Joy (cithra) wrote,

party affiliation at registration isn't such a hot idea?

Democratic voter registrations thrown in the trash. Scuse me, 'allegedly' thrown in the trash. Seems a private company called Voters Outreach of America that collected registrations at malls and on street corners only actually filed the Republican registrations. Even if they are funded by the Republican National Committee, is that legal? Ethical, well of course not, but I've stopped even hoping that ethics might influence the current political process.

They've left Nevada and are now registering people in Oregon, according to the article. Makes me happy that while they stole our blanket primary, they couldn't force us to register by party affiliation here in Washington. Makes it a little harder for the miscreants, maybe.

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