Posts Tagged ‘ Board of Elections ’

Daily Rattle: NYC Edition

Daily Rattle: NYC Edition

Taking a break from the towering inferno that is our presidential election, it’s worth noting some disturbing, yet sadly predictable, developments in our own backyard. The ad you see above is now plastered over subway cars taken by straphangers traveling to and from their jobs, which they have obtained legally in most cases. Even...
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Precinct Results (New York Primary)

Precinct Results (New York Primary)

Update: An explanation of the delegate selection process, as well as CD vote totals.  Overview of the primary, by the New York Times. 
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The Documented

The Documented

Despite initial attempts to market his municipal ID program as a benign attempt to help New Yorkers from ostensibly marginalized communities, it’s hard for anyone-even those in the media whose job increasingly seems to be obfuscation rather than illumination-to credulously argue that these identification cards constitute anything other than a further deliberate erosion of...
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The Shrill Minority

The Shrill Minority

It seems that the popularity of New York City’s recently introduced municipal ID has exceeded the capacity of our notoriously competent government officials to meet burgeoning demand. Whether issuing tends of thousands of breeder documents to individuals who have a tenuous relationship with observing legal norms is a good idea remains to be seen....
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Una Fraude

Una Fraude

Although many on the left have a vested interest in denying it exists at all costs, the ineluctable truth of the matter is that voter fraud is a widespread phenomenon. Whether it is so rampant that it influences the outcome of major elections, as some maintain, or has unseated incumbent congressmen in past races,...
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Hook ‘Em Horns!

With D Day fast approaching, it’s good to be reminded of how skewed the choice is in this presidential election. BTW, who is this “we,” the scion of the Bush dynasty speaks of? Something tells me that George Prescott Bush did not have that much trouble scraping together the funds to attend Rice University or...
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Vote, citizens of New York. Vote!

This Tuesday, September 14, New York State will be holding primaries for party nominations for elected office.  If you are affiliated with a party, you can vote in that party’s primary.  Your September primary vote carries no obligation for the general November election. Find out where to vote, and then drag yourself to the...
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Voting Information

One of the best ways to spur change  is to elect thoughtful, pro-enforcement, anti-amnesty legislators. The first step in achieving that goal is registering to vote. The deadline for registration in New York is next month.  You can find out how to register here.
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