Re: Consolidation Voter Fraud
By Ken Bylund
November 15, 2006
Should Ketchikan Politicians be able to put Consolidation on
the ballot again and again and just ignore us when it gets denied
by voters? Suggesting that politician's designs and applications
for Ketchikan's absentee ballot by [63 cents mail - oops, got
caught - damage control] for/against Consolidation is meerly
stupidity is a clever application of "The Kansas City Shuffle
- look left, look right, look left and their gone!"
What folks need to question is how many chances will these poor
dumb bureaucrats give us to UNDO CONSOLIDATION if it were to
pass? THINK ZERO! So... stupidity has no part in the mix... but
underestimating their public might. The advantage is to the Politicians
who get more power, more of your money... and their Cronys.
Think maybe all those foreign workers and shop owners living
in the Carribean and around the globe got absentee ballots? We're
still smarting from the sting of Borough residents not being
allowed to vote against their cruise ship docks... but the absentee
merchants got to vote... anybody think this isn't FRAUD look
it up in Black's Law Dictionary... sure smells like FRAUD...
tastes like FRAUD... good thing we didn't step in it.
Think... NONE OF THE ABOVE ARE ACCEPTABLE!
About: " Borough resident since 2000"
Information for Ketchikan Voters
Consolidation Election of the City
of Ketchikan and the Ketchikan Gateway Borough
Election Day is Tuesday, November 21, 2006
This Election Will Be Conducted By Mail
There will be no polling place on election day.
TO VOTE: Ballots will be mailed
on Monday, October 20, 2006.
Ballots must be voted and postmarked on or before Election Day,
November 21, 2006.
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