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Saturday, November 27, 2004

Protesting in Westport

Westport’s Ruth Steinkraus Cohen Memorial Bridge across the Saugatuck River was the scene today of a political protest. Residents from Westport, Fairfield, and Monroe waved placards reading “Recount in the Ukraine,” “And Ohio” “And Florida” and “The Votes Dont Add Up.” The protesters urged those interested to find more information to visit www.usvip.org, home page of the Voting Integrity Project. (CLICK TO ENLARGE) WestportNow.com photo


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Finally got here.MAGNIFICENT!Love to write for you

Posted by Harriet Hiller on November 28, 2004 at 01:35 AM | #

Well, at least someone’s alive and thinking rationally! Thank you, protesters!

Posted by N. McFarland on November 28, 2004 at 03:37 AM | #

The left have always been sore losers…. but this time they have turned to conspiracy theories to justify their lose, when really they lost because Kerry ran a bad campagin. Lets not act like the residents of this town wont enjoy Bushs tax cuts…

Posted by Jim on November 28, 2004 at 08:22 AM | #

the election is over
show the same class that your candidate did in his concession speech.

Posted by Will on November 28, 2004 at 02:29 PM | #

I agree that Kerry did the right thing by conceeding quickly. They say that he had a lot of people that were pushing him to fight on legally. But, he knew that the votes just were not there. He chose not to drag the country into another state of election limbo. For me, that moment was Kerry’s finest political moment.

Posted by Joe P. on November 28, 2004 at 02:52 PM | #