I'm Calling The Sheriff and 911 If I Am Not Allowed To Witness The Vote CountSubmitted by zooamerica on Thu, 03/01/2012 - 22:00
Don't Just Vote For Paul And Leave, STAY And WATCH
After I cast my vote for Ron Paul, I'm sticking around and I'm going to ask a lot of questions. With camera in hand, I will ask:
Who's in charge of counting the vote at the end of the evening?
Can I watch the vote count? If not, why not?
Can I record the vote count? If not, why not?
If I am denied the right to witness the counting of the votes, the County Sheriff will be standing by with the local town police who know me well. The cops know what's up. The detectives know what's up. They all know...I love my local PD. Most of them are veterans too.
Ron Paul has the law on his side, and law enforcement too...at least in my home town.
Want to prevent vote fraud? If you can't watch the vote count, call the sheriff and the police because a CRIME is taking place.
It's up to US to be the watchers...not Ron Paul and his campaign. Vote for Ron Paul, and then stick around to watch the actual vote count. If the people in charge do not allow you to witness the counting of the ballots, dial 911 and report it.