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November 1, 2004

Quite a bit of confusion on the Carabobo, Miranda, Yaracuy and even
the Zulia elections. In the first three opposition candiadte claim
they can prove they won. In Carabobo even the CNE appears to eb unsure
of what happened. Meanwhile in Zulia Rosales’ contender says there is
a technical tie, while Rosales claims he won. CNE Directors ahve gone
to Valencia and San Felipe to oversee the final counting.

Meanhwile the CNE has claimed that it would post results on the
wbepage at 3 PM, but it is past 8 PM and there is nothing. Trying to
make the numbers fit the results?

In Caracas, theer is also a question of whether Ocariz beat Rangel’s
son in the Sucre municipality. If Ocariz beats Rangel, then Primero
Justicia would have won in Sucre, Chacao, Baruta and El Hatillo, with
the Chavistas winning in Libertador District. This makes you wonder
how Juan Barreto managed to win as Metropolitan Mayor. Libertador may
be bigger, but not that much bigger. Wished I had the CNE number to
compare.

Just to prove that we live in a country without law or legal recourse,
the Misniter of Inetrior and Justice Jesse “James” Chacon, said as he
left the Cabinet meeting that the results were “irreversible”, despite
the fact that the candiadates are not claiming they were cheated, or
they had exit polls, they are saying tehy ahve compelet tallies of
their states and it adds up to them winning. In fact, Mendoza has more
votes in his tally than the CNE. Only in the mind of Jesse James is
that irreversible.

November 1, 2004

Quite a bit of confusion on the Carabobo, Miranda, Yaracuy and even
the Zulia elections. In the first three opposition candiadte claim
they can prove they won. In Carabobo even the CNE appears to eb unsure
of what happened. Meanwhile in Zulia Rosales’ contender says there is
a technical tie, while Rosales claims he won. CNE Directors ahve gone
to Valencia and San Felipe to oversee the final counting.

Meanhwile the CNE has claimed that it would post results on the
wbepage at 3 PM, but it is past 8 PM and there is nothing. Trying to
make the numbers fit the results?

In Caracas, theer is also a question of whether Ocariz beat Rangel’s
son in the Sucre municipality. If Ocariz beats Rangel, then Primero
Justicia would have won in Sucre, Chacao, Baruta and El Hatillo, with
the Chavistas winning in Libertador District. This makes you wonder
how Juan Barreto managed to win as Metropolitan Mayor. Libertador may
be bigger, but not that much bigger. Wished I had the CNE number to
compare.

Just to prove that we live in a country without law or legal recourse,
the Misniter of Inetrior and Justice Jesse “James” Chacon, said as he
left the Cabinet meeting that the results were “irreversible”, despite
the fact that the candiadates are not claiming they were cheated, or
they had exit polls, they are saying tehy ahve compelet tallies of
their states and it adds up to them winning. In fact, Mendoza has more
votes in his tally than the CNE. Only in the mind of Jesse James is
that irreversible.

November 1, 2004

Quite a bit of confusion on the Carabobo, Miranda, Yaracuy and even
the Zulia elections. In the first three opposition candiadte claim
they can prove they won. In Carabobo even the CNE appears to eb unsure
of what happened. Meanwhile in Zulia Rosales’ contender says there is
a technical tie, while Rosales claims he won. CNE Directors ahve gone
to Valencia and San Felipe to oversee the final counting.

Meanhwile the CNE has claimed that it would post results on the
wbepage at 3 PM, but it is past 8 PM and there is nothing. Trying to
make the numbers fit the results?

In Caracas, theer is also a question of whether Ocariz beat Rangel’s
son in the Sucre municipality. If Ocariz beats Rangel, then Primero
Justicia would have won in Sucre, Chacao, Baruta and El Hatillo, with
the Chavistas winning in Libertador District. This makes you wonder
how Juan Barreto managed to win as Metropolitan Mayor. Libertador may
be bigger, but not that much bigger. Wished I had the CNE number to
compare.

Just to prove that we live in a country without law or legal recourse,
the Misniter of Inetrior and Justice Jesse “James” Chacon, said as he
left the Cabinet meeting that the results were “irreversible”, despite
the fact that the candiadates are not claiming they were cheated, or
they had exit polls, they are saying tehy ahve compelet tallies of
their states and it adds up to them winning. In fact, Mendoza has more
votes in his tally than the CNE. Only in the mind of Jesse James is
that irreversible.

November 1, 2004

Quite a bit of confusion on the Carabobo, Miranda, Yaracuy and even
the Zulia elections. In the first three opposition candiadte claim
they can prove they won. In Carabobo even the CNE appears to eb unsure
of what happened. Meanwhile in Zulia Rosales’ contender says there is
a technical tie, while Rosales claims he won. CNE Directors ahve gone
to Valencia and San Felipe to oversee the final counting.

Meanhwile the CNE has claimed that it would post results on the
wbepage at 3 PM, but it is past 8 PM and there is nothing. Trying to
make the numbers fit the results?

In Caracas, theer is also a question of whether Ocariz beat Rangel’s
son in the Sucre municipality. If Ocariz beats Rangel, then Primero
Justicia would have won in Sucre, Chacao, Baruta and El Hatillo, with
the Chavistas winning in Libertador District. This makes you wonder
how Juan Barreto managed to win as Metropolitan Mayor. Libertador may
be bigger, but not that much bigger. Wished I had the CNE number to
compare.

Just to prove that we live in a country without law or legal recourse,
the Misniter of Inetrior and Justice Jesse “James” Chacon, said as he
left the Cabinet meeting that the results were “irreversible”, despite
the fact that the candiadates are not claiming they were cheated, or
they had exit polls, they are saying tehy ahve compelet tallies of
their states and it adds up to them winning. In fact, Mendoza has more
votes in his tally than the CNE. Only in the mind of Jesse James is
that irreversible.

November 1, 2004

Enrique Mendoza claims he has the tallies of each center which prove
he won. Salas Feo claims he won with 63%. Here we go again…

November 1, 2004

Enrique Mendoza claims he has the tallies of each center which prove
he won. Salas Feo claims he won with 63%. Here we go again…

November 1, 2004

Enrique Mendoza claims he has the tallies of each center which prove
he won. Salas Feo claims he won with 63%. Here we go again…

November 1, 2004

Enrique Mendoza claims he has the tallies of each center which prove
he won. Salas Feo claims he won with 63%. Here we go again…

November 1, 2004

This is really depressing and I dont think we will hear anything else
during the night tonight, so we should all go to bed. (Mendoza is
claiming victory in Miranda as I write this)

November 1, 2004

This is really depressing and I dont think we will hear anything else
during the night tonight, so we should all go to bed. (Mendoza is
claiming victory in Miranda as I write this)

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