Wed Oct 24, 2012, 03:46 PM
nadinbrzezinski (137,182 posts)
PSA if you run into trouble while voting on election day
It will redirect you to a local center with volunteers, or call your registrar of voters... or both.
5 replies, 673 views
PSA if you run into trouble while voting on election day (Original post)
Response to nadinbrzezinski (Reply #2)
Wed Oct 24, 2012, 04:16 PM
leveymg (31,389 posts)
4. A Dem poll watcher will be on-site, and will call in and get help if help is indeed needed.
In many precincts, OFA and the local Democrats will also have a lawyer or trained legal observer at the polling station or close by.
This will be the fifth election cycle that I will be doing this for the Democratic Party. I even help people who aren't Democrats to vote - it's a civic duty. Many of the others who do this feel the same way.
Response to nadinbrzezinski (Original post)
Wed Oct 24, 2012, 04:08 PM
NightWatcher (26,688 posts)
3. our DEM poll watchers have a direct line to local attorneys provided by the Party for shenanigns
and they will be local on early voting days and election day.
I'm a poll watcher and we just had training this weekend. I'll be curious to see how fast they can get to each poll if something should arise.
The Dems will be sending a ton of lawyers here to Florida just in case they try to steal it again.