November 06, 2012

Giant Obama Mural Greets Voters in Philly
Update: Dems Defy Judge, Don't Cover Mural All The Way
Update: Obama Poster in FLA Polling Station
UPDATE: Republicans Being Told Already Voted


UPDATE Via Moshe: Ben Avram: A judge ordered Obama's mural to be covered up.

UPDATE II: How do Dems respond to the court order?


And yet they have the chutzpa to accuse Republicans of trying to steal this election! And by "stealing", of course, they mean trying to follow the law and make sure the person voting is actually the person registered.

Update III: Are we calling this a trend yet anyone? Obama poster photographed hanging in FLA polling station


UPDATE IV by Rusty: Reports are pouring in from Republicans who show up to the precinct only to be told that they've "already cast a ballot".

Also, I edited this post for continuity.

This one is from SH, but I share the sentiment: Oh and, F**k you greyrooster Delete Clicks R Me

UPDATE V by Rusty: Election judge illegally wears Obama hat.


But it gets better:

"Woman in front of me also given an extra ballot."

Remember, this is the guy who's supposed to be enforcing the law.

UPDATE VI: This is one precinct, three cases of voter fraud where voters turned up to vote only to be told they'd already cast a ballot, all within 3 1/2 hours of the polls opening.

And the Dems actually think voter suppression is the real problem??

New Black Panthers Return To Philly; GOP Inspectors Tossed
Update: Inspectors Reinstated

Creepy, reminds me of of this

One polling site in Philadelphia apparently had a mural of President Obama emblazoned on the wall directly behind the voting machines. The mural, at a local school being used as a polling site, contained the words "change!" and "hope," along with a quote from the president.

Republicans were drawing attention to the image Tuesday morning, with one Mitt Romney spokesman tweeting: "Voters in Philly's Ward 35 are being forced to cast their ballots next to this."

"It is an absolute disgrace," said Shannon Royer, deputy secretary for external affairs and elections in Pennsylvania. "Election materials and electioneering inside the polling place are prohibited by state law. This can be interpreted as trying to influence voters inside the polling place. I am told discussions are going on now about covering the mural."

Pennsylvania election law states "no person within a polling place may electioneer or solicit votes for any political party, political body, or candidate, nor may any unauthorized written or printed materials be posted within the polling place."[More...]

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