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Old 11-06-2006, 03:43 PM   #1
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Arrow Official 2006 election voter information and results thread

Please post all election results, last minute predictions, how you voted, election information, etc. here.

For all those voting at the polls tomorrow, below are links to several different sources of information. Feel free to post additional ones (including for specific candidates and ballot measures – just please be sure to include the state, county, and/or city) and I will add them to this list.

Most information about who and what is on the ballot, where you vote, etc. is available from your state’s Secretary of State (or equivalent) website and/or your county’s Registrar of Voters website. All the Secretary of State (or equivalent) websites are below. To find your county Registrar of Voters, simply type “_______ (your county) Registrar of Voters” into www.google.com and it should come up.

If you encounter any issues with voting, you want to contact your county Registrar of Voters and also possibly the Secretary of State (if you feel that the problem was not addressed adequately by the Registrar of Voters). See below for more info about if you have problems with voting.

Most county Registrar of Voters mail out a voter guide, if you do not receive one, your polling location should have some available.

In states where the voter id laws were struck down, poll workers are still being instructed to ask for id, so be on the safe side and bring a picture id and/or voter registration card and/or electric, water, or similar bill with your address.

Note: Most of these links only include statewide candidates and ballot measures. In several counties and cities, there are also local candidates and ballot measures.

General (all nonpartisan):
www.voterstory.org
(If you experience a problem or issue with voting – this is a tool designed to document individual instances or stories where a voter is having trouble voting or has been denied the right to vote, once a “story” is submitted, it will automatically be referred to nonprofit, nonpartisan voter protection organizations that will be standing by to intervene or lend support, if they can.)

League of Women Voters - www.vote411.org (Info for ALL states on where to vote, voter id requirements, candidates, etc., the most comprehensive website out there this year. The League of Women Voters and all its state groups are nonpartisan.)

People for the American Way - www.mypollingplace.com (To locate your polling place.)

MSNBC - http://firstread.msnbc.msn.com/archi.../07/11338.aspx (Chart with each state, the times the polls close, the type of voting equipment, and key races.)

League of Women Voters (LWV) - www.smartvoter.org

Voter Information Services - www.vis.org

Project Vote Smart- www.vote-smart.org

Ballot Initiative Strategy Center - http://ballot.org/index.asp?Type=B_B...-C0FA16963784}

State specific:
Alabama
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.al.us

Alabama LWV Supreme Court voter guide - www.lwval.org/election2006/voterguide

Alaska
Division of Elections - http://ltgov.state.ak.us/elections/offices.php

Arizona
Secretary of State - www.azsos.gov/election
LWV Arizona ballot measure voter guide - http://www.lwv.org/AM/Template.cfm?T...e-6603cbcc422b

Arkansas
Secretary of State - www.sosweb.state.ar.us/index.html

California
Secretary of State - www.ss.ca.gov
Secretary of State voter guide - www.voterguide.ss.ca.gov
Easy Voter - www.easyvoter.org/site/evguide
California Nurses Association voter guide - http://www.calnurses.org/assets/pdf/...ement_2006.pdf

Colorado
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.co.us
LWV Colorado ballot measure voter guide - www.lwvcolorado.org/ballotissues2006.html
LWV Colorado candidate voter guide - www.lwvcolorado.org/candidateinformation.html
Amendment 40 - Proponents: www.limitthejudges.com, Opponents: www.protectcoloradocourts.org

Connecticut
Secretary of State - www.sots.ct.gov

Delaware
Secretary of State - www.state.de.us/election

DC
Board of Elections and Ethics - www.dcboee.org
LWV DC voter guide - www.lwvdc.org/GenElection.html

Florida
Secretary of State - http://election.dos.state.fl.us/index.html
LWV Florida voter guide - http://www.lwv.org/AM/Template.cfm?T...e-6603cbcc422b

Georgia
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.ga.us
LWV Georgia candidate voter guide - http://www.lwvga.org/resources/docum...ntFriendly.pdf
LWV Georgia ballot measure voter guide - http://lwvga.org/documents/LWVGAGuid...Ballot_000.pdf

Hawaii
Hawaii Votes - www.hawaii.gov/elections

Idaho
Secretary of State - www.idsos.state.id.us

Illinois
State Board of Elections - www.elections.state.il.us
Illinois Campaign for Political Reform voter guide - www.illinoisvotersguide.org/2006/candidates.php
Chicago Appleseed Fund for Justice Cook County judicial voter guide - www.voteforjudges.org

Indiana
Secretary of State - www.in.gov/sos

Iowa
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.ia.us
Iowa Judicial Branch judicial voter guide - http://www.judicial.state.ia.us/Publ...n/About_Judges

Kansas
Secretary of State - www.kssos.org
League of Women Voters of Kansas voter guide - http://lwvk.org/elections.html

Kentucky
Secretary of State - http://sos.ky.gov/elections
Justice at Stake and Common Cause Kentucky judicial voter guide - www.kyjudges.com/
(There are over 200 judges on the ballot in KY this year.)
University of Kentucky judicial voter guide - http://kyjudges2006.wikispaces.com
LWV Kentucky judicial voter guide - www.lwvky.org/JCCC-Brochure-09-06.htm

Louisiana
Secretary of State - www.sec.state.la.us

Maine
Secretary of State - www.state.me.us/sos

Maryland
Secretary of State - www.elections.state.md.us
LWV Maryland voter guide - www.lwvmd.org/vg

Massachusetts
Secretary of State - www.sec.state.ma.us/index.htm
LWV Massachusetts ballot measure voter guide - http://www.votinginfo.info/ballotque...stionsmass.htm

Michigan
Secretary of State - www.michigan.gov/sos
LWV Michigan voter guide - www.lwvmi.org/2006voterguide.htm
Gannett Michigan Group voter guide - http://www7.vgt2004.org/a-mi-gannett....go?id=3952041

Minnesota
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.mn.us/home/index.asp
LWV Minneapolis Education Fund voter guide - www.lwvmpls.org/pdf/VG_06_FINAL.pdf

Mississippi
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.ms.us/elections/elections.asp

Missouri
Secretary of State - www.sos.mo.gov
LWV of Missouri voter guide - http://www.lwv.org/AM/Template.cfm?T...e-6603cbcc422b

Montana
Secretary of State - http://sos.state.mt.us

Nebraska
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.ne.us/elec

Nevada
Secretary of State - http://secretaryofstate.biz/nvelection
Reno Gazette-Journal voter guide - http://www5.vgt2004.org/a-rgj2006/ra...28AAD4B2105C00

New Hampshire
Secretary of State - www.sos.nh.gov/electionsnew.htm
LWV New Hampshire voter guide - http://www.lwv.org/AM/Template.cfm?T...e-6603cbcc422b

New Jersey
Secretary of State - www.state.nj.us/lps/elections
LWV New Jersey ballot measure voter guide - http://www.lwv.org/AM/Template.cfm?T...e-6603cbcc422b
LWV New Jersey candidate voter guide - http://www.lwv.org/AM/Template.cfm?T...e-6603cbcc422b

New Mexico
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.nm.us
LWV New Mexico voter guide - www.lwvnm.org/VGuide2006/index.html

New York
Secretary of State - www.elections.state.ny.us

North Carolina
State Board of Elections - www.sboe.state.nc.us
North Carolina Center for Voter Education voter guide - www.ncvoterguide.com

North Dakota
Secretary of State - www.nd.gov/sos

Ohio
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.oh.us
LWV Ohio Education Fund voter guide - http://www.lwvohio.org/pdf/fall%2020...er%20GUide.pdf

Oklahoma
State Election Board - www.state.ok.us/~elections/index.html
LWV Oklahoma ballot measure voter guide - http://www.lwvok.org/VoterService/20...eQuestions.htm
LWV Oklahoma candidate voter guide - www.lwvok.org/VoterService/2006VoterGuide.htm

Oregon
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.or.us/elections
LWV Oregon candidate voter guide - www.lwvor.org/votersguide.htm
Oregon State Bar judicial voter guide - http://www.osbar.org/judicial/judici...ionaire06.html

Pennsylvania
Department of State - www.dos.state.pa.us
LWV Pennsylvania voter guide - http://www.lwv.org/AM/Template.cfm?T...e-6603cbcc422b

Rhode Island
Secretary of State - www.sec.state.ri.us/elections

South Carolina
Secretary of State - www.state.sc.us/scsec/us.html
LWV South Carolina ballot measure voter guide - http://www.lwv.org/AM/Template.cfm?T...e-6603cbcc422b

South Dakota
Secretary of State - www.sdsos.gov/index.shtm
Amendment E - Proponents: www.amendmente.com and www.southdakotajudicialaccountability.com, Opponents: www.no-on-e.com

Tennessee
Secretary of State - http://state.tn.us/sos

Texas
Secretary of State - www.sos.state.tx.us/index.html
LWV of Texas voter guide - www.lwvtexas.org/VG%20General%202006-9-25-06.pdf

Utah
Secretary of State - http://elections.utah.gov/
LWV Utah candidate voter guide - www.lwvutah.org/votersguide.html

Vermont
Secretary of State - www.sec.state.vt.us/

Virginia
State Board of Elections - www.sbe.virginia.gov/cms/

Washington
Secretary of State - www.secstate.wa.gov/
Washington State Coalition of Bar Associations and others voter guide - www.votingforjudges.org/
LWV Washington voter guide - www.washingtonvoter.org/default.asp?id=180

West Virginia
Secretary of State - www.wvsos.com

Wisconsin
State Elections Board - http://elections.state.wi.us
LWV Wisconsin candidate voter guide - http://www.lwvwi.org/cms/index.php?o...ask=view&id=71

Wyoming
Secretary of State - http://soswy.state.wy.us
LWV Wyoming voter guide - www.lariat.org/LWV

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Old 11-06-2006, 04:21 PM   #2
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For Pennsylvania, the best online site to follow results live is probably the Patriot-News' Election 2006 blog.

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 04:28 PM   #3
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Santorum's campaign put out a news release Sunday titled, "Newspapers Agree Rick Santorum is Right for Pennsylvania." This would be the liberal media that Santorum's also been telling voters to ignore.

It's true that some newspapers did say that, but Santorum's campaign used a bit of creative license to make its claim. The truth is quite the opposite.

The score is actually 18-5.

Santorum's been endorsed by five newspapers -- The Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, The Johnstown Tribune-Democrat, The Erie Times and the Williamsport Sun-Gazette.

Meanwhile, 18 newspapers, including some that have previously endorsed Santorum, backed Democrat Bob Casey Jr. Casey's endorsements ******* The Patriot-News, Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Allentown Morning-Call, Scranton Times-Tribune, Wilkes Barre Citizen's Voice, York Daily Record, Lancaster Intelligencer Journal, New Castle News, Herald Standard, Delaware County Daily Times, Observer-Reporter, The Daily and Sunday Review,

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 05:22 PM   #4
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For the election pool at work, I'm saying...

House: Dem 219, Repub 216, Ind 0
Senate: Dem 47, Repub 51, Ind 2
JAIL for Judges (South Dakota Amendment E): 23% yes

I'm the least optimistic of my co-workers. But, honestly, at this point little would surprise me.

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 06:01 PM   #5
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Senate: Dem 49 Repub 49 Ind 2, but maybe 48/50/2
House: Dem 233 Repub 202 Ind 0

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 06:29 PM   #6
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Can somebody stop the Joementum?

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 06:57 PM   #7
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Dems will gain at the most around 35 seats in the House.

As for the Senate, I have no idea what to predict for numbers. Electoral-vote.com has it at 50 Dem/49 Rep/1 tie. But I do think Republicans will hold it, however not by a large margin. The only other possibility is a tie. Everyone says that's a bad thing, but all the Democrats need to do in that situation is twist one person's arm...

Anyway, should Democrats make at least 3 or 4 gains in the Senate (which they should be able to get with no problem), it will suggest a trend that would hopefully carry on into 2008, therefore eventually leading to a majority. The trend has to stay, obviously.

Oh, for shits and giggles:

http://www.mediabistro.com/tvnewser/...al/fncnov6.jpg

I guess Fox doesn't want to offend their viewers by letting them know the cold hard truth: Democrats are the ones who consistently lead in polls.

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Old 11-06-2006, 09:08 PM   #8
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I think if the dem's want the White House, having Pelosi, Schumer, the Clintons and Dean parading around the next 2 years with their S.F. Democrat leanings might keep the White House to the Rep's.

what's lost in all this is how these parties consider themselves and their ideology above the good for the nation itself. The entire conversation has shifted this way.

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Meanwhile, 18 newspapers, including some that have previously endorsed Santorum, backed Democrat Bob Casey Jr. Casey's endorsements ******* The Patriot-News, Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Daily News, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Allentown Morning-Call, Scranton Times-Tribune, Wilkes Barre Citizen's Voice, York Daily Record, Lancaster Intelligencer Journal, New Castle News, Herald Standard, Delaware County Daily Times, Observer-Reporter, The Daily and Sunday Review,
nobody gives a shit except for bird owners who need something for the bottom of their bird cages.

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 09:12 PM   #9
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i wasn't implying anyone gave a shit, but it's funny that he says newspapers across the state support him when they decidedly don't.

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 09:13 PM   #10
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I think if the dem's want the White House, having Pelosi, Schumer, the Clintons and Dean parading around the next 2 years with their S.F. Democrat leanings might keep the White House to the Rep's.
Eh I'm not so sure about that. Attitudes change. Anything could happen. Pat Buchanan said on MSNBC last night that he's never seen the potential GOP nominees for President be so low. Basically it's Romney and McCain.

Dems holding the House AND Senate I think would actually hurt them in 2008, because people would fear that the country would become entirely way too liberal. The House being controlled by Democrats and the Senate being controlled by Republicans makes it 50/50 and both parties have a pretty good chance in '08.

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 09:26 PM   #11
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NIGHTMARE SCENARIO: 2008.

Dem's own the House, Senate, the White House with Hillary while Bill becomes chief at the U.N.

free speech as we know it will be dead. fairness doctrine will be introduced which will muzzle talk radio shows. Universal Health Care will be introduced and the Nanny-state will begin. Cradle to grave sustinance will be expected by an increasingly dependant populace that will be brainwashed into further desensitizing their spirit to fight the Big Brother that cometh.

AIDS vaccine ordered on all people...implants under your skin...as well as a faster pace to the N.W.O.'s wishes of a no currency society. by 2012, we'll be well on our way to not being able to use cash as currency as businesses will be forced by governments to partake in the total control of humanities thoughts, actions and ambitions.

at least, that's what on the docket and on the record as we speak. Liberal Dem's with their Marxist leanings have a way of speeding up these processes. Conservative philo wishes the state to be minimized...ergo, not many true Conservatives left in the party anymore...hence, the big reason they're in trouble right now.

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 09:29 PM   #12
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Take the overly premature '08 talk to the president thread: http://forums.netphoria.org/showthread.php?t=125791

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 10:00 PM   #13
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Senate: Dem 49 Repub 49 Ind 2
that would be awesome, because the most powerful party is always the minority in a 3 party house. GO LIEBERMAN!

I do find it incredibly odd that the democrats are essentially putting into power their most extreme liberal members (Dean, Pelosi, Schumer, Murtha). I think that's a philosophy that backfired against the Rebuplicans and is sure to do the same against the Democrats

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 10:05 PM   #14
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NIGHTMARE SCENARIO: 2008.

Dem's own the House, Senate, the White House with Hillary while Bill becomes chief at the U.N.

free speech as we know it will be dead. fairness doctrine will be introduced which will muzzle talk radio shows. Universal Health Care will be introduced and the Nanny-state will begin. Cradle to grave sustinance will be expected by an increasingly dependant populace that will be brainwashed into further desensitizing their spirit to fight the Big Brother that cometh.

AIDS vaccine ordered on all people...implants under your skin...as well as a faster pace to the N.W.O.'s wishes of a no currency society. by 2012, we'll be well on our way to not being able to use cash as currency as businesses will be forced by governments to partake in the total control of humanities thoughts, actions and ambitions.

at least, that's what on the docket and on the record as we speak. Liberal Dem's with their Marxist leanings have a way of speeding up these processes. Conservative philo wishes the state to be minimized...ergo, not many true Conservatives left in the party anymore...hence, the big reason they're in trouble right now.
I like your sense of humor.

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 10:18 PM   #15
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I like your sense of humor.
His last paragraph is correct.

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 10:24 PM   #16
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Senate: Dem 49 Repub 49 Ind 2 would be amazing.

That said, I say GOP 51, Democrat 48, Independent 1

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 10:31 PM   #17
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Quote:
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His last paragraph is correct.
Is that so...

 
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Old 11-06-2006, 10:38 PM   #18
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They have no marxist leanings. What a laugher.

 
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Old 11-07-2006, 12:10 AM   #19
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Latest projections from electionprojection.com...

Senate
http://www.electionprojection.com/im...enateMap06.gif
Current: 55 GOP, 44 DEM, 1 IND
Projected: 49 GOP, 49 DEM, 2 IND

House
http://www.electionprojection.com/images/HouseMap06.gif
Current: 232 GOP, 202 DEM, 1 IND
Projected: 216 GOP, 219 DEM, 0 IND

Governor
http://www.electionprojection.com/im...ernorMap06.gif
Current: 28 GOP, 22 DEM
Projected: 21 GOP, 29 DEM

 
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GOD CAN'T YOU WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW? JESUS.

 
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Old 11-07-2006, 01:32 AM   #21
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GOD CAN'T YOU WAIT UNTIL TOMORROW? JESUS.
hey those polls are great

same polls said kerry and gore would be president

 
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Old 11-07-2006, 02:31 AM   #22
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it's been proven that swing voters will often go with who they think is going to win. its not about making an accurate prediction, its about getting more votes. everything is based on how idiotic the average person is

 
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it's been proven that swing voters will often go with who they think is going to win. its not about making an accurate prediction, its about getting more votes. everything is based on how idiotic the average person is
there is no end to the idiocy of the average person

 
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hey those polls are great

same polls said kerry and gore would be president
Those predictions, though, take all the assorted polls into consideration. Not enough pre-election polls showed Kerry winning for there to be a trend by which one would really expect him to win. And, hey, Gore did win the presidency. But, of course, they are nothing but polls and predictions. It all comes down to turnout. The higher the turnout, the better it is for the Dems.

 
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Old 11-07-2006, 08:03 AM   #25
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And, hey, Gore did win the presidency.
ALL HAIL PRESIDENT GORE

 
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Old 11-07-2006, 08:09 AM   #26
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I voted.

All Democrat and then for the Senate I voted Green Party, with Leiberman having a strong lead. I guess I'll be kicking myself if it's actually close for Lamont but I don't see it happening.

 
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Old 11-07-2006, 09:56 AM   #27
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Just voted... Straight Party Vote, and I chose yes on the Gulf Conflict Veterans' Compensation Fund Referendum.

I sure do hope the GOP gets owned today.

 
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Old 11-07-2006, 10:13 AM   #28
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I voted all Dem except for Mayor and At-Large Council Member where I voted for the Statehood Green candidates. DC has a very boring ballot, nothing exciting.

 
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Old 11-07-2006, 10:24 AM   #29
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VA voters intimidated?
From MSNBC's David Shuster

Richmond, VA -- Jean Jensen, Secretary of the Virginia State Board of Elections, confirms that the FBI is now looking into possible voter intimidation in the US Senate race between Republican incumbent George Allen and Democrat Jim Webb. Jensen says state officials alerted the Justice Department yesterday to several complaints of suspicious phone calls to voters that attempted to misdirect or confuse them about election day. She adds she has now been contacted by FBI agents. The FBI in Richmond refuses to comment.

In a written statement issued by the Webb campaign, state Democratic party counsel Jay Myerson says he believes that Republicans are behind an orchestrated effort to suppress votes for Webb. Republican officials, including the executive director of the Virginia Republican party, say the GOP and the Allen campaign are focused on mobilizing voters and have not discouraged anyone from voting.

 
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Haha. Well, it doesn't need to be exciting, it's DC, Dems will always win it.

WTF is up with all of this rain today, especially in competetive states?! Of all the days.

 
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