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Discussion in 'Politics & Government' started by Cody Fousnaugh, Nov 8, 2018.
No, you can't.
In another interesting twist to the story about Gavin Newsom, it turns out that he is related to Nancy Pelosi. His aunt is married to Pelosi’s brother which makes her his aunt by marriage.
Well, the lady who REALLY wanted to be the first female black Governor has lost. She has really complained about the voting system and calls it totally "corrupt". OTOH, the black Florida Governor candidate, which would be the first black Governor of Florida is simply saying that his past caught up with him. He, as well as the lady in Georgia, say that racism definitely has something to do with them not be elected.
If the lady would have been elected, she would have gone into the history books, as well as the man who was running for Florida Governor.
Oddly enough, to me anyway, is that Gavin Newsom's first wife is Kimberly Guilfoyle. If it were a case of opposites attracting it didn't last long. Should have studied James Carville & Mary Matalin.
We still have a runoff election here in Georgia today, for Secretary of State. The Democrat running used to be our Congressman, but got gerrymandered out of his district after a previous census.
They used to purge you from the voter registration list here if you didn't vote in so many elections in a row. I think that's illegal now. There are 159 counties in Georgia. More than any other state east of the Mississippi. Each one interprets the laws a little differently. lol
That was part of the "motor-voter" bill in many states, @Nancy Hart. It does allow for more vote fraud and in many cases allows people to vote in several states...which I think was the objective. I was speaking of the "unable to purge" aspect of the voter registration.