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2008-12-01 08:44:00

WASHINGTON, Dec. 1 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- In an exclusive interview with Velvet Revolution ("VR"), a DC based non-profit dedicated to a clean and accountable government, a former Diebold vote machine contractor who was in charge of preparing the 2002 election between Saxby Chambliss and Max Cleland has stated that the software patches placed on the voting machines in the weeks prior to the election could have rigged the election in favor of Republican Chambliss. The contractor, Chris...

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2008-11-14 06:00:00

By Larry Copeland SMYRNA, Ga. -- Campaigning for the first time since his Election Day defeat, Sen. John McCain stumped here Thursday for a Republican senator facing a Dec. 2 runoff that could help Democrats move closer to a filibuster-proof 60-seat majority. "I didn't think I would be back on the campaign trail quite this early," McCain told more than 1,500 supporters of Sen. Saxby Chambliss, R-Ga. "But there's a lot at stake here. I'm asking you to go back one more time." The Arizona...

2008-10-04 09:00:17

NAVA, Inc., the Association for Insured Retirement Solutions, today announced that its upcoming Annual Meeting will feature a no-holds-barred debate on the country's current financial, economic and political issues by two of the nation's top strategists and thought leaders: Karl Rove, former Deputy Chief of Staff for President George W. Bush, and Max Cleland, former Democratic Senator from Georgia. These two dynamic speakers and political opposites will debate on Monday, October 6, at...

2005-08-19 17:52:03

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States needs to either develop a new strategy for winning the war in Iraq or one that would bring American troops home, former Democratic Sen. Max Cleland said on Friday. "The Bush administration's plan for victory is not working," said Cleland, who lost three limbs in the Vietnam War and worked for unsuccessful Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry in 2004. In remarks prepared for Saturday's weekly Democratic radio address, which follows...


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