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Atlatl Donating Member (40 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-04-10 05:11 PM
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11. An honest question for you?
The governor, State Senate, State House, Secretary of State, and all 95 county election commissions were controlled by Democrats when these machines were bought and installed. If you seriously believe that they set themselves up to have elections stolen from them...why?

Republicans didn't take control of elections until after they won control in '08. The State has been trending Republican for a long time. I to am surprised that Lincoln Davis lost, shocked even, but I've seen nothing to indicate that anything fishy was going on. Lincoln's ad backfired on him, especially after the Knoxville News-Sentinel ran the rest of the story. His ad wasn't as bad as Grayson's down in Florida but it was bad enough.

As a side note, I'm an election commissioner...
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