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View Diary: Charlie Grapski jailed since Oct. 12 with no bond (227 comments)

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  •  This whole thing started because of (0+ / 0-)

    Questionable handling of ballots in Clovis Watson's election.

    So, sure, if you think the ballots will be handled properly the next time out, that may be a valid method for challenging Watson. If, however, there's a chance that the ballots may be handled in a questionable manner the next time out, then perhaps legal challenge (of the type originally brought, but which has warped into this bizarre situation) is the more appropriate path.

    You don't need to protect me from someone else's spelling, grammar, extra posts on a topic, or use of quotations.

    by mataliandy on Tue Nov 25, 2008 at 09:31:39 AM PST

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    •  It was a city council election. (1+ / 0-)
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      Clovis Watson is Alachua City Manager which is an unelected position. Even so, he's the figurehead in the local political machine. Grapski challenged the way ballots were handled in that city election (I forget who was running) with good reason. But it's been a long twisted path since then.

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