Arizona GOP Senate Candidate Robocalls Democrats And Tells Them To Vote In The Wrong Place

What are they so scared of…?

Think Progress

According to a report by Phoenix, Arizona’s NBC affiliate, Rep. Jeff Flake’s (R-AZ) U.S. Senate campaign called Democratic voters telling them to vote in the wrong precinct — in some cases as much as 11 miles away from their actual polling place. After telling the Democratic voters to vote in the wrong place, the calls also encourage the voter to “vote Flake for U.S. Senate.” Watch the report:

It’s unclear whether these calls were made accidentally or as part of an intentional strategy to depress the Democratic vote.

 

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  1. Reblogged this on The ObamaCrat.Com™ and commented:
    They are so scared of losing. The TeaTardedRepubliCANT party has a platform that excludes 98% of America. Politicians are never successful when they exclude anyone. Thank you The Fifth Column for your continued hard work in support of OUR 44th President Of The United States.

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  2. Surprisingly, I did not receive any of these calls this year. However, I received them during the 2004 and the 2008 elections. In 2008, the message came from the McCain campaign. I have no doubt that the calls are intentional, but I do not understand how these people keep getting away with misleading, obstructing, and suppressing voters.

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