Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Voting in Indiana's 9th District - Perry 20

I worked the polls this morning as a poll watcher from 6am to 9am in Perry District 20.  There was a young Republican man there with his list of voters, checking off names.  He was mannerly and didn’t seem to be an obstruction to anyone.  I stood by the door just watched everything.  There were a few people who were not on the paper voter list, but were quickly confirmed by the county clerk.  There were a few that had come to the wrong district, but when they left they knew the correct place to go.  The election staff there was wonderful, very helpful and accommodating.  There were no harassers outside and no signs/people in the chute area. Other than the rain, there is nothing inhibiting the voters in my district.  Not even the young college republicans J

 

Stephanie

 

Stephanie Snider

GIS Specialist

UITS - Data Management Support

2711 East 10th St.

Bloomington, IN 47401

(812) 855-7191

 

3 Comments:

At 7:50 AM, Blogger Helper said...

This is more than that. Electronics machines were programmed to give away th votes to Bush (Marginally), so they can claim a slim victory, VICTORY is the key word here. It is the biggest stealing and fraud i have ever witness in the world. I feel we all are being cheated, ofcourse we deserve it because they are smarter than us and they have successfully cheated without letting a vapour out of the vessel.

 
At 3:09 PM, Blogger Andy Kohtz said...

"Electronics machines were programmed to give away th votes to Bush"Yeah, right, okay ... and the moon landings never happened too. Drop the ridiculous conspiracy theories.

Read my blog, Civil Banter.

 
At 5:59 PM, Blogger keliarrry said...

i voted yesterday morning in indiana, julia carsons district. last time out this district made the wall street journal for democrat voter fraud. i was pleasantly surprised by courteous, sfficient poll workers. they validated my right to vote and i was out of there in no time. liked the results, too. eric

 

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