No Stolen Elections rally
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On January 6 in Washington, D.C.
Tell Bush: We Will Stop Voter Disenfranchisement!
Tell Congress: Stand Up for Democracy!
On January 6, 2005 Congress will meet in joint session to certify
the 2004 presidential election. On that day, if one member of the
House and one member of the Senate object to the certification of the
vote, then all members of Congress will finally discuss these issues.
On January 6, 2001, not a single Senator would join with the
Representatives who demanded an inquiry into the Florida recount.
This year, let's make our Senators take a stand!
Join Medea Benjamin, John Bonifaz, David Cobb, Congressman John
Conyers (invited), Alysia Fischer, George Friday, Rev. Jesse Jackson
(invited), Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney (invited), Rev. Lennox
Yearwood and many others as we: Rally at 10:00 a.m. in Lafayette Park
across from the White House. We will then march to Capitol Hill to
join with others at the U.S. Capitol at noon.
We need an investigation into the Ohio vote on November 2, the
seriously problematic "recount," partisan, discriminatory decisions
made by the Secretary of State, electronic voting machine fraud, not
enough machines in predominantly Black precincts, and all of the
other ways that voters were disenfranchised in the USA.
While our Senators and Representatives are inside Congress,
tallying the electoral college vote, We the People must have a
presence outside, bringing attention to the disenfranchisement,
suppression and fraud that pervaded the 2004 election - and demanding
real reforms to extend and protect democracy in the U.S. Please join
us on January 6 in Washington, DC. Check
or <http://www.pdamerica.org/>http://www.pdamerica.org for more
Leading up to the January 6 events there will be a major rally in
Columbus, Ohio on January 3 at 2 p.m. organized by Rev. Jesse
Jackson, the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition and other groups. For more
information go to
If you can't come to DC, we urge you to organize an action on
January 4 or 5 at a Senator's office in your community, and list your
event at <http://www.nov3.us/>http://www.nov3.us. And on January 6
let?s flood the Senate with calls all morning and afternoon; the
Capitol Hill information number is 202-224-3121.
If the Ukraine can have a re-vote,
why can't the U.S. have at least an investigation into vote suppression?
This call to action is initiated by United Progressives for
Democracy, the Cobb/LaMarche campaign, Code Pink, D.C. Anti-War
Network, Independent Progressive Politics Network, No Stolen
Elections!, Progressive Democrats of America, Rainbow/PUSH Coalition
and Truth in Elections. To add your group send your endorsement to
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