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    December 13, 2004     
    Contact: Tricia Boreta, Project Censored, (707) 664-2500


Panel Discussion at SSU on Voting "Irregularities" in 2004 Election

Sonoma State University will be the site of a panel discussion about voting "irregularities" in the November 2004 election and implications for democracy at 7 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 17 in Ives Hall, Room 119.

Peter Phillips, Director of Project Censored, moderates the exchange between former North Coast Congressman Dan Hamburg, the Executive Director of Voice of the Environment which is currently working to expose the irregularities in the Ohio vote and promote a fully transparent recount; Judith Volkart, attorney and board member of the American Civil Liberties Union, a teacher of constitutional law at SSU, and a member of the Election Protection Coalition; and Gail Jones, supervising attorney on the non-partisan Election Protection Coalition national voter protection hotline.

The panel will open to audience questions and discussion.

A $5 donation will benefit Project Censored. Parking is free.

For further information, contact Tricia Boreta, Project Censored, (707) 664-2500.


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