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Did the NSA Help Bush Hack the Vote?

Bob Speaking at the Ohio Green Caucus Apr. 3 2016

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https://youtu.be/UqwVR26tgKY?t=1445

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April 3, 2016 Green Party Caucus

 

Below is the compilation of all the Ohio candidates.

The Rebirth Of Community Rights With Bob Fitrakis For Franklin County Prosecutor

The rebirth of community rights with Bob Fitrakis for Franklin county prosecutor, Ti Episode: 01/22/16 Tish O’Dell and Tom Linzey- http://www.talktainmentradio.com/podcasts/Fight%20Back%20012216.mp3 more at:

Bob Fitrakis Columbus Alive 1996-2002 Article Archives

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Here is the Complete Archive of Columbus Alive Bob Fitrakis articles for 1996 in Word Format

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The following article Date and Titles are considered “The V-Files”

7/03/1996
Family values (Voinovich/Mifsud)

7/10/1996
Tommy takes the town (Voinovich)

7/10/1996
Building relationships (Voinovich)

7/17/1996
Clap if you believe (Voinovich/Banks)

7/31/1996
The governor…and the mob?

8/07/1996
Out of the frying pan (Voinovich)

8/21/1996
Uh oh Umberto (Voinovich/Turnpike)

8/27/1996
Umberto’s inner-belt blues (Voinovich)
A whiff of Y-Town (Mifsud)

9/04/1996
The high price of bucking the system (Voinovich)

9/16/1996
Who’s Farah Majidzadeh? (Voinovich pay-to-play)

10/23/1996
Deja V (Voinovich)

11/20/1996
With friends like these… (Voinovich)

01/22/1997
Last of the big spenders (Voinovich)

03/12/1997
Retro viruses (Mifsud)

07/23/1997
Banks goes a-courtin’ (Voinovich)

09/10/1997
Raking muck (Voinovich)

10/08/1997
Jailhouse crock (Voinovich)

10/15/1997
Jail sentencing not a problem (Banks/Voinovich)

10/22/1997
Coverage of V Group raises important questions

11/05/1997
Dewey’s decimals (jail/Voinovich)

11/12/1997
Voinovich jail fiasco grows

11/19/1997
Stumping (Taft campaign/Voinovich jail/Betty’s boop)

11/26/1997
Judge lets Banks off

01/21/1998
V Company blackout

2/25/1998
Stern stuff for the V Group

6/12/1998
Bits and pieces (Mifsud)

9/24/1998
The real Voinovich legacy

11/12/1998
Inside the V Group’s pattern of alleged laundering and contract steering

11/19/1998
Law and order (Voinovich)

11/26/1998
Gunslinger (voinovich)

03/04/1999
The good, the bad and the ugly (Voinovich)

4/08/1999
The V report

07/01/1999
Inside the Voinovich campaign financing report

8/12/1999
Dispatch rests while the V Group says it’s not the V Group

10/21/1999
Afraid to ask (Teater/Voinovich jail construction)

12/23/1999
The V Group dragnet narrows

1/27/2000
Oh Lord, don’t let Pauly be misunderstood (Voinovich)

07/22/2000
Holy roller (Voinovich as Bush VP)

11/02/2000
Dispatch buries V report

11/30/2000
You gotta have faith (Knights of Malta)

2/04/1998
Are the Hamiltons using the Bureau of Workers Compensation?

2/18/1998
Just the Facts, Jim (BWC)

4/08/1998
BWC under fire

5/14/1998
Mum’s the word at the State Employment Relations Board

06/25/1998
Whatever happened to Dale Hamilton?

12/28/2000
Clean air villain (Voinovich in Senate)

The Ultimate Dr. Robert Fitrakis

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Greens appear to have achieved historic victory Statewide write-in effort leaves the Greens as the only alternative in Ohio’s governor race

May 24, 2014
By Bob Fitrakis

The Green Party is fighting for its political life in Ohio. The gerrymandered, Republican-controlled state legislature outlawed all minor parties in Ohio in 2013 while both the Libertarian and Green Parties were in the middle of the petition drives for their gubernatorial candidates. Neither the Libertarians nor the Greens achieved ballot status by submitting signatures. While the Libertarian Party sued to maintain ballot status and lost in federal court, the Green Party invoked a seldom used state law that allows a statewide candidate to gain ballot status by getting 500 write-in votes.
The initial canvas of precincts showed the Green Party with 766 write-in votes for their gubernatorial candidate. The number, according to the Ohio Secretary of State’s website, has now dwindled to 628 votes. By state law, all county boards of elections must certify their vote total and forward it to the Secretary of State’s office by May 27. The Secretary of State must post the actual results 30 days after the May 6 election.
Anita Rios, the gubernatorial candidate, is currently showing 4% in SurveyUSA’s statewide poll. In order for the Green Party to survive under the current Republican law, still being challenged in federal court, their gubernatorial candidate must get 2% in the November election.
The Green Party of Ohio has played a key role in Ohio election protection activities. In 2004, they sued to recount the controversial Bush victory in the Buckeye state. In 2008, the Green Party ran an extensive election protection effort and their 2006 gubernatorial candidate Bob Fitrakis (this writer) was involved in deposing the Bush family’s election IT specialist, Michael Connell. In 2012, this writer, then a Green Party congressional candidate, sued the Ohio Secretary of State in both state and federal court to halt secret, untested, experimental software patches from being placed on 20 county central tabulators.
Whether Rios and the Green Party appear on the ballot with the legal standing to sue and the right to certify election observers throughout the state on the upcoming election day depends on the 128 vote surplus that may be certified on May 27.
Green Party voters found it difficult in many counties, particularly Franklin County, to cast a write-in vote on the electronic voting machines. When voters pulled a Green Party ballot the voting machine would give them the option for a write-in without it mentioning what race it was for and Ohio Secretary of State Jon Husted issued a directive preventing pollworkers from handing voters a list of official statewide write-in candidates unless the voter specifically requested it.
In Franklin County, 454 people voted Green and only 130 write-in votes were counted the day after the election. That number has since fallen to 122 write-in votes. In Cuyahoga County, that initially reported 141 write-in votes, the number declined to 79. With 100% of the counties reporting and the unofficial county canvas being reported by the Ohio Secretary of State’s office, it is hard to imagine that the Ohio Green Party would lose another 128 votes.
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Bob Fitrakis ran as the Green Party-endorsed Governor candidate in 2006, as a Green Party candidate for U.S. Congress in 2012 and is currently the Lt. Governor candidate.

Fight Back – Episode: 01/22/14 Citizens United, Ohio Death Penalty, The ColumbusFreePress.com

Fight Back Dr. Robert Fitrakis and various guests. 01-22-14

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VP Candidate Cheri Honkala in Columbus October 13