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Smoking e-mail implicates Jeb Bush in vote suppression

The Sarasota Herald Tribune obtained a “smoking e-mail” proving that Florida Gov. Jeb Bush was “personally involved” in ramrodding a new voter purge list for the 2004 election, even though the data firm that prepared it warned of its many “flaws.”

Bushs hometown paper endorses John Kerry

HOUSTON — The Lone Star Iconoclast, a weekly newspaper in Crawford, Texas (declared hometown of George W. Bush), has endorsed Democrat John Kerry for president. The newspaper’s editors endorsed Bush in 2000.

Hi-tech phonebanking targets key voters

Workers’ Correspondence NEW YORK — Citizen Action is a grassroots organization dedicated to defeating the right-wing administration in the White House.

Wake up and vote

MT. PLEASANT, Mich. — After watching weeks of political polls in the corporate media that extolled the strength of the Bush campaign and the weakness of his Democratic opposition, an event occurred at my university that gave me faith once again in the strength of our grassroots movement against the ultra-right.

Youth have big stake in 2004 elections

Young people are registering to vote in record numbers. It’s true — our vote matters.

Philly voter signups spell trouble for GOP

PHILADELPHIA — All summer long, hundreds of volunteers have been beating the bushes here, looking for unregistered voters to sign up to vote on Nov. 2 in the battleground state of Pennsylvania.

N.M. Latinos gear up to protect voting rights

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — “We are here to make sure that each vote is respected and counted,” Claudia Cortez, chair of the New Mexico AFL-CIO Voting Rights Protection Program, told the 15th National Membership Meeting of the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA) meeting here Aug. 25-28.

Its time to veto Vito

BROOKLYN – New York City labor, civil rights, and other democratic organizations have vowed to deliver a blow to the Bush administration and their Republican ultra-right allies in Congress this November.

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