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MissJustice
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November 3, 2014 9:20 am  

Most people don't bother to vote in this box. But this year the election board has to be held responsible for approving a tax evading. criminal for the ballot. And for trying to get the decent Judge Coffelt off. The same group who "lost" 3000 ballots last election.

A group of ladies are campaigning on election reform and security. Please give them your vote. Save this page as a reference til the election.
Harriet Mercer
Diane Magras
Iris Kern (write in)

Vote out the following scoundrels:
Claudette Georges - thought missing ballots were no big deal
Harry Daniel - leaves meetings purposely to prevent election business


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ms411
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November 3, 2014 10:01 am  

Claudette and Harry are not running.


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divinggirl
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November 3, 2014 10:24 am  

I decided to do a little more research this morning regarding a couple of people running for the BOE. I went to http://www.vivote.gov/content/sample-ballot. Clicked on the big button that says "Candidate Listings". To my surprise Diase Coffelt is not listed as running for governor but Chucky is listed as running for senate. Also, if you view the sample ballot Chucky is listed there. So much for the "Fair - Accessible - Transparent" BOE. It seems they have an agenda on who to present on their website.
The day before the election and the BOE is showing Chucky still running on their website. What if people believe that instead of what has been in the news. We need an entire new BOE.


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Alana33
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November 3, 2014 10:37 am  

Diane Magras has strong ties to chucky Hansen and won't get my vote. Iris Kern, George Blackhall and Harriet Mercer will.

Their BOE website showing Hansen still as a candidate and not showing Soroya is in direct defiance of the Supreme court's order. These people need to go to jail. Quick, somebody tell Bert Bryan.

I am going to email Senator O'Reilly about this.

I just checked the website and it does have Coffelt listed but it also still has Hansen on the sample ballot. It's insulting to say the least.


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STXBob
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November 3, 2014 11:01 am  

The STX sample ballot DOES show Diase Coffelt, and does NOT show Chucky.
http://www.vivote.gov/sites/default/files/2014%20%28STX%29%20GENERAL%20ELECTION%20%20STXSAMPLE%20rev.%20No%20Hansen.pdf

I think the ballot is what counts in the eyes of the law.


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Alana33
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November 3, 2014 11:33 am  

I looked at the website 20 minutes ago and it still had chucky listed in the #10 slot.

There's also a referendum on medical marijuana and increasing the term limit of our illustrious senators from 2 to 4 years! Let's hope that never happens. (The term limit increase.)


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divinggirl
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November 3, 2014 11:34 am  

Yes, the sample BALLOT shows Diase Coffelt but the LIST of candidates does not.


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divinggirl
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November 3, 2014 11:41 am  

Wow - I saved the link to the sample ballot I looked at earlier and it is no longer valid. I guess someone said something and it was fixed. It was bad form to have an illegal sample ballot still on the website the day before election.


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MissJustice
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November 4, 2014 1:44 am  

On STX Epiphane Joseph. Brilliant guy. Degree from Canadian University. A friend in the know says he was part of a recall of board of election members who put Chucky on the ballot while she was serving her sentence.
It appears to be a no budget campaign. But he sounds like he will get rid of the corruption that let Chucky go on the ballot in the first place.


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