Sunday, February 17, 2008

Anything to win

New York Post reported Barack Obama's primary-night results were strikingly under recorded in several congressional districts around the city - in some cases leaving him with zero votes when, in fact, he had pulled in hundreds, the Board of Elections said today
It looks like the Senator from New York will do whatever it takes to win. I wonder if the Senator from Illinois knows some of the tricks used in Chicago elections.
Unofficial primary results gave Obama no votes in nearly 80 districts, including Harlem's 94th and other historically black areas - but many of those initial tallies proved to be wildly off the mark, the Board of Elections confirmed.
If you are going to steal votes, you need to do it a little more believably
Truth is, in some districts getting a recount, the senator from Illinois is even close to defeating Hillary Clinton. Initial results in the 94th District, for example, showed a 141-0 sweep for the New York senator, but Board of Elections spokeswoman Valerie Vazquez said today that the ongoing recount had changed the tally to 261-136.

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