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PostPosted: Sat Nov 10, 2018 1:59 pm 
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Sorry to touch your nerve Congressman Grothman Not. :problem:

A Wisconsin Republican congressman is angry that young people are voting for Democrats, arguing that they are merely doing so to be fashionable.

According to Madison.com, Rep. Glenn Grothman (R-WI) reacted to his party losing the majority in the House of Representatives by chiding young voters.

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The only candidate in this race who's a disgrace is you Brian

Georgia’s Kemp calls Stacey Abrams a ‘disgrace to democracy’ for refusal to concede while votes are still being counted

Republican Brian Kemp has accused his opponent in the Georgia gubernatorial race, Democrat Stacey Abrams, of being a “disgrace to democracy” because she has refused to concede to him despite the fact that votes are still being counted that could force a recount.

According to Fox 5, Kemp’s campaign issued a statement late Saturday claiming it is “mathematically impossible” for Abrams to force the runoff.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2018 11:47 am 
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Voter fraud!!!!

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Bay County allowed some hurricane victims to vote by fax or email. That’s not allowed. - Miami Herald

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As counties recount ballots in three statewide races and lawyers battle over the complex vote tallying in court, the top elections official in heavily Republican Bay County said he allowed some displaced voters to cast ballots by email or fax after Hurricane Michael hit the Panhandle, even though there is no provision for it in state law.

Bay County Supervisor of Elections Mark Andersen said Monday that 11 ballots were accepted by email and 147 ballots were domestically faxed in, though state statute does not allow emailed ballots and faxing in ballots is only permitted for military and voters overseas.

But Andersen defended his decision to accept those ballots by email and fax vigorously, noting the mass devastation that rocked the coastal county one month ago.

“You did not go through what we went through,” he said, describing areas that were shut off by law enforcement and people barred from returning to their homes. “If some are unhappy we did so well up here, I don’t know what to tell them. We sure had an opportunity to not do well, I can tell you that much.”

Andersen said that all of those ballots were verified by signature and that voters were required to sign an oath. “If I can validate it with a signature, the ballot is there, how is that different than a ballot that comes in through the post office?”

“When devastation happens, leaders rise to the top and make decisions,” he added. “I will not change my mind on this, not for these voters.”

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Scott won roughly 74 percent of the vote in Bay County. The Panhandle is a reliable source of Republican votes.


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As of the census[9] of 2000, there were 148,217 people, 59,597 households, and 40,466 families residing in the county. The population density was 194 people per square mile (75/km²). There were 78,435 housing units at an average density of 103 per square mile (40/km²). The racial makeup of the county was 84.17% White, 10.64% Black or African American, 0.78% Native American, 1.73% Asian, 0.08% Pacific Islander, 0.66% from other races, and 1.94% from two or more races. 2.42% of the population were Hispanic or Latino of any race.


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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2018 12:05 pm 
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Why is no one talking about the uncounted, suppressed votes in Florida? - Guardian, opinion

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But how does a democracy count the votes that were deliberately silenced in the face of widespread voter suppression?

This question has arisen repeatedly and the official answer, regardless of whether the disfranchisement was blatant or subtle, has been at best disappointing and, more often, debilitating.

In 1946, black veterans were returning from fighting Nazis and fascists and were determined to experience for themselves the democracy that they had waged war to secure for Europeans and Asians. Coming home to the United States, they wanted to vote. Mississippian and rabid white supremacist Theodore Bilbo, who was running for re-election to the US Senate, however, had other ideas. He urged “every red-blooded white man to … use the tar and feathers and don’t forget the matches” to ensure “that no nigger votes”.

Duly incited, the violence rained down on blacks as Bilbo won the all-important primary in a one-party state. A group of African Americans then petitioned the US Senate to unseat Bilbo because, during the election, armed white vigilantes had threatened to kill blacks trying to vote, officials had refused to register African Americans, and other forms of intimidation had clearly discouraged “enough blacks from voting to affect the outcome of the primary”, where only 200,000 votes were probably cast. This was particularly important because in a state with 350,000 voting age-eligible African Americans, only 5,000 were registered and barely half of them were able to vote.

Yet, even when directly confronted with virulent, obvious disfranchisement, the US Senate stalled its way into a stalemate. That august body could not come to a consensus that an election was illegitimate, stolen even, because a candidate and state laws had deliberately blocked American citizens from voting. Bilbo maintained his seat although he eventually ended up on paid medical leave until he died of mouth cancer.

And while 1946 might sound like ancient American history – at least pre-civil rights movement – there still is no real process to reckon with the electoral consequences and results of systematic efforts to keep black voters from the polls.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2018 1:13 pm 
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GOP Candidate Who Lost House Race Seeks To Impound Absentee Ballots

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico Republican who lost her bid for a U.S. House seat is seeking to impound absentee ballots in a key county that decided the race for the Democrat, according to court documents filed late Tuesday.

In court documents filed in the 3rd Judicial District Court in southern New Mexico, Yvette Herrell asked a Dona Ana County judge to impound the absentee ballots so her campaign could inspect them.

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Stephani Walsh is a former Republican judge of the Texas District Court 45 in Texas. Walsh was defeated in the general election on November 6, 2018.

SA judge denies Gina Ortiz Jones' request to extend deadline for provisional voters

Judge Stephani Walsh, with the 45th Civil District Court, has denied Democratic challenger Gina Ortiz Jones' request to extend Tuesday's 5 p.m. provisional ballots deadline by 48 hours.

The extension would have allowed voters additional time to cure their provisional ballots.

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Utah Republican behind in tight race sues to halt vote count - MSN

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SALT LAKE CITY — Republican U.S. Rep. Mia Love sued Wednesday to halt vote counting in the Utah race where she is trailing her Democratic challenger by a razor-thin margin, saying her campaign must be allowed to challenge mail-in ballot verification.

In a contest where "every single vote is crucial," the Love campaign claimed poll watchers have seen a few cases where ballots were approved even if voter signatures did not appear to match those on file in Democratic-leaning Salt Lake County.

Democratic challenger Ben McAdams shot back that the lawsuit "smacks of desperation," saying in a statement that elections officials, not candidates, decide what votes should count.

Love's campaign is "not accusing anyone of anything," but they believe a few instances deserve more scrutiny, campaign attorney Robert Harrington said in a statement. Voting is done primarily by mail in Utah.

County Clerk Sherrie Swenson, a Democrat, didn't return messages seeking comment. Results her office released Wednesday night sliced into McAdam's lead, putting Love less than half a percentage point, or 900 votes, behind him. Her campaign manager Dave Hansen cheered the news, saying she is on a "path to victory."

A judge is set to hear arguments on Thursday.

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President Donald Trump called out Love by name in a news conference last week where he bashed some fellow Republicans, saying she and others lost because they didn't fully embrace him. His comments came despite the outcome of the vote being in doubt.


Being one of the 7 Black Republicans anywhere, ever, I'm surprised Ms. Love hasn't played the race card. Give her time. She will.

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2018 12:41 pm 
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Abrams, Kemp both claim victory after federal judge's split decision in Georgia

Both Democrat Stacey Abrams and Republican Brian Kemp are celebrating victory in the Georgia governor's race after a split decision by a federal judge on Wednesday.

U.S. District Judge Steve Jones ordered that the secretary of state's office not certify results until absentee ballots on which the voter’s date of birth is missing or incorrect are counted, siding with Abrams's campaign.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2018 11:29 am 
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Brian Kemp oversees his own election.

1.5 million purged

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2018 11:53 am 
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The only Kemp could have won is Voter Suppression and he knows it.

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2018 12:47 pm 
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Great!

Democrats To Investigate Voter Suppression In Georgia Governor Race And Other 2018 Midterms

Stacey Abrams, who has refused to concede her gubernatorial race in Georgia against the state’s Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp, has had little recourse to address her concerns that Kemp used his role as Georgia’s chief election official to aid his campaign by making it harder for black people to vote. President Donald Trump’s Justice Department has demonstrated little to no interest in investigating or upholding voting and civil rights laws. Republicans in Congress have shown no interest in standing up for voting rights. And Trump and congressional Republicans spent the past two years attempting to justify laws that make it harder to vote by investigating baseless claims of widespread voter fraud.

But now that Democrats won control of the House of Representatives, that’s all about to change. Power will shift from a nearly all-white political party that refuses to support a reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act to a multiracial political party that announced its first act of 2019 will be to pass legislation greatly expanding voting rights. Key Democrats are giving signs that they will investigate voter suppression in the 2018 elections.

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Re-Authorization of the Voter Rights Act will of course be one first priorites of the Democratic Party in 2020. RePuBliKlans will vote to kill it.

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Utah Republican behind in tight race sues to halt vote count - MSN



Being one of the 7 Black Republicans anywhere, ever, I'm surprised Ms. Love hasn't played the race card. Give her time. She will.


Another good one for "bye"

Democrat edges out Republican Rep. Mia Love in Utah

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When it reaches the NC Supreme Court it'll be DOA (Dead On Arrival) Your loss NC GOP.

North Carolina GOP Takes Another Whack At Passing Voter ID Law

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Emboldened by a referendum voters approved this month, North Carolina’s soon-dwindling Republican majorities at the legislature will scramble to approve their preferred voter identification law before Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper can stop it.

The GOP-dominated General Assembly returns to work Tuesday to decide how a new amendment to the state constitution requiring photo ID to vote in person will be carried out. The amendment passed with more than 55 percent of the vote, giving Republicans confidence to move ahead despite years of controversy in the state over such a mandate.

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When it reaches the NC Supreme Court it'll be DOA (Dead On Arrival) Your loss NC GOP.

North Carolina GOP Takes Another Whack At Passing Voter ID Law

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Emboldened by a referendum voters approved this month, North Carolina’s soon-dwindling Republican majorities at the legislature will scramble to approve their preferred voter identification law before Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper can stop it.

The GOP-dominated General Assembly returns to work Tuesday to decide how a new amendment to the state constitution requiring photo ID to vote in person will be carried out. The amendment passed with more than 55 percent of the vote, giving Republicans confidence to move ahead despite years of controversy in the state over such a mandate.

https://talkingpointsmemo.com/news/nort ... aw-attempt


I haven't been watching that state's Supreme Court, I would assume it might be somewhat stacked. But I do have faith in the federal court system on that point.

Some court, and if it gets to it, the high court will whack it down as unconstitutional.


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Gillum, Abrams pledge to fight voter disenfranchisement in Florida and Georgia - TP

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Stacey Abrams and Andrew Gillum on Sunday shared what turned out to be very similar experiences with voter disenfranchisement in their quest to become the first African American governors of neighboring southern states.

The elections in Florida and Georgia were both seriously flawed, but in different ways, said Gillum, one day after conceding the governor’s race in Florida to Republican House member Ron DeSantis.

“In the state of Florida, the suppression tactics are enshrined in law,” Gillum told the A.M. Joy show in his first interview since conceding the election.

“The fact that you’ve got 67 counties and the rules between them are all very diverse and different between how elections are run.”

He appeared on the program, as did Abrams, to discuss the ways in which voter suppression and race continue to play a role in American elections, especially in states in the Deep South.

Gillum also said both states’ mismanaged elections produced the same result: suppressed votes.

After an election he lost by only 34,000 votes out of a total of 8.2 million votes, Gillum — the mayor of Tallahassee, Florida — pledged to work on transforming Florida’s election process into a 21st century system.

When asked by Reid whether she believes the election outcome in the governor’s race in Georgia was illegitimate, Abrams responded that she thinks it’s legal, but that it’s wrong.

“What happened is that we have watched systematic erosion of our democracy,” she said.

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You saw the former Obama amb who said if what happened in GA happened in a country he worked in they would be deemed no longer a country worth dealing with.

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Election Day at Standing Rock—Voter Suppression Backfired

ND - When on October 9th the US Supreme Court refused to hear a challenge to a 2103 North Dakota voter ID law disenfranchising thousands of voters living on reservations, I felt compelled to act. Regardless of party, all Americans should agree everyone has the right to vote.

In 2012 North Dakota elected Democratic US Senator Heidi Heitkamp by a mere 2,994-vote margin. Voters on Native American reservations helped her win. In 2013, the Republican-led North Dakota legislature sponsored a law requiring an ID with a residential street address to vote. Before that voters simply showed up and voted. Because most reservation residents only had PO Box numbers, the legislation had the laser-like effect of deterring them from voting.

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Senate narrowly votes to advance controversial judicial nominee Thomas Farr
https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/28/politics ... index.html

Washington (CNN)The Senate voted Wednesday by an extremely narrow margin to advance controversial judicial nominee Thomas Farr to be a district court judge in North Carolina, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking a 50-50 tie -- but his nomination could still be in jeopardy.

All 49 Senate Democrats voted against Farr's nomination, saying he supported measures that they say disenfranchise African-American voters. Democrats cite his role providing legal counsel to the North Carolina Republican Party on the state's congressional map, which was struck down this year as a partisan gerrymander.

Sen. Tim Scott, a South Carolina Republican and the Senate's sole black GOP member, voted to advance Farr, and told reporters Wednesday he hasn't made his final decision on the nomination.

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Sen. Jeff Flake was the only Republican to oppose Farr. The Arizona senator, who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee and is retiring at the end of his term in January, made his pledge not to back judicial nominees about two weeks ago, pushing for a floor vote on the bill to protect special counsels such as Robert Mueller.

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Democrats have pointed to Farr representing North Carolina in a challenge to the state's 2013 voting law, which included a controversial voter ID provision that a federal appeals court deemed was enacted "with racially discriminatory intent" and targeted black voters.

"Every American should be alarmed by the attempt to confirm a nominee with Farr's egregious record on voting rights, particularly with the Republican agenda to maintain power by limiting access to the ballot now on full display," Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a statement Monday.

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Senate narrowly votes to advance controversial judicial nominee Thomas Farr
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Washington (CNN)The Senate voted Wednesday by an extremely narrow margin to advance controversial judicial nominee Thomas Farr to be a district court judge in North Carolina, with Vice President Mike Pence breaking a 50-50 tie -- but his nomination could still be in jeopardy.

All 49 Senate Democrats voted against Farr's nomination, saying he supported measures that they say disenfranchise African-American voters. Democrats cite his role providing legal counsel to the North Carolina Republican Party on the state's congressional map, which was struck down this year as a partisan gerrymander.

Sen. Tim Scott, a South Carolina Republican and the Senate's sole black GOP member, voted to advance Farr, and told reporters Wednesday he hasn't made his final decision on the nomination.

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Sen. Jeff Flake was the only Republican to oppose Farr. The Arizona senator, who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee and is retiring at the end of his term in January, made his pledge not to back judicial nominees about two weeks ago, pushing for a floor vote on the bill to protect special counsels such as Robert Mueller.

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Democrats have pointed to Farr representing North Carolina in a challenge to the state's 2013 voting law, which included a controversial voter ID provision that a federal appeals court deemed was enacted "with racially discriminatory intent" and targeted black voters.

"Every American should be alarmed by the attempt to confirm a nominee with Farr's egregious record on voting rights, particularly with the Republican agenda to maintain power by limiting access to the ballot now on full display," Democratic Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said in a statement Monday.

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Pennsylvania commits to new voting machines, election audit

(Harrisburg) -- Gov. Tom Wolf's administration is settling a vote-counting lawsuit stemming from the 2016 presidential election, in part by affirming a commitment it's made previously to push Pennsylvania's counties to buy voting systems that leave a verifiable paper trail by 2020.

Paperwork filed Thursday in Philadelphia federal court caps a lawsuit Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein filed in 2016 as she sought recounts in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Michigan.

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I'd be lying if I said I was a fan of Tim Scott.

However, I can applaud those rare moments where people do the right thing.

Bravo, Sen. Scott. Bravo.

A Little Bit of Justice: GOP's Lone Black Senator Does the Right Thing, Opposes Controversial Trump Pick
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Without Scott's support, Farr will almost certainly not be confirmed.

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It's official: Minnesota 2018 voter turnout tops the nation

More than 2.6 million Minnesotans cast ballots in this month's election, short of the 2.9 million who voted two years ago, but still good enough to hit 64.25 percent of eligible voters and once again lead the nation.

State officials certified the election results Tuesday.

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Amidst social media controversy, NC Board of Elections chair resigns

RALEIGH The chairman of the North Carolina State Board of Elections has resigned, Gov. Roy Cooper’s spokesperson confirmed Saturday.

The Washington Post reported Saturday that Andy Penry had stepped down as leader of the nine-person board, saying “he did not want his partisan views to undermine a widening investigation into alleged election fraud in the 9th Congressional District race.”

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