As more polls show that Scott Brown is expected to win handily in today’s special election in Massachusetts, please remember the 2004 governor’s race in Washington, and the more recent Senate race in Minnesota. In each of those cases, the race was close, and Dems were allowed to stall until they “discovered” enough absentee, “recounted”, and “lost” ballots (not to mention votes from dead and non-existant voters) to ensure their candidate’s wins.
Folks, if this election is a landslide for Scott Brown, then no amount of “found” ballots and no number of recounts will change it. No boxes of uncounted ballots in car trunks. No extra absentee ballots. No dead voters. Nothing. If it’s a landslide, those won’t matter.
Please. Get out and vote today. The weather’s not at its best, but don’t let that stop you.
Scott Brown ran an honest, clean, and professional campaign. He’s a good man, and will be a good Senator for us in Washington. He’s well ahead in the polls and he should win this election. Don’t let it be just another election stolen by Democrats. Get out and vote. Take your friends with you.
As Tea Party pal and blogstress extraordinaire Sissy Willis says, “If it’s not close, they can’t cheat.”