Legislator doubts accuracy of vote board

Legislator doubts accuracy of vote board

There are 3 comments on the The Santa Fe New Mexican story from Mar 4, 2009, titled Legislator doubts accuracy of vote board. In it, The Santa Fe New Mexican reports that:

Could this be the script of a political attack in the next election? Announcer's voice : "Voters in House District 24 sent Janice Arnold-Jones to the state Legislature to represent the citizens.

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robert verdi

Bayville, NY

#1 Mar 5, 2009
Info for Mr. Colon:
CDR and the Democrats

The withdrawal of Bill Richardson recently made the headlines. In his case CDR gave money to Si SE Puede, a PAC formed to help pay Richardson's expenses at the 2004 Democratic Convention. In exchange its argued that CDR received favorable treatment in regards to bids to do business for GRIP (Govenor Richardson's Investment program), bid rigging in short.

Another aspect of pay for play, and one more likely to land a politician in jail is CDR's tactic of finding friends, fundraisers and associates of elected Democrats, and hiring them as "Consultants". In New Mexico it was Richardson friend Mike Stratton who was hired by CDR. On a side note the Director of Si Se Puede Fred Duval was hired by UBS ,a Swiss bank, as a consultant. UBS was also one of several banks that ended up receiving a cut of the GRIP pie. The collusion of CDR, elected Democrat, and consultants that occurred in New Mexico is similar to other CDR linked scandals. In Philadelphia it was Ron White (now deceased) who received money and super bowl tickets from the company and was hired as a consultant. He was also an associate and fundraiser for Philly Mayor Sharpe. In Pennsylvania as a whole it was Alan Kessler who was the chief lobbyist for CDR and a top fundraiser for Ed Rendell. The most egregious example would be Mayor Larry Langford of Birmingham Alabama, who is accused in a 101 count indictment of using his friend William Blount and lobbyist Albert LaPierre to funnel money, jewelry, cloths, and watches into his hands in exchange for government favors while he was President of the Jefferson County Commission. Jefferson County, which includes Birmingham is on the precipice of the greatest municipal bankruptcy in history. There are also questions of CDR's actions in Atlanta and several of municipalities and CDR is currently being sued by over 20 school districts and cities in addition to the criminal investigations.


“Orwell said this would happen.”

Since: Sep 08

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#2 Mar 5, 2009
Joe Stalin allegedly said: "It's not the people who vote that count. It's the people who count the votes."
Concerned Citizen

Santa Fe, NM

#3 Mar 5, 2009
hey janice??

are you SURE that was the "vote" button you were pushing???

you know.. you *could* have been pushing on a little clothing button that popped off your shirt or jacket and landed on your desk..

it's so hard to tell the difference sometimes.. especially if you are reading a "women's day" magazine or taking a nap with your head on the desk instead of paying attention to the task at hand.

no wonder the nm legislature DOESN'T WANT CAMERAS showing their behavior.

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