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The Therapy Sessions
Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Oh great

There they go again. The Chicago machine rises again:
Republican challenges in Ohio have already begun. Yesterday, party
officials submitted a list of about 35,000 registered voters whose
mailing addresses, the Republicans said, were questionable. After
registering, they said, each of the voters was mailed a notice, and in
each case the notice was returned to election officials as

In Cuyahoga County alone, which includes the heavily Democratic
neighborhoods of Cleveland, the Republican Party submitted more than
14,000 names of voters for county election officials to scrutinize for
possible irregularities. The party said it had registered more than
1,400 people to challenge voters in that county.

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