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This is the latest cover of the Free Press, a small quarterly publication in Columbus, Ohio. I don't usually do illustration in my cartooning style, but the material called for it. Blackwell is behind in the polls in his bid for Governor and we are all keeping an eye out for a repeat of the blatant cheating he orchestrated during the 2004 election. He has been hard at work since then outfitting every county he can with Diebold voting machines, manufactured just a few miles from where I live.
Due to the fact that no mainstream network or journalist would look into the 2004 anomalies, it was actually Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman of the Free Press--a tiny little paper with no budget--that did much of the initial reporting used in Mark Crispin Millar's book and Robert F. Kennedy's Rolling Stone article.