Pennsylvania Republican officials said 75 election monitors from the party were turned away from polling places in heavily Democratic sections of Philadelphia Tuesday, but a judge has ordered them reinstated.“It certainly raises the question, what are Democrats doing in the polls that they are working so hard to shield folks from monitoring in this election?
” state Republican chairman Rob Gleason said in a statement.
About 209,000 Ohio voters cast provisional ballots in 2008; Brian Rothenberg of Progress Ohio said he expects to see 30,000 to 50,000 more this year because of the new absentee ballot program.
By state law, officials don’t have to count provisional ballots until this November 17.
When the reporter asked the black panther if he was there to provide security, the man replied, “No comment.”Other Black Panthers reportedly showed up at a second polling place in Philadelphia Tuesday morning.
WAVY in Virginia Beach, Virginia, reported similar problems with touchscreen voting machines.
Had their prior voter intimidation acts led to serious consequences, we would not be seeing this now.
This is voter intimidation arranged for by the Obama Administration with hardly enough plausible deniability to wrap a microdot in.
After that, if Obama and Romney are within 0.25 percent of the entire state’s vote a recount would be required.
As Twitchy reported, the New Black Panthers are in Philadelphia, thuggishly trying to intimidate voters.