I had a feeling this was coming...
Paul feels that he's so entitled to the job that he'll risk the 'sore loser' label to hang onto it.
Paul wants the BOE to reconsider 73 provisional ballots they already invalidated for what Paul claims are "poll worker error."
See for yourself what Paul calls "poll worker error:"
It's the poll workers fault that 32 people didn't vote in the right place?
It's the poll workers fault that 2 people didn't bring valid ID's to the poll?
It's the poll workers fault that a voter showed up after the polls closed?
Sorry, but if you can't follow simple directions, you shouldn't be allowed to vote. (Oh, wait. That's already reality. We have rules and if the rules are not followed, your ballot is invalid.
Get over it.
While waiting in line to vote on November 2nd, I witnessed a gentlemen receiving help from another person on how to vote. The helper was clearly pointing out which candidate the voter should cast his vote. I heard him whisper several times, "This is the Democrat....and this one is the Democrat...yeah, this is the guy you want..."
I frowned at the poll worker to see if anybody else found it odd. Not wanting to create a scene, I didn't ask if it was proper/legal for somebody to be assisting in this way. I would imagine that helping a blind person with a ballot would be okay, but actually telling them how to vote would not be okay. This person was clearly being told how to vote.
Does anybody out there know if this is legal?