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Want To Help On Election Day?

By Greg L | 1 November 2007 | PWCRC | 21 Comments

Got a few free hours on election day?  There are a number of open opportunities for volunteer poll workers to hand out sample ballots and campaign materials at the polls.  It’s a fun time, and it definitely makes a difference.  Last year I coordinated and helped out at Stonewall, Sinclair and Westgate precincts, and despite some difficult weather, everyone who lent a hand felt it was worthwhile investment of their time.
If you can help at your precinct, drop me a line and I’ll make sure you get an opportunity to help out.



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21 Comments

  1. FHL said on 1 Nov 2007 at 6:50 pm:
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    I applaud you on your effort to help at the polls. I certainly hope that you will not stand in the way of any Hispanic Amercian citizen who has a right to vote in this country. At other elections Hispanics have been harrassed and intimidated by polls workers outside the polling place. As someone who has served as an election official in the Commonwealth of Virginia and who has worked for many years as an officer of election, I strongly believe in every citizen’s right to vote without harrassment or intimidation. Please ask all your members to be respectful of anyone who is a registered voter and who has the legal right to vote no matter what their ethnicty.

  2. manassascityresident said on 1 Nov 2007 at 7:13 pm:
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    FHL - sure - if they’re all LEGAL - no problem!

  3. manassascityresident said on 1 Nov 2007 at 7:32 pm:
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    PS FHL -
    Why in the heck would you even make a comment like that? I find it very offensive! You are simply unbelievable!!!!!!!!!!!

  4. patryot said on 1 Nov 2007 at 8:10 pm:
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    I hope that you will address the Gill flier issue. if you do, I’m sure you will recall that when Mr. Gill was nominated by the Republicans, those in favor of his Republican opponent posted the exact statements on this website at that time. Trying to blame the Dems for the fliers is part of the business as usual Republican party. Disgusting.

  5. Michael said on 1 Nov 2007 at 8:14 pm:
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    FHL,

    You obviously don’t understand that your statement is itself an admission by referencing only one ethnic group, that you care only about that group’s welfare. That is a facist concept.

    The rest of us are concerned that regardless of your gender, race, religion or ethnic group, in a Democracy you should be encouraged to vote, as long as you are legally entitled to do so. If you are not legally entitled to do so you are not allowed to vote, regardless of your race, gender, religion, or ethnic group.

    What also concerns us is that “illegal” immigrants regardless of race, gender, religion or ethnic group have alreadt demonstrated to the community thaey are willing to break the law, are willing to corrupt the voting process, and willing to put poeple into power that only support their facist supremacy group’s special ethnic interests. They are willing to allow a criminal and corrupt ethics to vote regardless of whether they are legally entitiled to it, so they can put only their own ethnic special interest leaders into power, even if it means breaking the law.

    That deeply concerns the rest of us who know that this type of FACISM will destroy Democracy, just like it has corrupted the nations, and the legal systems these lawbreaking “illegal” immigrants come from.

    Your statement indicates you do not understand this. No individual legally entitled to vote who can prove they are “legal” will be harrassed in this nation. Those who attempt to vote “illegally” will be harassed and punished for their criminal behavior. No race, gender, religious or ethnic group has anything to fear from this community and Nation, if they have upheld and adibed by the law. The problem occures when groups slign aling ethnic supramacy group lines, vote along those lines and advocate it is OK to break the law to get what you want.

  6. manassascityresident said on 1 Nov 2007 at 8:37 pm:
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    Michael -
    Well said. You’d think FHL would be preaching to the individuals who showed up at the BOCS meeting on the 16th and showed nothing but disrespect and arrogance. Now, why isn’t she telling them to “behave” at the polls on election day?

  7. Patty said on 1 Nov 2007 at 11:18 pm:
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    FHL,

    I have to tell you this - your comment was racist. Maybe your time would be better spent reminding those who are here illegally, that they can NOT vote. It is a FELONY offense for them to do that and if they do they will be PROSECUTED. If Mexican Sin Fronteras tries to block the entrance to the polls or intimidate legal citizens, the police will be called!

  8. Line Breaker said on 2 Nov 2007 at 4:26 am:
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    Patty, you are 100% CORRECT! If ILLEGAL ALIENS think they can flout the LEGAL PROCESS, and want to risk being JAILED by ICE, I am more than happy to donate money for their Free Bus Pass Home, after their jail time.

  9. Krutis said on 2 Nov 2007 at 7:33 am:
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    Michael is consumed with FASCISM. Wikipedia on “fascist as an epithet”: The word has become a slur throughout the political spectrum following WWII. Some political ideologists tend to associate fascism with their enemies or define it as the opposite of their own view”.

  10. Rob Smalls said on 2 Nov 2007 at 8:11 am:
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    I agree that the Fascist tag has become far too comfortable in the lexicon of modern American politics. I believe it has been correctly applied a number of times, but most often it is found in the company of rhetoric and hyperbole. The leftists invoke it every other time they talk about Republicans, and the right invokes it (to perhaps a lesser degree) when critiquing some agendas the left pursues, such as speech codes. The word’s overuse has made partisan politics even more divisive.

  11. Krutis said on 2 Nov 2007 at 8:27 am:
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    Rob - You’re so right. I don’t think there’s much real fascism in this country. It might be applied to some extreme “religious” groups where the leader is allmighty, orders the members to do certain things, including committing suicide, and they obey without question. I guess I look at fascism as tyranny.

  12. John Light said on 2 Nov 2007 at 11:58 am:
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    Krutis - seems that “facism” and “racism” are two words that have a lot of power but are thrown about by people and politicians at every whim, thus cheapening the word until it no longer has the power and meaning it once had. Sort of like when the Left equates the Right to Nazi’s.

  13. patryot said on 2 Nov 2007 at 1:39 pm:
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    John Light: And the difference is………………….?

  14. Michael said on 2 Nov 2007 at 2:36 pm:
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    Well then let’s define facism. Wikipedia

    Fascism is an authoritarian political ideology (generally tied to a mass movement) that considers individual and other societal interests subordinate to the interests of the state. Fascists seek to forge a type of national unity, usually based on (but not limited to) ethnic, cultural, or racial attributes. Various scholars attribute different characteristics to fascism, but the following elements are usually seen as its integral parts: nationalism, statism, militarism, totalitarianism, anti-communism, corporatism, populism, collectivism, and opposition to economic and political liberalism.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

    Notice the individual (individuals rights) subordinate to the “state” and forging of a national unity based on ethnic, culture, or racial attributes. I extend the concept to gender or religious group facisim only because it is also prohibited in our constitution in terms of supremacy (no gender supremacy or discrimmination), and no religion or religious “doctrine” supremacy imposed on all others (no law shall be made as to benifit any religion or religious preference: not an exact quote but close enough).

    I have no fascination with it. I’m trying to get people to realize the end state when a nation starts to promote leaders, groups, and behaviors as “legal” or “acceptable” behaviors by those “groups” who advocate for special interests, special priviliges, special laws, and supremacy concepts just for their “group” based on race, gender, religion or ethnic group and in their use of language convey ethnic group hatred OR preference in their context and or philosophy.

    If you cannot recognize it for what it is you cannot fight it or stop it. That is not a fascination that is a wisdom to convey the danger to others.

    We all know what the consequences of a facist state or a facist society are.
    None of us I assume would want to live in a nation that allows that condition to persist.

  15. TDB said on 2 Nov 2007 at 4:10 pm:
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    Patty said on 1 Nov 2007 at 11:18 pm:
    FHL,

    I have to tell you this - your comment was racist. Maybe your time would be better spent reminding those who are here illegally, that they can NOT vote. It is a FELONY offense for them to do that and if they do they will be PROSECUTED. If Mexican Sin Fronteras tries to block the entrance to the polls or intimidate legal citizens, the police will be called!

    Patty-I pray they try to block the entrance!!! BTW, I’ll be voting at Weems Elementary School in the City of Manassas.

  16. FHL said on 2 Nov 2007 at 4:26 pm:
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    Sorry many of you thought my comment was racist. It was never intended to be racist. Guess I know where your heads are. I only said what I did because I have worked at the polls many years and in the last couple of elections I have seen Hispanic voters harassed and intimidated. I do not want to see anyone harassed and intimidated. I remember back in the 60’s how blacks were harassed and intimidated and I felt the same way then. I defend and have always defended anyone’s right to vote who is eligible to do so.

  17. Patty said on 2 Nov 2007 at 4:50 pm:
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    FHL,

    Did you go to the BOCS and see how Mexicans Sin Fronteras harassed every resident who supported the resolution? Did you see the Hispanic lady tell the Board of County Supervisors to kiss her a$$? Did you see the interpreter tell the Board that they will burn in hell? Who do you think is harassing who?

    Do you have eyes to see? Do you have ears to hear?

    If I see any hint of Mexicans Sin Fronteras around the voting polls that I’m working, I will call the police. You can bet your life on it.

    For your information only CITIZENS can vote. Anyone who is not a citizen and tries to vote WILL BE PROSECUTED. It is a FELONY. The police will be called.

  18. Michael said on 2 Nov 2007 at 5:14 pm:
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    FHL that is perfectly understandable, but like many who had to learn to speak in different concepts after the 60’s and 70’s civil rights process, we at this time need to learn a new way of addressing ethnic, racial, gender and religious groups in this age too.

    Our nation as a result of the civil rights process has (incorrectly and unconstitutionally) gotten into its head that is is OK to advocate as a special interest supremacy group for special priviliges and benefits using racial, gender, religious, or ethnic group advocacy language. and it is OK to only care about or mention just your ethnic groups rights, issues or priviliges.

    That language and attitude needs to change. At a racially, gender, religious, or ethnic neutral end state we should never refer ro people in America as White, Black, Red, Yellow, Asian, Hispanic, Russian, etc. or any other term that denotes anything other than “person” or American, if you don’t want to offend or privilige or discrimminate.

    An example would be a resume, that would contain no knowledge of your gender, your religion, your ethnic group, and no picture. You would get a job interview over the phone and be as neutral in your assessment as possible.

    Although its tough to be gender neutral in language, “person” is preferred. In religion its tougher to not assign labels, but “religious person” would be preferred. Nothing is absolute, but the sooner we start to view each other as the same and not different, the sooner we can remove hatred, and supremacy advocacy. The proof that this is still a HUGE and growing problem is in the proliferation of political groups and PAC committies getting federal funding to look out for the political interests of only their special interest supremacy groups and racial, gender, religious, ethnic group issues. Funding is going to gender special interest groups, racial and ethnic special interst groups and religious special interest groups at an alarming rate. Divisive langage is increasing at an alarming rate, and the entertainment media is politically, and socially targeting ONLY supremacy group audiences in its language and tone about other genders, races, religious groups and ethnic groups. About the only group everyone seems to agree (and should continue to agree) should NEVER be allowed to form a PAC or get federal funding, or special privilige is a WHITE supremacy group, yet supremacy groups of all nations and ethnic, racial, gender media groups, programs, PACS, exclusive businesses and organizations organized along racial, gender, religious and ethnic group charters are proliferating every year. It is time to hold ALL EQUALLY accountable under the LAW. All such group activities should be stopped and made illegal for the same reason such behavior was made illegal in the 60s and 70s. To do any less will lead us to fascism where all groups advocate just for their own kind and hate all others, while promoting group leaders of these organizations into national power positions to vote just for their group’s welfare, and pass “fascist state” oppression laws that impact all others to benefit onlt the ethnic, racial, gender, religious group in power. This is already a HUGE battle with congressional seats and how congressman and senators are voting. It is VERY transparent to the American public and we are getting FURIOUS over it.

    This is why you don’t see the error in being concerned only about Hispanic-American harrassment at the voting polls. Harrassment of ANYONE at the polls should be your primary concern. If you had said something like (and I hate to put it this way, but need to make the point) “I sure hope White-American or Black-American people are not harrassed at the polls”, people would have come out of the woodwork and jumped all over you (and piled on) more than the few that did here. Do you see how arrogant and racist that comment sounds?

  19. manassascityresident said on 2 Nov 2007 at 7:10 pm:
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    Michael said on 2 Nov 2007 at 5:14 pm:
    “This is why you don’t see the error in being concerned only about Hispanic-American harrassment at the voting polls. Harrassment of ANYONE at the polls should be your primary concern. If you had said something like (and I hate to put it this way, but need to make the point) “I sure hope White-American or Black-American people are not harrassed at the polls”, people would have come out of the woodwork and jumped all over you (and piled on) more than the few that did here. Do you see how arrogant and racist that comment sounds?”

    Michael - Perfectly stated, however, I don’t know that FHL will EVER “get it”…obviously, she is blind with bias…towards hispanics - and to hell with the rest of us….

  20. Gone Fishing said on 2 Nov 2007 at 8:32 pm:
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    At the risk of sounding ignorant, why, pray tell, do we need to
    concern ourselves about illegals being at the polls? They should
    not be there. Period. They are not permitted to vote, so if
    illegal aliens show up at polling places, isn’t that an indication
    that they are there for one purpose only? Harassment.

  21. citizenofmanassas said on 4 Nov 2007 at 6:18 pm:
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    FHL,

    If you witnessed intimidation, did you do anything about it? And, if so, what was the outcome of the investigations by the Commonwealth? If you did witness it and reported it, was it covered by the media? Can you provide those links?

    I have been asked for ID the last three or four times I have voted. Should I take that as a sign of possible intimidation? I believe there is not a State law that provides a votor must show ID in order to vote.

    So, if I have been asked it should be assumed that others have been asked as well. Should anyone who has been asked for ID assume they have been the victims of attempted intimidation?

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