Tuesday, January 19, 2010

What's Up With Absentee Ballots In MA?

Election Journal has video of a woman handing out what appears to be blank absentee ballots on election day in MA. Expect more to come on this item

Politico has a report from a Dem operative saying they are stunned by the frequency of efforts being waved off claiming they support Brown.

MSNBC had a report from Nora O'Donnell saying the turnout for Brown is very strong, Operatives for Democrats say while the GOTV machine is strong, they have doubts they will be able to compensate for a 10 point difference in the vote. O'Donnell then implied this is the deficit they feel they are facing. This is nice to hear but I say big pinch of salt rule applies when it comes to Dem operatives. Stay tuned

ADDED: Michelle Malkin has a full report on Isabel Melendez, the woman in the video. Here is a taste:
The deadline to apply for absentee ballots for the January 19, 2010 special election for US Senate was Friday, January 15.
More on Melendez: She’s a “community activist” in Lawrence who has run for public office before.

1 comment:

  1. FYI: Those aren't absentee ballots. They're sample ballots. GOTV efforts use them as a staple to help voters preview the ballot before they enter the booths.


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