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In Shawnee county over 500 voters who were not registered voted via provisional ballot. Trying to vote when you're not registered is fraud. Yay for voter ID
So they were allowed to cast provisional ballots? Despite not being registered? Explain to me, then, how the Voter ID law helped in this situation. If you're not registered, your vote won't count regardless of whether or not there is a Voter ID law where you live.
fred: like McCain and Graham should, hold your biasd slants until the results are finalized. Like my mother used to say to my sister about coloring her hair, don't let your roots show.
Blindrabbit huh? The 500 votes to which I referred already were disqualified because the voters weren't registered so I don't know what your point is unless your remark was based in ignorance of the facts.
Here you. About half way down. http://cjonline.com/news/2012-11-15/shawnee-co-election-canvass-still-ongoing
"The board voted not to count 707 votes, according to Capital-Journal tallies. A majority of those votes — 514 — weren’t counted because the voters weren’t registered."
That will save people the trip.
Sweet cage fight: Ann v crazy Topekans. Thanks for the link.
Is Mah ever not complaining?
Ann Mah sends amazingly concise informational emails to her constituents, including a "Let's Get To Work" section listing places nearby that are hiring. If Mr. Corbet prevails, he might consider including that info in his constituent emails.
Regardless of the reason casting or trying to cast a vote when you're not registered is not allowed and fraudulent.
Any proof they were illegally purged?
Of course I don't support illegally purging voters but I'd like to see the proof otherwise I will believe it is a red herring.
:: “It’s interesting that after all these years of releasing those names, they come up with a statute that says they can’t,” Mah said. “It’s been a common practice for years, and it’s never been a problem.”
Mah has criticized a state law championed by the conservative Republican secretary of state that requires voters to show photo identification at the polls. Campaign finance records show that Prairie Fire, a political action committee set up by Kobach, spent $3,123 on a mailing supporting Corbet only four days before Tuesday’s election. ::
you can administer elections.
or you can influence elections.
but, you don't get to do both.
and certainly not on the taxpayers dime/quarter/mustbeadollarormore.
Update: Ann Mah lost the election. Thanks largely to Jamie Shew's immediate and complete response to the first request for the names of provisional voters.
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