Was the 2004 Presidential Election Stolen? Exit Polls, Election Fraud, and the Official Count
by Steven F. Freeman & Joel Bleifuss / Foreword by U.S. Representative John Conyers, Jr.
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Election Integrity Reports

June 30, 2008. The Election Integrity Election Verification Exit Poll - Report on the Kentucky Pilot Project (Freeman). (PDF, 558 KB).

May 2007 Fingerprints Of Election Theft: Were Competitive Contests Targeted? Comparison Between Exit Poll and Vote Count Disparities in Competitive vs. Noncompetitive Contests in Election 2006 (Simon, O’Dell, Tavris and Mitteldorf, Election Defense Alliance).

March 2007 Landslide Denied: Exit Polls vs. Vote Count 2006: Demographic Validity of the National Exit Poll and the Corruption of the Official Vote Count (Simon and O’Dell, Election Defense Alliance) .

November 29, 2006 Report on the first Election Integrity Election Verification Exit Poll.

May 19, 2006. "Who Really Won - and Lost - the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election?" Paper on Deceptive Polling Practices presented at the American Association of Public Opinion Research in Montreal, Canada.

May 1, 2006. "Florida Sets the Stage in 2000" Chapter 2 of Was the 2004 Presidential Election Stolen? Exit Polls, Election Fraud, and the Official Count by Steven F. Freeman & Joel Bleifuss

October 14, 2005. "Polling Bias or Corrupted Count? Accepted Improbabilities and Neglected Correlations in the 2004 U.S. Presidential Exit Poll Data". Paper presented at the 2005 Fall Meeting of the American Statistical Association, (Philadelphia) a Debate on the meaning of the 2004 exit polls with Warren Mitofsky, Director of the National Election Pool • Accompanying Slide PresentationAccompanying Notes.

July 11, 2005 Polling for Errors? Do Pre-Election Telephone Polls Track –and Legitimize– Corrupted Election Tallies through Flawed Methodologies? An Analysis of the 2004 US Presidential Election and the Pre-Election Polls.

June 20, 2005. An Examination of Exit Poll Accuracy and Discrepancies with Official Counts in U.S. Elections. Historical accuracy of exit poll survey results and explanations for discrepancies.

Analysis of the 2004 Presidential Election Exit Poll Discrepancies (March 31, 2005) Salt Lake City, UT: US Count Votes, with 10 other co-authors, mostly statisticians

February 16, 2005 Exit Poll Report Suggests a Corrupted Election (despite what you may have heard). In These Times (Freeman and Mitteldorf)

January 5, 2005: Hypotheses for Explaining the Exit Poll-Official Count Discrepancy in the 2004 US Presidential Election. (Summarized in US Congressional Report, “What Happened in Ohio.”).

November 9, 2004 The Unexplained Exit Poll Discrepancy  Paper called attention to a large, unexplained discrepancy between exit poll survey results and the official count in the 2004 Presidential Election. (Revised December 29, 2004).

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