CAMPAIGN WORKERS INTIMIDATE VOTERS IN BOCA RATON, FLORIDA

Posted: October 27, 2012 in 2012 Elections, Fraud, Romney Ryan 2012, Society, VOTE IN 2012

Obama Campaign Worker, Too Close to Polling Place.

Once again, it does not appear that the voting laws in Florida are meant for everyone especially if you are an Obama Biden campaign worker. Question: How far away from the polling place must candidates and campaign workers be on election day? Answer: One hundred (100) feet from the entrance of the polling place. This campaign worker did not get the memo on how far away he must be from the polling place. As a matter of fact, this Obama campaign worker was right there walking and talking and handing out brochures and information and going as far as to tell people who to vote for and what propositions to vote for on the 2012 ballot. It should be mentioned that all who were demonstrating this type of behavior were President Obama campaign workers, and also Maria Sachs campaign workers. One concerned elderly lady, who I will call a Patriot, went as far as to confront these individuals and tell them they were breaking the law and needed to move away from the people standing in line to vote. The lines were long to vote. Voters waited in some cases, as long as 4 hours to cast their ballots. There was some push and shove going on before someone called a policeman to intervene. Good for her, I thought, she was right to tell these campaign workers that they were to close. It just didn’t seem right for these campaign workers to be trying to influence voters and it wasn’t okay, as we have laws to protect people from being intimidated at their polling places. What was wrong was that they were actually telling people how to vote. Board of Elections workers were called eventually and asked the campaign workers to move away. I would also note that not one of these campaign workers was a Mitt Romney or Paul Ryan or other Republican campaign worker. They were all President Obama and Maria Sachs campaign workers.

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