MDDad wrote:I agree. Lying is pretty bad, but not knowing what your most important piece of legislation promises the American people is a pretty close second.
Omar Bongo wrote:Except when we're talking about the sacred Electoral College, of course
Credo ut intelligam wrote:Source of the postIf what the GOP is doing in Wisconsin is truly opposed by enough people, they have recourse to legislative and judicial remedies.
MDDad wrote:Source of the post Talk about sheep...on both sides of the road.
The North Carolina Board of Elections called for a new election in the state’s 9th Congressional District after examining evidence of absentee ballot fraud on behalf of GOP candidate Mark Harris.
The five-member board, which consists of three Democrats and two Republicans, unanimously voted for the new contest. In making the motion for a new election, board Chairman Robert Cordle said the election was “tainted” and pointed to “corruption” and “mess” with absentee ballots.
The vote came after Harris, who had a 905-vote lead in the November race, abruptly said he believed a new election was warranted.
“I believe new election should be called,” the candidate told the board earlier Thursday. “It’s become clear to me the public’s confidence in the 9th District seat general election has been undermined to an extent that a new election is warranted.”
The concession from Harris came after several days of testimony in which North Carolina officials laid out evidence that an operative working on his behalf had engaged in coordinated and substantial absentee ballot fraud.
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