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practical advice from Mark Crispin Miller
September 5, 2006, 11:26 pm
Filed under: Blogging, politics

So earlier today I was reading this editorial about election fraud over at the New York Times. I didn’t know what to feel nauseous about first: the overwhelming evidence that suggests our democratic process will be screwed over again this November or the fact that this isn’t–and hasn’t been–front page news. I also felt helpless, remembering the interview with Julian Bond I read before the 2004 election, during which he predicted, “It will be worse than in 2000.” And let’s not forget, Julian Bond has seen his fair share of disenfranchisement.

The following find over at that the Huffington Post was especially relevant then: Five Things to Do Before Election Day by Mark Crispin Miller, an author who has covered election fraud extensively. He has some great, do-able ideas on how we can all address election fraud in the upcoming mid-term elections–a great alternative to sitting on your ass and feeling nauseous.

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