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zbdent Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Oct-18-05 05:55 PM
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6. Wonder if there's some "approved" voter fraud going on there . . .
Suburbanites who are registered in multiple communities - just happen to be along their commute . . .

You know, vote in their real home district before heading off to work, vote in their "home district" (using their office address) all the while when the RW boss looks the other way, then stops off at their "home address" (using the fictional, phantom address) to vote . . .
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  -Texas DUers: Why don't the BIG cities in Texas overwhelm rural votes? BurgherHoldtheLies  Oct-18-05 05:43 PM   #0 
  - Ahem, do you remember Tom Delay's dividing up our districts?  efhmc   Oct-18-05 05:46 PM   #1 
  - ...that's part of the problem and the other part are the local  0007   Oct-18-05 05:51 PM   #4 
     - Honey, you are not telling me anything. I am a precinct chair who will  efhmc   Oct-18-05 05:55 PM   #7 
     - Pulled over in Odessa, TX  ozarkvet   Oct-18-05 05:57 PM   #9 
        - You got that right! But in reality Odessa is more to the left than  0007   Oct-18-05 06:33 PM   #10 
  - Because those in the urban areas don't vote?  djeseru   Oct-18-05 05:48 PM   #2 
  - Texas urban isn't the same as Northeast urban IMHO.  GrumpyGreg   Oct-18-05 05:49 PM   #3 
  - That's probably true but most analysis showed a real urban-rural divide  BurgherHoldtheLies   Oct-18-05 05:55 PM   #5 
  - Agreed  ozarkvet   Oct-18-05 05:55 PM   #8 
     - I really doubt El Paso went for Bush.  jaredh   Oct-18-05 10:19 PM   #20 
        - Sorry, unclear post  ozarkvet   Oct-20-05 09:07 AM   #22 
  - Wonder if there's some "approved" voter fraud going on there . . .  zbdent   Oct-18-05 05:55 PM   #6 
  - From 2004 exit poll for Texas  bornskeptic   Oct-18-05 06:36 PM   #11 
  - Very enlightening! Compare to PA:  BurgherHoldtheLies   Oct-18-05 06:47 PM   #14 
  - getting Texas into play  Sooner75   Oct-18-05 09:34 PM   #18 
  - I disagree that surrounding suburbs usually vote blue.  tanyev   Oct-18-05 06:39 PM   #12 
  - Depends on the state, apparently. I've learned a lot more about Tx  BurgherHoldtheLies   Oct-18-05 06:52 PM   #15 
  - I believe that there was massive election fraud  TexasLawyer   Oct-18-05 06:44 PM   #13 
  - Suburbs are often mixed in political make-up, often voting red, not blue  Selatius   Oct-18-05 06:53 PM   #16 
  - Texas does a poor job of "getting out the vote" in inner city areas  w8liftinglady   Oct-18-05 07:48 PM   #17 
  - Arlington is missing mass transit for a reason  Carmerian   Oct-18-05 10:33 PM   #21 
  - I'm not sure what it indicates, but I did more than glance at the results  janeaustin   Oct-18-05 10:13 PM   #19 
  - The real split is Urban/Suburban/Rural  NoPasaran   Oct-20-05 09:17 AM   #23 
 

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