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Uncounted: the New Math of American Elections

A new documentary on election anomalies in the US and the dangers of electronic voting. Were the 2000 and 2004 stolen presidential elections episodic, or rather products of now more permanent, systemic vote-rigging features? Watch out for the eye-opening Tom Feeney-Clint Curtis segment (c. 50 minute mark), among other highlights.

UNCOUNTED is an explosive new documentary that shows how the election fraud that changed the outcome of the 2004 election led to even greater fraud in 2006 – and now looms as an unbridled threat to the outcome of the 2008 election. This controversial feature length film by Emmy award-winning director David Earnhardt examines in factual, logical, and yet startling terms how easy it is to change election outcomes and undermine election integrity across the U.S. Noted computer programmers, statisticians, journalists, and experienced election officials provide the irrefutable proof.

See also the Uncounted website and HBO’s Hacking Democracy.

80 minutes

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2 comments on “Uncounted: the New Math of American Elections

  1. kenj
    1 April, 2008

    Both 2000 and 2004 were stolen.

  2. Mulongo
    15 April, 2008

    In the eyes of many in Africa, the integrity of US elections is in tatters, making it unfit to even comment on African elections. The despots in Africa keep reminding us that even the Americans rig…who are they not to!!

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