Dave Gee posts on a phony flier put out on in Virginia telling people that because of the high voter turn out that’s expected Republican and Democrat supporters are to vote on different days.
Due to the larger than expected voter turnout in this years [sic] electorial [sic] process, An [sic] emergency session of the General Assembly has adopted the following emergency regulations to ease the load on local electorial [sic] precincts and ensure a fair electorial [sic] process.
All Republican party supporters and independent voters supporting Republican candidates shall vote on November 4th as prescribed by law.
All Democratic party supporters and independent voters supporting Democratic candidates shall vote on November 5th as adopted by emergency regulation of the Virginia General Assembly.
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause but felt this was the only way to ensure fairness to the complete electorial [sic] process.
Dave suggests we could try that here:
I reckon voters gullible enough to consider voting for the Green Party could be persuaded that the day of Sunday 9th November has been specifically set aside to take their votes this election…? 😉
Good idea – and even better New Zealand First supporters could vote on Monday November 10th 🙂