SNAFU’s Reported on First Day of Early Voting in District 89 

This can’t be happening again! (Can it?) According to a report from The Freedonian blog, there’s confusion at the polls on the first day of early voting for the special election in state House district 89. Both major Democratic candidates reportedly were given wrong ballots or prevented from voting for themselves or both. We’re checking on it and will keep you informed. Meanwhile, there’s this.

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