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December 26, 2004

Ukraine Election: Take 3

Today is the election day in Ukraine--the third election in less than two months. And this time, with over 12000 international observers, we all hope that this vote will be held and counted as fairly and accurately as possible.

To keep updated, check out these blogs and news sources:

UkrBlogs, in and out of Kyiv:
Hubby, at Le Sabot
Neeka's Backlog
Orange Ukraine
Foreign Notes
obdymok
Ukraine, Oh My!
LoboWalk
The Argus
Fistful of Euros
Daniel Drezner
The Periscope
SCSU Scholars
A Step at a Time
EuroPhobia


UkrNews in English:
Kyiv Post high integrity
PORA News
Maidan News
Ukraine Now
Ukraine Observer
ObozRevaTel
Mirror Weekly
Google News - Ukraine
EinNews - Ukraine
Hotline News

And, a big thanks to Instapundit, for keeping the Orange Revolution on the minds of his readers. *grin*

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For all your Ukraine election news, check out Le Sabot Post-Moderne. Discoshaman's wonderful wife TulipGirl has a list of other sites to follow as well. [Read More]

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I'm keeping the people of Ukraine in my prayers, asking God to keep them safe and to make certain that the elections are free and fair. Finally, I'm praying that God will cause all Ukrainians to accept the outcome of truly fair and free elections.

Thanks for your site!

Posted by: Mark at December 26, 2004 06:47 PM

Thanks, Mark, for your prayers.

As Hubby mentioned, today at church the pastor prayed that this would be the "last" election. I was a bit startled by that and Hubby added under his breath "For this year. . ."

Posted by: TulipGirl at December 26, 2004 07:38 PM

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