Monday, November 15, 2004

Breaking news: Ohio recount certain

From a Green Party press release:

"Green Party Campaign Raises $150,000 in 4 days,
Shifts Gears to Phase II

There will be a recount of the presidential vote in Ohio.
On Thursday, David Cobb, the Green Party's 2004 presidential
candidate, announced his intention to seek a recount of the vote in Ohio.
Since the required fee for a statewide recount is $113,600, the only
question was whether that money could be raised in time to meet the filing
deadline. That question has been answered.
"Thanks to the thousands of people who have contributed to this
effort, we can say with certainty that there will be a recount in Ohio,"
said Blair Bobier, Media Director for the Cobb-LaMarche campaign."


MSNBC columnist David Shuster has backed up the story:
"This afternoon, I spoke with Blair Bobier, the attorney/spokesman for David Cobb, the Green Party's 2004 candidate for President. Bobier confirms that the press release floating on the net is legitimate. The Green Party is combining forces with the Libertarian Party to seek a statewide election recount in Ohio..."