And this is a good thing for the cause!

Anyway, the website would be a good tool (IMO) to log Ron Paul voter "affidavits", to be used as evidence along with exit polls and videos of the exiting voters displaying their "I Voted for Ron Paul" posters.

Triton
12-30-2007, 01:37 PM
In Maryland, this would be construed as electioneering inside the poll, and they would be justified in telling you to go home and change. You're not allowed to wear pins, hats, t-shirts, or anything else bearing your candidate's name.

beachmaster
12-30-2007, 01:53 PM
In Maryland, this would be construed as electioneering inside the poll, and they would be justified in telling you to go home and change. You're not allowed to wear pins, hats, t-shirts, or anything else bearing your candidate's name.

That's another good reason for not having the tshirts, but instead, walking in with folded poster in your pocket... then when you LEAVE the polling place, pull out the poster and open it up, and display it to all the cameras (private video cameras documenting the voting and TV cameras covering the local news).

I've already disowned the tshirt idea. That's history. Let's go with the pocket posters instead. I assume it's still ok to walk into the polling booth with private documents in your pockets! lol

Triton
12-30-2007, 02:18 PM
That's another good reason for not having the tshirts, but instead, walking in with folded poster in your pocket... then when you LEAVE the polling place, pull out the poster and open it up, and display it to all the cameras (private video cameras documenting the voting and TV cameras covering the local news).

I've already disowned the tshirt idea. That's history. Let's go with the pocket posters instead. I assume it's still ok to walk into the polling booth with private documents in your pockets! lolYes but displaying them within 100 feet of the poll (i.e. electioneering) is illegal.

Cleaner44
12-30-2007, 02:24 PM
I think this should be our #1 focus now.

Cleaner44
12-30-2007, 02:27 PM
We have a few options to guard against vote fraud.

We Count Revolution
http://www.wecountr3volution.com

Watch The Vote 2008
http://www.watchthevote2008.com

Operation Vote Watch for Ron Paul 2008
www.thetruth247.com

beachmaster
12-30-2007, 02:28 PM
Yes but displaying them within 100 feet of the poll (i.e. electioneering) is illegal.

Yes that's true too. They couldn't display the signs until they crossed that barrier, but with sufficient organization in key precincts, they could all be asked to congregate past the 100 foot line, and all could hold up their signs together.

There's got to be a good way to video document the Ron Paul turnout. There's just got to be a way gosh dammit.

Cleaner44
12-30-2007, 02:34 PM
I will be taking the day off of work. I am in AZ so I don't vote until Feb 5. I plan on telling all Ron Paul voters to make sure their vote is not stolen.

beachmaster
12-30-2007, 02:46 PM
We have a few options to guard against vote fraud.

We Count Revolution
http://www.wecountr3volution.com

Watch The Vote 2008
http://www.watchthevote2008.com

Operation Vote Watch for Ron Paul 2008
www.thetruth247.com

Yes I have already been to those sites (and donated to WatchTheVote2008). Now they are in my sig!

dianeh
01-01-2008, 07:13 AM
This site http://www.blackboxvoting.org has some very good advice about how to observe & document vote results at the precinct level. Anyone planning to watch the voting process should read it.

http://www.blackboxvoting.org

But they raise questions about what happens to all the votes when they are called in to a central compilation point.

Then there's this:

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?read=116052[/url]

Says Iowa election process is ultimately controlled by a company owned by an Isreali defense contractor and that this part of the process is not very transparent. (I don't see how they can justify the need for this, if it is true)

I understand that RP HQ does have well thought out directions to give to those who are in Iowa to observe the polling process and that more volunteers (Iowa registered voters, I assume?) are still needed.

Peace&Freedom
01-01-2008, 11:34 AM
FYI

Dear Friends,

Now is the time we must all swing into action! We can
still make this happen on Iowa Caucus Night, Thursday,
Jan 3, at 7 PM Central.

The reporting Board website for the night of the Iowa
Caucus is up at LibertyBroadcastNetwork.org -- a
cooperating site with the Iowa Watch the Vote meetup
and www.WatchTheVote2008.com --

We now need to assign the at-home people to a county,
and reveal the strategy to get the caucus vote counts
from LOCAL people.

Conference call will be tonight at:

641-715-3200; PIN 1064662# -- and --

I will do a conference call at 4 pm EST and every hour
thereafter until midnight EST. Please try to jump on
one of the calls. If you are at home- you will be
assigned a county or counties -- and we will go over
the strategy and how to make contacts in your area. We
will be posting the contact person (you and others who
are at-home) for each county on our website, so that
late-breaking people can just call into you on
election night, and you will upload the data. Each
county leader will have to get codes from

www.LibertyBroadcastNetwork.org -- you can look at the
site now, and it should be fully functional by Monday.

Jim