"Not once did they suggest that perhaps democrats are overrepresented in the polling data outside the election booths. " So you're suggesting that Democrats are "over-represented" because they vote more often and vote in larger numbers than Republicans? So then why these close elections? How about the mis count in FloriDUH. How do you "mis-count" 18,000 votes? Interestingly enough all these Shennenigans happen in swing states like Ohio and FloriDUH. http://www.forbes.com/security/2006/11/21/florida-voting-recount-tech-security-cx_ll_1121voting.html Electronic Voting Dispute Goes To Court Lisa Lerer, 11.21.06, 5:45 PM ET A dispute over the results of a Florida congressional election earlier this month has made its way to the court system, where it may ultimately influence the way elections are conducted across the country. On Monday, Republican congressional candidate Vern Buchanan declared victory in Florida's 13th District after machine and manual recounts gave him a 369-vote lead over Democratic nominee Christine Jennings. Minutes later, Jennings filed a lawsuit in Leon County Circuit Court requesting a new election. A group of voters represented by the American Civil Liberties Union and the nonprofit Election Protection Coalition filed a similar suit in a Florida state court in Tallahassee today. =================================== Both suits allege that faulty touchscreen voting machines skewed results by improperly processing up to 18,000 ballots cast in the race. Known as undervotes, these votes show selections in all the other races on the ballot but do not have a vote recorded for either candidate in the congressional race. The Florida Department of State's election division recorded 238,249 votes overall in the race. =================================== How the F**K is that possible? Oh wait, we're dealing with republikkklans here. Anything is possible in the land of Fairy tale WMD's. LOL!!