Wonder what you would find if you frisked the state of Massachusetts and its polling stations?
Answer: Like a typical liberal, Martha Coakley’s campaign appears to be bending the rules.
According to the Election Journal and Commonwealth law:
At an election of state or city officers, and of town officers in towns where official ballots are used, the presiding election officer at each polling place shall, before the opening of the polls, post at least three cards of instruction, three cards containing abstracts of the laws imposing penalties upon voters, and at least three specimen ballots within the polling place outside the guard rail, and have available at the check in area at state elections a number of copies of the information for voters material provided for in section fifty-four at least one for every one hundred voters; and no other poster, card, handbill, placard, picture or circular intended to influence the action of the voter shall be posted, exhibited, circulated or distributed in the polling place, in the building where the polling place is located, on the walls thereof, on the premises on which the building stands, or within one hundred and fifty feet of the building entrance door to such polling place.
Hmm… The election laws in Massachusetts seems pretty straight forward, don’t you think? Then why are citizens who are trying to perform their civic duty forced to see all these garbage campaign posters within 150 feet of their local polling station?:
Oh… There’s definitely more:
If you think the Democrats’ attempts at election corruption stop here, you’re wrong. Check out this video clip of Isabel Melendez handing out absentee ballots:
Jim Hoft from Gateway Pundit responded to the video clip with this:
A woman in Lawrence, MA, is carrying around blank absentee ballots in Spanish today. She explains to the bloggers who took the video how she’s telling people to mark Martha Coakley’s name. The woman handing out the ballots identifies herself as “Isabel Melendez” and says she has a talk show in which she promoted Coakley’s candidacy.
Michelle Malkin reported: The deadline to apply for absentee ballots for the January 19, 2010 special election for US Senate was on Friday.
Am I done? Haha, of course not! Everyone knows – especially in the uber liberal state of Massachusetts – that Democrats have multiple election day tricks up their sleeves. Check out this distasteful one:
Behind in the polls to Republican Senate candidate Scott brown, supporters of pro-abortion candidate Martha Coakley have evidentially reached into their bag of dirty tricks. A Washington, D.C. based company is making calls to Massachusetts residents pretending to represent a prominent pro-life group.
The calls, from 202-461-3441, a Washington number registered to a company called SOOH, claim to be from Massachusetts Citizens for Life.
The caller claims the pro-life group is opposing Scott brown because of his stance against the health care bill, but as MCFL president Anne Fox told LifeNews.com late Monday, the opposite is true.
“Pro-lifers are receiving phone calls from people claiming to be Massachusetts Citizens for Life. The callers say that MCFL is not supporting Scott Brown because of his position on health care,” she said. “The truth is that Massachusetts Citizens for Life is supporting Brown because of his position on health care.”
The same number is also making calls to other state residents with various messages all attacking Brown.
All of this Democratic corruption is just more fuel to the fire if Scott Brown is able to pull off a victory tonight in Massachusetts! So everyone in the Bay State should go out there and vote for Scott Brown.
Side-Note: Isn’t it ironic that Martha Coakley is the Massachusetts’s Attorney General, yet she and her campaign continue to violate her state’s own laws? Just thought I’d throw that one out there.
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