Presidential Recount Efforts Gaining Steam

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Website forums and chatrooms around the world have been buzzing since Bush defeated Kerry in the presidential election. The buzz is based on various reports of voting irregularities and has sparked several efforts for a recount.

Retail shopping is not the only thing heating up this holiday season. Efforts to have a presidential recount have been gaining steam around the country since Bush defeated Kerry by a narrow margin in the most hotly contested election in this countries history. And on Monday, Jesse Jackson called for investigation of the Ohio Election.

Since the election, several websites like Votersunite.com have been sponsoring presidential recounts most of which were sparked by disturbing reports and emails from voters throughout the U.S. Votersunite.com editor, Edward Leon said "we were ready to put the election behind us, but since the election ended we have been overloaded with emails from concerned voters who won't let us, and keep reminding us of 2000, and now that Jesse is involved who knows how this thing could end up."

Votersunite.com officially launched their presidential recount effort on Monday, November 22, and since then they have experienced a boost in traffic. Since promoting the recount their traffic has tripled and they have received countless emails of praise and thanks. "More than anyone we want to put this election to rest, and hope that this recount will help several of our readers to have some closure. Our goal is to have 100,000,000 votes by January 1, 2005."

The most conspicuous result of this election is the fact that this country is split right down the middle, and we want to make sure that it is not forgotten over the next four years. To vote, sign the pettition, or support the recount effort, please go to http://www.votersunite.com.

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