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6.08.2012

Jack County Attorney Might Have Voted Himself Off The Ballot

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13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Liberals....Always trying to circumvent the system.

Anonymous said...

I think if whoever wins, drops out, they can be appointed in November.

Anonymous said...

Happened this year in Young County in the Commisioner race.

Anonymous said...

Let's hope all liberal weenies vote themselves out of office. Gotta love their stupidity.

Anonymous said...

Too bad it didnt happen to Danny White! Our roads suck!

Anonymous said...

Not fair, Obama voted in the Kenyan primary.

Anonymous said...

This is nothing compared to the Republican working at the polling location as the judge handing out a "Pre filled out ballot" to Republican voters on whom to vote for.

Now ask yourself were did that happen and you wont have to look far.

Anonymous said...

Nobody cares what he may have done.

Anonymous said...

The State of Texas cares & he can't even be a write in, only appointed after the election.

Anonymous said...

10:07 You are right nobody cares but the federal prospectors do and it's not "may but did".

Anonymous said...

10:01 = Grammar Gestapo

Anonymous said...

However, I don't think Mask is opposed on EITHER side of the ballot, so the law is kinda dumb in that situation. Oh well, Jack County can fairly easily solve that little miscue, and Mask can continue to be the County Attorney!

Anonymous said...

9:40 If a presiding judge was telling voters how to vote, a voter has the responsiblility to report to the Elections administrator or to the Republican County Chair!

Any candidate running for re-election should know not to vote in the opposing party primary!

When I voted in the Republican primary, the Democrat presiding judge said she voted in the Republican primary because there wasn't anyone to vote for in the Democratic primary!