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Obama Promoted in Polling Places Across the Country

JustWondering Wrote: Nov 06, 2012 5:37 PM
An Oregon election worker under criminal investigation for changing ballots to help Republican candidates was fired, according to The Raw Story. Clackamas County, Ore. spokesman Tim Heider said in a press release Monday that Deanna Swenson, was "relieved of duty immediately after the alleged ballot tampering was discovered." The website reports: Contacted by Willamette Week, Swenson tearfully insisted that it was "only the two" ballots that had been altered. The Oregon Department of Justice began an investigation last week after an elections official reportedly observed ballots being altered.

By law polling places are supposed to be free of electioneering, meaning the promotion of candidates cannot happen within 100 feet of where votes are being cast. Despite this fact, President Obama was promoted in polling places across the country today.

First in Philadelphia, a gigantic mural of President Obama was painted on the wall in addition to one of his quotes and his campaign logo. Voters couldn't avoid seeing it if they tried, it's right in front of the voting machines.


A judge ordered the...