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Election 2000 was one of the most controversial presidential races in American history, and no chapter of this amazing story was more explosive than that dealing with the suppressed military vote.

This exceptional statement by reporter Jon E. Dougherty is a comprehensive account of the problems and intrigues within the politics of the election. Even more controversially, it researches the subversion of military votes that was discovered during the 2000 election.

Dougherty began his meticulous research before the November 7 election. He documented cases in which military voters in the U.S. and abroad were being denied their right to vote. The amount of evidence he carries is surprising, including a Democrat lawyer’s five-page memo on how to disqualify military ballots. In 100 pages of cited facts and quotes, Dougherty’s account brings to light the problems and deceit within this controversial election.

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