"Get your facts first, and then you can distort them as much as you please." (Mark Twain)
Monday, June 13, 2005
Republicans, who made much of that and other 2004 election discrepancies in their unsuccessful court bid to unseat Democratic Gov. Christine Gregoire, found themselves with the same problem at their King County convention in Bellevue yesterday.
In the 9th District, 436 voting delegates were seated — but tellers counted 444 ballots, including one abstention, in the contest between Steve Hammond and Reagan Dunn to become the party's official choice for the King County Council in the fall elections.
How did they reconcile the difference? They didn't.
Maybe it's just that they're so addicted to election fraud that they'll even do it to themselves, just to stay in practice. Effin' weasels.