Michelle focuses on the Dems' pre-delegitimization of the elections.
Be afraid! Be very afraid of Diebold!
I heard Santorum alleging some problems with machines in Pennsylvania this morning. RedState calls it a meltdown, but I'd bet it's not as dire as all that.
Voting's been extended in Delaware County, Indiana due to technical problems with voting machines.
In New Jersey, the Kean campaign claims dirty tricksters chained and bolted his campaign HQ last night, locking one staffer inside. Ahhh, Jersey. I'm just glad it wasn't a chained and bolted freezer. Wocka, wocka, wocka!
But in Kentucky, they're really going to the mats, moving from old-fashioned voter suppression to voter strangulation. Must have been a Hatfield/McCoy thing.
Dem lawyers are already in their favoritest place in Tennessee-- court.
Dems are adding more observers in Ohio. I wonder if they're the chokey kind.
Glenn Reynolds on voter fraud-- "It's bad."
And, South Carolina does things right. Who woulda thunk it?
Mehlman: "Alleging fraud is in the Dem playbook."