Thursday, December 02, 2004
Jesse Jackson In Ohio
On November 28, Rev. Jesse Jackson came to Ohio and raised the issue of the Ohio presidential election back into national attention. He said that A GOP "pattern of intentionality" was behind the suspect outcome, which cast serious doubt on George W. Bush's assumed victory.

"We can live with losing an election," Jackson said. "We cannot live with fraud and stealing." He stressed that the underlying issue was "the integrity of the vote" for which "too many have died."

Jackson will return to Ohio for a rally on the Statehouse Lawn at 1 p.m. on Saturday, 2004. Also speaking will be Greg Palast (journalist and author of The Best Democracy Money Can Buy), Ian Solomon (Dean of Yale School of Law), Bill Moss (former Columbus school board member), Bob Fitrakis (Columbus Free Press), Reuben Herrera (Adelante - Latino/Latina Democrats), Anita Rios (Green Party), Cliff Arnebeck (lead litigant in the Contest of Election suit) and Jad Hummeidan (Council on American Islamic Relations).

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