Friday, December 17, 2004

The Committees of Correspondence

This message was sent out on the evening of December 16, 2004.

With the exception of Zell Miller, who was the keynote speaker at the Republican Convention, every Democratic Senator has been contacted in writing regarding Ohio. But today was just the first pass. The second will seek objections to the Florida Electors. The third will seek objections to the Ohio and Florida Electors. Then the phone calls will begin. After that, moderate Republican Senators will be approached. The same process will be followed in regard to the House of Representatives. And, as tedious as all of this may seem, it is necessary in order to win: A majority is needed in both Houses. And what is at stake is nothing less than the future of the Constitution as a meaningful document.

Whatever you can do is appreciated. Thanks.

Below is a sample letter or e-mail. For your convenience, the contact information for all United States Senators is provided.

There will be a news update shortly. Please check here in the next day or two.

Subject: Ohio Objections

Dear Sir/Madam:

As you know, Representative John Conyers and a number of his colleagues on the House Judiciary Committee are looking into the Ohio election situation. What they have uncovered is of such serious concern that objections must be made to the Ohio Electors on January 6, 2005. Please exercise your right to do so under the Electoral Count Act of 1887.


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