Friday, October 27, 2006

Sekula-Gibbs Accused Of Campaigning In Polling Place

I would have called the police on her, but of course she choose a Republican precinct.
Democratic poll watcher Jane Borden Matcha watched Thursday as Sekula-Gibbs wandered through the early-voting location at First Colony Conference Center and introduced herself to voters.

"She committed a crime yesterday by campaigning within a polling location," Dunn said. "It's a play out of the (former House Majority Leader) Tom DeLay playbook of winning at any cost."

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