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PostSubject: More Fun and Games   Tue Oct 28, 2008 11:51 am

Official looking Virginia Flyer tells of an emergency session and worry about huge voting turnout instructs Republican voters to vote on Nov. 4 and Democratic voters to vote on Nov. 5. Balderdash!

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Phony flier says Virginians vote on different days

A phony State Board of Elections flier advising Republicans to vote on Nov. 4 and Democrats on Nov. 5 is being circulated in several Hampton Roads localities, according to state elections officials.

In fact, Election Day, for voters of all political stripes, remains Nov. 4.

The somewhat official-looking flier - it features the state board logo and the state seal - is dated Oct. 24 and indicates that "an emergency session of the General Assembly has adopted the follwing (sic) emergency regulations to ease the load on local electorial (sic) precincts and ensure a fair electorial process."

The four-paragraph flier concludes with: "We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but felt this was the only way to ensure fairness to the complete electorial process."

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PostSubject: Re: More Fun and Games   Tue Oct 28, 2008 12:13 pm

That's horrible... mad
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PostSubject: Re: More Fun and Games   Tue Oct 28, 2008 1:24 pm

Ballots picked up, then disappear

The disappearance of some absentee ballots, picked up under unusual circumstances, has raised some serious questions.
BY LAURA FIGUEROA AND SCOTT HIAASEN

shiaasen@MiamiHerald.com

Three Hialeah voters say they had an unusual visitor at their homes last week: a man who called himself Juan, offering to help them fill out their absentee ballots and deliver them to the elections office.

The voters, all supporters of Democratic congressional candidate Raul Martinez, said they gave their ballots to the man after he told them he worked for Martinez. But the Martinez campaign said he doesn't work for them.

Juan ''told me not to worry, that they normally collected all the ballots and waited until they had a stack big enough to hand-deliver to the elections department,'' said voter Jesus Hernandez, 73. 'He said, `Don't worry. This is not going to pass through the mail to get lost.' ''

Hernandez said he worries his ballot was stolen or destroyed. He and two other voters told The Miami Herald that the man was dispatched by a woman caller who also said she worked for Martinez. But the phone number cited by the voters traces back to a consultant working for Martinez's rival, Republican congressman Lincoln Diaz-Balart.
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PostSubject: Re: More Fun and Games   Tue Oct 28, 2008 8:40 pm

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Ballots picked up, then disappear

The disappearance of some absentee ballots, picked up under unusual circumstances, has raised some serious questions.
BY LAURA FIGUEROA AND SCOTT HIAASEN

shiaasen@MiamiHerald.com

Three Hialeah voters say they had an unusual visitor at their homes last week: a man who called himself Juan, offering to help them fill out their absentee ballots and deliver them to the elections office.

The voters, all supporters of Democratic congressional candidate Raul Martinez, said they gave their ballots to the man after he told them he worked for Martinez. But the Martinez campaign said he doesn't work for them.

Juan ''told me not to worry, that they normally collected all the ballots and waited until they had a stack big enough to hand-deliver to the elections department,'' said voter Jesus Hernandez, 73. 'He said, `Don't worry. This is not going to pass through the mail to get lost.' ''

Hernandez said he worries his ballot was stolen or destroyed. He and two other voters told The Miami Herald that the man was dispatched by a woman caller who also said she worked for Martinez. But the phone number cited by the voters traces back to a consultant working for Martinez's rival, Republican congressman Lincoln Diaz-Balart.


I have no idea if this is true and if its true its a shame but with the ACORN fiasco it doesn't surprise me. I guess they feel since ACORN is allowed to basically run free with illegal voters they have no choice. Its a shame its all come to this. This is gonna be the worst election ever with all the illegal voting
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