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STUMP THE VOTE! (part 2)

Continuing from where I left off yesterday in part 1. The voting problems that occurred in Orange County did not go unreported. Early in the day as problems were discovered the Registrar seemed to respond positively to reports from the Democratic Party of Orange County. That was the morning; the afternoon and evening were a…

STUMP THE VOTE! (part 1)

Voter intimidation is nothing new.  It is a practice that dates back more than a century in the United States.  In the South, we had the KKK guarding the polls, poll taxes and tests, intimidation of volunteers trying to register blacks to vote and even numerous murders.  In Ohio in 2004 we had long lines…

Dem volunteers told: “don’t bother…”

Stick a fork in Daucher, she is d-o-n-e. I know that Dems are hesitant to start gloating and celebrating the win in the 34th State Senate District, but I just got word that Democratic volunteers that were assisting in absentee and provisional ballot verification were called today and told that there is no need to…

Daucher Concedes?

Just talked with a friend that has spent a lot of time at the Registrar the past week, and he told me that the Daucher team packed up at 5 p.m. today and said they probably wouldn’t be back. There is also a rumor floating around that Daucher (who is currently on “vacation”) called Correa…

SD 34: Quick Update

Just got this in my email. Down to a 147 vote difference, with 32,047 left to count county-wide (according to ocvote.com, anyway). No idea on how many of those are relevant to this race. According to Martin Wisckol, OC Registrar of Voters Neal Kelley says that there are a few hundred absentees & around 6,000…