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Ann Wheeler Can’t Decide What Party She Belongs To

By Greg L | 7 November 2011 | Prince William County | 3 Comments

This is just too funny.  Wheeler, a Democrat running in the Gainesville District is making robocalls to voters who participated in this summer’s primary election asking for their support and implying she is the Republican nominee.  GVTruthSquad has the scoop:

…the voice then says, “We want to thank you for voting in the Republican Primary election. Can we count on your support for Ann Wheeler?”

Desperate. Just utterly desperate.

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  1. Badger said on 7 Nov 2011 at 1:28 pm:
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    Sleazy stuff!

  2. Willie Sutton said on 7 Nov 2011 at 1:40 pm:
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    You gotta go where the money is!

  3. Not Dick Cheney said on 8 Nov 2011 at 10:14 am:
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    More sleazy than desperate. Designed to mislead.

    Similar thing just happened in local elections down in Charlotte. An incumbent Republican Charlotte City Councilman recorded robocalls on behalf of two Republican candidates to registered Democrats in which he referenced that he was on the Charlotte Host Committee for the Democratic National Convention next year but neglected to mention that he was a Republican officeholder. The script was clearly designed to mislead those receiving the calls.

    Regardless of party I believe there is only one proper way to deal with candidates who seem unable to persuade voters and feel it is okay to substitute lying and misleading voters in order to win. Vote for the other guy. Or at least don’t cast a vote for that office in that election (for those who find it impossible to vote for a candidate of the other party).

    The problem is that too many decry this stuff in the opposing team and ignore it when it is their own team acting unethically. It won’t stop until we punish it whenever it occurs. And we have a greater responsibility to call out our own because we have more influence with them.

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