Skip to comments.Pro-Doug Jones Super PAC Using Voter Intimidation Tactics — Ad Claims ‘Your Vote Is Public Record’
Posted on 12/07/2017 2:21:47 PM PST by Eleutheria5
Embedded video, taken off of You Tube
Highway 31, a Birmingham-based pro-Doug Jones super PAC is using what could be perceived as voter intimidation tactics against Roy Moore by suggesting the votes cast in a December 12 special election are public record.
Beginning last week, some Alabamians were posting on social media about encountering online pre-roll video advertising making such a claim.
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Right there this should disqualify this hoser.
My vote is public record?
I don’t even write my name on the thing a muh jiggy...
You go Doug! Using gestapo techniques and alienating black voters should give your campaign a real shot in the arm! (well, actually, more like a shot in the foot).
And they say the GOP is the party of voter suppression!
Doug looks like an obese Bozo the Clown
Stalinists lie. Always
[Doug looks like an obese Bozo the Clown]
I know Eric the Clown. He stomps out fires with his big clown foot.
YouRube spreads fakenews
When one runs for office, one is then given access to voter lists. You can see the names of all those registered in your party & your district, and you can also see “the Years” (ELECTIONS) in which they had actively voted (General, Primary). Also, the lists gives you the voters’ home addresses and DOBs. Anyone can run for a Party & office in Primary races. I assume that a Rat would run in a GOP Primary, then have access to the opposing party’s voter lists for that district. That is how California worked, last time I ran for office out there (a few years back). While you can’t see what their specific vote was in any given race — you can definitely see “a lot” of personal/political stuff, on those lists....
“they” are full of sh!t. Democrats invented the game.
I know. I canvassed once. But at least the votes, they can’t know. Theoretically, having voter rolls helps prevent voter fraud, but where there’s a will there’s a way. You could also dress in a scary outfit and chase away voters you don’t like when they go through remote spots like alleyways, or country roads. That’s how the Klan used to do it. Wouldn’t put it past Antifa d!ckheads to do the same. But this time they got caught.
Jones is a piece of work.
Isn’t this voter suppression? What’s next? An ad featuring the allegations made by the alleged Project Veritas operative?
Taken off You Tube for Doug Jones’s protection.
Jeff Sessions ought to have a file started already, win or lose. Talk about trying to subvert an election!
Seems like that sort of threat should be illegal.....
The only people stupid enough to believe this are democrats. This would not affect one Republican voter. I think it may be meant to intimidate dems who want to vote for Moore.
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