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Friday, January 07, 2005

Ohio Election Challenge Slapped Down

After the challenge to the Ohio election results was given authenticity due to the somewhat misguided efforts of California Senator Barbara Boxer, the chambers took up the issue. The Senate voted down the objection 74-1, the House likewise by a count of 267-31.

Later


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