I'm in the process of figuring out what actually got accomplished yesterday. I'll let you know whatever I can figure out as soon as I've done enough homework to be sure I'm correct. But here's a couple of things that happened, for starters:
1. History was made in that a challenge hasn't happened since 1877. So that's something.
2. Looks like the house and senate each spent two hours debating the issues surrounding the Ohio election and recount, and that there is supposed to be some kind of congressional investigation. So that's something.
3. The House Judiciary Democratic Staff has published a report saying some pretty strong things about Blackwell's involvement, including, but not limited to:
With regards to our factual finding, in brief, we find that there were massive and unprecedented voter irregularities and anomalies in Ohio. In many cases these irregularities were caused by intentional misconduct and illegal behavior, much of it involving Secretary of State J. Kenneth Blackwell, the co-chair of the Bush-Cheney campaign in Ohio.
I think this is the lead that needs following up on. (Via the congressional investigation and the other pending lawsuits.)
Like I said earlier -- I will publish my results in a similiar fashion to the last report for easy reference, once the facts manifest themselves.
Just wanted to touch base. That and many Daily Show clips on the way.