Virginia argues that they don’t need to send out military absentee ballots in time to vote
Last year, we covered some of the problems in the counting of military absentee ballots in Virginia, as did others. This problem has not gone away. It has just moved. The day before election day 2008, the McCain campaign filed a complaint in the Eastern District of Virginia to force Virginia to count military absentee ballots that came in after election day. McCain lost Virginia by more | Read More »
Rokey is all alone with the military ballots he won’t count
Today, the Fairfax Times reports that Rokey Suleman still is not counting those military ballots we have been telling you about: “It kills me to not count those votes,” Suleman said. “As much as I hate the law, I can’t ignore it.” Rokey must know something we don’t know. And something that the State Board of Elections doesn’t know, because they have told him the | Read More »
Why does Rokey Suleman think our soldiers don’t deserve to vote?
Rokey Suleman is a bad person. Earlier I introduced you to him as someone who is not counting military ballots in Fairfax County, Virginia, in spite of the recommendation of the Virginia Board of Elections. Now he is doing so in defiance of a the State’s Attorney General, who issued an advisory opinion: Virginia AG Opinion that absentee ballots must be counted – Upload a | Read More »