#1 Posted on 2.11.04 0915.25 Reposted on: 2.11.11 0929.01
We'll see what happens with this story, but it is always amazing that this happens in swing states. Only so far on the front page.
Originally posted by DrudgeBefore voting even began in Philadelphia -- poll watchers found nearly 2000 votes already planted on machines scattered throughout the city... One incident occurred at the SALVATION ARMY, 2601 N. 11th St., Philadelphia, Pa: Ward 37, division 8... pollwatchers uncovered 4 machines with planted votes; one with over 200 and one with nearly 500... A second location, 1901 W. Girard Ave., Berean Institute, Philadelphia, Pa, had 300+ votes already on 2 machines at start of day... INCIDENT: 292 votes on machine at start of day; WARD/DIVISION: 7/7: ADDRESS: 122 W. Erie Ave., Roberto Clemente School, Philadelphia, Pa.; INCIDENT: 456 votes on machine at start of day; WARD/DIVISION: 12/3; ADDRESS: 5657 Chew Ave., storefront, Philadelphia, Pa... A gun was purposely made visible to scare poll watchers at Ward 30, division 11, at 905 S. 20th St., Grand Court. Police were called and surrounded the location... Developing
We'll have to see if any other news sources have this...
#4 Posted on 2.11.04 1145.55 Reposted on: 2.11.11 1155.52
I thought we were all up in arms about Poll Watchers and Election Monitoring groups?
There were two poll watchers here in Chapel Hill when I went...
Oh and I have now gotten three more automated "Vote Team Republican!" phone calls. The NC GOP is really blowing it this year. No live calls. No door to door. The DNC actually had people drive out here to personally give me a voter guide and to remind me that I could still vote early this past weekend.
Added: I don't know what it's like in other states, but here in NC you just walk up, give your name and confirm your address and then you get to vote. I could go back in a few hours and cast a vote for my dad as he's apparently still on the rolls (yet living in Arizona currently). Hell, armed with a phone book, I could go cast as many votes as a I wanted...
Please for the love of god, can we get some election reform?
#7 Posted on 2.11.04 1306.22 Reposted on: 2.11.11 1309.49
Your support of yes on 72 made me wonder what it was...
Originally posted by the Secretary of State's OfficeHealth Care Coverage Requirements. Referendum. A Yes vote approves, and a No vote rejects legislation that: Provides for individual and dependent health care coverage for employees, as specified, working for large and medium employers; Requires that employers pay at least 80% of coverage cost; maximum 20% employee contribution; Requires employers to pay for health coverage or pay fee to medical insurance board that purchases primarily private health coverage; Applies to employers with 200 or more employees beginning 1/1/06; Applies to employers with 50 to 199 employees beginning 1/1/07. Applies to employers with 20 to 49 employees if tax credit enacted.