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PostPosted: December 5 18, 8:28 am 
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These are Republican primaries. So, in a given election whoever hired this Dowless guy had absentees in the bag, primary or general.



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PostPosted: December 6 18, 3:05 pm 
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North Carolina election allegations: Woman claims she collected absentee ballot for GOP House candidate
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Accusations of election voter fraud in the 9th district continue to grow after the North Carolina State Board of Elections decided not to certify the initial results between Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready. McCrae Dowless is at the center of the allegations. Two women said they were paid by Dowless to pick up absentee ballots and drop them at the Bladenboro campaign headquarters of Mark Harris. The women did not know it was illegal to pick them up.


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PostPosted: December 7 18, 12:04 pm 
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The man at the center of fraud probe in North Carolina may have been doing this for eight years


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PostPosted: December 9 18, 4:31 am 
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This is a job for Kris Kobach and his election fraud commission. Kris has a lot of time on his hands and could do his country a great service by looking into this attack on democracy.


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PostPosted: December 10 18, 3:03 pm 
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already old and not talked about




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PostPosted: December 10 18, 4:31 pm 
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pioneer98 wrote:
There was an article that talks about how union organizing is a really good force against racism. Even though, as we have seen, tons of individual members within a union can be racist. Hell, half of them are Trump voters. ....


This was in another thread: this is major mistake by the dems in the last decade, not tapping into unions nationally and across organizations. Raise awareness that this is/was a national issue, driven by GOP-ALEC that effects them all. Kind of like they are doing better at now with raising awareness of GOP voter suppression.

Get the coal miners, auto workers, police fire unions etc to support the service workers, and teachers and public sector workers in shared fight against union busting GOP ALEC.

Instead, the GOP has divided and conquered on this issue at state levels, where a lot of the legislation is meted out. They'd exempt police unions, of course. Having their union benefits systematically crushed or threatened at GOP statehouses was one thing a teacher in WI would have in common with a coal miner from WVA.

The family in WI saw this firsthand. The old auto workers didn't give a damn about the teachers. Obama, who won WI even when Paul Ryan was on the ticket - never spoke up nationally and made the connection with the groups involved. National dems snoozed thru it all.

Meanwhile, in MO, I was hopeful the rural support of defeating Right to Work last August, would maybe give Dems a chance in unifying rural urban divide to some degree. But stupid ass McCaskill and MO Dems had to pretend she was saving us from migrant caravans and our children being trafficked as sex slaves and what not.


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I guess the good news is that Orrin Hatch is soon going to be replaced by longtime Trump adversary and future lackey Mitt Romney.


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PostPosted: December 11 18, 6:35 pm 
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A long senate career ends as being an anti-democracy stooge for Trump.

And that reporter, oi. Sure.reporters are kneecapped when interviewing outright fascists in limited manner like this. Still, with Hatch's chirping about Trump doing a good job and we all being better off , should have been waved off by the reporter
& say something like -that is highly debatable and for another discussion. The question to today is do you believe Trump?
should have a King Trump above all laws etc etc?


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