Richard Hayes Phillips was the leading forensic investigator of the 2004 presidential election in Ohio. He and his assistants photographed 126,000 ballots, 127 poll books, 141 voter signature books, and other election records, from 18 counties in Ohio. His analysis, and the raw data upon which the analysis is based, are presented in his book, "Witness to a Crime: A Citizens' Audit of an American Election." The book comes with a CD containing 1200 of the most telling photographs. The book is available at http://www.witnesstoacrime.com/

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29 January 2005
Actually, there is a crisis in Social Security, though it is not what Bush portrays. For a very long time the government has taken the "surplus" -- that is,...
08 January 2005
The following table lists conservative estimates of the shifts in the vote margins between Bush and Kerry due to error, neglect, or fraud. These estimates are...
25 December 2004
On Election Night, when 100% of the precincts in Miami County had reported, only 31,620 votes had been counted.  George W. Bush was reported to have won Miami...
25 December 2004
On December 9, 2004, I posted an article on Lucas County.  I noted with deep suspicion the voter turnout data for the City of Toledo.  Of the 495 precincts in...
24 December 2004
I give my heartfelt thanks to Brian Julin for producing the spreadsheets and the tables of data that made it possible for me to write this report in a timely...
24 December 2004
I give my heartfelt thanks to Joe Knapp for his Cuyahoga County spreadsheet, to Bernard Windham for forwarding it to me, and to Roman Sasik for compiling the...

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