Friday, May 12, 2006

Voter fraud is bad, mmmkay?

Seeing as she's unopposed, Republican secretary of state nominee Beth Chapman won't have many last-minute campaign obligations on June 6. That'll free her to make a symbolic statement against voter fraud by serving as a poll watcher in Hale County, a heavily Democratic county where absentee ballots often flow like wine. For the record, Chapman says she hates voter fraud in heavily Republican places just as much.

In a much less symbolic move, Chapman is putting her money where her mouth is, offering $10,000 from her own pocket to anyone who proves voter fraud during next month's primaries.

2 Comments:

Blogger King Cockfight said...

But the real question is, what does this have to do with Taylor Hicks?

12:12 PM  
Blogger Don said...

Beth Chapman seems to be doing what our Secretary of State and/or Attorney General should have already done.

Without honest elections we can’t expect honest government. I urge everyone concerned about that to visit the website of the Democracy Defense League that Chapman is working with @ http://www.thedemocracydefenseleague.com/ and join them in their effort to stop voter fraud. The DDL is a multi-ethnic and non-partisan grassroots group with over 1,500 members in over 40 counties (because voter fraud takes place throughout Alabama) and would like to continue growing and have members in every county.

12:45 PM  

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